Chris Bouffard reflects on market activity so far this year and discusses what
to expect in the remaining months of the year.
Radio Show Highlights
Statement Review Strategies
Minding the Markets
Managing Medicare Open Enrollment Period
In this week’s show, Chris Bouffard, chief investment officer of the Research Center at Financial Engines, reflects on market activity so far
this year and discusses what we could expect in the remaining months of the year, particularly when it comes to interest rates.
Also in this week’s show:
Oct. 15 marks the first day of Medicare open enrollment period, so Bob and Andy discuss key considerations to be
mindful of when making changes to your policy.
Denny Smith provides an update on the general status of pensions and talks about what to do if your pension is cut.
Bob and Andy discuss three items to review closely on your IRA and 401(k) statements.
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