No Pain, No Gain: Happy 8th Anniversary to the Bull Market
Air Date: Mar 11, 2017
To commemorate the second-longest bull market in history, Bob and Andy re-live some of the painful investing moments along the way. Also, expert John Diehl shares MIT AgeLab research on how technology will add life to our retirement years.
Radio Show Highlights
No Pain, No Gain – A look back at a few fateful days over the past 8 years of the current bull market.
Does recency bias affect your March Madness bracket? How about your investing plan?
Technology adds life to a longer life – Special guest John Diehl explores how technology will impact our retirement years.
Ask Andy: Are all-time market highs this common? Can the current bull market continue? Will I lose money if I invest right now?
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