Nov 13, 2020
Is it luck or analytics that drives your financial decisions? Or is it a little of both? Let’s take a look at some planning topics and determine whether we’re playing chess (analytical), roulette (complete luck), or poker (both) with our money.
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What we discuss on this show:
1:54 – The difference between these three games.
2:54 – Timing the Market
4:03 – Deciding how much to convert from an IRA to a Roth IRA
6:35 – Picking a retirement date
7:11 – Choosing the right pension option
9:56 – Picking stocks
11:39 – Determining when to start your Social Security
15:21 – Mailbag Question: What’s a good way to invest money that we’ll likely use to buy a rental property in about three years?
17:24 – Mailbag Question: I’m trying to set an account so that I can rollover an old 401k. What’s the difference between these different companies I see commercials for? Who has the best investment options?
19:38 – Mailbag Question: Our house is a money-pit and we’re tired of repairing. We’re so fed up we want to sell and rent a place until we find something. Would it be silly to become renters again in our 60s?