May 8, 2020
Things continue to fluctuate week to week so we’ll get a market update from Joel before we gain wisdom from Benjamin Franklin. Find out how some of his famous quotes can be applied to financial planning.
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0:32 – Joel’s current working location update.
1:11 – What’s the current status and timeline for Johnson Brunetti and the northeast.
3:12 – In terms of the market and investing, what kind of conversations are you having right now.
5:18 – Mailbag Question: I have two old 401k that I’ve needed to rollover for a while now but I never got around to it. I’m ready now but is it still a good time to do that with the market down so much.
6:24 – You have three choices with your investments.
7:19 – You’re locking in your losses just by rolling it over.
8:41 - Time to talk about Ben Franklin quotes that relate to financial planning.
9:19 - “He that is of the opinion that money will do everything may well be suspected of doing everything for money.”
14:45 - “Those who are easily offended should be offended more often.”
15:22 - “By diligence and patience, the mouse ate into the cable.”
17:15 - “By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.”
17:54 - Mailbag Question: My family has had a stroke of good luck recently, a surprise inheritance from my aunt, and the coronavirus stimulus checks as a bonus. What should be my priority with this money?
19:41 - The advice for this question could be different for every person.
21:56 - Mailbag Question: Is it a good idea or a bad idea to have my investments, taxes, and legal documents for my estate handled by the same firm?