You probably did a double-take reading that podcast title. Let us explain. There's a specific type of brain damage that eliminates someone's ability to feel fear. Surprisingly, this disability has some interesting effects when it comes to that person's investing behaviors. Dan will dive into the details of what we're talking about.
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Warren Buffett is a big fan of index funds and in this episode, Dan explains why exactly that is. He defines what index funds are, the different types of them and how they compare to actively managed or selective funds. Dan also talks about beating the market and why this concept is not as effective as people think it is.
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No, Dan isn’t talking about James Bond this week – he’s talking all about financial bonds. He explains everything from the types of bonds there are to why bonds are providing a negative return rate this year (and why that’s not unusual). He also touches on the beauty of minimalism and how too many things cause stress and weigh you down.
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There are plenty of mistakes that you could make in retirement. Dan will help you avoid tragedies that might otherwise strike your portfolio.
Listen in to hear the top five money missteps he sees people make in retirement all the time. It might just save you a lot of headache—and cash—down the line.
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