No Such Thing As Stupid Questions

Doug is fond of pointing out that while there may be no such thing as a stupid question, there’s definitely an opportunity to learn from intelligent ones. Sometimes those questions come from his clients, often, they come from financial planners and advisors who are looking for answers for their clients. With more than 4 decades of experience to draw from, Doug has answers to their questions. On today’s broadcast, he’ll share some of that high quality Q & A with you.

Here’s a preview of some of the intelligent questions Doug answers in this episode:

  • Why would you need a 50% gain in order to make up for a 33% loss? The answer to this question is something that many Americans learned the hard way just a few years ago.
  • What exactly is indexing and how does it protect your long-term savings from ongoing market volatility?
  • Do you know what the three key elements of a prudent investment are? Once you understand them, you’ll know a peace of mind that other investors have yet to find.
  • How can you lock in the gain in any year that you make money while at the same time not losing money in those years that the market goes down?
  • What’s the big deal between accumulating money tax-free and saving it in a tax-deferred vehicle like a 401(k) or IRA? Knowing the answer will make all the difference when you reach retirement.
  • What happens to those who optimize their assets, minimize taxes and empower their true wealth? If you have dreams of financial independence, you’ll want to hear this.
  • And much, much more…

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