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Ask Paula: Could the Stock Market Be Too Much of a Gamble? Afford Anything

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#283: Andrea’s parents have a seemingly salesly financial advisor. He tried to get them to purchase a second life insurance policy, among other potentially pushy moves. Are her parents better off without his advice?
Teresa can’t shake the feeling that the stock market is more of a gamble than an investment. Is there any advantage to holding funds for the long-run if the market drops and you lose your gains?
June is curious about the best college planning strategies for families who are working toward, or close to, financial independence. How can you help your children while securing your financial future?
Big Sister’s little sister rents a mobile home in an area she loves. The owner wants to sell, but her little sister might not obtain financing. Should Big Sister buy the property and sell it to her via seller financing?
Managing for Mom in Massachusetts has an investment strategy that he wants to run by us. Does it make sense to shift a 50/50 stocks and bonds portfolio to 100 percent stocks, and shift back to a 50/50 split after the market returns to pre-pandemic numbers?
My friend and former financial planner Joe Saul-Sehy joins me to answer these questions. Enjoy!
For more information, visit the show notes at https://affordanything.com/283

#283: Andrea’s parents have a seemingly salesly financial advisor. He tried to get them to purchase a second life insurance policy, among other potentially pushy moves. Are her parents better off without his advice?
Teresa can’t shake the feeling that the stock market is more of a gamble than an investment. Is there any advantage to holding funds for the long-run if the market drops and you lose your gains?
June is curious about the best college planning strategies for families who are working toward, or close to, financial independence. How can you help your children while securing your financial future?
Big Sister’s little sister rents a mobile home in an area she loves. The owner wants to sell, but her little sister might not obtain financing. Should Big Sister buy the property and sell it to her via seller financing?
Managing for Mom in Massachusetts has an investment strategy that he wants to run by us. Does it make sense to shift a 50/50 stocks and bonds portfolio to 100 percent stocks, and shift back to a 50/50 split after the market returns to pre-pandemic numbers?
My friend and former financial planner Joe Saul-Sehy joins me to answer these questions. Enjoy!
For more information, visit the show notes at https://affordanything.com/283

1 tim. 11 min

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