Outdated Boomer Investing Advice You Should Stop Following
Did you listen to last week’s TFC episode on outdated boomer financial advice (https://spoti.fi/3yQN8V5)? This week, we will expand the discussion by dissecting some of the investing advice from our elders that may not work in today’s context. Instead of writing them off, we will attempt to understand how our elders came up with these advice. For example, why are they so afraid of the stock market? Listen to this episode to find out why.
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