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Making Cents Episode 14

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Making Cents Episode 14

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Making Cents Episode 14
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12942/6880842?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Wed, 19 Apr 2017 22:23:46 +0000 Making Cents Episode 14 Making Cents Episode 14 http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12942/6880842?cpt=8&wpid=2637 KSAN scott fanatico / financial advisor325-942-9932welcome thank you and congratulations! welcome back to you. a big change in your life.i'm sure your received some wonderful gifts. did anyone gift you a $1,000,000?no if they did what would you have done? retire to the beaches!that's interesting. i bet many would say the same thing. but let's stop and think about that. you quite young, do you plan on living say another 50 years? yes. if that's the case then your $1,000,000 only provides you $20,000/year. if that going to suffice? no! what should i do? talk with a independent financial advisor if you chose me i'd want to walk you through a retirement planning process. a key part of that would be a discussion around how to line up the $1,000,000 so that life could be a bit easier and more comfortable -at least financially speaking. that would include ideally zero debt, college funding for your little guy and as clear of picture of when you might retire and what that would look.the conversation would eventually lead to investing. whether it's our hypothetical $1,000,000 or someone one with $100,000 in their 401k there is an investment process that we follow. for some clients they don't want any of the details and for others (engineer types) that want to know how the watch is being built versus others that just want to know the time. which would you prefer the time or how it is built? tell me the timelike life, investing it is always about expectations. if i were to say to you, that you could open your investment account statement and see your $1,000,000 change in value to say $900,000. what would you think? i would not like it. that's understandable, more importantly would your emotions lead you to an action that could affect the plan. like scott sell my investments! if that was the case i've not done my best work as an advisor and helping you set your expectations and what the retirement planning journey could look like. according to investment firm deutsche bank, the stock market, on average, has a correction every 357 days, or about once a year.based on research conducted at marketwatch on the dow jones industrial average between 1945 and 2013, the average correction lasted a mere 71.6 trading days, or about 14 calendar weeks. the average drop worked

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