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RH 027 Stock Market Declines and Hop Rising

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Show Notes Retirement Segment 2018 was the worst December since the Great Depression. The DOW was down -5.6% and the S&P 500 -6.2%. For reference the DOW lost -34% and S&P 500 -37% during the 2008 financial meltdown. Additional factors that increase investor anxiety Most market volatility since 2008 Recency bias – the tendency to […]

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RH 026 Money Letters and White Christmas

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Show Notes Retirement Segment Jackie is the author of Money Letters 2 My Daughter, working professional and a parent. She is a financial literacy advocate. She makes presentations and holds workshops for all ages. Financial literacy means learning about money and how it affects it your life. Jackie was raised by a single father so […]

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RH 025 Retirement & Its Discontents and Molson Canadian

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Show Notes Retirement Segment Michelle Pannor Silver is Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto She became interested in retirement during the time that she helped her father retire due to his dementia, i.e. she closed his office. She began to consider retirement in terms of age, mandated and what does retirement mean. She is […]

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RH 024 Retired Now What and Hop Water

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Show Notes Retirement Segment I wanted to interview John after I came across him on Twitter. I was intrigued by all the things that he was doing: website (Retired Now What), blog, YouTube and podcasting. Maybe that’s not so amazing except that John is in his 80s which does make him different in my opinion. […]

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RH 023 The Frugal Convert and Oktoberfest

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Show Notes Retirement Segment Gina is a Blogger who wants to help people save by employing a frugal lifestyle Gina got into debt when she entered college – credit card and student She got interested in budgeting and saving when she found a house with an awesome kitchen. She cut back from $250 of work […]