Should Politicians Be Able to Trade Stocks?
The Investor Coaching Show with Paul Winkler
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2h ago
The market immediately rebounded just minutes after the Fed Chairman met with members of the Financial Financial Services Committee this month. This obviously raised some eyebrows and raised the question of whether politicians use insider information to serve their own interests instead of the interests of the voters. Today, Paul, Evan, and Ira address this topic with two important insights: market timing is dangerous for everyone and there is a proven method for investing that is not gambling or speculating on companies. Later in the episode, the advisors talk about new and used car markets a ..read more
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Staying Flexible When Taxes and Inflation Creep In On Your Financial Goals
The Investor Coaching Show with Paul Winkler
by The Investor Coaching Show
2h ago
Paul, Ira, and Evan reconnect after Ira’s trip to Florida to sell a vacation home that started to feel more like a burden than a joy. The advisors talk about why it’s important to keep a positive attitude and stay flexible when taxes, markets, and inflation alter your financial plans, especially in retirement. They then pivot into a conversation about how the economy is doing and why shrinkflation is usually a compromise companies make to work with both their consumers and their shareholders. Later in the episode, the advisors talk about the connection between national sports betting and an in ..read more
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One Reason Heavy Media Consumption Is So Dangerous
The Investor Coaching Show with Paul Winkler
by The Investor Coaching Show
4d ago
Is it possible that being at a bombing could be less traumatic than hearing about it in the news? Paul shares a study from the Boston Marathon Bombing and how being present at that tragedy allowed people to help, to flee, and to ultimately identify as a survivor, but hearing about it in the news gave people a stress response that was difficult to resolve. Today, Paul, Ira, and Evan process some recent tragedies together and share why hearing alarming news through media outlets can be dangerous and bad for your mental health. Unfortunately, the financial news media is no exception. Later in the ..read more
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Talking About Anxiety with Two Mental Health Professionals (Part 2)
The Investor Coaching Show with Paul Winkler
by The Investor Coaching Show
4d ago
Part of being able to relax about money is knowing what makes you anxious and how to manage your anxiety. Many people struggle with anxiety and turn towards their finances to try to find control. Paul brings Lauren Combs, a Licensed Professional Counselor, Mental Health Service Provider (LPC, MHSP), and Lindsey Casabella, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), onto the show to talk about how anxiety affects your quality of life, your purpose, and your relationship with money. Listen along as they cover spotting the symptoms of anxiety, when to ask for help, the stigmas around medication for ..read more
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Talking About Anxiety with Two Mental Health Professionals (Part 1)
The Investor Coaching Show with Paul Winkler
by The Investor Coaching Show
6d ago
Part of being able to relax about money is knowing what makes you anxious and how to manage your anxiety. Many people struggle with anxiety and turn towards their finances to try to find control. Paul brings Lauren Combs, a Licensed Professional Counselor, Mental Health Service Provider (LPC, MHSP), and Lindsey Casabella, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), onto the show to talk about how anxiety affects your quality of life, your purpose, and your relationship with money. Listen along they cover spotting the symptoms of anxiety, when to ask for help, the stigmas around medication for me ..read more
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Interview with College Financial Aid Counselor, Jacob Lagesse (Part 2)
The Investor Coaching Show with Paul Winkler
by The Investor Coaching Show
1w ago
Interview with College Financial Aid Counselor, Jacob Lagesse (Part 2)   Paying for college is often the biggest financial decision that a family has to make with their children and it requires some planning. In a two part interview, Paul invites Jacob Lagesse, the New Student Financial Aid Counselor at Trevecca, to talk about how to navigate paying for college. In Part 2, Paul and Jacob cover which of your assets to include on the FAFSA, which to exclude, and how they calculate those assets to provide aid. They conclude by covering the questions you want to ask when you sit down with a u ..read more
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Interview with College Financial Aid Counselor, Jacob Lagesse (Part 1)
The Investor Coaching Show with Paul Winkler
by The Investor Coaching Show
1w ago
Paying for college is often the biggest financial decision that a family has to make with their children and it requires some planning. In a two part interview, Paul invites Jacob Lagesse, the New Student Financial Aid Counselor at Trevecca, to talk about how to navigate paying for college. In Part 1, Paul and Jacob cover both federal and state aid and the FAFSA and merit based scholarships offered by the universities. Concerned about the market in an election year? Register for our new webinar: Politics and Portfolios: How to Invest During Election Season ..read more
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Do You Remember Y2K?
The Investor Coaching Show with Paul Winkler
by The Investor Coaching Show
1w ago
Do you remember all of the hysteria around Y2K? People were stuffing cash in their mattresses and were convinced that banks would fail and planes would fall out of the sky. Today, Paul brings in a MarketWatch article called, “Stock market resembles the Y2K surge — and that didn’t end well” and talks with Ira about the similarities and differences between the market then and the market now. Later in the episode, the advisors get into a discussion about why it feels safe for investors and fund managers to invest in the largest companies then explains why this is such a risky practice. Concerned ..read more
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A Hedge Fund Manager Claims Passive Investing Broke the Market
The Investor Coaching Show with Paul Winkler
by The Investor Coaching Show
1w ago
When you see an attention grabbing headline or news story there are two important questions to ask: Is what you’re seeing true? And what is the bias of the writer? Today, Paul and Ira address these two questions when a listener sends in an article about how passive investing is breaking the stock market. It turns out that the article was written by a hedge fund manager. Listen along as the advisors address whether the claim is true and why the identity of the writer is relevant. Later in the episode, the advisors talk about their own personal experiences with owning real estate and how most pe ..read more
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Should You Consider Long-Term Care Insurance?
The Investor Coaching Show with Paul Winkler
by The Investor Coaching Show
1w ago
A listener asks Paul about people who are wealthy and need long-term care insurance. A study finds that 70% of people who live to 65 will need long-term care, but is the insurance worth it? After some research, Paul finds that only 15% of people who need long-term care actually live in a nursing home for longer than two years. Of that sampler group, who are those people most likely to be? Listen along as Paul and Ira talk about this question, with some research and information of inheritances, long-term care needs, and insurance. Later in the show, Ira looks deeper into the Thrift Savings Plan ..read more
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