Episode 364: This episode is chock full of ideas that can put you on a rapid path to success! The Money Doctors also weigh in on the contrarian method of buying and selling stocks.
Episode 363: Steve and Ryan look back over 2020 and pull out six powerful investing lessons we can take away from a year full of the unimaginable. They also discuss life insurance and what it actually covers.
Episode 361: Though we hope the pandemic will soon begin to wind down, the Money Doctors discuss ways to financially prepare for the new year and any setbacks we may encounter. You'll also hear why smart people often make worse decisions than the average Joe.
Episode 360: The Money Doctors take a look at what analysts are predicting for the stock market in the new year. You'll also hear multiple reasons why investing in that exciting IPO is probably a bad idea.
Episode 356: The Money Doctors suggest strategic financial moves to consider in preparation for the end of the pandemic. They also look at four sources of retirement income that you may want to explore.
Episode 355: Steve and John summarize Joe Biden's tax proposal and discuss the implications. They also discuss the basics of a SIMPLE IRA and whether it's a good investment option for your situation.
Episode 354: Dave Ramsey says, "You have to stop causing your money troubles before you can solve them." Steve and John tell you how. They also explain what market capitalization actually means, and why it may be more important than you think.
Episode 352: On this week's episode, hear the five keys to your financial success. The Money Doctors also give you the info you need to make the most of your health savings account.
Episode 351: On this week's episode, you can take the test to see how you stack up against the rest of Americans when it comes to financial literacy. The Money Doctors also take a look at charitable giving trends and donor advised funds.
Episode 350: Learn what controls your financial decision-making and how to use that knowledge to your advantage. The Money Doctors also recommend a number of effective ways to pay for college without going into debt.