001 The Inaugural Broadcast of the Financial Procast

In this inaugural episode of the Financial Procast, we discuss:

 

– Aviva Life USA–For Sale !

– MarketWatch Gets it Wrong on a Life Insurance Recommendation

– The Quiet Company makes another “Not So Quiet” investment

 

Why are we doing this?

We actually recorded this first episode of the Financial Procast back a couple of weeks ago but due to other commitments on our time, are just now able to get it published and posted here at the Insurance Pro Blog.

Our idea is to provide another avenue that we can add more value to our community and to cover more ground than we're often able to do in a text-based blog post.

And the really bright side…

You can load us up in your ipod, phone or the device of your choice to carry us with you wherever you go!

Aren't you excited?

The Insurance Pro Blog was originally launched in the summer of 2011 as a way to debunk myths and false teachings offered by much of the financial press as it relates to life insurance.

Our goal with the Financial Procast is to add on to the conversation regarding all things life insurance, annuities, and finance but also to open up our conversation to other financial related topics.

Connect the Dots

In writing articles or blog posts, sometimes it can be difficult to help you connect all the dots.  What do we mean?

Well, an article or post is typically limited to an insolated topic, just because nobody wants to read a whole book every time they visit our site.  But our hope with the podcast is that we can take some of the concepts we discuss and tie them in to “real life” scenarios that will help paint a clearer picture to our audience.

Our sincere hope is that you will listen regularly, make suggestions, and send us your questions.

Better yet, to make it easier for our listeners to ask questions, we've set up a “Voicemail Feedback Hotline” that you can use to call in and leave us a question or to tell us what you really think.

 

We are open to discussing any topic related to personal finance and welcome our audience to participate in the discussion.  Your comments and questions will help us cover what's most relevant and interesting to you, so please email us or call us to give us feedback!


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