Archive for April, 2015

167 I Paid .25% and All I Got Was An ETF?

Today we’re talking about Robo Advisors again. Don’t worry, that’s not the only thing we’re discussing but we do spend quite a bit of time on that topic. What they’re doing almost feels dirty. Taking a “process” that the investment industry has been doing on paper for 20 years and putting on the web almost […]


166 Is That Latin 102?

Well, you lucked out again. We got so wrapped up in one of our discussions that we only got to complain about 3 topics today instead of four. In this episode of the Financial Procast we discuss the spending habits of the rich, poor and everyone in between. You may be surprised that the differences are […]


Best Performing 10 Pay Whole Life Products for Death Benefit: 2015 Edition

Last week we revealed results of our 10 pay whole life comparison for cash surrender value and this week we have the results comparing the death benefits of various 10 pay whole life products. The comparison uses data collected from the same policy proposals used in the cash value comparison. Male and female ages 45 […]


165 We’ll Watch Your Money

To those in our audience who have reached out to us and let us know more of what you’d like for us to discuss on the Finanical Procast, we thank you. And for those of you that have not let us know what you’d like to hear us discuss, please don’t hesitate to do so, […]


Best Performing 10 Pay Whole Life Products for Cash Value: 2015 Edition

We’ve gathered information on the best performing 10 pay whole life products for 2015 looking at cash value rate of return. As a quick review


164 More Convicted Than An Index Fund Investor

Here is the lineup for today’s show: Hate Your Boss? You’re Not Alone. (02:49) Investment Firms Advertise Like Fiduciaries (16:50) Financial Services Companies Late to the Social Media Party (35:06) Index Fund Investors More Intelligent? (49:40) As you can probably tell by now, we are more than capable of talking about things that WE are […]


The Myth of the Rising Cost of Universal Life Insurance

For years, those who favor whole life insurance have told us that universal life insurance has an evil side. The product with an optimal expense structure that affords the policyholder ample opportunity to adjust premiums as personal finances require also possesses the nasty cost of “shifting the risk back onto the policyholder,” thus (a favorite […]


163 We Hear Y’all Are Pretty Good on the Computer?

We’re back after taking a little break last week but not to worry…we’ve made up for it with this week’s episode. Here’s what we’re discussing about today: Elite Credit Card Holders Are a Fraud Target (03:06) Foreclosures Stalled by Pesky Laws (14:00) Investment Advisory Fees on the Rise (31:18) The Quiet Company™ Makes a Purchase (46:25)


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