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American Epidemic: Living Beyond our Means

(7/1/22) Remember the 1970's--things were so much simpler then, right? Is this really a bear market, about which we're in denial? The Truth Comes from the Data. The Fed is raising rates so they can lower them again; Richard Rosso's Summer Reading List (preview); who's living paycheck-to-paycheck now? American Epidemic: Living Beyond our Means. Tire Terrorists; how much have Boomers saved for Retirement? What ever happened to the E*Trade Baby? Will Social Security COLA go up 10%? Senior Citizens League working to lower Insulin costs; the health/wealth dynamic in Retirement.
2:00 - Do We Need to Go Back to 1970?
13:11 - The Epidemic of Living Beyond Our Means
29:18 - Tire Terrorists & Retirement Reality
43:16 - The Health-Wealth Dynamic in Retirement

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