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Target Date Funds: The Rule of Dumb

(5/27/22) (5/27/22) Will the Memorial Day weekend see lots of "revenge travel?" Never under-estimate the ability of a bear market to suck you in one more time; a reflexive rally is not an all-clear sign for investors. Listen to screeching sound of a dead-cat bounce; how are companies responding; how long can a reflexive rally last? ESG funds are just S&P funds in a green skirt. Target Date Funds: The Rule of Dumb. Why Target Date Fund dates mean nothing; Cheese dreams and pizza portfolios; the glory of Velveeta. Changes coming to Social Security; Soylent Green & Estate Planning.

1:52 - Why the Reflexive Rally is Not an All-Clear
13:04 - The Dead Cat Bounce & Greenwashing ESG's
29:10 - Target Date Funds, Cheese Dreams, & Pizza Portfolios
43:01 - Changes Coming to Social Security & Estate Planning

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