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Is Working From Home Really More Productive?

(1/27/23) Oil is the new Tech; is the Fed making a mistake with .25bp rate increases instead of .50? Is this still the 'Year of the Bond'? Richard Rosso's Davos Song; Medicare Advantage messiness; Tiny Homes on the On-Ramp; living outside the city and Texas Hill Country land prices; Working remote and productivity; termination by email; work from home time savings; "Transitory" returns to the media vernacular; inflation, eggs prices, and playset chicken coops; inflation & wage growth w little productivity.
3:14 - Is This Still the 'Year of the Bond'?
14:33 - The Song of Davos
17:10 - Medicare Advantage Messiness
30:30 - Work From Home Pro's & Con's
44:30 - Inflation & Wage Growth w Little Productivity
Hosted by RIA Advisors Director of Financial Planning, Richard Rosso, CFP w Senior Advisor Danny Ratliff, CFP
Produced by Brent Clanton, Executive Producer
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