Health is indeed a part of Wealth. And with so many options for diets and supplements in today’s world, where do you even start to start? Do nutrition and supplementation really play a role in helping you reach Optimal Health?
Doug Grant is the founder of Optimal Health Systems (OHS). Before founding OHS in 1997, Doug was the 1st nutritionist ever hired by an NBA team. He has continued on to work with athletes in MLB, the NCAA, the Olympics, and even publishing Ironman magazine for a couple of years.
Listen in as Doug Grant joins Tom and John to talk about health and nutritional needs, and what type of process goes into developing nutrition products at OHS.
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There are many Retirement Calculators out there, insert your numbers and Ta-Dah! The calculator spits out how much money you need to have in order to retire. But these calculators can’t guarantee how much money you will need in retirement.
What chunk of your money will inflation gnaw off throughout your retirement? Are your retirement savings tax free? Or only tax deferred? Will you ever require special medical care? What about assisted living? Or emergencies, or… or… or…
Today on Wealth Talks, Tom and John talk about events that can catch you by surprise in retirement. Don’t trust typical financial calculators to tell you what you “need” to retire on.
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The Federal Reserve has been artificially lowering interest rates for years. This has been driving up the cost of stocks, far beyond their economic value. Meanwhile, other central banks are printing up legal currency in order to buy shares of stock.
Our own Federal Reserve is printing up currency with which they are purchasing mortgages.
Sooner or later, a return to economic reality will have to take place. Today Tom and John are joined by Dr. Paul Cleveland, Ph.D. in Economics and Professor of Economics and Finance at Birmingham-Southern College.
Join the conversation as they talk about the ways to prepare for the upcoming “return to reality”.
Risk tolerance is a big term in typical financial planning. Basically, risk tolerance is the amount of nerve you have to watch your investment portfolio lose money without flinching. According to typical financial planning, the higher your “risk tolerance” the more money you should risk losing to try and get big returns.
But typical financial planning isn’t working out so good for most Americans. People are running out of money in retirement and the median savings for someone age 65 or older is only $63,000.
If you are allergic to risk and you hate losing money, if you believe that when you’re 65 you should have more than $63,000 in savings then you probably shouldn’t follow typical financial planning.
Doing nothing is not enough though, you must do something better, that’s what we talk about on episode 248 of Wealth Talks. Listen Now.
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