Even with all the economic difficulties we’ve seen because of COVID-19, there are still certain strategies and investments that are working well for people. In this episode, Roger shares his insight into some of the assets he recommends right now, as well as some that he thinks you should avoid.
In today’s episode, Roger explains how different types of advisors get paid, and he shares some questions you can ask to make sure you’re protecting yourself and your assets. Roger also describes the advantages that come from working with a good financial advisor, especially in a time when the economy is so volatile.
Even as millions of Americans are applying for unemployment and major companies are laying people off, the stock market has been rising. In today’s episode, Roger breaks down the reasons for this growth and explains why it might not last. He also shares how Gainer Financial’s new risk profiling service can help you understand your feelings about risk and ensure your profile is aligned with your emotional, intellectual and fin...
In this episode, Roger shares 5 tips to help shut out the noise and reduce stress around our finances. He also explains how working with an expert and using tools like the Thought Organizer can help you navigate these complicated circumstances.
As the global economy has dramatically shifted in response to COVID-19, many people believe that markets will bounce back quickly and look forward to a day when we can return to normal. In this episode, Roger explains why that is unlikely to happen, and he offers insight into some of the industries that may be permanently changed by this pandemic.
Roger also provides practical advice for investing in asset types that will stay rel...
In this episode, Roger explains what causes major past economic market shifts and what lessons we learned then that can help us in the present. Roger also walks us through how Behavioral economics are playing a role in today's situation, and how to perform your very own 'gut check' to better position yourself for what may be on the horizon.
The world is changing in a way we’ve never seen before. But one thing remains the same: we all want to retire happy. However, there’s an enormous amount of fear and uncertainty due to COVID-19 Global Pandemic. In this episode, Roger shares his encouragement and #1 message to all of his clients during these uncertain times.
In this episode, Roger and Clark sit down and discuss how the growing concerns for the spread of COVID-19 and the worldwide impact on our financial stability.
In this episode, Roger and Clark sit down and discuss the future financial landscape with a look forward to the next decade.
In this episode, Roger and Clark sit down and discuss what 2019 was like and what your financial future can be in 2020.
In this episode of Retire Happy, Roger and Clark discuss why some people should and shouldn't work with an advisor.
In this episode of Retire Happy with Roger Gainer, Roger and Clark talk about the five phases most investors experience when confronting market volatility.
In this episode of Retire Happy with Roger Gainer, Roger and Clark talk about the bond market and the risks of being in it.
In this episode, Roger sits down with Clark to discuss if cash really is king and where all your money should be.
In this episode, Roger sits down with Clark and discusses risk and reward. Is it really worth it? What you need to evaluate before investing your savings and retirement.
In this episode of Retire Happy, Roger takes a look forward at 2019 and what he expects to sees.
In this episode, Roger takes a look back at 2018. How did the year end up for you?
In this episode, Roger takes a look back at how the business has changed in the last 30 years and what he expects to see in the next.
In this episode of Retire Happy with Roger Gainer, Roger sits down with Clark and discusses everything you would want to know about mortgages. If you have a question about how they work, should you pay them off early, and more is answered in this episode
In episode 18 of Retire Happy with Roger Gainer, Clark and Roger discuss what the raising of rates by the feds means to you and your money.