The 401(k) on the Decline

How should investors respond to the 401(k) on the decline? Is the stock market poised for another correction? Today’s episode presents the argument for self-directed IRAs and non-correlated investments.

Kim Butler and Todd Strobel explain the ripple effect that Baby Boomers have had on 401(k). They explain how this will impact the market and why it may be a good thing, in the long run. They also discuss alternative ways to invest, particularly non-correlated asset classes and investments that do not fluctuate with stock market prices. It’s all about making your money grow and work for you in today’s episode of the Prosperity Podcast.

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Show Notes:

[0:00] Prologue

[0:19] Intro

[1:12] Money Flows Out of 401(k)

[4:04] How Will This Affect the Stock Market?

[7:05] Explaining 401(k)

[9:05] Using That Money Elsewhere

[9:33] Self-Directed IRA

[11:11] Non-correlated Investments

[12:39] Creating Income

[14:11] Wrap-Up

[15:38] Outro


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