How Should You Invest in Your 401k?- Season 7: Episode 2
If you’ve ever looked at your investment options inside your 401k plan (or other retirement plan at work), you might have felt overwhelmed by the number of choices. Even if your choices aren’t necessarily numerous, how do you know whether you should go all in with stocks, or maybe keep it safer with a blend of volatile and non-volatile assets?
This decision is big, and going the wrong way can lead to significantly different outcomes in the future. In this week’s podcast, host Johnny Dean and his guest, “Professor” Rick Plum, CFP®, talk about what you need to consider when setting up your asset allocation for your 401k. Go Big? Go small? Go safe? Tune in, and find out more!
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