How to Use Investing to Reach Your Goals with Rick Frisbie

Whether using an investment manager or robo-advisor, setting a goal is one of the most important steps in financial planning.

Rick Frisbie speaks to this point and the importance of having an investment strategy that will take you to where you want to be down the road.

Investing doesn’t have to be just for retirement savings. It can be for travel, a new house, anything you can dream up that requires long-term planning.

Listen in as Rick Frisbie joins Miranda in this discussion, then on to the panel where they discuss how they dream up – and work towards – their big goals.

 

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Today’s guest, Rick Frisbie:

Rick Frisbie, Chairman at Robust Wealth, helps train investment advisors through their digital wealth management platform. He has a background as Chief Investment Officer at Franklin Templeton and Vice President for their multi-asset and alternative businesses.

Find out more, or take a tour of the Robust Wealth tool, at www.robustwealth.com

Click here to watch Robust Wealth’s Demo Video

 

Today’s Panelists

Miranda Marquit | Planting Money Seeds
Doug Goldstein | Goldstein on Gelt
Linda P. Jones | Be Wealthy and Smart
Joe Saul-Sehy | Money in the Morning

 

For a quick bio of each of our show participants, head on over to our panelists page.

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Comments

  1. Michael says:

    Hey guys, I really love the show. I’m a new listener and really find your discussions super insightful. I’m 35 and have only really started to consider the future in terms of finances. I contribute to my company’s simple IRA the 3% my company matches and at this point only have about $12,000 in a target date fund. I want to be more aggressive and contribute more but should I look at changing out of a target date fund? Furthermore, I don’t have any debt or student loans and have about $30,000 in cash in my savings account plus a seperate account of 6 months emergency living expenses. I’m currently living abroad for work and not looking to buy a house or have any big expenses within the next few years. So i’m wondering how I can put this money to use towards retirement, protect against inflation, and also have a little bit of money for travel and perhaps put a little in the stock market to better understand how it works. I’d really appreciate any advice you’d be willing to share. I honestly, hadn’t considered any of this until listening to your show, so thank you for opening my eyes.

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