It’s finally here – our third ThinkGlink/RealWorldSeminars event: HOW TO INVEST YOUR MONEY IN 2010
Join us on March 27, 2010 at the Gwinnett Center for an amazing day of information and answers to your questions.
Click the link to buy your ticket. You’ll find that the ticket price has already been discounted by 40 percent off of the regular $80 ticket price. It’s a great value for the terrific superstars you’ll be hearing on March 27, 2010 at the Gwinnett Center:
Ben DeHaan, Lighthouse Financial Partners
Merry Brodie and Bill Nemeth, Georgia Association of Enrolled Agents
Christopher Davis, Morningstar Senior Analyst
Kay Shirley, top-rated financial planner (Barron’s)
Rob Goshen, Mesirow Financial
Wes Moss, Capital Investment Advisors
Don’t miss out – buy your ticket today before this plum discount ends!!
Doors open at 8am for registration.
And, don’t miss our special After Hours Real Estate Investing Panel featuring Andy Heller, Ricky Novak and Sam Tamkin.
Invest Your Money Wisely in 2010. Learn how to deal with a stock market that seems irrational. Should you invest in bonds in an era or rising interest rates? And, how big a share of your investment portfolio should be international equities? All of the answers to these questions will be found at our next event: HOW TO INVEST YOUR MONEY IN 2010. Buy your ticket today and get 40 percent off the ticket price. Rob Goshen, a senior vice president with Mesirow Financial, joins us in the third hour of our special show today to talk about risk. He’ll be at our event on March 27, 2010 at the Gwinnett Center.
A Conversation About Risk With Robert Goshen, Mesirow Financial
Rob Goshen joined us on the show in the third hour today. We talked about the risk that investors take and how to decide how much risk you should take. Find out more about Rob at his personal page at the Mesirow Financial website. You can also call toll-free 800-453-0600 or email him at [email protected]
If you want to meet Rob in person, join us March 27, 2010 at our How To Invest Your Money in 2010 event. Click here for details.
BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW – DISCOUNT EXPIRES WEDNESDAY!!!
School Loan Legislation Update
Yesterday on the show, we had a couple of questions about student loans. I referenced the student loan legislation, but didn’t really make it clear that the legislation (which would eliminate fees paid to banks and bring down the interest rate on student loans, which would be made directly by the government to students) hadn’t become a reality.
I also suggested parents begin their search for student loan information at the following websites: