June 12th, 2021 | Episode 24 | Best of Investing Simplified

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There are a lot of people with great intentions for their finances who are led astray by biased advice from financial advisors. There are also a lot of people who are simply operating under bad financial advice in general. That’s why Price Financial Group Wealth Management decided to start a radio show called Investing Simplified®. They wanted to use the show as a simple way to educate people about the truths of finance and investing. We aim to provide investors, of a varying type or degree of experience, with an edifying experience through the information our veteran hosts and numerous guest-experts will deliver.

Our Hosts:

  1. Robert (Bo) Caldwell, CFP®, ChFC®, AAMS©
  2. Matt Mai, CIO
  3. Matt Sudol, Wealth Advisor
  4. Keven Steege – http://www.baker-colson.com/
  5. Taylor Kittell – KG Law Group

Thank you to our callers, investingsimplifiedradio.com visitors, and listeners for your questions. You make Investing Simplified® possible!

Miss an episode of Investing Simplified®? No problem! Catch all our latest shows on our website at pfgwm.com.

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