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Podcast 68: Personal Investing, Carol Fabbri

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On today’s episode of the Consumerism Commentary Podcast, Tom Dziubek talks to Carol Fabbri, co-author of the book Personal Investing: The Missing Manual.

During the interview, Carol discusses many the preparation a person should make before investing, the different categories of investors, choosing the right index funds, a reasonable return on investment that investors should expect, and other topics related to investing.

Consumerism Commentary Podcast #68
Personal Investing, Carol Fabbri: S03E16 / 91

         

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Table of contents

[00:00]  Introduction from Tom Dziubek
[00:31]  Interview with Carol Fabbri
[00:47] Pre-investing preparation
[03:39] The different categories of investors
[10:06] Choosing a fund
[12:43] The expense ratio of a fund
[14:21] The importance of an experienced fund manager
[15:21] ETFs (exchange traded funds)
[16:32] Investing directly in stocks
[19:02] The risks of bonds
[19:49] The benefits of bonds
[20:26] The rate of return that people should expect
[21:21] Techniques and philosophies that people should avoid
[22:30] The importance of an emergency fund & insurance policies – Carol’s health story
[25:29]  End

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Updated February 6, 2012 and originally published August 8, 2010. If you enjoyed this article, subscribe to the RSS feed or receive daily emails. Follow @ConsumerismComm on Twitter and visit our Facebook page for more updates.

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