The high cost of living. Bankruptcy proceedings. People you're supposed to trust not giving you honest answers.
Any one of these subjects provides fodder for a therapy session. In today's Portfolio Therapy, Dagen McDowell tackles all three.
In the first segment, Dagen explains how to know if you're paying too much for a fund. With the market in a tizzy, an eye on expenses often separates the winners from the losers.
In the Q&A session, Dagen weighs in on three queries, including: What should one do with the stock of a company that's filed for bankruptcy?
Lastly, Dagen offers her version of
primal scream therapy: The Rant. In today's Rant, Dagen advises not to be afraid to walk away from a broker or financial adviser who isn't giving you straight answers.
Dagen's Portfolio Therapy, a twice-weekly 20-minute Webcast, gives listeners sound financial advice, answers to tough investing questions and lively rants against the excesses and abuses on Wall Street. Click on the accompanying tile above to listen to today's program. You can also check out Dagen's previous sessions.