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Choosing sound investment strategies with Jonathan Pond

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Despite a strong job market and low unemployment, 37% of Americans say their personal finances have gotten worse in the last year, according to a new NPR/PBS/Marist poll.

And the recent action from the Federal Reserve has some worried about a recession and wondering how to best protect their retirement nest egg.

Today, personal financial advisor Jonathan Pond is back with safe money strategies in these unpredictable times.

Support 89.7 NPR News and receive special thank you gifts, including Jonathan Pond’s book Safe Money in Tough Times and the Safe Money Financial Planner and Investment Planner.

Guest:

  • Jonathan Pond, personal finance expert

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