This is a special bonus episode kicking off our series of topical episodes in partnership with Charles Schwab.
Every other Thursday, over the next two months, So Money and Schwab are teaming up to bring you rich conversations and advice around key topics from investing wisely to retirement planning and teaching our kids about money.
Today we invite Liz Ann Sonders, Chief Investment Strategist with Charles Schwab. She has been named one of SmartMoney’s “Power 30,” their list of the most influential people on Wall Street; the best strategist of the year by Kiplinger’s and most recently, she was named to the “IA 25” by Investment Advisor, their list of the 25 most important people in and around the financial advisory profession.
In our conversation we discuss:
- Where are markets headed in the next year?
- How can newbie investors get started?
- Liz Ann’s rise in the world of finance and the benefits of being a woman on Wall Street.
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