#46 - 401(k) Asset Allocation with Mutual Funds in the Stock Market & Valentine's Day Break Up Therapy
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In this episode David and Cindy discuss the details about how to allocate assets in your 401(k), Roth 401(k), 403(b) and 457(b) plans.
They cover many types of mutual funds that invest in the stock market including large-cap, mid-cap, small-cap, international funds, value funds, balance funds, bond funds, and money market funds.
They also cover the benefit in considering target date funds that invest in all asset classes so that investors can be more aggressive while their older and then become less aggressive as they near retirement.
For the stories of the week, they discuss a Valentine's Day theme. First they cover stats on how much each generation spends as well as the difference between men and women.
Next, they cover the story of the San Antonio Zoo that created a fundraiser for cockroaches and rats to be named after people's ex-partners and then watch them be aten by animals on Facebook live. This fundraiser is known as Cry Me a Cockroach.
In addition, they discuss another fundraiser by The Lexington Humane Society and for $10, people named cat litter boxes after their ex-partners so they could watch cats crap on them. This fundraiser is known Retripootion.
Lexignton Humane Society - Retripootion
San Antonion Zoo - Cry me a Cockroach