Peter Oumanski writing for the Wall Street Journal says that digital devices are potentially damaging your finances—but not in the way you might think. Smartphones and other gadgets allow us to follow our friends, read the news, watch a football game and even track our investments anytime. Unfortunately, people are increasingly doing all of the above within a few minutes time, rather than taking the time to truly focus on a financial plan that protects against risk while seeking gains in a prudent way. In the past, lack of data was the problem for investors. Today, we are overwhelmed with data. Today on Mastering Money, we expose the problem then give you clear solutions. . Don’t miss today’s show MASTERING MONEY is on the air!!!
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