This is an episode of The Pomp Podcast with host Anthony “Pomp” Pompliano and guest Ric Edelman. Ric is the chairman and co-founder of Edelman Financial Services, LLC, the founder of the RIA Digital Assets Council, the author of several personal finance books and the host of a weekly personal finance talk radio show called The Ric Edelman Show.

In this conversation, Ric and Anthony discuss 60/40 portfolios, Bitcoin regulation, Federal Reserve actions, Bitcoin adoption among RIAs, and the new financial advisor certificate program Ric helped launch.

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0:00 – Intro
0:24 – Background
03:48 – Lesson to Ric’s Younger Self
05:55 – Client Concerns and client trends during 2020
09:13 – Financial Advisors as “Therapists”
09:52 – Bitcoin
16:28 – What are financial advisors thoughts on Bitcoin?
20:09 – Bitcoin’s obstacles for mass adoption.
24:17 – Providing clients with Crypto Knowledge
28:18 – Current Portfolio allocations
31:15 – Crypto Diversification for Clients?
35:35 – Ric’s Financial Education Course
37:59 – Most Important Book You’ve Read
38:56 – Sleep Habits
41:37 – Aliens. Believer?
43:55 – Question For Pomp
46:24 – Where to Find Ric

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