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Edelman Financial Engines replaces 'The Ric Edelman Show' with two 'retirement'-related shows -- including one hosted and owned by Ric Edelman, yet neither (curiously) will refer prospects

The Mountain View, Calif., manager of $260 billion of AUM is splitting a two-hour slot in 25 markets between its namesake's new show and two ringers -- Jean Chatzky and Soledad O'Brien

Author Lisa Shidler December 13, 2021 at 7:45 PM
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Ric Edelman: I am carefully curating my sponsors.

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Jeff Spears

Jeff Spears

December 13, 2021 — 10:21 PM
Sounds like Edelman want his cake. The listeners will decide what they want to eat. Turn of the mikes…


February 14, 2022 — 9:35 PM
have listened to the new show on koa out of denver. for some reason they are not running ric's new show anywhere in the market, as to show conten; wow,it is slow paced and BORING. it's like reading articles on aarp.com, if u catch my drift.
John S Sweda

John S Sweda

February 21, 2022 — 5:31 PM
The new "Everyday Wealth" radio show is like "Investing 101" or "Personal Finance 101". It is really, really basic and not very interesting for me. Ric's old show was informative and entertaining and ran for 30 years.

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