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You’ve seen the headlines: “Bull Market!” Or, “A Bear is lurking!” What do these two terms really mean for your investments? It’s time for another round of listener questions on this episode of Dentist Money™. Are we in a Bull market? How do you know it’s a Bear market? Reese and Ryan help define these overused terms, and show how a long- or short-term investment attitude really shapes the definition. And since they’re defining terms, they also discuss net worth, how it’s measured, and where you might expect yours to be at different points in your career. Finally, Reese and Ryan have a few thoughts on HSA strategies—and how that medical savings opportunity can fit into your retirement planning.

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