Episode 348 - On this week's show Harvey explains why the new breed of life insurance products that refund your premiums after 10 years, if you don't make a claim, are poor value for money. I also explain how to judge when a stock market is overbought or oversold and set for a possible reversal. Finally, I explain when it might be a good idea to switch from drawdown to an annuity in retirement.
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