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Jul 29, 2022

The proverb that it's harder to climb down a mountain than go up is true in every sense of the word. Here's a gruesome stat - between 1921 and 2006, 56% of deaths above 8,000 meters occurred on the return trip  and 17% died turning back. Just 15% died on the way up. The rest died of other causes. Similarly in financial planning, as hard as asset accumulation proves, planning for retirement is much more complex. Today, we talk with David Rosell who happens to be both an experienced climber and financial planner.

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