Chartered Financial Analyst, Russell Hackmann is the “The Wall Street Sweeper.” Russ, a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Georgetown University with an MBA in Finance from the University of Chicago, has over 25 years’ experience advising individuals and institutions on wealth and risk management. Prior to founding Hackmann Wealth Partners, Russell served as an executive at several major Wall Street firms. Now, he’s sharing his wealth of knowledge with you to help you find ways to cut through the clutter of Wall Street and get a clearer path towards your retirement and financial future. Learn how to lower risk, minimize taxes, and maximize retirement income by listening to The Wall Street Sweeper, which can be heard in Boston and New York.


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Saturday 10:30 am & Sunday 9:00 am 680 WRKO, The Voice of Boston

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Financial Cautious Optimism

Economy: The Long View

The Wall Street Sweeper podcast covers various financial topics, including social security, retirement strategies, and the impact of AI on the economy. The host, Russ Hackmann, discusses the bullish outlook for the stock market in the long term, but also emphasizes the need for risk management and principal protected growth. The conversation also touches on the role of government policies and the Federal Reserve in the economy, as well as the importance of innovation and getting out of the way of the private sector. The episode concludes with a discussion on treasury yields and the potential impact on the stock market.

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Avoid Financial Landmines

Russ discusses various topics related to the financial market and retirement planning. He starts by talking about the volatility of the market and the influences that are pushing it around. He also touches on the concept of finding landmines in your financial plan and the importance of getting a second opinion. The conversation then shifts to the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on the labor market and the economy.  Hackmann Wealth Partners Vice-President Clare Hare also joins with a case study.

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Update Your Financial Approach

The main theme of the podcast is to keep in mind that today’s financial front looks different in many ways than that of the past.  Russ offers a reminder to make sure your strategies fit the current conditions of today.  He also discusses retirement regrets to avoid and revisits the big six retirement risks.  He and Hackmann Wealth Partners Vice-President Jack Young cover case studies.

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The Financial Long View

Russ covers various topics including taxes, interest rates, national debt, inflation, and the economy.  He talks about the potential risks of a national debt crisis, high inflation, and rising interest rates. Russ also mentions the positive impact of AI on productivity and corporate profits. The conversation emphasizes the importance of asset allocation, risk management, and principal-protected growth instruments in financial planning.

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Inflation and Interest Rates

The conversation covers various including market turbulence, estate planning, the transfer of wealth, inflation, interest rates, and listener questions. In this conversation, Russ Hackmann discusses the importance of asset allocation and risk management in retirement planning. He advises that individuals within 10 years of retirement should have less than half of their money in risky assets, unless they have well over five million dollars. Hackmann emphasizes that market downturns are inevitable and can result in significant losses, especially for those with a high percentage of their portfolio in stocks. He also warns against investing in bond funds, as they can experience significant losses and may not recover. Instead, he recommends a diversified asset allocation strategy that includes safe assets like T-bills and CDs, as well as principal protected growth or income products.  Hackmann Wealth Partners Vice-President Jack Young joins in with a case study.

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Knowing Your Financial Direction

Russ talks about the challenges of managing finances in volatile markets and the importance of having a clear financial plan. Russ shares a story about a football player who consulted his financial advisor before making a car purchase. The conversation ends with a segment called 'The World's Worst Financial Advisor,' highlighting the importance of providing meaningful and personalized financial advice. In this conversation, Russ discusses the potential downsides of relying on fancy reports and the importance of personalized information.

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Retirement Par “Fore” the Course

The conversation revolves around the topics of the financial markets, inflation, the national debt, retirement planning, and the changing investment landscape. Russ discusses the unpredictability of the Federal Reserve's decisions and the impact on interest rates and bond funds. Russ uses golf-themed movie clips to illustrate various lessons in retirement planning. He highlights the need for a well-thought-out strategy and the importance of understanding the rules of the financial universe. The conversation concludes with a discussion on the warnings from financial leaders about the growing national debt and its implications for current and future retirees. In this conversation, Russ Hackman discusses the alarming national debt and the potential impact of inflation on retirement planning. He emphasizes the need for a plan that accounts for higher inflation rates and the possibility of economic and market shocks.

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Beware of Bad Financial Advice

In this episode of the Wall Street Sweeper, host Russ Hackmann discusses the prevalence of bad financial advice on social media and the importance of cutting through the noise. He provides market analysis, highlighting the tug-of-war between inflation and wishful thinking on the Fed's part. Russ emphasizes the significance of asset allocation and risk management in financial planning, as well as the importance of long-term tax planning. He debunks the notion that 401(k)s are a scam and addresses the benefits of having a mortgage in retirement. Russ also addresses questionable financial advice from a game show and a viral TikTok video about secret bank accounts at the Federal Reserve. In this episode, Russ Hackman discusses the top problems in portfolios and emphasizes the importance of having a plan for retirement. Russ shares a success story of helping a client retire and celebrates the importance of a comprehensive financial plan.  Hackmann Wealth Partners Vice-President Jack Young joins in with a case study.

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The Financial Commandments

In this episode of The Wall Street Sweeper, host Russ Hackman discusses the current state of the markets and the impact of inflation. He then introduces the 10 commandments of financial planning, covering topics such as avoiding gambling, seeking advice from trusted sources, and doing due diligence. Russ emphasizes the power of compounding returns and the importance of avoiding big losses.  Hackmann Wealth Senior Vice-President Clare Hare joins in with a case study.

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