The Weekly Pulse for Sunday, March 31, 2019

In this episode: (1) Drug prices on the rise, (2) No Savings for Half of Older Adults, (3) He Said/She Said – Apple’s new media services – should Netflix be nervous?, (4) 4th quarter GDP revisions and a softening of Fed policy, (5) Auto enrollment may be hurting retirement savings? and (6) A court blocked key parts of DOL’s Association Health Plan rule and the Congress takes up the RESA bill again. We’re talking #healthcare with special guest, Business Insider’s Senior Healthcare Reporter, Lydia Ramsey. And welcome to The Motley Fool’s tech reporter Dan Kline who joins our team of able contributors.

Featuring the expert analysis of: Grant Sabatier, Millenial MoneyOliver Renick, TD AmeritradeMichael Bozzello, StockTwits, Kevin Kelly, Delphi Digital, George Grombacher, Money Alignment Academy, Jacob Passy and Alessandra Malito, MarketWatch, Natalie Walters, The Motley Fool, Devin Banerjee, CFA, LinkedIn and Kevin Walsh and David Levine, Groom Law Group, Chartered. Show produced by Dusty Porter.

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