I frequently get asked: “What should I invest my money in?”. Here are the factors I think you should consider in answering that question for yourself.
421 – Success –> Failure –> Success, the Hard Way! What You Can Learn About Money and Investing From This Woman Who Lost It All
Today, I’ve invited a new friend of mine on the show to learn what she learned from her massive failures in the past!
364 – The Laws of Wealth: Psychology and the Secret to Investing Success: Interview with Author Daniel Crosby
My guest today is Daniel Crosby. Daniel is a behavioral economist and he has applied his expertise to the question of investing.
363 – Combating the Effects of a Terminal Illness Diagnosis with Real Estate Prowess (and What’s Better–Business or Real Estate?) Interview with Kathy Fettke from the Real Wealth Network
Kathy Fettke from the Real Wealth Network has an interesting story of learning to invest in real estate during a time of personal crisis. Enjoy the show!
324: Friday Q&A: How to Invest $1k to 10k, How to Prioritize Competing Goals, Should I Stay in my Current Job Until I’m Vested, What Kind of Retirement Plan Should Middle-Age Hotel Owners Establish
How to Invest $1k to 10k? How to Prioritize Competing Goals? Should I Stay in my Current Job Until I’m Vested? Get the answer to these questions and more!
299-The Philosophy of Modern Survivalism and Permaculture as Applied to Financial Planning: Interview with Jack Spirko, Host of The Survival Podcast
I’ve long admired Jack Spirko and his show “The Survival Podcast” as a voice of reason in an industry fueled by hyperbole and fear. Enjoy the interview!
298-Friday Q&A: How to Practice Stealth Wealth, How to Locate Assets in a Tax Efficient Manner, Refinancing a HELOC to an Amortizing Loan, and How My Wife and I Handle Day-to-Day Money
Today we cover how to practice stealth wealth, locate assets in a tax efficient manner, how my wife and I handle day-to-day money, and more.
297-From Writing About Personal Finance To Becoming Financially Independent: Lessons Learned with Jim Wang, Founder of Bargaineering and Wallet Hacks
Can a hobby of writing about personal finance lead to becoming financially independent in a very short time? It did for Jim Wang, my guest on today’s show.
296-The Collapse of MF Global, Breakdown of Trust in the Financial Systems, the Prospect of Global War, and What It’s Like to Be a Tax Protester on the Lam: Interview with Ann Barnhardt
My guest today is Ann Barnhardt. During her interview we discuss her predictions for future world events and what led her to become a tax protester.