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Do you want to learn how to manage your own investments? Are you ready to stop paying investment management fees and start building wealth? The DIY Investing Podcast is dedicated to providing you with the knowledge, skills, and resources you need to be a better investor. Learn how to make investments through the use of fundamental analysis, mental models, and business management insights. Please visit our website and subscribe to our mailing list at DIYInvesting.org for guides, videos, and r ...
 
Canadian Couch Potato is a podcast designed to help you become a better investor with index funds and ETFs. It is hosted by veteran journalist, blogger, and portfolio manager Dan Bortolotti. Dan offers straight-up, practical advice for Canadians who want to learn more about index investing, whether they manage their own portfolios or work with an advisor. Episodes typically feature an interview with an expert on a specific investing or financial planning topic. In a segment called “Bad Inves ...
 
Tim and Tom Mullooly from Mullooly Asset Management bring you "Living With Money". Tim and Tom will walk you through your financial life step by step. From the very basics of personal finance to in-depth financial planning and investing methods, you will truly learn how to live with money. With years of experience spanning multiple generations, Tim and Tom bring a unique perspective to your financial life, whether you're just starting out, or getting close to retirement. Through educational ...
 
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Bill explains the basic concept behind inflation, why core CPI is lower than actual inflation, how often inflation occurs, and how governments may stop it, before outlining steps that individuals can take to reduce the impact of inflation on their budgets. Bill answers the question of whether investing in the stock market is still a good way to com…
 
Bill and Anastasia continue answering listener questions in this second of a two-part series. In Part Two, they discuss what to do if your significant other has different spending priorities, why a 401(k) plan is named "401(k)," how to know whether you are saving enough for retirement, when is a good time to set up a checking or savings account for…
 
Bill and Anastasia tackle several questions from listeners in this two-part series. In Part One, they discuss rolling over a 401(k) account, how to prioritize credit card repayment, contributing to a Roth vs. a traditional IRA and how to prioritize contributions to various retirement accounts, and whether to get a second credit card. Bill and Anast…
 
Mental Models discussed in this podcast: Dead Money Opportunity Cost Time is Money Intrinsic Value Compounding Please review and rate the podcast If you enjoyed this podcast and found it helpful, please consider leaving me a rating and review. Your feedback helps me to improve the podcast and grow the show's audience. Follow me on Twitter and YouTu…
 
Mental Models discussed in this podcast: Incentives Skin-in-the-Game Accredited vs non-Accredited Investors Please review and rate the podcast If you enjoyed this podcast and found it helpful, please consider leaving me a rating and review. Your feedback helps me to improve the podcast and grow the show's audience. Follow me on Twitter and YouTube …
 
What are paper hands versus diamond hands, and is it effective to think in these terms when it comes to investing? Bill and Anastasia use these terms to dive into several recent questions they've been receiving from nervous or curious investors. Should you change your investment strategy in anticipation of a downturn? Are there certain strategies t…
 
Mental Models discussed in this podcast: Opportunity Cost Alpha Superpower of Incentives Competitive Advantages Process vs Results Please review and rate the podcast If you enjoyed this podcast and found it helpful, please consider leaving me a rating and review. Your feedback helps me to improve the podcast and grow the show's audience. Follow me …
 
Mental Models discussed in this podcast: Stress Testing Time Horizon Stoicism Please review and rate the podcast If you enjoyed this podcast and found it helpful, please consider leaving me a rating and review. Your feedback helps me to improve the podcast and grow the show's audience. Follow me on Twitter and YouTube Twitter Handle: @TreyHenninger…
 
What should you know about credit scores? What actually affects your credit score, and what doesn't? Bill and Anastasia dive into the evolution of credit lending and offer advice and information for those with credit or looking to start. Bill and Anastasia also briefly covered this topic in "Life Advice From Financial Experts," as well as the pros …
 
Mental Models discussed in this podcast: Catalyst Activation Energy Please review and rate the podcast If you enjoyed this podcast and found it helpful, please consider leaving me a rating and review. Your feedback helps me to improve the podcast and grow the show's audience. Follow me on Twitter and YouTube Twitter Handle: @TreyHenninger YouTube C…
 
Mental Models discussed in this podcast: Investing Ratios Break Points Please review and rate the podcast If you enjoyed this podcast and found it helpful, please consider leaving me a rating and review. Your feedback helps me to improve the podcast and grow the show's audience. Follow me on Twitter and YouTube Twitter Handle: @TreyHenninger YouTub…
 
Mental Models discussed in this podcast: Scuttlebutt Quality Investing Capital Stack Dark Stocks Please review and rate the podcast If you enjoyed this podcast and found it helpful, please consider leaving me a rating and review. Your feedback helps me to improve the podcast and grow the show's audience. Follow me on Twitter and YouTube Twitter Han…
 
Bill and Anastasia answer questions they have been receiving from individuals recently related to the U.S. stock market downturn in January 2022. Was the market drop a correction and how often does this happen? What does the level of volatility in the market mean for you? Is it time to buy the dip? Why are these questions arising now? Bill and Anas…
 
Mental Models discussed in this podcast: Inflation Emergency Fund Please review and rate the podcast If you enjoyed this podcast and found it helpful, please consider leaving me a rating and review. Your feedback helps me to improve the podcast and grow the show's audience. Follow me on Twitter and YouTube Twitter Handle: @TreyHenninger YouTube Cha…
 
Mental Models discussed in this podcast: Phase Change (Chemistry) Earnings Power Consolidation Period Please review and rate the podcast If you enjoyed this podcast and found it helpful, please consider leaving me a rating and review. Your feedback helps me to improve the podcast and grow the show's audience. Follow me on Twitter and YouTube Twitte…
 
In this follow up to last year's episode, "Forming an Annual Budget," Bill and Anastasia cover more tools that are available for budgeting. What is an income statement, balance sheet, and cash flow statement, and why are these important in creating a budget? Bill and Anastasia also discuss what software programs they prefer to use and tips for thos…
 
Mental Models discussed in this podcast: Value Trading Horizontal Risk Shifting Rebalancing Look-Through Earnings Please review and rate the podcast If you enjoyed this podcast and found it helpful, please consider leaving me a rating and review. Your feedback helps me to improve the podcast and grow the show's audience. Follow me on Twitter and Yo…
 
Mental Models discussed in this podcast: Due Diligence Please review and rate the podcast If you enjoyed this podcast and found it helpful, please consider leaving me a rating and review. Your feedback helps me to improve the podcast and grow the show's audience. Follow me on Twitter and YouTube Twitter Handle: @TreyHenninger YouTube Channel: DIY I…
 
When can you retire? What savings rate is needed to achieve a secure retirement? What impact will Social Security have on your retirement? What are the different retirement accounts that may be available to you? How do you balance other life expenses with saving for retirement, and how should you prioritize them? Bill relates his answers to his dec…
 
In practice of having an abundance mindset, Bill and Anastasia return to their end of year tradition in taking stock of what they and others are grateful for in the past year. A special thanks to those who shared their messages of gratitude with Creating Wealth, and to healthcare workers who continue to save lives. For questions and comments, you c…
 
What is an interest rate and why do investors pay close attention to them? In this episode, Bill and Anastasia discuss how interest rates affect stocks, bonds, and how the Federal Reserve's actions impact the broader economy. They cover what is going on with today's interest rates, how that compares to the historical average, and what investors sho…
 
This is a continuation of the conversation on investing styles from the previous episode (How Do You Invest?). In this second part, Bill and Anastasia cover several other concepts - sector funds, dollar cost averaging, margin of safety. And investing styles including momentum and contrarian investing. They discuss the importance of where you get yo…
 
What are the common obstacles that small business owners face? This is the second of a two-part series on starting and running your own business with special guest speaker, Bob Clements--Cofounder, Partner, and General Counsel of Benchmark Business Group. Part Two covers the obstacles that owners typically face as their business grows: For example,…
 
This is a two-part series on starting and running your own business with a special guest speaker, Bob Clements--Cofounder, Partner, and General Counsel of Benchmark Business Group. Part One covers what people should consider if they want to start their own business. Why would an individual prefer to be self-employed vs. work for someone else? In wh…
 
What is going on in the stock market? Before diving into the topic, Anastasia provides news updates relating to topics discussed in previous episodes: The Rise of GameStop (GME) Stock, Investing in Common Stock Part Two, and How to Pay for College. Bill and Anastasia then discuss inflation concerns, what the autumnal dip is and why it happens, the …
 
Mental Models discussed in this podcast: Second-Order Effects Passive vs Active Investing Standing on the Shoulders of Giants Please review and rate the podcast If you enjoyed this podcast and found it helpful, please consider leaving me a rating and review. Your feedback helps me to improve the podcast and grow the show's audience. Follow me on Tw…
 
How can you fund attending college in the U.S.? Bill and Anastasia first discuss reasons why an individual should attend college and when they shouldn't, before launching into a discussion of the various ways you can save or pay for college if you are a U.S. citizen. How does FAFSA work? What type of student loans are available? How and when should…
 
Mental Models discussed in this podcast: Capital Allocation Due Diligence Share Dilution Please review and rate the podcast If you enjoyed this podcast and found it helpful, please consider leaving me a rating and review. Your feedback helps me to improve the podcast and grow the show's audience. Follow me on Twitter and YouTube Twitter Handle: @Tr…
 
Mental Models discussed in this podcast: Concentration vs Diversification Hurdle Rate Circle of Competence Conviction Opportunity Cost Satisficing Please review and rate the podcast If you enjoyed this podcast and found it helpful, please consider leaving me a rating and review. Your feedback helps me to improve the podcast and grow the show's audi…
 
Is investing the same as gambling? Bill and Anastasia dive into a topic that has come up in separate conversations with millennials about cryptocurrency trading. They start by defining investing, gambling, and speculating, then launch into a discussion of casino gambling, sports betting, why people may conflate investing with gambling, and why the …
 
Mental Models discussed in this podcast: Self-Made Millionaire Cumulative Advantage Compounding Power of Habit Privilege Please review and rate the podcast If you enjoyed this podcast and found it helpful, please consider leaving me a rating and review. Your feedback helps me to improve the podcast and grow the show's audience. Follow me on Twitter…
 
What are the common financial concerns of those in their 60s and 70s? Bill and Anastasia tackle the third and final life stage to discuss common questions that individuals ask before, during, or after retirement. How should you balance your portfolio in this life stage? How do you receive Social Security benefits - do you have to register for it? A…
 
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