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Best Justin Castelli Cfp podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Justin Castelli Cfp podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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“Family Governance–turning new wealth into old money” is front and center on Jason Howell’s website, and the concept of family governance is not one I was familiar with from a financial planning standpoint. From the quote, you can determine that the act of turning new wealth into old money is accomplished by involving the entire family. But wha ...…
 
The lack of financial literacy in America is a well documented issue, and while many financial advisors discuss the statistics, few have built their firms to really make an impact. I briefly learned about Genti Cici’s mission at the Inside ETF’s Canada conference this summer as he and I spent about 30 minutes talking between sessions. I found o ...…
 
Life never goes as planned; sometimes it’s for the better and sometimes it not. Being flexible is important to handle life’s events and it’s important for your financial plan to be flexible as well. Check out this great post by my friend Jeremy Walter in addition to checking out my thoughts on today’s Rundown. Go ahead and subscribe to the RLS… ...…
 
It only makes sense that today’s Rundown deals with risk tolerance–I am at the Riskalyze Fearless Investing Summit, after all. Go ahead and subscribe to the RLS Wealth Management Rundown Flash Briefing. Disclaimer: Nothing on this blog should be considered advice, or recommendations. If you have questions pertaining to your individual situation ...…
 
Eventually, I’d like to find a way to incorporate wellness and health into my financial planning process–I haven’t figured out how to do it quite yet, so the most I can do is talk about it and encourage my clients to find ways to take care of themselves. A couple of weeks ago, I practiced what I always preached and… Continue Reading→ The post R ...…
 
Wealth/Stack has been well covered–I did my own summary here, so there’s no need for me to revisit how great the conference was. While I was in Scottsdale, I managed to record another Project One Question episode for All About Your Benjamins The Podcast. If I’m being honest, I failed at this episode…not because what you are about to listen to… ...…
 
Ashby Daniels has become a very close friend of mine and this is one of my favorite blog posts he’s written. After talking about his personal story growing up, I knew how his run would turn out…there was no way he wasn’t going to help the woman in distress. Give his post a read and then give a listen to… Continue Reading→ The post Rundown: Ashb ...…
 
Shoutout to my good friend Tyrone Ross for the motivation I needed earlier this morning with his Periscope. I usually don’t put Fed related Rundowns on the podcast, but I wanted to highlight Ty’s Periscope to bring it to your attention. Go watch this video as well! What’s done in the dark will come to light. https://t.co/zbXG3FwjHw — Tyrone V.… ...…
 
The Meeting Of The Minds in Dana Point was one of my favorite videos I’ve recorded this year. After getting such a warm response to it, I decided I am going to do my best to organize a fresh Meeting Of The Minds at each conference I attend. As I’m sure you are well aware, Wealth/Stack wrapped up not too… Continue Reading→ The post Meeting Of Th ...…
 
As much as financial advisors love to solve our clients’ financial planning needs and have all of the answers, the truth is sometimes we don’t have all of the answers. And sometimes we have the answer, but the solution isn’t necessarily easy to accomplish–the most common example/issue is the need for additional income. There are many families w ...…
 
I’ve written about home country bias before, but I thought it would be great to revisit given the U.S. market’s outperformance of international markets for yet another year, well at least up until today. Over allocating to your home country is a common behavioral bias investors suffer from and for U.S. investors, it’s been a benefit over the la ...…
 
Balance is something I try to stress with clients when it comes to their financial plan and my friend Jeremy Walter shares reasons why this is so important. You can find his blog post below. Calibrating Capital: Today Vs. Tomorrowland Go ahead and subscribe to the RLS Wealth Management Rundown Flash Briefing. Disclaimer: Nothing on this blog sh ...…
 
Audience: Clients and Financial Advisors There are numerous factors to consider when it comes to retirement planning, and I don’t know of anyone better suited to discuss some of these topics than Ashby Daniels, CFP®, so I asked him to join me for a conversation covering some of them. In this episode we discuss: Understanding and re-evaluating y ...…
 
The job of a budget is to align your use of capital with your values. — Carl Richards (@behaviorgap) July 3, 2019 Go ahead and subscribe to the RLS Wealth Management Rundown Flash Briefing. Disclaimer: Nothing on this blog should be considered advice, or recommendations. If you have questions pertaining to your individual situation you should c ...…
 
At the IMN Global Indexing and ETF conference in Dana Point, a group of talented financial professionals got together in a hotel room for an impromptu conversation about the current state of financial services, the future, improvements we’d like to make, and what excites us the most about our profession. You may have seen all or parts of the vi ...…
 
Congratulations to the Toronto Raptors and Mr. “Board Man Gets Paid” Kawhi Leonard on winning the NBA Championship last evening. When it comes to trash talk, Kawhi isn’t the flashiest with “Board”, “Nope”, “Bucket” and the infamous “Board Man Gets Paid”, but he is one the best NBA players and multi-champion. His game isn’t much flashier that hi ...…
 
George Kinder is the father of the Life Planning movement, a unique approach to financial planning, and author of one of my favorite planning books, The Seven Stages Of Money Maturity; he also recently released another book that expands on the life planning concept called A Golden Civilization And The Map Of Mindfulness, which we discuss later ...…
 
There’s no shortage of articles explaining how cutting back on minor spending, like daily coffees, can help jump-start savings (or paying down debt), and while not spending as much on coffee will certainly help, it most likely won’t make or break a financial plan. The realest answer to the problem of wanting or needing to save more is to make… ...…
 
George Kinder is the father of life planning and more in-depth and intentional financial planning process; I had the privilege to talk with George for an episode that will be on the podcast next week, but I couldn’t wait to share the three questions that he teaches in his book The Seven Stages Of Money Maturity. Give today’s Rundown a… Continue ...…
 
Last July I did a Whiteboard Video about the inverted yield curve. Earlier this year I talked about the inverted yield curve on a couple of the Week In Review Videos. And today, the Rundown is about the inverted yield curve again. As talks with China appear to be going nowhere, for the time being, investors are re-evaluating their tolerance… Co ...…
 
On Monday the University of Michigan’s Consumer Sentiment Index hit a fifteen year high at 102.4, with expectations of 97.5. Check out today’s Rundown to learn more about the index and why investors pay attention to the reading. Be sure to subscribe to RLS Wealth Management’s Rundown on Amazon Disclaimer: Nothing on this blog should be consider ...…
 
Can you imagine graduating college, excited to head out into the workforce, but also a little nervous about the student loan payments you will soon be making–only to have the commencement speaker inform you he is covering the graduating class’s student loans through a grant? Well, the seniors at Morehouse College experienced this over the weeke ...…
 
The stereotypical goals of retirement and college are important and often the focus of a financial plan, but the probably won’t bring the greatest satisfaction in your life. What about the other values and experiences that are important to you and your family? Are you planning for those? Do you even know what those are? In Friday’s RLS Wealth M ...…
 
From the May 15th, 2019 RLS Wealth Management Rundown on your Alexa devices. As a quick follow up to Tuesday’s Rundown, the selloff Monday was met with nice bounce on Tuesday…I talk about why you shouldn’t get too excited about it. Bitcoin, with the little “b”, is on a nice little run this year, up over 100%, and I’m starting to… Continue Readi ...…
 
From the May 13th, 2019 RLS Wealth Management Alexa Flash Briefing: United Capital sells for $750 million to Goldman Sachs. One of the largest companies in the Registered Investment Advisor (RIA) world crosses over to Wall Street–what does this mean to advisors and clients of United Capital, along with other RIAs? I share my thoughts, which are ...…
 
(041) I knew when Kyle offered to fly out to Fishers to see me we would have a day filled with great conversation and record top-notch content. I had no idea the videos we’d record would be so good that I’d have to make a podcast out of them. With nearly 35 minutes of important information, I was afraid many… Continue Reading→ The post Kyle Van ...…
 
Episode 40: It seems as if the American Dreams of a college education and home ownership have put many individuals, particularly Millennials, in financial distress. Financial advisors are not immune from the same financial constraints we help our clients with, and in a couple of honest blog posts, Chris Haigh, CFP® shared his experience and ang ...…
 
Episode 39: In the last year I’ve begun to work with more entrepreneurs and have begun learning new planning strategies that while may not be a good fit for everyone, can be very impactful for business owners and other entrepreneurs. In an effort to continue to expand my horizons as a financial advisor, I met Nina O’Neal who has been… Continue ...…
 
Episode 38: Establishing a solid financial foundation starts in the home; most people develop their money habits, good or bad, from their parents. While it’s not the case for everyone, most carry on the same behaviors witnessed when while growing up which means it is important for parents to show good money habits, but also teach them to their ...…
 
The future of financial services is very bright; there’s a lot to be excited about: The technology. Access to information. The people. And more. I’m not the only one optimistic about the future–while at the Inside ETFs conference this week I managed to grab nineteen of my friends and asked them all the same question, “When you think about the… ...…
 
I’ll keep this introduction short; Khe Hy has been someone I’ve been following for almost two years now–I first heard him on Patrick O’Shaughnessy’s podcast Invest Like The Best and was captivated by his story. I’ve enjoyed his writing and podcast, Rad Awakenings, and it was a tremendous honor to have him the show. We cover a lot of ground… Con ...…
 
We’ve covered various behavior biases impacting investors’ portfolios, and in this episode, we will explore a new one…one you’ve probably never thought about–sector bias. Lawrence Hamtil, a principal with Fortune Financial Advisors, is one of FinTwit’s top investment researchers and writers, and he has written extensively on this topic. I love ...…
 
There is no shortage of stories of professional athletes going bankrupt or being taken advantage of by financial advisors, and my guest Amobi Okugo is determined to change those narratives. Amobi is a professional soccer player in the MLS (fun fact: he went pro after his freshman year at UCLA) and the founder of A Frugal Athlete, which is his… ...…
 
In the last episode, we discussed the importance of diversification and now we build upon it and discuss how to optimize a diversified portfolio. Just like the last episode, we cover a number of strategies and mention some companies–these should not be mistaken for recommendations. This episode is meant to be a conversation, educational, and an ...…
 
There is overwhelming evidence suggesting diversification provides a tremendous “free” benefit for investors. Yet despite the evidence, many investors fail to properly diversify. Whether it be overweighting to their home country, chasing returns, or not even having an investment strategy, too many investors underperform due to succumbing to beh ...…
 
Private equity is an asset class many investors know very little about. It’s limited to the wealthy– you have to be an accredited investor ($1 million in net worth, excluding primary residence or $200k single/$300k married annual income) to have access to the best managers and it tends to be illiquid, which also makes it not the best investment ...…
 
At some point this summer I noticed a new and very active member in the FinTwit community; he was reaching out to all of the people we know and respect to meet for coffee, lunch, dinner, or just some of their time to ask questions and learn. It was obvious he was having success by the thank you tweets he… Continue Reading? The post An Introduct ...…
 
The personal finance and investing experience is constantly changing and changing for the better thanks to technology; Fintech is providing education, access, and leveling the playing field and there are few people, if any, who are entrenched in the space than Ian Rose. Ian is the CEO of StockTwits, a platform for investors to trade ideas and l ...…
 
It all started with a tweet. I’ve been an avid reader of James Clear for the last couple of years, and when I saw he was releasing a book, Atomic Habits, I immediately pre-ordered it. Not too long after placing my order, I saw James mention he would be making the rounds in the podcast circuit so I decided to tweet… Continue Reading? The post At ...…
 
Behavioral finance, the field of understanding why we make the decisions we do with money, is not a new topic for this podcast; I am fascinated by the subject and it is a tremendous honor to have Dr. Daniel Crosby on this episode. Dr. Crosby has just released a book called The Behavioral Investor, which is a must-read for anyone… Continue Readi ...…
 
Fintech has already made its impact on investment management, and with innovators like Andres Garcia-Amaya, it’s moving its sights toward financial planning and advice. While most Fintech companies are focusing on driving the cost of investing down, more companies are coming along looking to help individuals find a financial advisor that best f ...…
 
Last month I spent three days in St. Louis at the XY Planning Network’s annual conference, XYPN Live, learning and discussing how advisors can collectively continue to move the financial planning industry forward. Most in attendance were financial advisors and most of those financial advisors were CFP® Professionals and XYPN members; however, t ...…
 
What if you were able to create a financial plan that led you to the life you wanted–I’m not talking about retirement at 65, putting your kids through college, and the typical goals covered by most financial plans, but the life YOU really want to be living? Most financial advisors aren’t equipped with the skills to help their clients reach this ...…
 
Many Millennials are entering a stage in their lives where proper financial planning will make a huge impact on their futures. The trouble is, for so long financial advisors didn’t want to work with young professionals, which led to a group of individuals believing they don’t need or aren’t ready for financial planning. Fortunately, there is a ...…
 
Unless you’re a CPA, you probably don’t like to think about taxes, but after listening to this episode with Bill Sweet, you just might. Bill is the CFO and resident tax expert at Ritholtz Wealth Management, one of the fastest growing RIA’s in the country, and he is the perfect guest to make taxes interesting. I asked Bill to join… Continue Read ...…
 
Gaming and esports are quietly becoming a multi-billion dollar industry, and it’s not just the game and device makers profiting. Gamers and e-athletes are receiving college scholarships, endorsements, and surprising incomes for playing their favorite video games. Blake Street, a founding partner and Chief Investment Officer for Warren Street We ...…
 
In America, we tend to take the economic and personal freedoms we have for granted; not all countries allow for basic human rights like property ownership, equal rights for women, banking rights, and more. In this episode, I am joined by Perth Tolle, the founder of Life and Liberty Indexes to discuss the index she has created which allows inves ...…
 
Wouldn’t it be great if your investment dollars were able to impact the way the world’s largest companies conduct business? Thanks to Socially Responsible Investing (SRI), investors have the ability to invest in companies meeting a variety of different screens in an attempt to do just that. One of the most popular themes of SRI is ESG investing ...…
 
The eighteenth episode of All About Your Benjamins The Podcast is a special project I came up with shortly before heading to California for the Evidence-Based Investing Conference (EBI); this special project consisted of asking some of my friends from FinTwit (Finance Twitter), along with some of the individuals I look up to the most, one quest ...…
 
On the seventeenth episode of All About Your Benjamins The Podcast I’m joined by Brian Portnoy, Director of Investment Education for Virtus Investment Partners. In addition to his role with Virtus, Brian is also an esteemed author, and I asked him to join me to discuss his newest book, The Geometry Of Wealth. As you will hear me mention in the… ...…
 
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