Don’t manage your money like an old white dude. Manage your money like a gansta! Learn how via our rap video and new book, Mastering Mint.
We interview Mark Deal who founded a company that connects overseas investors with Americans who want to start businesses and create new jobs.
Which of your financial obligations should you meet first, loans, investing, credit cards? Learn where to best allocate your money.
At LMM we bang the drum loudly in favor of investing over saving. But are there times when it’s better to just save? We’ll find out today.
Today we interview Bobby Monks and Justin Jaffy about their book, Uninvested and understanding the pitfalls of Wall Street.
Did you play Monopoly with your family when you were a kid? If you did, you probably learned some valuable financial lessons, even if you tipped the board when you lost. Personal finance isn’t a game but there are lessons to be learned from the game of Monopoly.
There are a lot of personal finance terms that are thrown around that many of us don’t really understand so when we hear them, we just nod and smile. But LMM is all about education so we’re going to devote this episode to understanding financial bubbles.
We receive a lot of questions on these topics so we brought in an expert. Today we discuss wills, trusts, and estate planning with Tyler.
In this episode we answer another listener question about whether he should invest in a Traditional 401k, a Roth 401k, or both.
Active trading is buying securities and holding them for a short time before selling. We put the practice on trial and make a case against it.
Interested in purchasing individual stocks? Listener Patrick Kenneally teaches us how to research stocks.
If you know personal finance you know the term timing the market. Is market timing is a good strategy or impossible to do?
Investing can be confusing, especially if you are a beginner. Bulls and bears, buy or hold, investing even has its own language! But is investing something anyone can DIY or do you need a financial advisor?
A few months ago we did an introduction to bonds episode. We wanted to get a little deeper into the topic and a listener, Eric, agreed to help us out.
There are many different aspects to personal finance but the one that is most intimidating is investing. By the time you finish reading Investing for Beginners, you will have all of the knowledge you need to start investing.
Have some money or a family? Then you need estate planning. I’ll give you a primer to familiarize you with what it involves.
Our listener Eric has made an appearance in the past to school us on bonds. Today he’s back to teach us about inflation.
We’ll discuss a boring subject, how stocks, bonds, and funds work but make it less boring by using Arrested Development to illustrate our points!
No one can predict when a recession will happen but October was warning of things to come. A recession fire drill if you will. When we understand what a recession is, we can take steps to protect ourselves from the fallout.