DiscoverListen Money Matters - Free your inner financial badass. All the stuff you should know about personal finance.
Listen Money Matters - Free your inner financial badass. All the stuff you should know about personal finance.

Listen Money Matters - Free your inner financial badass. All the stuff you should know about personal finance.

Author: ListenMoneyMatters.com | Andrew Fiebert and Matt Giovanisci

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Honest and uncensored - this is not your father’s boring finance show. This show brings much needed ACTIONABLE advice to a people who hate being lectured about personal finance from the out-of-touch one percent. Andrew and Matt are relatable, funny, and brash. Their down-to-earth discussions about money are entertaining whether you’re a financial whiz or just starting out. To be a part of the show and get your financial questions answered, send an email to listenmoneymatters@gmail.com.
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Today we’re talking about our simple strategy for owning and managing rental properties. We have a course called Rental Properties for Passive Investors and we got some feedback that we think it’s important to address. Show Notes Investable Rental Properties For Passive Investors Course Start Investing with Roofstock Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today we have a guest on the show - the Co-Founder and first CEO of Netflix. Marc Randolph to talk about his new book That Will Never work. The real-life, totally improbable story of Netflix’s early days, told in Marc Randolph’s unconventional, engaging, inspiring style. A vivid primer on the realities of startup ventures, and a seriously entertaining read. Now a National Bestseller. Show Notes https://www.marcrandolph.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Is there’s an index fund bubble? Today we’re talking about how index funds are taking over and how the state of index funds should affect how you invest. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today we’re taking a look at how the Golden Butterfly has performed in the recent market correction compared to other investment strategies. We will be looking at The Golden Butterfly, The All Weather Portfolio; and Vanguard’s Total Stock Index and we’re going to compare each portfolio by pretending you had $100,000 perfectly allocated in each strategy as of October 2, 2019 (before COVID-19) and compare it to the portfolio’s value as of April 1, 2020 (6 months later). Show Notes Rental Properties for Passive Investors- An LMM course on our proven, data-driven approach to building a portfolio of income-producing rental properties that perform in the long-term. Use this link to get $50 off the course. Portfoliocharts.com - Portfolio Charts explores practical worldwide index investing strategies using intuitive charts and real-world examples that look beyond the raw numbers Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today is 5 questions episode and we will be talking about foreclosures as a real estate investment, coding bootcamps, timing the market, Fundrise IPO and managing financial goals in your relationship. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It is no secret that Andrew and I each own multiple online businesses that earn us passive income. Before we started we had no idea what we were doing. It’s not easy to start a website from scratch and if you’re not already building an online business you might not even know what a great idea looks like. Today we’re talking about how you can buy an existing online business.  We have a special guest on the show today, Blake Hutchinson, the CEO of Flippa.com. We’ll get into the details of buying on the platform, what to look for, and how to properly value an online business. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today is 5 questions episode and we will be talking about dividend stocks, The Fisher Effect, employees stock options. non-taxable accounts and what to do if history repeats itself. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today we are answering a question from a listener, Andres about buying into a franchise and how they look as business opportunity. We get into actual franchise profitability, compare two popular franchises and explain how one franchisee makes over $2 billion a year. Show Notes Franchise Index Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Outdated gender roles persist both at home and in the office, here’s how one woman makes it work. Our guest today the Director of Global Partnerships and founder of Breadwinning Women at Google, and the host of her own podcast Working Wife, Happy Life. Bethanie Baynes. She talk about her experience being a bread winning woman. Bethanies Website Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today is 5 questions episode and we will be talking about REIT investing, inverse ETF’s, Gold, saving for a house and IRA’s. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Accordingly to the Fidelity Millionaire Outlook Survey, 86% of millionaires are self-made. Even more remarkable, 78% of them started out as middle class or poor. Only 22% grew up in the upper class. That means that the vast majority of millionaires built their wealth the old fashioned way: hard work, consistent saving and investing in the long-term. We’ll explain why rich people are cheap and how you can adopt their simple habits to become a millionaire yourself. Show Notes Warren Buffett Documentary HBO Honey MrBeast Spending 1,000,000 in 24 Hours Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We’re often asked where we are putting our money and, that question has never been more important to us personally. Especially considering the direction the winds are blowing and our feelings with what is happening in the world. We'll be talking about how we're investing our money this year and what is coloring our decisions. Show Notes The Golden Butterfly Investing Strategy Fundrise Real Estate Investing Our Investing Blueprint Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What a weird concept. Loving your kids too much. But it can be true. By giving them too much, by coddling them from every possible disappointment, we turn them into ineffectual adults. From ensuring that everyone gets a trophy to always giving them money when they ask, kids today can't handle normal disappointment and have never had to work or struggle for anything. Mom and Dad are always waiting, poised to smooth whatever path their children are on. But in the name of loving them, we're taking away character building opportunities. This episode was originally broadcasted on October 22, 2014 Full Episode Here Show Notes Succeed Faster: Adam's site to help you build a bigger life. Broke, Busted and Disgusted: Adam's upcoming documentary about student loan debt. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We tend to talk about stocks much more often than bonds. Why? Because since LMM began, our audience has skewed young, most of our listeners are in their twenties and thirties. But the show has been around for seven years now. Those who have been with us from the beginning are seven years older. We want to serve our audience, so we need to focus a little more on bonds. Most of you know the basics, and we've covered bond investing in the past. Today we have returning guest J. David Stein to go a little deeper into the weeds and talk about the yield curve. Full Article Here Show Notes Flatter Flatter: An IPA from SingleCut Beersmiths Blue Light Rain: An unfiltered German Pilsner from Knotted Root Brewing Company Money for the Rest of Us: J. David Stein's site and podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We get dozens of emails from listeners each week asking really thoughtful financial questions. When a question needs a detailed answer or might be helpful to others, we turn it into part of a 5 questions episode. Today we have 5 questions about buying a timeshare, the Lending Club strategy, f**k you money, buying a rental property, and what to do with a million-dollar inheritance. Full Article Here Show Notes Cape May City To Shore: A Double IPA Thick Blueberry Goo: A smoothy style Berliner Weiss. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
There are a lot of bad things happening around us: climate change, weekly mass shootings, rampant opioid addiction, income inequality.  Rather than feeling helpless and frustrated, let’s take matters into our own hands. That’s where socially responsible investing comes in. You can invest in the world you want to live in. Full Article Here Show Notes HopHands: An American Pale Ale Wisp: A Belgian style whip Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Agriculture is the one industry that touches every person on the planet. Agriculture produces the food we eat, the liquids we drink, the clothes we wear, and the furniture we sit on. There are nearly 7.5 billion people on earth, all of whom consume what agriculture produces. Which makes investing in agriculture seem like a no brainer. Full Article Here Show Notes Fat Orange Cat: A white stout brewed with coffee and chocolate Melcher Street: A double dry-hopped IPA Dallas Blonde: An American blonde ale. Harvest Returns: Grow your wealth with passive investments in farming and timberland Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The FIRE movement has carved out a big niche in the personal finance space. FIRE stands for Financial Independence, Retire Early but if you quit traditional work in your 30s or 40s, what will the rest of your life look like? Three or more decades is a lot of time to fill and sitting on the porch in a rocking chair or playing golf aren't going to be enough to fill it. The 30s to 60s can be the prime of life. We're still filled with energy, ideas, and ambitions. Full Article Here Show Notes Apricot Compote: A Sour from Evil Twin Brewing. The Frugal Engineers: Kim and her husband's site.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We get dozens of emails from listeners each week asking really thoughtful financial questions. When a question needs a detailed answer or is of interest to a lot of people, we turn it into part of a 5 questions episode. Today we have 5 questions about debt consolidation, saving money on a move, combining finances, living paycheck to paycheck, and capital gains. Full Article Here Show Notes Lightful: A German-style wheat beer from Tired Hands Brewery. Yule Smith: A double hopped IPA.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We talk a lot about making sure your portfolio is diverse enough to insulate your investments from risk. But if you want to ramp up returns, consider diversifying your retirement with alternative assets. How can you do that? A Self Directed IRA is one of the most powerful tools in your retirement arsenal. Alternative investments can improve your chances of retiring with enough money. Full Article Here Show Notes Apricot Compote Sour: A refreshing summer beer from Evil Twin. Alto: The Alto platform provides users with a simple interface to set up, invest with, and manage a diversified portfolio of alternative assets.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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JR Akers

This episode is a total clusterfuck. Delete it, get your shit together, do better research, act like you know what you are talking about, and try again. I like these guys but Jesus...

Oct 14th
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JR Akers

This guy is going to get salamonila.

Oct 12th
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Cameron MacDonald

is this podcast dead?

Sep 4th
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Thomas Hardwick

Where did you guys go? I miss the show! when are you coming back?

Aug 7th
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Cameron MacDonald

more than half the time it's better to rent? that's the dumbest shit I've ever heard. if your house loses all of its value and is worth 0$ in 25 years when it's paid off you're still doing way better because you have no rent or mortgage to pay for. where as if you rent you pay the rest of your life. So unless your house goes negative which is impossible then you'll always be better off buying

May 23rd
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s k

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May 14th
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Cameron MacDonald

That's not at all how employees share purchase programs work. No wonder Lehman failed if idiots like this worked for them. Lululemon for example matches what the employees put in at increments of 3,6,9% of the employees salary. Either you missed one important way they work. Or you're basing your fact on what one garbage company did instead of doing actual research.

May 9th
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Art d'Arrigo

this is so bad it laughable. nothing more than a couple of guys spouting off. they know nothing and have nothing to impart.

Apr 3rd
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Mitchell Brown

24, started listening a couple months ago along with reading books on personal finance. Definitely has changed my life day to day.

Mar 29th
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Rob Readz

the market is crashing and this is what you guys are putting out ?????!

Mar 25th
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Feb 24th
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jason cole

awesome show

Jan 3rd
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Ivan Terrero

best explanation I have heard on IBC ! Thanks!

Dec 28th
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Ashim Shrestha

G’day guys ( from Australia), what are you drinking? I would love to see myself on your spot in future, I want to learn web design like you guys, my curiosity is- “ is it too late to learn web design as there are platforms like wix which help to make a website, I know nth about web design , what platform is best to learn it? Real course or online course? Any recommendation? Also, is there anyway you could reply on this comment rather than talking on a podcast because I recently started to listen to you guys, I am very far behind, it’s gonna take me ages to reach latest episodes, thanks

Dec 11th
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William Ryans

Could you guys do review of the credit builder app Self.

Nov 22nd
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Emo LeBlanc

Here is a suggestion for a theme song for your show https://music.youtube.com/watch?v=aNODqOQcESs&feature=share

Sep 1st
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Chris 4RealTrip

no lie.. worst one yet. I feel like this episode was a complete waste of time

Aug 15th
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Justin Weeter

Warren Buffet drives a Cadillac.

Jul 22nd
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Brendan Leighton

Listening to the episode of investing and anxiety. It was brought up that people making 100k or even 60k a year are living paycheck to paycheck. That's just ridiculous. I make less than 30k a year and put away $400+ a month. I never think about paying for food, gas, bills, student loans, or anything else I need because I budget. Only when I want to buy something I want, do I sit down and see if I can afford it. Anyone making more than me has no excuse to live paycheck to paycheck. There are some circumstances where someone making more has Needs that can't be lowered (medical expenses for example) and that's a different story. Budgeting works, I learned how to through research, so can everyone else.

Jul 8th
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Baby Chronicles

this is an INSANE podcast! im inlove!

Jul 4th
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