In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Martin from Studenomics.
Martin is a fun personal finance content creator helping 20 and 30-somethings to manage their finances, make more money and enjoy better lives. We will talk about his unique approach to personal finance, how you can make more money and we will discuss a topic that has been on both our minds for a while as well : how the motivational content online (you know the Gary Vaynerchuk or Grant Cardone videos) is getting you excited but actually nowhere. It can even ruin you.
This episode is for you if you are looking at making more money from side hustles and/or if you enjoy motivational content a little too much! … More Making more money with Side Hustles and How the Motivational Industry is Getting You Nowhere with Martin
In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Daniel from Mr. Financial Freedom.
He is a 20-something from Germany and started his Personal Finance adventure only recently. It all started with stumbling upon a Personal Finance book in a bookstore while on holidays and here we are 3 years later discussing his clear plan on how to become financially free! … More Can you become financially free in Europe by reading US personal finance books?
In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Mr. Money Mage.
He is a UK-based Personal Finance blogger on his journey to reach Financial Independence. He has a principled view on how he intends to reach this goal and to him, Financial Independence can be achieved by anyone no matter your income today or your background.
We will discuss a few of his principles and how anyone can start building his personal path to Financial Independence. We touch upon topics such as growing your income, work-life balance, his approach to investing and, on that note, we also talk about his take on P2P lending platforms. … More How to reach Financial Independence growing and saving your money without losing your sleep with Money Mage
In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Sunitha from Griffix Property Group.
She is passionate about real estate and started to build her real estate portfolio only 2 years ago and now owns 4 properties all while being active in her full-time job.
Suni will share why she entered the real estate market in the first place, how as a landlord she is dealing with the Covid-19 situation and how she got creative and managed to finance those properties. She also converted a long-term rental unit into an Airbnb and we discuss how you can turn that into a profitable venture. … More How to build your real estate portfolio and how to run a profitable Airbnb rental unit with Sunitha
In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Kat from the Wildly Wealthy Life podcast.
Kat is from the Philippines and came 15 years ago to the US (Los Angeles) to pursue her artist’s dream career, she is a full-on artist : She dances, she teaches piano and is an aerialist. Despite the variable and unpredictable income that comes with such a career she has still managed to get out of debt, purchase a multifamily home with her husband and she is living her wildly wealthy life!
Kat will share her inspiring story on how she started her real estate investing journey with an irregular source of income, how she budgets and how her background has played an important part in how she manages her finances. Talking about her background, we will also discuss a few cultural money differences she faced when coming to the US. … More How to Live Your Unconventional and Wildly Wealthy Life with Kat
Today we will have the pleasure to talk to Damian from Banker on FIRE. Together we will debunk the myths about investment bankers and discuss his journey to Financial Independence. … More Debunking The Common Myths about Investment Bankers with Damian
With the fantastic age of the internet, more and more investing opportunities are constantly coming to the market. The article contains a great tool which will select for you the best possible online investment platforms matching your investment profile. The extensive list of various online investment opportunities belong to the below categories.
Hedge Funds and Private Equity
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Not your classic stock portfolio, right?
… More Find the best alternative online investment platforms for you to make money (US and Europe)
In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend The Poor Swiss.
The Poor Swiss is a Swiss (duh!) blogger writing about his pursuit of Financial Independence. One of the ways he tries to achieve this is through investing in the stock markets.
When one looks for information in English on investing in the stock markets, one often stumbles upon articles/podcasts of our US friends telling all about investing in low-cost index funds like a Vanguard S&P500 fund. We will discuss if this approach makes sense for us here in Europe. We also discuss how and where to look for ETF’s and share reviews on European online brokers (DeGiro and Interactive brokers).
This episode is for you if you are living in Europe and want to know more about getting started with investing in the stock markets. … More Investing in the Stock Markets when you live in Europe with The Poor Swiss
In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Nadia from Speaking of Cents.
She writes about a variety of topics around personal finance and focuses mostly on the mindset that revolves around managing your money. The aim of the blog (and Youtube channel) is to educate people on how to manage their money at any point in their life regardless of their income.
We will discuss what financial stability means, why it is important, why people struggle with it and Nadia will provide an actionable 7-step plan to achieve that Financial Stability.
This episode is for you if you are getting started with your finances and want some guidance on improving your financial situation or find your way to work towards larger financial goals. … More What Financial Stability means for different people and how you can manage your money in order to achieve financial stability with Nadia
Caroline from Costa Rica FIRE will tell us how she reached FIRE under “exceptional circumstances”: She stumbled upon the FIRE movement in her 40s, she and her husband Scott have 2 daughters, their strategy was to focus on Real Estate and they did all of this while living in New York, a high cost of living area! We will discuss Caroline’s journey and she will share how she and her husband managed to change their lifestyle completely and reached FIRE. And we will also discuss how they managed to buy property after property both in the US and abroad (Costa Rica!). … More How to hit FIRE in your 40s living in an HCOL city with Caroline