Grow your dividend income, the European way! In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend European DGI, DGI stands for Dividend Growth Investment. Mr. European DGI is passionate about dividend investing and he shares his European perspective on the matter on his blog and podcast. The dividend growth investment strategy is his chosen path … More How to Reach Financial Independence Through Dividend Stock Investing with European DGI
What stories do the stock markets tell us about companies? In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Alex Mason, host of the Stock Stories Podcast. I only started to listen to his podcast about stocks and investing recently and really enjoy learning more about every company. While he focuses mostly on S&P500 companies … More How to Start Investing in Individual Stocks with Alex
Hint: Money Is Still An Emotional Topic In This Digital Age In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Brian Thorp from Wealthtender. After an extensive career working with global asset management, Brian founded his company Wealthtender with the aim of connecting people with the best fitting financial resource, educator, or advisor. We will … More Why Human Interaction Still Matters For Financial Advice with Brian
If you are new to the personal finance world and you want to take control of your finances, a fantastic and rather cheap way to get started is to read books about personal finance and money.
Most personal finance books are written in simple language and do not require an advanced Ph.D. in econometrics. The most influential personal finance books I have read and heard about are accessible to anyone. And with a couple of friends, we came up with this list of 10 accessible books we warmly recommend for any Personal Finance newbies. … More 10 Life-Changing Personal Finance Books For Beginners
An introduction to Qube Money: A modern digital cash envelope banking and App system In your day-to-day financial life, knowing what your money is used for and where it goes is an essential piece of your overall finances. This can be tackled through a budget or a spending plan. Both are the same in essence: You … More How to take control of your finances with Qube Money
With the recent murder of George Floyd and the current protests happening in the US, I wanted to share some thoughts around racial inequality on the Podcast as well. I got connected with Jason Hines, Jason is no expert on these thematics but he is nevertheless deeply motivated to share his thoughts as well and to raise awareness on the issue. … More A Deeper Look at Racial Inequality in America and Personal Finance with Jason
In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Dee from Kids Money Academy.
When Dee introduced herself in the Fincon community she mentioned her website which directly intrigued me. I believe that teaching kids about money is very important for their future!
We will mainly discuss the importance of instilling a positive money mindset to your kids from a young age and how to get started. Dee will also share tips on how to talk to your kids about the current coronavirus situation. We will touch upon the Kids Money Academy as well and we end the show with a special money saving tip you would never had thought of before ! (It will not apply to everyone though) … More How to talk to your kids about the coronavirus (COVID-19) and still instill a positive mindset with Dee
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 Jerry from Peerless Money Mentor.
Despite being equipped with two degrees, Jerry found himself in too much debt and overspent on things he could not afford. He luckily refinanced some of that heavy debt and entered little by little into the personal finance space.
Jerry will share his experience on how he got into debt in the first place (From Broke Phi Broke…) and how he managed to crush it (…to Financially Woke). In the next part, we will exchange perspectives on side hustles like driving for Uber, freelancing, answering online surveys, helping companies with their social media marketing, etc. We will evaluate the pros and cons and if they make financial sense at all. … More Escaping Broke Phi Broke and Making Financial Sense of Side Hustles with Jerry
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