Money is hard to make, keep, and control—and almost everyone gets it wrong sometimes. Now, ex-Wall Street trader Jared Dillian is here to talk to you about money: from sorting out your personal finances to killing it on the stock market and everything in between. If you want to own your life—instead of borrowing or renting it—you need to start listening today.
The Worst Traders of All Time
Companies have been buying back their stock since 1983. It boosts prices, which makes shareholders happy. Of course, it can kill the company when it buys at $40, shares drop to $15, and the entire industry grinds to a halt.
Don't Fall for a Financial Fast Talker
If someone is trying to sell you a financial product or service that you don’t understand—don’t buy it. Have a low level of trust when it comes to your money. And take these steps to move from financial dependence to independence.
What a Pro Wants You to Know about Life Insurance
Chuck Hinners talks with Jared about building a 45-year career in life insurance and why picking a highly rated provider is just as important as buying the right (term, universal, or whole-life) policy.
Economic & Other Absurdity
Day trading has turned into a national obsession. People are quitting their jobs and buying the stock of a strip club that closed due to COVID. But don't look to the Fed to put an end to all this speculation.
Personal Finance Laws to Live By
Ben Carlson wrote a smart piece in Fortune about personal finance laws to live by. In this episode, Jared reviews his favorites and shares a few more smart strategies.
How to Really Beat Wall Street
Wall Street wants you in the markets just like Las Vegas wants you in the casinos. That’s because the more bets you make, the more chances THEY have to make money—even without charging commissions! Here’s the logical way to defeat their logic… and win big in the end.
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This podcast is particularly easy to listen to, because it’s like having a conversation with a very interesting and intelligent friend. Jared and enlightens with interesting facts and commentary about the markets, life, and having interests outside of financial. Love listening to this over my morning coffee or out for a quick walk.