7 episodes

Be honest. How much do you know about investing? Want to learn how the pros do it? Maybe you just need to know where to begin. Join money expert Melissa Leong as she guides you on a six-episode journey to financial empowerment.

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    • 4.6, 79 Ratings

Be honest. How much do you know about investing? Want to learn how the pros do it? Maybe you just need to know where to begin. Join money expert Melissa Leong as she guides you on a six-episode journey to financial empowerment.

    Episode 6: What are the habits for long-term success?

    Episode 6: What are the habits for long-term success?

    Making improvements in life is all about habits. So how do we make good ones for long-term investing success? In the last episode of Money Moves, Melissa asks RBC’s Rajan Bansi (her new friend) for his tips to keep you on track for your financial goals.

    • 27 min
    Episode 5: How is technology changing how we invest?

    Episode 5: How is technology changing how we invest?

    Technology is transforming every corner of our lives – and that includes its impact on our money. In this episode, we delve into how technology is affecting the way we invest. Melissa chats with fellow personal finance podcaster Jessica Moorhouse, plus we hear from several industry experts about how they think tech will change investing in the next five years.

    • 26 min
    Episode 4: What's a responsible investment, anyway?

    Episode 4: What's a responsible investment, anyway?

    Can money have morals? When it comes to investing in companies, who decides what’s right and wrong with business practices and standards? If you want your money to be an extension of your values, this episode is for you. Melissa speaks with Melanie Adams, RBC’s head of the corporate governance and responsible investment team to better understand ethics and investing.

    • 26 min
    Episode 3: How to be ok with risk

    Episode 3: How to be ok with risk

    Most people are inherently risk averse, but all investing involves an element of risk. So how do you balance the two? Melissa shares stories about her risk tolerance and we hear from her husband about his introduction into the stock market at 17. Plus, Melissa talks with Stu Kedwell of RBC’s global asset management about building investor resilience.

    • 28 min
    Episode 2: How to think like an analyst

    Episode 2: How to think like an analyst

    We hear the story of how Anne Koyama got into investing and used those investments to start her own business, Koyama Press. Plus, we speak to John Bai, the President and CEO of RBC’s Direct Investing to learn how the pros do it. Melissa provides her key takeaways that the average investor can use.

    • 22 min
    Episode 1: Getting started

    Episode 1: Getting started

    On the first episode of Money Moves, we hear from Melissa’s dad about his shoebox saving strategy for his kids. We also get candid with fellow personal finance podcaster and money expert Bruce Sellery about lessons learned. Melissa shares her takeaways for things to know when getting started on your investing journey.

    • 26 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
79 Ratings

79 Ratings

syph-_around ,

Great advice!

Very approachable style, easy to understand. I found this podcast extremely valuable.

Donna Yuen ,

Great storytelling, interesting topics, craving for more

Melissa and the team do an incredible job educating the everyday person on important finance topics in a fun, story telling format that is digestible in bite size pieces. I never thought I’d say that finance is fun to learn about until Money Moves.

This podcast has NPR HBIT vibes. It’s a big bonus that Melissa is Canadian, female, and Asian. Representation is so important, and valued. We need more broadcasters like her, and I’m crossing my fingers for more seasons!

Amanda Hams ,

Excellent for intro to financial literacy and beyond!

I have been watching Lise for years on TV as the resident financial expert on CTV’s The Social, and I instantly fell in love with her teaching style. She is charismatic, intelligent and makes finances fun! This podcast is no different. I love Melissa’s personal flair as she invites guests from her personal life to share their money moves stories! This podcast is perfect for all ranges of folks—those beginning to build their financial literacy repertoire, to those who have it down and want to hear it from the pros.

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