The Dough Roller Money Podcast helps people make the most of their money. Through interviews, news, tips and resources, the show helps you take your finances to the next level. Whether you are just starting out, under a mountain of debt, or nearing retirement, the Dough Roller Podcast can help you achieve your financial goals. And remember, the best thing money can buy is financial freedom.
DR Podcast 338: Listener Q&A on Building a Sound Asset Allocation Plan
Is there a formula for creating a perfect portfolio? In this episode, Rob answer's some listener questions and tells us what's important for building a sound asset allocation plan.
DR Podcast 337: Forecasting the Next Stimulus Bill
In podcast episode 337, Rob gives us an overview of where things stand with a possible second stimulus package. Find out Rob's predictions on what could be included in another stimulus deal and when we could expect it to happen.
DR Podcast 336: Where Should you Put Your Emergency Fund Given Current Interest Rates?
Rob answers more questions from viewers in episode 336. Today he discusses where you should put your emergency fund, savings account and bond fund and talks about what on earth’s happening with interest rates.
DR Podcast 335: How to Make the Most of Credit Card Rewards
In episode 335, Rob responds to a new listener’s question concerning credit cards, credit cards rewards and Rob’s system for saving them and investing them in a separate account with M1 Finance.
DR Podcast 334: The Bucket Strategy
Rob alluded to the bucket strategy in the last podcast (333) so we recommend you listen to that first and follow up with this to discover a practical strategy for managing your investments in retirement, which will help you avoid selling stocks during a bear market.
DR Podcast 333: The Art of Learning
In this week’s podcast, Rob discusses something a little different - it isn’t directly about money but it will help you to grow your knowledge base in the spheres of investing and personal finance. Listen on for some top reading recommendations, Rob’s note-taking method and a couple of learning hacks.