Millionaires Unveiled interviews and tells the stories of everyday millionaires. We provide detailed insight into their investing strategies and current portfolio allocation.
How did they get started? What decisions did they make along the way? How has their portfolio allocation changed, and what are they doing now to not only keep, but also grow, their highly sought after "millionaire" status?
From these extensive and thought provoking interviews, you'll be able to assess your current portfolio allocation, learn investing strategies, and join the fast track to financial success.
196: Net Worth of 500K - 32 Years Old - 28% of Net Worth in Home Equity
Justin has a net worth of 500K and is on his way to becoming a millionaire. Of the 500K, about 28% is in home equity. He is 32 years old and works in real estate. Justin share insight into his market investments, how much cash to hold and why (he prefers six months of living expenses). He also discusses what's worth spending more money on, his most expensive car purchase, who influenced him most in his life, and how his financial journey got started.
195: Net Worth of 3.75M - "For Every Dollar I Spend, I Want Two Dollars Coming In"
Logan has a current net worth of 3.75M, of which most is invested in real estate. He has 55 total units, primarily single family rental properties. Logan discusses how he got started in real estate which includes buying his first rental for about 40K. He paid off 110K in student loans and now works as a nurse anesthetist. He also shares details on renovating homes, finding good contractors and life insurance.
194: Net Worth of 1.9M - "Freedom is the Best Thing You Can Buy with Your Money"
Greg has a net worth of 1.9M, 1.2M of which is in different retirement accounts. Besides his paid for house, he has his wife hold no real real estate. Greg discusses paying off his home (15 year mortgage) in seven years and now being completely debt free. He shares how his journey started (via Dave Ramsey) and how he became a millionaire at the age of 39. Greg recently quit his full time job to work just two days a week and no enjoys more freedom and flexibility with his time.
193: Net Worth of 4M - Starting and Building Two Small Businesses
Brian is a small business owner and CEO of his current company, GreenPal, a lawn mowing technology company. He has a net worth of 4M, most of which (3M) is invested in single family real estate which cash flows over 150K annually. He also has 300K invested in total stock market funds as well. Brian shares thoughts on growing his business with no debt, allocating money back into his business, and buying and holding real estate.
192: Net Worth of 1.8M - Saving 50% of Gross Income
Jay has a net worth of 1.8M. He and his wife both have government jobs working for the department of defense. He saves 50% of his gross income and lives off of 20% of his gross income. He attended the Air Force and discussed the importance of marrying the right person. Jay also shares thoughts on risk tolerance, real estate investing (he has no real estate), living debt free, frugality and teaching children positive financial behavior.
191: Net Worth of 1M - The Wealthy Custodian, Max Salary of 47K
Jeff, the wealthy custodian, has worked at the same school district for over 30 years. His max salary was 47K, and he has a net worth of over 1M which excludes his pension. He is 55 years old and discusses all things portfolio allocation, the value of one's time, and the joy of simple living. Jeff also shared advice on creating assets that cash flow, why material items and money don't define you, and the importance of consistent investing and taking chances when opportunities arise.
Hooked. Can’t Wait to Be a Guest!
I never get tired of listening to this podcast. Each story is unique and offers something for the listener to take and apply to their own financial journey.The hosts do an excellent job of asking poignant questions and never talk over or interrupt the guests. Looking forward to being a guest myself in a few years!
Good format, I just wish callers were clearer about their debt to give a better picture of their situation
Best Podcast of All Time
This podcast is so motivating! Best podcast show ever...it’s my favorite podcast show of all time. The questions that they ask each guest give great insight into the millionaire’s strategy and belief surrounding money. I’ve learned so much! I love each and every guest... I’ve listened to every episode so far. Hoping to be a guest myself on the podcast one day! 🤞