Millennial Investing by The Investor's Podcast Network is hosted by Robert Leonard (@therobertleonard) and Clay Finck (@Clay_Finck). They cover not only investing basics and investment and financial advice, but also business topics such as entrepreneurship, side hustles, personal development, and more to help educate and inspire the millennial generation. The show's mission is to improve people's financial literacy and business savvy in order to help anyone make better investment decisions with both their time AND money.
Real Estate 101 by The Investor’s Podcast Network is hosted by Robert Leonard. He brings on a wide range of guests, from fellow “newbie” investors investing as a side hustle to full-time multimillionaire real estate investors to walk you through all the questions and roadblocks you face as a new investor. You don’t have to face the world of real estate investing alone – let Robert, and his guests, be your guide on your investing journey. Break past the paralysis-by-analysis stage and get your first deal, or next deal, done with actionable tips, strategies, and guidance from Robert and guests!
Start listening, and join millions of listeners learning to invest! Follow Robert on Instagram and Twitter at @therobertleonard, and follow Clay on Twitter at @Clay_Finck.
REI098: You Can Buy Real Estate from Colleges w/ Michael Stohler
Robert Leonard talks with Michael Stohler about how to get into hotel investing with no or very little experience, how Airbnb and VRBO play into Michael’s strategy on hotels, how COVID made an impact on his business in the short-term, and how he expects it to continue to play out over the long-term, and much, much more!
MI Rewind: Owning Your Dream through Side Hustles and Entrepreneurship w/ Neil Patel
Robert Leonard revisits his talk with Neil Patel in this Millennial Investing Rewind episode, wherein they chat about how he got started as an entrepreneur, his thoughts on side hustles, and how everyone should own their dream.
MI120: Bitcoin and Financial Independence w/ Jim Crider
Clay Finck chats with Jim Crider about the benefits of having a financial planner, how millennials differ from other clients Jim has worked with, what it really means to achieve financial independence, how to deal with information overload, Jim’s thoughts on Bitcoin, and much, much more!
REI097: Deep Dive Into My RV Rental w/ Robert Leonard
In this week’s episode, Robert Leonard teaches all about investing in RV rentals by walking through his experience with his first RV rental investment.
MI Rewind: Stock Investing Q&A and Alternative Investing in Fine Wine w/ Anthony Zhang
Robert Leonard does another Millennial Investing Rewind, wherein he starts out with a Q&A from listeners' questions about stock investing, then he sits down with Anthony Zhang to talk about how he built businesses at a young age and why investors should consider investing in fine wine.
MI119: Biggest Lessons of Entrepreneurship w/ Jason Saltzman
Clay Finck chats with Jason Saltzman about what led Jason to pursue a career in entrepreneurship, the biggest lessons he learned in working with over 20 start-ups over his life, some of the challenges he encountered along the way and how he found a way to persevere through them, how he ended up transitioning to the consumer debt space, what tips he has for millennials to prevent debt from becoming too big of a problem, and much, much more!
Great for all experience levels
I started by listening to the flagship podcast with Preston and stig. I started listening to Millennial Investing recently. Clay and Robert do a great job asking good questions. You can gain value from listening whether you’re an experienced investor or a noob. Highly recommend
Good to learn and get motivated
Stig and Preston made a good call with Robert. On the latest episode you can tell how much experience he has gained in Real estate. He was able to ask questions that we would all like to ask and he focused on details and not the typical podcast superficial stuff. Great to see how TIP is growing and appealing to other demographics without losing its brand and focus.
A podcast about nothing
I’ve listened to a few episodes 8-10 minutes in and it’s just advertisements and people talking about how well their own investments have done. Misleading title.