Finally, a money show you're going to love! Prepare to be entertained every Monday when Mrs. and Mr. Mad Money Monster sit down to talk about smart money moves minus the gimmicks. You won't hear the duo pushing you to bike to work or ditch those lattes. Instead, you'll be entertained with real money stories from two people who have a ton of experience doing it all wrong.
Covering everything from financial independence to budgeting, debt, retirement, and more, there's bound to be a story for you!
3 Financial Moves to Survive an Economic Crisis
We all knew the longest financial bull run would eventually come to an end. We just didn’t expect it to come to a screeching halt in a few short weeks. Nevertheless, here we are. In light of this global economic situation, we’re discussing what you can do to keep your sanity. (more&hellip.
A FIRE-y Debate With Diania Merriam
If you’re interested in financial independence or the FIRE movement and want to learn more, you cannot miss today’s episode with the Chief Economeist and Founder of the EconoMe Conference, Diania Merriam. (more&hellip.
How Not To Buy A House
When Mr. MMM embarked on his first home-buying experience, he nearly got what he wished for. After a year of searching for the perfect home, he and his ex-wife thought they found real estate bliss when they stumbled upon a newly-built, contemporary home situated on 8 wooded acres. But before signing on the dotted line, he started to have second thoughts. (more&hellip.
What’s Wrong With Working For The Man
A couple of weeks ago there was a Tweet heard ’round the personal finance world that triggered a storm in the #FIRE community. One highly-respected finance expert posted a statement and another highly-respected finance expert responded. A war ensued. (more&hellip.
The FI Community’s Love Affair With Youth
It’s no secret America has a love affair with youth. Everywhere you turn there are romanticized stories of Millennials and Gen Z-ers doing extraordinary things with their money. On top of it all, “OK, Boomer” has become a household term…and not in a good way. This historical love affair seems to have seeped into the Financial Independence Community with the focus being on...
3 Steps To Contentment And Happiness
Oftentimes, contentment can be deemed a dirty word and something you shouldn’t want to be. I mean, let’s face it, if you’re content, you must be boring or old or both. Well, in my opinion, nothing can be farther from the truth. Contentment is synonymous with happiness in my book. In this episode, I sit down with Mr. Mad Money Monster as we dissect what contentment means to each...
These guys go against the grain to state the real truth of FI and what it means. They are realistic in their opinions and not part of the “cult”. Love those who can think for themselves. I’m sure that the “community” will squirm when they really listen. I agree with their explanations that corporate jobs don’t have to be demonized. Keep up the good work.
A delight for the ears and the pocketbook
I enjoy the casual conversations between Lisa and Harrison, almost as if though they just happened to hit “record” while chatting a coffee shop. What I love most is their reasonable approach to personal finance as they advocate for contentment while “running one’s own race” rather than getting caught up in what others are doing. When they say personal finance is personal, they mean it. No agenda here.
A Breath of Fresh Air
Lisa and Mr. Mad Monster have such a refreshing approach to money and life in general. Yes, it’s important to save and invest but life is for living. They get that and live that (through trial and error of course).
Keep up the great work!