359 episodes

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.

Millionaires Unveiled Jace Mattinson, CPA

    • Business
    • 4.8 • 833 Ratings

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.

    359: Net Worth Of $8.1M - Multimillion Dollar Beats: When Music, Real Estate & Business Collide

    359: Net Worth Of $8.1M - Multimillion Dollar Beats: When Music, Real Estate & Business Collide

    Summary
    DJ Bander, a musician, music producer, and entrepreneur, shares his journey of building wealth through a combination of real estate, music, and finance. He discusses his background in finance, political science, and music, and how these disciplines have influenced his career. DJ Bander currently has a net worth of approximately 8.1 million, with investments in commercial real estate, industrial properties, a marketing agency, and stocks. He prefers to rent his primary residence and focuses on investment properties. DJ Bander emphasizes the importance of living below your means, reinvesting capital, and building passive income through bonds and rental properties. DJ Bander shares his journey to becoming a millionaire and offers advice for success. He started by working as a brand ambassador and gradually built his resume and network in the music industry. He reinvested his earnings into his brand and used social media ads to grow his following. DJ Bander emphasizes the importance of hard work and grinding it out, rather than relying on a single big hit. He became a millionaire in his late twenties through real estate investments and his engineering and music production businesses. He plans to scale his marketing agency, expand into different investment areas, and help others build wealth.
     

    • 43 min
    358: Net Worth Of $10M+ - Money Guy Show Host, Brian Preston, Unveils His Cards, Net Worth & New Book

    358: Net Worth Of $10M+ - Money Guy Show Host, Brian Preston, Unveils His Cards, Net Worth & New Book

    Summary
    Brian Preston, co-host of the Money Guy Show, has a net wroth of $10+ million. He discusses his journey to financial success and the mindset shifts that have occurred along the way. He shares his goals of reaching a net worth of $1 million by age 30 and $10 million by age 50, and how he missed those goals by a year. Preston emphasizes the importance of mindset and the why behind financial goals, as well as the impact of giving back and creating a positive influence. He also discusses his book, 'The Millionaire Mission,' which provides a step-by-step guide to achieving financial success.
     

    • 35 min
    357: Net Worth Of $1.1M - We Have Separate Finances to Maintain Equality and Ownership in Our Marriage

    357: Net Worth Of $1.1M - We Have Separate Finances to Maintain Equality and Ownership in Our Marriage

    Summary
    Sarah, a teacher, shares her journey to becoming a millionaire and her financial mindset. She has a current net worth of $1.1 million spread across various investement. She grew up in a wealthy area but her family struggled financially. Sarah and her husband have separate finances and believe in maintaining equality and ownership. They prioritize security and living below their means. Sarah has a side hustle as a financial coach and tutor. She values small daily expenses that bring her happiness. Sarah's advice is to take the first step on your financial journey and start small.
     

    • 37 min
    356: Net Worth Of $2M - Slow & Steady - At The Same Fortune 500 Company For Entire Career

    356: Net Worth Of $2M - Slow & Steady - At The Same Fortune 500 Company For Entire Career

    Summary
    James has a net worth of $2 million. He is in his 50's and plans to retire in a couple of years. Most of his wealth is invested in the market via his 401(k). He has worked for the same Fortune 500 company most of his life. It tooks him 25 years to get to the first million and 5 years to get to the 2nd million. They took a slow and steady approach to wealth building, primarily through their 401(k)s and home equity. James emphasizes the importance of having a shared vision with your partner and making financial decisions that align with your values. He also discusses the role of pensions in their retirement plan and the lifestyle changes they made along the way. James encourages others to start saving early and not to rely too heavily on financial experts, as no one has all the answers.
     

    • 42 min
    355: Net Worth Of $6.5M - Finding Balance Between Investing & Spending; When Another Million Doesn't Change Happiness Levels

    355: Net Worth Of $6.5M - Finding Balance Between Investing & Spending; When Another Million Doesn't Change Happiness Levels

    Summary
    Eric is a real estate investor with a net worth of $6.5 million. He is in his mid 40's and shares his journey from being an empty nester to building a successful real estate portfolio. He started investing in real estate after reading Rich Dad Poor Dad and gradually grew his portfolio over the past 18 years. Eric primarily invests in single-family properties, with a total of 55 houses and a 10-unit apartment building. He leveraged low interest rates to grow his portfolio and currently has a 50% loan-to-value ratio. Eric is now transitioning to more passive investments, such as real estate syndications, to enjoy a more hands-off approach and focus on lifestyle.
     

    • 41 min
    354: Net Worth Of $5M - Immigrant Day Trading to the American Dream

    354: Net Worth Of $5M - Immigrant Day Trading to the American Dream

    Anmol is an immigrant and has a net worth of $5 million. Most of it is in the market (About 70%) and most of the remainder in real estate. He is in his early/mid 30's. He became a millionaire in his 20's and it only took him a little over a year to get his 2nd million. He is a trader by profession. 

    • 52 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
833 Ratings

833 Ratings

Colonel Roosevelt ,

Great show!… but room for improvement

I have been listening to the show for years and really enjoy it! With that said, the show seems to have gone through some changes recently (good and bad). On the positive side, Jace’s wife Stacy has been a great add to the show. Their intros and their overall dynamic together is great to listen to. On the negative side, the level of detail and questions for the guests seems to have taken a step backwards. I enjoy understanding the details of the guests true net worth (not a wide range estimate), their financial allocations, details about their career, age, salary, etc. While the general format of show has stayed the same, it feels like we find out less and less detail about the guests. Everything is more high-level and has gone from Millionaires unveiled vs. Millionaires “partially” unveiled. I know there’s been some other recent negative reviews. Hopefully this review is not seen as “hate”. I’m a huge fan and love listening, just would like to see the level of questions return to where they once were. Still giving it 5 stars as it remains one of my favorite podcasts to listen to.

pizza eater no 1 ,

Zero Stars

Hosts should do some vetting of the guests. The Day Trader on Episode 354 is apparently running a scam and has a BBB rating of F. Other guests apparently on the show, using it as an infomercial. Beware, this isn’t useful information.

why nickname this is dumb ,

Weekly Financial Motivation During My Long Runs

I’m a new listener to the podcast and I thoroughly enjoy hearing the experiences of different everyday millionaires each week. I’m training for a marathon in April so I often listen to several episodes at once while I’m logging 10, 15, 20 miles at once. Thanks for keeping me company on my long runs and for keeping me motivated towards achieving my family’s financial goals. I hope to be a guest of the podcast in the next 7-10 years! 😉

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