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Money Ed Podcast 76: Options Contracts
Money Ed Podcast 76: Options Contracts by Whitman Ochiai
Money Ed Podcast 75: What is Leverage?
Money Ed Podcast 75: What is Leverage? by Whitman Ochiai
Money Ed Podcast 74: Futures Contracts
Money Ed Podcast 74: Futures Contracts by Whitman Ochiai
Money Ed Podcast 73: The Commodities Market
Money Ed Podcast 73: The Commodities Market by Whitman Ochiai
Money Ed Podcast 72: Two Types of Liquidity
Money Ed Podcast 72: Two Types of Liquidity by Whitman Ochiai
Money Ed Podcast 71: Liquidity
Money Ed Podcast 71: Liquidity by Whitman Ochiai
Great series for teens
This is a great series for young adults to learn about financial b literacy!
The Importance of Planning Early
I wish podcasts like these were available when I was a young adult more than 20 years ago! I would have avoided quite a few financial mistakes discussed in the podcasts. Apparently Mr. Ochiai had done extensive research to create these podcasts because his points were backed up by data and facts and references were available. I especially enjoyed listening to some of his earlier ones when he discussed “needs” versus “wants”, and “nudging”. He brought up fresh ideas with good examples. I hope more and more young adults would listen to Mr Ochiai’s podcasts to start forming healthy financial habits and making wise financial decisions at a young age, and the positive effects will be carried over throughout their adulthoods.
Personal finance made Fun
Entertaining, bite-sized personal finance and economics. A fun listen - he keeps the episodes light and to the point.