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Sound Investing was named the “Best Money Podcast” by Money Magazine in 2008. It has provided clear, concise advice on money and retirement since 2001 when it began as a radio program. The program is now delivered exclusively as a podcast offering market analysis, interviews with some of the best minds in investing, the Outrage of the Week, Top Ten Lists, and general information about how to properly prepare yourself for retirement.
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Spending your way to wealth
Paul Merriman talks with Paul Heys, long-time friend and author of Spending Your Way to Wealth: Setting Your Compass Course to Steer in the Direction of True Wealth. They discuss what “normal" investors do, and the steps to becoming "Normal Plus," how to prevent the “spilling” of money that keep us from having what we want later in life, and the …
Factor Investing Part II: Interview with Rick Ferri and Paul Merriman by White Coat Investor Dr. Jim Dahle
In this podcast, a continuation of Part I, James Dahle, M.D., of White Coat Investor hosts Paul Merriman and Rick Ferri, CFA, President of The John C. Bogle Center for Financial Literacy and host of the Boglehead …
Factor Investing: Interview with Rick Ferri and Paul Merriman by White Coat Investor Dr. Jim Dahle — Part I
James Dahle, M.D., of White Coat Investor brought together Paul Merriman and Rick Ferri, CFA, President of The John C. Bogle Center for Financial Literacy and host of the Boglehead Podcast, for a lively Zoom discussion of factor investing. The conversation starts with defining asset classes, total market investing and factor investing and continues with an examination of ‘is factor investing real?’, US …
Can 12 simple steps really be worth millions? Plus 10 Q&A
Paul begins the podcast with a response to a listener who thought the introduction to his new book (shared in Paul's July 9 newsletter), suggesting that each of 12 simple steps could be worth an additional million dollars, "read like a late night infomercial.” Paul not only takes the stand that each of the 12 steps can …
What returns can we expect in the future?
Why do investors find it difficult to deal with the reality of the random nature of investment returns? Paul gave a lot of thought to this question in preparation for an interview with Jim Dahle of White Coat Investor and Rick Ferri, President of The John C. Bogle Center for Financial Literacy. On this podcast he shares …
Am I saving enough to retire? and 5 more Q&A
Paul tackles six topics from commodities to retirement savings, from first-time investing to current retirement investment strategies. A special thank you to Paul’s podcast listeners who responded to his survey question: "Podcasts or videos: which do you prefer?" Your listenership, and sharing this information — to help educate and empower others — is greatly appreciated! 1: Why don’t your …
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Great Detail, No Nonsense
Great podcast for in depth analysis of true investing. I love this show!
You are truly a gifted man Paul. For that you and I are likely both thankful. That fact that you choose to continue to serve your fellow man (& woman) is something I am grateful for. I look forward to hearing you “beat the drum” every week. I enjoy your presentations and personality. I hope this doesn’t insult you but you kinda remind me of a guy I used to listen to on AM radio in the 70’s, Bruce Williams. I was very young then but both of you gave me knowledge and hope that things can work out favorably.
We only have to do a few things right and not too many things wrong. (Who said that?)
I thank the lord you came my way and wish you the best.
The only finance lesson you need to know is to listen to Paul Merriman. He is a classic. His strategies are easy to implement with the M1 Finance portfolio. All you have to do is stay the course. Buy and hold, but don’t forget the hold.