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The Dough Roller Money Podcast helps people make the most of their money. Through interviews, news, tips and resources, the show helps you take your finances to the next level. Whether you are just starting out, under a mountain of debt, or nearing retirement, the Dough Roller Podcast can help you achieve your financial goals. And remember, the best thing money can buy is financial freedom.

The Dough Roller Money Podcast Rob Berger

    • Business
    • 4.7 • 682 Ratings

The Dough Roller Money Podcast helps people make the most of their money. Through interviews, news, tips and resources, the show helps you take your finances to the next level. Whether you are just starting out, under a mountain of debt, or nearing retirement, the Dough Roller Podcast can help you achieve your financial goals. And remember, the best thing money can buy is financial freedom.

    Real Estate Investing 101 with Robert Leonard

    Real Estate Investing 101 with Robert Leonard

    Today on Dough Roller, we are talking with Robert Leonard! Robert is an expert investor, entrepreneur, and podcast host! He attended University of Massachusetts where he graduated Cum Laude with a BSBA degree in Finance and Economics along with a MBA degree in Accounting and Finance. Robert then became a Certified Management Accountant (CMA) where he practiced as a financial analyst and corporate finance manager. He is an accounting and finance professional with an immense passion for stock and real estate investing, business, and entrepreneurship, which allowed him to quit his W2 position and begin his own real estate investment business. 
    He is currently the host of two podcasts, Millennial Investing and Real Estate 101 which are under The Investor’s Podcast group where he has recently became VP of growth and innovation. Robert is also a founder and managing partner of Piranha Capital, a boutique real estate investment firm. 
    In this episode, we talk about Robert’s journey to finance and motocross beginnings. We’ll learn about Robert’s story of his first real estate investment, and how it hooked him into house hacking. We’ll also discuss stock portfolios, bitcoin investment, and rules of thumb for property rental management. If you want to learn more about real estate investing, keep listening!
     
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    TIME STAMPS:
     
    00:21- Robert’s Motocross Backstory and Path to Finance
    07:14-  What Robert is Doing Now and His Podcasts
    09:06- Robert’s First Real Estate Investment and House Hacking
    22:49- Robert’s Real Estate Empire Today
    25:09- Why Robert’s Properties are Long Distance
    35:00- Robert’s Rules of Thumb for Property Rentals
    37:22- Managing Properties During COVID
    42:00- Robert’s Stock Portfolio and Investment in Bitcoin
    53:46- Where to Keep Up With Robert
     
    Mentioned in the Episode:
     
    Investor Shadow
    Robert's Twitter
    Robert's Instagram
    Milennial Investing Podcast

    • 46 min
    Get On the Debt-Free Path with George Kamel

    Get On the Debt-Free Path with George Kamel

    Today on Dough Roller, we are talking with George Kamel! George is a Ramsey Personality and Personal Finance Expert, host of The Fine Print podcast and cohost of the EntreLeadership podcast. He has previously hosted The Ramsey Show video channel, Ramsey live events, Borrowed Future podcast, and Foundations in Personal Finance High School Curriculum. He has been a staple of the Ramsey team personalities, and has been working on their team since 2013.
     George is a huge proponent of helping people make the most of their money, to make the most of their life through all sorts of different channels. Recently, he spearheaded the release of Ramsey Solutions first documentary, Borrowed Future: How Student Loans Are Killing the American Dream. The documentary is based off the eight episode podcast he hosted back in 2019 and he is a producer on the film.
    In this episode, we talk about how George became involved with the Dave Ramsey team, and how he used the Ramsey methods to become debt-free. We also discuss George’s podcasting ventures and the release of his new documentary, Borrowed Future. George also tells us about finance trends we should be weary of, his take on credit-cards and their rewards programs, and how the student loan crisis is taking over people’s lives. If you’re looking for clear-cut ways to get on the path to being debt free, keep listening!
     
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    Check out the Dough Roller website and blog: https://www.doughroller.net/
     
    TIME STAMPS:
     
    00:29-George’s Backstory and How He Got Involved With Dave Ramsey
    02:09- How George Follows the Ramsey Method to Become Debt Free
    04:49- George’s Podcasts
    06:43- Finance Trends to Be Weary Of
    08:01- George’s Opinion on Bitcoin
    10:21-George’s Take on Credit Card and Rewards
    14:17- Student Loans and George’s Documentary
    24:50- How Policy Can Effect Change for Student Loans
    30:28- How George Paid of $40,000 of Debt
    35:12- How to Bulletproof Our Finances
     
    Mentioned in the Episode:
     
    The Fine Print Podcast
    EntreLeadership Podcast
    Borrowed Future Documentary 
    George's Instagram
    George's Twitter

    • 38 min
    Supercharge Your Learning with Scott Young

    Supercharge Your Learning with Scott Young

    Today on Dough Roller, we are talking with Scott Young! Scott Young is an author, entrepreneur, computer programmer, and host of The Scott Young Podcast. Scott has started and kept up a wildly popular blog since he was 18 years old, and most notably has completed some amazing learning challenges, such as the MIT Challenge where in just one year he learned the entire curriculum of MIT’s computer science major without taking any classes, and The Year Without English where he set out to learn 4 different languages over the course of one year.
    Scott’s first book Ultralearning, is a Wall Street Journal Best-Seller, and in 2012 he gave a TEDX talk about his approach to learning and his time at MIT, which has been viewed over half a million times. He has written over 1000 articles on everything from holistic learning to finding the meaning of life. Scott is a master of self-teaching and learning, and an exemplary multi-hyphenate scholar.
    In this episode, we talk about Scott’s journey with his learning challenges, including his infamous time with the MIT challenge. Scott tells us how he got into personal development and learning, and how he uses those skills in his day-to-day life. We’ll also talk about the emotional side of investing, and how to keep your anxiety at bay when making risky finance decisions. If you’re looking to up your learning intake and hear some investing tips, listen on!
     
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    Check out the Dough Roller website and blog: https://www.doughroller.net
     
    Timestamps:
     
    00:21- Scott’s Background and “Claim to Fame”
    01:58- Scott’s Journey with the MIT Challenge
    13:20- How Scott Became Obsessed with Personal Development
    16:29- What Can We Do To Improve Our Learning Ability
    19:16- How Scott Overcame Difficult Feedback
    24:36- Telling the Difference Between Luck and Mastery
    28:04- The Emotional Side of Investing
    32:45- Scott’s Courses and Teachings
    35:18- Scott’s Upcoming Ultra Learning Projects
     
    Mentioned in the Episode:
     
    Scott’s Writings About His Learning Challenges- https://www.scotthyoung.com/blog/my-projects/  Scott’s blog- https://www.scotthyoung.com/ Scott’s Courses and Trainings- https://www.scotthyoung.com/blog/books-courses/ Scott’s Podcast- Scott Young Podcast Ultralearning Book- Ultralearning

    • 36 min
    Welcome Back to the Dough Roller Money Podcast

    Welcome Back to the Dough Roller Money Podcast

    Ready to be rolling in the dough?
    Our goal at Dough Roller is to help you make the most of your money and provide easy-to-understand guidance on managing your finances, building wealth, and attaining financial freedom. Because it pays to be smart about money. 
    We are back and better than ever, so join us for a new episode every week on Mondays! The purpose of this re-introductory episode is to give you a glimpse of what’s to come and to welcome you, our listeners. Whether you’re just tuning in for the first time, or have listened to Dough Roller since the start, welcome!
    In the coming months, we will be bringing on new hosts and special guests to have conversations with a diverse range of leaders in personal finance.
    In these conversations, we will cover easy-to-understand financial tips,  guidance on managing money, retirement planning, and best practices for saving. We’ll also dig deeper into hot topics in the finance world like cryptocurrencies, the gig economy, real estate, and much more!  
    We would love to hear from you, our listeners, so please connect with us through our socials and tell us what else you’d like to hear on the show!
    With the Dough Roller Money Podcast you will learn how to make more, spend less, and invest the rest!
     
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    Follow Dough Roller on Twitter: https://twitter.com/doughroller
    Check out the Dough Roller website and blog: https://www.doughroller.net

    • 4 min
    Time-Based vs Opportunistic Rebalancing

    Time-Based vs Opportunistic Rebalancing

    Rob discusses two basic approaches to rebalance your portfolio. The easiest approach is time-based and the second approach is market-based. Whichever approach you choose, you want to take emotions out of the equation. Remember, a good rebalancing approach is good enough.

    • 26 min
    How Much Dough Should You Spend in Retirement?

    How Much Dough Should You Spend in Retirement?

    Most people thinking about saving for retirement, but what about spending? How do you figure out how much you should spend in retirement? While there isn't a magic number, there is a withdrawal rate that historically, should help your portfolio last a good 50 years.

    • 30 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
682 Ratings

682 Ratings

malfoxley ,

Great show!

Rob, host of the Dough Roller Money podcast, highlights all aspects of finance and more in this can’t miss podcast! The host and expert guests offer insightful advice and information that is helpful to anyone that listens!

Soben82 ,

Lack of Integrity

I understand that Rob sold the business but if he’s going to remain the host, and face, of the podcast he needs to maintain his integrity for the audience to believe him. When he was still in charge of things he, on several occasions, chastised Dave Ramsey’s philosophies (and rightly so!). Now he is having Dave Ramsey’s staff on for interviews and acting like he agrees with their teachings or at most politely agrees to disagree.
Having people on your podcast and not disagreeing when they make financially unintelligent statements is giving credibility to what they’re saying. It’s fine to disagree and explain why but it feels like Dave Ramsey bought time on the show. No integrity at all.
Letting your guest come on and say credit cards are evil because the podcast listeners are too stupid to use the rewards without getting into trouble (my paraphrasing) and not vehemently disagreeing is a disservice to your audience.
No point listening further to the podcast since it’s turned into paid advertising disguised as news.

Cbonnell0564 ,

Improve the audio

There was no content to rate this episode. But I will say that with a team now behind the podcast the audio should sound better. Rob’s voice was thin and had a little sibilance that made the audio unpleasant.

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