Our goal at NewRetirement is to help anyone plan and manage their retirement so that they can make the most of their money and time. Our podcast spans money, purpose, meaning, lifestyle, and health. We interview guests with the goal of helping you make the most of your life. If you’d like to discover more, we offer “the best” free retirement planning tool and tons of useful content around this topic that you can access at NewRetirement.com.
David Chen: Early Retirement & Key Lessons from a Community Member
Steve Chen is joined by guest David Chen — brother of a good friend of Steve's from high school and a member of our community
Eric Balchunas: The Bogle Effect
This time, Steve Chen is joined by guest Eric Balchunas — Bloomberg Senior ETF Analyst & Funds Product Specialist
Burton Malkiel: A Random Walk Down Wall Street, 50 Years Later
This time, Steve Chen is joined by guest Burton Malkiel — a legendary American economist and author of A Random Walk Down Wall Street
Joe Kuhn: Tools to Decide When It Is Safe to Retire
This time, Steve Chen is joined by guest Joe Kuhn — former world-class plant manager and reliability leader, and current Financial Independence influencer on YouTube
Doc G: DiverseFI and Regret Minimization
This time, Steve Chen is joined once again by guest Doc G — a financially independent part-time physician and current podcaster and author
Financial Samurai: Buy This, Not That
This time, Steve Chen is joined by guest Sam Dogen — a popular OG FIRE blogger and author
I’ve learned a LOT from this podcast and been introduced to some really great authors and websites along the way. If you have any interest in finance / retirement topics - you need to listen to this!
Good problem to have vs real problem
I love this podcast and I will definitely follow it . In general I like YouTube video better because I can see faces, but for some reason I feel a bit more connected to his podcast. The gust and the questions seem very genuine. However, I wished there will be a topics that cover real problems not a romantic problem or a good problem to have. many of these guests have seven figure in saving. What about those that just started to save in their 40 or 50. more than 90% of the population don’t have seven figure in savings. what do we do? Does that mean we have to work until we die? I would love to hear some thoughts or does of the intelligent guest have any solutions to offer.
Came across the interview with Sam @ Financial Samurai - great dialogue! Thanks for hosting