Financial Education and Entrepreneurship for Professionals
415: Tax and Return: Judge Glock
“I’m from the government and I’m here to help.” Ronald Reagan described those as the most dangerous words in the English language. I generally agree with the Gipper who I have fond memories of extending back to the 1980 presidential election that I watched with interest as a kindergartener. When the government gets too big, […]
414: The Safest Double Digit Returning Investment in History?
When I was fresh out of surgical residency and started to make some money, I started looking for advice on what to do with it. One of the questions I had was about life insurance. I was a newlywed and had a baby on the way (now she’s in high school by the way). So, […]
413: Social Security Scams and “Retirement” Planning
Retirement means “ceasing to work”. In my case, retirement will describe me when I’ve died. I understand retiring from a particular activity. Like how I retired from the practice of surgery about eight years ago. But global retirement sounds dire. It is like admitting that you are of no real value to the world anymore. […]
412: Dual Citizenship: Plan B?
The two most powerful motivations for behavior are fear and greed. If you haven’t thought about that before paying attention to the kinds of messaging you hear especially in the alternative asset podcast ecosystem? At the risk of offending gold bugs, how many times have you heard someone who sells precious metals on a podcast […]
411: Heads I Win Tales You Lose: The U.S. Banking System
The challenge with investing is that you can do everything right and still lose. Unfortunately its supposed to be that way otherwise everyone would take the biggest bets possible all the time and always win. That’s just not reality. In good times, it is very hard to anticipate what could happen if the unexpected occurs. […]
410: Is Ray Dalio Really Who He Says He Is?
My social life sucks. I moved to Montecito in 2017 from Chicago a married man with 3 children. When we got here, I didn’t know anyone. Luckily, I had my family and was plenty entertained by my three little girls. My now ex-wife also served as social coordinator to make sure we had things to […]
very practical and honest. does not hesitate to share his own experieces and personal data points which makes it very real. keep up the good work! Its one of my top podcast list now.
This podcast is a must listen for anyone looking to improve their financial literacy and wealth strategies! Buck is super knowledgeable and breaks down so many topics in easy to understand ways.
This is my absolute favorite podcast!
When I first listened to Buck’s podcast, something just resonated with me. After listening to several others re: wealth building that mostly focused on theory, WFN actually gives you focused, tangible steps on how to actually grow your wealth. (Especially if you join his group!)
Thank you Buck for changing my life!