SI #17: How to Start Investing as A Beginner with Travis Fonderson

SI #17: How to Start Investing as A Beginner with Travis Fonderson

Travis Fonderson, of the Young Funds Program, joins us on the show to discuss how to start investing in a broad based index. Truly the best for beginners, this requires no finance degree, no skill and zero experience. Travis teaches students through the Young Funds Program to get their portfolio off the ground and understand the basics. Braden and Travis both agree on how valuable a low-fee portfolio is over the long term.

SI #16: Micro Caps with @BringTheInvesting

SI #16: Micro Caps with @BringTheInvesting

Today, Adil from @Bringtheinvesting discusses micro caps and investing wisdom from the likes of Charlie Munger. Investing in micro caps requires doing your own research as analysts will not be covering the company. Micro caps generally require listening to many hours of quarterly shareholder calls.

SI #15: Dividend Aristocrats with Nick McCullum

SI #15: Dividend Aristocrats with Nick McCullum

Today, Nicholas McCullum from SureDividend.com joins us to talk about the Dividend Aristocrats.   Simply put, dividend aristocrats are companies that have increased their dividend payout for 25 or more consecutive years.  Nick runs the Sure Investing podcast and the Sure Dividend website.  They are rules based investors picking fantastic businesses out of the dividend aristocrats index.  As a dividend investor myself, SI 15 was a lot of fun.  Enjoy.

SI #14: Using Online Tools and Resources to Succeed in Financial Markets

SI #14: Using Online Tools and Resources to Succeed in Financial Markets

Today, Daniel from FutureMoneyTrends.com joins us to talk about his story of incredible success while helping people succeed in financial markets.  It is amazing to hear how much he enjoys what he does.  Most people fear losing their job... Daniel fears having to get one!

SI #13: Market Corrections, Estimates and Index Investing

SI #13: Market Corrections, Estimates and Index Investing

Today, Ted Halpern and Kirsty Peev join us from Halpern Financial.  We discuss the crazy phenomenons that occur in equity markets and how to react to them with sound logic.  Kirsty points out that equity markets are the only place where the majority of people don't get excited about a sale!  

SI #12: Side Hustles and Personal Portfolio Management

SI #12: Side Hustles and Personal Portfolio Management

Today, Eric Rosenberg joins us to talk about side hustling and portfolio management for the average investor. Eric Rosenberg is an online hustling veteran by writing and podcasting about all things money.

SI #11: Characteristics of Great Companies and Options

SI #11: Characteristics of Great Companies and Options

Today, David Moadel joins us to discuss the characteristics of great businesses and options trading.  David helps us define the things that great companies all possess and how they result in fantastic investments.

SI #10: What to Expect from Stocks

SI #10: What to Expect from Stocks

Today, Mark Willis joins us to discuss how most investors are not getting the returns they have hoped to.  It is not because of the market or their managers, but rather their weak temperament.  Listen to hear some pretty shocking research!

SI #8: Asset Allocation, Investment Buckets, Crypto and Real Estate

SI #8: Asset Allocation, Investment Buckets, Crypto and Real Estate

Today, author of 7 Secrets of Eternal Wealth and creator of WealthFormula, Buck Joffrey joins us the show.  We discuss asset allocation, hard assets, crypto and investment buckets.  Buck likes hard income producing assets with additional more  speculative exposure to accompany his portfolio.  Listen to hear our great conversation.

SI #7: Investing for Millennials, Leverage and The Wisdom of Finance with Harvard Business Professor, Mihir Desai

SI #7: Investing for Millennials, Leverage and The Wisdom of Finance with Harvard Business Professor, Mihir Desai

Today we have Mihir Desai, a professor from Harvard Business School and author of Financial Wisdom.  We discuss investing for millennials, leverage and financial wisdom.  

SI #1: The 9 Rules of Wealth with Andrew Hallam, Author of Millionaire Teacher

SI #1: The 9 Rules of Wealth with Andrew Hallam, Author of Millionaire Teacher

Andrew Hallam has joined us on the show to discuss his investing strategy, guide to wealth success, travel plan, indexing with ETFs.  Andrew's easy to understand book, Millionaire Teacher, was the first book on money and investing that I ever picked up.  The book lays out the foundation to outperforming investment professionals who want to make money off high commissions and leave you in the dust.  Although I invest in Canadian value stocks, I also use low cost index ETFs for international exposure in a significant portion of my portfolio.