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How Much Do Your Parents Make?

Money remains a taboo subject, even among family members. Growing up, I always knew how much money my parents made. It wasn’t because my parents were teaching us kids lessons on personal finance, it was just not something that was hidden. As I became older, and more interested in personal finance, I realized that this Read more about How Much Do Your Parents Make?[…]

Reversion To The Mean — Episode 36: Suze Says No, Justin Says Yes

iTunes Episode 036: Suze Says No, Justin Says Yes Show notes: Ramp Capital: There Is No Substitute For Hard Work WSJ: A TV Chef Preps Plan To Retire In Five Years Fast Company: 6 Women Share Their Biggest Financial Mistakes WSJ: The 4% Mortgage Is Back Kevin’s Tweet Ramp Capital: Reducing The Behavior Gap A Wealth Of Read more about Reversion To The Mean — Episode 36: Suze Says No, Justin Says Yes[…]

Reversion To The Mean — Episode 35: Mistakes Are Ok

iTunes Episode 035: Mistakes Are Ok Show notes: Howard Lindzon: Dear College Students (And Parents) MarketWatch: The Lawyers Who Took On Big Tobacco Are Aiming At Realtors And Their 6% Fee WSJ: Bitcoin Is In The Dumps, Spreading Gloom Over Crypto World Morgan Housel: Death, Taxes, And A Few Other Things The Belle Curve: The Easiest Decade Read more about Reversion To The Mean — Episode 35: Mistakes Are Ok[…]

Reversion To The Mean — Episode 34: When The Bubble Pops

iTunes Episode 034: When The Bubble Pops Show notes: WSJ: LaCroix’s Sales Bubble Pops; Stock Tumbles WSJ: How Accountants Break The Bad News About Tax Refunds: With Chocolate And Tissues Ramp Capital: Nosedive Humble Dollar: Lighten The Load Ben Carlson: From Chaos To Concept Morgan Housel: Pure Downside, No Silver Lining All About Your Benjamins: Read more about Reversion To The Mean — Episode 34: When The Bubble Pops[…]

Reversion To The Mean — Episode 33: Screen Time

iTunes Episode 033: Screen Time Show notes: Ramp Capital: Put Down Your F*cking Phone Morgan Housel: Not Caring-A Unique And Powerful Skill The University Of Chicago: How To Get Your $$ In Order Before You Turn 30 The Belle Curve: Substance A Wealth Of Common Sense: What’s The Return On Mortgage Payments NYT: The Best Read more about Reversion To The Mean — Episode 33: Screen Time[…]

Reversion To The Mean — Episode 32: Self vs. Financial Wealth

iTunes Episode 032: Self vs. Financial Wealth Show notes: Of Dollars And Data: How To Invest A Lump Sum The WSJ: Warren Buffett Can’t Find Anything Big To Buy The New York Times: Wealth, Successful, and Miserable The Basis Point: Self Wealth Vs. Financial Wealth Humble Dollar: Other People’s Stuff Stop Ironing Shirts: Should I Read more about Reversion To The Mean — Episode 32: Self vs. Financial Wealth[…]

Reversion To The Mean — Episode 31: Happy Birthday MJ

iTunes Episode 031: Happy Birthday MJ Show notes: Patrick O’Shaughnessy Tweet Of Dollars And Data: Even God Couldn’t Beat Dollar-Cost Averaging NYT: Spend Money Where You Spend The Most Time A Wealth Of Common Sense: Budgeting With Cardi B Pragmatic Capitalism: Banning Stock Buybacks Is Stupid Vanguard: Your Legacy Is More Than Just Your Portfolio Humble Read more about Reversion To The Mean — Episode 31: Happy Birthday MJ[…]

Reversion To The Mean — Episode 30: Free Peloton Ad

iTunes Episode 030: Free Peloton Ad Show notes: Clue Heywood Peloton Tweet  & Bonus: Douglas Boneparth: Your Financial Advisor Says You Can Buy A Peloton The Irrelevant Investor: The Economics Of Owning A Home A Wealth Of Common Sense: Planning For The Predictable And Unpredictable Expenses A Wealth Of Common Sense: Selectively Cheap Fervent Finance Tweet Peter Lazaroff: What Read more about Reversion To The Mean — Episode 30: Free Peloton Ad[…]