DR 028: How and Why to Keep Investing Costs Low

Bank Fees

This is the twenty-first day in our 31-Day Money Challenge. Over 31 days we’ll publish 31 podcasts, each designed to help you move closer to financial freedom. Yesterday we interviewed Stig Nybo about how to become a super saver. In today’s podcast, we look at mutual fund costs, why the matter, and how to keep […]

Published or Updated: January 23, 2014

DR 026: How to Evaluate and Pick Mutual Funds

how to invest in mutual funds

This is the nineteenth day in our 31-Day Money Challenge. Over 31 days we’ll publish 31 podcasts, each designed to help you move closer to financial freedom. Yesterday we covered how to create an asset allocation plan. In today’s podcast, we’ll look at how you pick mutual funds to implement your asset allocation plan. Sponsors: […]

Published or Updated: April 3, 2014

DR 025: How to Create an Asset Allocation Plan

Asset Allocation

This is the eighteenth day in our 31-Day Money Challenge. Over 31 days we’ll publish 31 podcasts, each designed to help you move closer to financial freedom. Yesterday I interviewed author Larry Swedroe about his book, Think, Act, and Invest Like Warren Buffett. In today’s podcast, we cover how to build an asset allocation plan. […]

Published or Updated: April 3, 2014

DR 024: How to Invest Like Warren Buffett [Interview withLarry Swedroe]

Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger

This is the seventeenth day in our 31-Day Money Challenge. Over 31 days we’ll publish 31 podcasts, each designed to help you move closer to financial freedom. Yesterday we looked at why it’s important to invest like a business owner. In today’s podcast, we interview Larry Swedroe, author of Think, Act, and Invest Like Warren […]

Published or Updated: January 18, 2014

DR 023: Why You Should Invest Like a Business Owner

Best Small Business Credit Cards

This is the sixteenth day in our 31-Day Money Challenge. Over 31 days we’ll publish 31 podcasts, each designed to help you move closer to financial freedom. Yesterday we interviewed Carl Richards, author of The Behavior Gap. In today’s podcast, we look at why it’s important to think like a business owner when it comes […]

Published or Updated: January 18, 2014

DR 022: Interview with Carl Richards, author of The Behavior Gap

Dough Roller Podcast--Veterans Day

This is the fifteenth day in our 31-Day Money Challenge. Over 31 days we’ll publish 31 podcasts, each designed to help you move closer to financial freedom. Yesterday we looked at juggling competing financial goals, like getting out of debt and saving for retirement. In today’s podcast, we turn to investing with an interview of […]

Published or Updated: January 17, 2014

DR 003: How to Invest for Retirement with Rick Ferri

Dough Roller Podcast--Veterans Day

One of the best books on investing is All About Asset Allocation by Rick Ferri. He’s written several great investing books, but AAAA is my favorite. It’s a must read, particularly if you’re just starting out or want to learn more about passive investing. In October of this year at a personal finance bloggers conference […]

Published or Updated: November 27, 2013

5 Ways to Invest in Bitcoins

Bitcoins

Bitcoins, the most popular in a wave of electronic cryptocurrencies, are taking over the news these days. There’s the Norwegian guy who bought $27 in Bitcoins, only to find four years later, that his investment was worth nearly $1,000,000. Then there’s the first Bitcoin ATM, located inside a Vancouver, British Columbia, coffee shop. Some investors […]

Published or Updated: November 22, 2013

Why Smart Investors Will Let Twitter’s IPO Fly Away

Twitter's IPO

Twitter just priced its initial public offering (IPO) at $26 per share. At that price, the company is worth $18 billion, at least on paper. The offering will undoubtedly spark tremendous excitement and news, not to mention a tweet or two. But is the stock a wise investment? The answer is unquestionably no. Here’s why. […]

Published or Updated: November 6, 2013