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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 to investing.

Sponsors: The 31-Day Money Podcast is sponsored by Betterment and Personal CapitalBetterment and Personal Capital are two tools I use to make investing easier, less expensive, and more effective.

Topics Covered

  • Why you should invest like a business owner.
  • Which company would you buy–I give you details on two potential deals.
  • Why investors buy stocks without reading a company’s financial statements.
  • 5 ways you can decrease the chances you’ll sell out of fear when the market is crashing.
  • The importance of index funds in a portfolio.

Day 17: How to Invest Like Warren Buffett [Interview with Larry Swedroe]

Author Bio

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Rob founded the Dough Roller in 2007. A litigation attorney in the securities industry, he lives in Northern Virginia with his wife, their two teenagers, and the family mascot, a shih tzu named Sophie.

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“Hi Rob. I’m at Day 16 in your 31 day money challenge podcast. Thank you, thank you, thank you! I’ve been looking for a comprehensive guide but at present my financial condition so poor.
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