Ever struggle with the fundamentals of investing? Our roundtable team of award winning bloggers Len Penzo, Paula Pant and Greg McFarlane join us to discuss some of the terms many take for granted. It’s a fun discussion, but there’s more! We also tackle motivational books and a letter to the Moneyologist. How would our team answer the letter?
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<>Today’s Roundtable Contributors/Our Topics
Check our Greg’s site at: Control Your Cash
Say hello to Len Penzo on Twitter: @LenPenzo
Check out Len’s website: lenpenzo.com
Say Hi to Paula Pant on Twitter: @AffordAnything
Check Out Paula’s site at: affordanything.com
- Invest online: How to grow your money cheaply — without ever putting on pants – Mic
- The 7 Best Motivational Books of 2016 – Inc
- My husband’s bad credit score is ruining our marriage – MarketWatch
<> Our FinTech Segment: Final
Final – Take back control of your credit card.
<> Join Us Monday
Brent Shelton of FatWallet joins us on Monday. He’ll be giving you the inside scoop on the coolest Black Friday deals.
Listened to the podcast last week on my way to work and the list of books everybody gave is awesome. So glad you put in the notes because I couldn’t remember the titles for the life of me lol
Hey, Andre! I’m glad you found the show notes page with the books. We had a listener recently ask us to link the show notes on the show description, so we’ve started doing that…after FIVE YEARS of podcasts! 🙂 We should have thought of that earlier.