Not all money habits are good…and today Nyle Bayer from the Financial Time Traveler podcast joins Greg McFarlane to name a few of their favorites. We also cover an article in Barron’s about stock picks in the media. If you read a well-known publication and it says a stock is good…do you investigate further? Finally, we answer a Moneyologist question…with some hilarious results.
In our FinTech segment we visit with Brian Barnes, the dynamic founder of M1 Finance. Ever wonder how to keep your portfolio’s assets allocated correctly without a ton of hassle? M1 looks at your portfolio as a series of pies and keeps them maintained. It’s an interesting concept I’m sure you’ll enjoy hearing about (and that I’m betting you haven’t seen elsewhere!).
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Read Greg on Investopedia: Subprime Auto Loans: What Borrowers Should Know
Find his website and podcast at: Financial Time Traveler
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- The Money Saving Habits I Gave Up Because They Waste My Time (Lifehacker)
- Wells Fargo…Buy Now or Forever Hold Your Piece (Barrons)
- My Roommate Is The Most Entitled Millennial in America (Marketwatch)
<> Our FinTech Segment: M1 Finance
Brian Barnes joins us from M1 Finance, a portfolio management tool that separates your money into pies and THEN helps you diversify.
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Tune in on Monday, Holly and Greg Johnson of Club Thrifty is joining us!