Gene Natali, co-author of The Missing Semester, joins us in the basement to tackle the topic of finance for young people. Why isn’t it taught in schools? What should young investors learn first about investing?
Tonya from Budget and the Beach takes part in our shortwave roundtable chat, along with our new contributor (I’ll let you listen to hear who that might be….).
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Joe & OG discuss emerging markets investing and also the scintillating topic of Downton Abbey, Season 3.
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At Budget and the Beach: Remaining Cool When Paying Down Debt
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Joe – Downton Abbey Season 3