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About This Show
The weekly Money Tree Investing podcast aims to help you consistently grow your wealth by letting money work for you. Each week one of our panel members interviews a special guest on topics related to money, investing, personal finance and passive income. Episodes end with a panel discussion on the content of the interview, which allows us to give you a deeper understanding of what has been said by looking at it from different perspectives. If you are ready to take control of your own financial situation, then the Money Tree Investing podcast is just the thing for you! Taken together, our expert panel has decades of experience in money matters. Add to that the valuable insights our weekly guests provide and you have yourself a vast source for knowledge - all available to you for free!
Most Recent Episode
Finding the Right Financial Advisor with Lorraine Ell
2 days ago
Miranda sits down with Lorraine Ell, CEO and Senior Financial Advisor at Better Money Decisions, about ways to find and identify the right financial advisor for you. Are there clear signs for when you need to seek the advice of a financial advisor? You want to find an advisor that does comprehensive planning, not just one who looks at your retirement savings. Does your financial advisor help you to understand the investing options and financial decisions placed in front of you? Lorainne Ell says an advisor should be one who explains and educates. Lorraine released a book to show the common investing financial planning pitfalls, and how to avoid them in “Bozos, Monsters, and Whiz-Bangs: Bad Advice From Financial Advisors and How To Avoid It”. For more information, visit the show notes at http://moneytreepodcast.com/192
Rated 4 out of
Usually great show, but please substitute Miranda
Great show for learning about investing, although sometimes they could do an even better job of explaining the basics to listeners (such as in the last episode about options). Great discussions usually, but in all honesty, I believe Miranda adds very little (to nothing) to the team. She only invests in ETFs and rarely has anything useful to say. In other words, they could get another person who knows more about investing to fill her spot.
Date published: 2014-10-17
Rated 2 out of
ali abinnemahout ji
problem is etf'ers and indexers are by definition boring financially, tortoise like.
market timers are all hype and little substance., ex doug goldstein. studies have shown over and over very few can beat the market.
Date published: 2016-08-25