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The Dough Roller Money Podcast
27 minutes | a month ago
Time-Based vs Opportunistic Rebalancing
Rob discusses two basic approaches to rebalance your portfolio. The easiest approach is time-based and the second approach is market-based. Whichever approach you choose, you want to take emotions out of the equation. Remember, a good rebalancing approach is good enough.
30 minutes | a month ago
How Much Dough Should You Spend in Retirement?
Most people thinking about saving for retirement, but what about spending? How do you figure out how much you should spend in retirement? While there isn't a magic number, there is a withdrawal rate that historically, should help your portfolio last a good 50 years.
28 minutes | 2 months ago
Small Cap Value vs. Growth: Which is Better?
In this episode, Rob responds to a question from a listener: "Can you explain why small cap value might not be the best bet." Rob breaks down small cap vs. large cap stocks and value vs. growth. Which is better for your portfolio? Does it matter? You may be surprised at the answer. Here's what you need to know about small caps and how they can impact your portfolio.
43 minutes | 3 months ago
DR Podcast 338: Listener Q&A on Building a Sound Asset Allocation Plan
Is there a formula for creating a perfect portfolio? In this episode, Rob answer's some listener questions and tells us what's important for building a sound asset allocation plan.
24 minutes | 4 months ago
DR Podcast 337: Forecasting the Next Stimulus Bill
In podcast episode 337, Rob gives us an overview of where things stand with a possible second stimulus package. Find out Rob's predictions on what could be included in another stimulus deal and when we could expect it to happen.
23 minutes | 4 months ago
DR Podcast 336: Where Should you Put Your Emergency Fund Given Current Interest Rates?
Rob answers more questions from viewers in episode 336. Today he discusses where you should put your emergency fund, savings account and bond fund and talks about what on earth’s happening with interest rates.
18 minutes | 5 months ago
DR Podcast 335: How to Make the Most of Credit Card Rewards
22 minutes | 5 months ago
DR Podcast 334: The Bucket Strategy
Rob alluded to the bucket strategy in the last podcast (333) so we recommend you listen to that first and follow up with this to discover a practical strategy for managing your investments in retirement, which will help you avoid selling stocks during a bear market.
29 minutes | 7 months ago
DR Podcast 332: Managing Your Portfolio During COVID-19
In today’s podcast, Rob brings you up to speed on his own investments and portfolio during Covid-19 and discusses what retirement really means to him – and why it’s harder to stay retired than he thought! He hasn’t made any changes *because* of covid-19 but he does want to fill you in on the changes he’s made during this time.
33 minutes | 7 months ago
DR Podcast 331: What You Need to Know About Dividend Investing
Dividend investing can be a solid way to earn income from your investments, but there are risks associated with it too. Here's what to know first.
33 minutes | 8 months ago
Podcast 330: How Will COVID-19 Affect the 4% Rule Over the Next Decade?
COVID-19 is impacting almost every aspect of our lives. Investors now wonder, does the 4% Rule still apply or is it null and void in this economic climate?
34 minutes | 9 months ago
DR Podcast 329: Rob Berger on COVID-19 and Your Investments
It’s not surprising if you are worried about how COVID-19 will affect your investments. Here's how investors can take control in this unprecedented time.
26 minutes | 9 months ago
DR Podcast 328: Why Driving a Car and Automating your Finances Have a Lot in Common
What are the common links between driving a car and automating your finances? Here's a hint, both can propel you forward. Take a listen to get your finances in gear.
33 minutes | 10 months ago
DR Podcast 327: What you Really Need to Know about the Four Percent Rule
In podcast 327, we address misinformation and assumptions about the 4 percent rule to give you a better understanding of how it works.
45 minutes | 10 months ago
DR Podcast 326: A Conversation with Author Cameron Huddleston
Talking to your parents about money can be awkward, but it shouldn't be. Having this conversation earlier in life can save you and your parents from legal battles and other turmoil. In this episode, we'll discuss these issues with Cameron Huddleston, author of Mom and Dad, We Need to Talk.
49 minutes | a year ago
DR Podcast 325: Q&A with Personal Financial Specialist Cortlon Cofield
Rob starts podcast 325 with a new guest and a different format. Here he answers listeners’ questions with Cortlon Cofield, a CPA and personal financial specialist who runs Cofield Advisors, a financial planning firm that provides advice for millennial entrepreneurs.
45 minutes | a year ago
DR Podcast 324: Listener Q&A
In this episode, Rob discusses listeners’ debt problems, advising that if you’re able to pay off your debts in full, you should – not only for ethical reasons but also to protect your credit score!
35 minutes | a year ago
Podcast 323: Debt Consolidation Quiz
Debt sucks--true or false? You may be surprised to hear our answer to this first quiz question and you may find yourself pleasantly surprised at how fun a quiz could be. You'll likely take away valuable information and maybe even change your perspective on debt.
36 minutes | a year ago
Podcast 322: What Can An Investment Advisor Do For You? Interview with Steve Utkus at Vanguard
Investment advice is everywhere. Some advice you'll find for free but if you're looking for professional advice, tailored to your financial situation and goals, you may have to pay for it. Is it worth investing in? We talk to Vanguard's Steve Utkus about assessing the value of advice. Read More: https://www.doughroller.net/investing/hire-investment-advisor-manage-investments/
44 minutes | a year ago
Podcast 321: Interview with Chris Mamula, Author of Choose FI
Think Retiring Early is Just for the Wealthy? Think Again. Chris Mamula, author of Choose FI, achieved financial independence at a young age with a middle class salary. Here's his story.
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