We make the complicated stock market simple. We show you how to take advantage of the emotions in the market with lessons from successful strategies such as value investing and dividend growth investing, with a few elements of growth investing and trend following.
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Welcome to the 319th episode of "The Investing For Beginners Podcast"! I'm Dave, and with me as always, is Andrew. Today we're diving into reader's questions on spin offs and when to quit an investment experiencing losses. With expert insight into th... more
Dave: Welcome everyone to another episode of The Investing For Beginners Podcast, I'm Dave, joined as always by Andrew. Today, we have a very special guest - Brian Evans. Brian is a founder, investor, Inc. 500 entrepreneur, and a key voice in the cry... more
Welcome to a special episode of the Investing for Beginners Podcast. Today, we welcome our guest, Jeremy Schneider—an internet entrepreneur who turned his financial life around and now shares his wisdom through his venture, Personal Finance Club. Fro... more
I’ve been listening for 10 minutes and 6 of the 10 minutes have been ads. Very frustrating.
Began listening to Dave and Andrew’s podcast and immediately like the show. Went to the first episode and listened to about 4 a day until I got caught up. I turned 3 hrs of commute time into investing in my knowledge. At 62 the more I listened to them, the angrier I got at my 30 yr old self for not investing then. I defense though investing was not nearly as easy as it is now and I don’t believe partial shares were available then. I could have very easily thought that it was too late for me to d... more
Back in 2017, I decided to learn about investing. I had no idea where to begin or how to make sense of the complicated stock market news. A quick Google search led me to Andrew and Dave’s Investing for Beginner’s PDF and podcast. This decision not only changed the trajectory of my financial journey, but also greatly increased my investing confidence. more
5 minutes into the first episode I’ve listened to and one host tells a new investor asking how to invest $10,000 “Instead of us giving you the fish, you should learn how to fish for yourself, but put $1000 each in 10 different stocks.” The 2nd host then says put a couple thousand in an S&P 500 index (fine advice), and then put $1000 in a stock of a company that you don’t know much about but you like because you may use their product…. What a joke. Can’t unsubscribe fast enough.
Have listened to about 10 of your podcasts. I’m retired 75 year old and love podcasts because they encourage me to go walking (not with my wife). Started a portfolio last year with about $400k and fired my wealth manager that did practically nothing with $200k, took 1.5 cut annually and I got the crumbs. I would rather lose my own hard owned money. Your podcasts are awesome and already have answered so many questions. So started buying stocks last year through Schwab without any idea what I was ... more
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