We answer over a dozen questions from listeners on investing, housing, retirement, business, podcast production, and more.
Topics covered include:
- The Endowment Model
- Teaching children about investing
- Four influential investing books
- The difference between being an entrepreneur and investing
- The balance between too much and too little efficiency and productivity
- What we learned about investing from the Covid crash
- How asset allocation changes as one gets older
- The state and future of cryptocurrency
- Is now the time to buy individual stocks given high valuations for indices
- Donor-advised funds
- FDIC insurance
- Money For the Rest of Us production time and expenses
- Is it possible to have too much invested in one ETF
- Is a house and investment and will there be a housing crash
- How to worry less about money
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Welcome to Money For the Rest of Us. This is a personal finance show on money, how it works, how to invest it, and how to live without worrying about it. I’m your host, David Stein. Today is Episode 348. It is a listener Q&A episode. That’s something I’ve never done. In the seven years I’ve been doing the podcast I have a weekly plus episode for Plus members, which is mostly a Q&A episode, but I’ve never really opened up that format for all listeners.
This week’s podcast topic wasn’t coming together as well as I would like, so an hour before I was set to record, I sent out an email to the Insider’s Guide list asking for questions. I didn’t do that very well though, because I mistyped the reply email, so everybody that tried to reply got their email bounce back. But I still got dozens of questions from persistent listeners that were able to find an alternative email and get ahold of me.
Topics we’ll cover in today’s episode include the endowment model, teaching our kids about money, favorite investing books, cryptocurrency, valuations, investing in individual stocks, Donor-Advised funds, the housing bubble and potential crash, FDIC insurance, and some additional topics. I won’t be able to spend too much time on each topic, otherwise the show will be too long, but let’s kick it off.
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