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Millionaires Unveiled interviews and tells the stories of everyday millionaires. We provide detailed insight into their investing strategies and current portfolio allocation. How did they get started? What decisions did they make along the way? How has their portfolio allocation changed, and what are they doing now to not only keep, but also grow, their highly sought after "millionaire" status? From these extensive and thought provoking interviews, you'll be able to assess your current portfolio allocation, learn investing strategies, and join the fast track to financial success.

Millionaires Unveiled interviews and tells the stories of everyday millionaires. We provide detailed insight into their investing strategies and current portfolio allocation. How did they get started? What decisions did they make along the way? How has their portfolio allocation changed, and what are they doing now to not only keep, but also grow, their highly sought after "millionaire" status? From these extensive and thought provoking interviews, you'll be able to assess your current portfolio allocation, learn investing strategies, and join the fast track to financial success.
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Millionaires Unveiled interviews and tells the stories of everyday millionaires. We provide detailed insight into their investing strategies and current portfolio allocation. How did they get started? What decisions did they make along the way? How has their portfolio allocation changed, and what are they doing now to not only keep, but also grow, their highly sought after "millionaire" status? From these extensive and thought provoking interviews, you'll be able to assess your current portfolio allocation, learn investing strategies, and join the fast track to financial success.

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English


Episodes

103: Guest Interview - Choose Financial Independence with Chris Mamula

10/14/2019
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Today's interview features Chris Mamula, co-author of the new book, "Choose FI: Your Blueprint to Financial Independence." We discuss his background and how he was able to retire at the age of 41. Chris shares input on health insurance when retired, what surprised him upon retirement, how he personally invests, and how to transfer net worth to cash flow/income. He divulges the story behind the book and also what stood out to him from his research and writing. Check out the book at...

Duration:01:14:33

102: Net Worth of 1.9M - Handyman and Vending Machines

10/7/2019
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Larry has a current net worth of 1.9M. He currently works as a handyman but started and worked with several small businesses including, but not limited to, vending machines, trucking, sewer management, and truck repairs. He discusses several different ventures including why they started and ultimately ended. Larry talks about how to start and scale a small business, as well as knowing when to sell. He is 55 years ago, debt adverse, and just paid off his home last year.

Duration:00:37:35

101: Interviews Recap, What Have We Learned?

9/30/2019
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In this episode we discuss how and why the show was started, highlights and lowlights along the way, favorite interviews, and some of the things that we've learned from interviewing nearly 100 everyday millionaires. We also discuss upcoming plans for the show including a new website.

Duration:00:19:20

100: Net Worth of 100M - Build an Intentional Life with David Osborn

9/23/2019
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David Osborn is an author, real estate investor, world traveler, mentor and father. He's the author of three books, Wealth Can't Wait, Miracle Morning Millionaires, and Tribe of Millionaires. We discuss intentionality, goal-setting, passive income, risk-taking, mindset, one's tribe or influencers, education and learning, and more. He shares how he was able to grow his net worth from -$1,500 at age 26 to around nine figures today. Check out his new book at...

Duration:01:29:37

99: Net Worth of 5.5M - Mid 60's Female, Never Made Over $82K

9/16/2019
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Diane shares her inspiring story of saving and investing her way to financial success. She worked first as an engineer, and then taught engineering; she never made over $82,000. Furthermore, she has four children, three homes, and 4.9MM in her IRA. She discusses her asset allocation and investing mistakes and advice. She shares that she consistently put 10% into retirement and lived frugally.

Duration:00:45:56

98: Net Worth of 1.8M - 52 Single Family Rentals, $67K Monthly Rental Income

9/9/2019
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Today's episode features Chris with a net worth of $1.8MM. Of the $1.8MM, 70% is invested in real estate. Together with his business partner, they own 52 single family rentals. He discusses all things real estate including his first deal, self managing all the homes, financing, due diligence, sending mailers, etc.. He collects about $67K monthly in rental income and nets about $11K monthly. Beyond real estate, he has 14% of his net worth in cash, and 16% in retirement accounts.

Duration:00:55:24

97: Net Worth of 1.1M - Female on FIRE, Paid off $110K of Student Loans

9/2/2019
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Courtney and her wife have a current net worth of $1.1MM. About $600K of that is invested in the market, 60% of which is in stocks, and 15% in bonds. They also hold a significant portion of their net worth, about 25% in cash and have $210K in home equity. We discuss her mindset on FIRE, her FIRE number, safe withdrawal rates, and how she and her wife overcame student loan debt of $110K. Their household spending is about $25K annually including about $450 per month on food.

Duration:02:19:32

96: Guest Interview - Passive Real Estate Investing with Marco Santarelli

8/26/2019
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Today's interview features Marco, host of the popular real estate investing podcast, "Passive Real Estate Investing." We discuss his investing history, his 10 rules for successful real estate investing (http://www.noradarealestate.com/blog/10-rules-of-successful-real-estate-investing/), goal setting, investing in markets outside of your own, and the mindset behind success. Check out his podcast at https://www.passiverealestateinvesting.com.

Duration:01:10:09

95: Net Worth of 630K - Teacher with Side Hustles

8/19/2019
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Don and his wife are both teachers. They have combined teaching income of about $125K. On top of teaching, they earn about $20K in additional income from side hustles. He discusses how he earns income on the side and the positive attitude needed to increase your earnings. They have about $350K in retirement accounts, $10K in cash, $7K in gold, and $7K in a 529 plan. Don also discusses his pension and provides advice to others who are pension eligible. Furthermore, he and his wife spend about...

Duration:00:45:32

94: Net Worth of 1.4M - Female, Mid 30's, Started with 35K Job

8/12/2019
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This week's episode highlights Ericka with a current net worth of 1.4M. She is married and has seven rental units, most of which are single family houses (from which she currently makes about 10K a month in passive income). She and her husband have 60% of their net worth in real estate, 25% in equities, 12% in cash, and 3% in other including crypto. Ericka has a motivating story about growing her annual salary from 35K to over six figures, and unveils her journey to millionaire.

Duration:01:15:02

93: Net Worth of 1.0M - The Loonie Doctor, Don't get Financially Hosed

8/5/2019
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Today's interview features the Loonie Doctor, a Canadian physician who blogs at https://www.looniedoctor.ca/. He discusses his investment allocation (and why he's chosen that allocation), why doctors are notoriously bad with money, how investment vehicles in Canada differ from those in the US, his experience with financial advisors, and why it's important to keep learning and trying new things.

Duration:01:08:35

92: Guest Interview - Self Storage Investing

7/29/2019
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Kris joins us to discuss his story and the benefits of investing in self storage. He personally started investing in real estate by buying duplexes with the goal of owning 50 total units that cash flowed to fit his lifestyle. He then decided to invest in a ground-up multi-family development before turning his attention to self storage. Kris discusses the ins and outs of self storage and shares why it's a great investment. Read more about him and his company at...

Duration:00:37:34

91: Net Worth of 650K - 33-Year-Old Sales Manager on FIRE

7/22/2019
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Todd, a 33-year-old sales manager (wife works in project management), shares his story and investment allocation. He and his wife have a current net worth of $650K with $525K invested in equities. Of the $525K, roughly 70% is invested domestically, while 30% is invested internationally. Todd also discusses changing one's investment allocation over time, living in a high cost of living area, and what FIRE means for him. He also shares that they spend about $100K annually.

Duration:01:08:47

90: Net Worth of 8.0M - Entrepreneur Investing $300K Per Year in VTSAX

7/15/2019
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Today's interview features the story of a successful entrepreneur and investor. Mr. Hobo Millionaire shares his thoughts on paying his home off early (in only three years), Airbnb rental strategies, and the ups and downs of his entrepreneurial journey. He also shares his favorite books, the mistakes he's made, and his plans for retirement. Check out his blog at https://mrhobomillionaire.com/.

Duration:01:22:16

89: Net Worth of 10.0M - Driving a Honda Odyssey

7/8/2019
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Jeff joins us for today's interview where we discuss his entrepreneurial journey including the ups and downs, trading stocks including calls and options, the current state of the market, and his financial viewpoints on insurance, generational wealth, and changing one's lifestyle when net worth increases. Jeff is the co-founder of ragingbull.com and first reached millionaire status in his early 30's.

Duration:01:23:43

88: Guest Interview - Mrs. Frugalwoods

7/1/2019
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Mrs. Frugalwoods joins us for this show to discuss frugal living, FIRE, investing, and being intentional with one's decision making. She shares thoughts on raising kids while working, what it's like living (and growing lots of food) on a 66 acre property in Vermont. We also talk about real estate investing, how her interest in personal finance started and what FIRE means to her. Check out her blog at https://www.frugalwoods.com/.

Duration:00:39:03

87: Net Worth of 15.0M - Broke Immigrant To Land Buyer

6/24/2019
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Jack, with a current net worth of nearly $15 million is a land and real estate investor. He is an immigrant from Germany who started with nothing but student loan debt. He took a low paying job out of college and eventually started buying land. Jack has numerous single family rentals and shares how to best manage both single and multifamily investments. He shares his mistakes, advice, and strategies on investing. Find out more about him at https://www.jackbosch.com/.

Duration:01:15:48

86: Net Worth of 5.0M - Australian Swimmer Turned Financial Advisor

6/17/2019
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Pete currently lives in Australia and works as a financial advisor. His net worth is split into three different buckets - real estate, equity investments, and small business. He discusses his background and story including almost being an Australian Olympic swimmer before finding the financial planning industry. He was 35 years old when he hit his first million. Pete now travels extensively and enjoys spending time with family and friends while helping others on their journey through life.

Duration:00:39:35

85: Net Worth of 1.2M - Teacher with a $70K House

6/10/2019
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This episode features Jerry with a current net worth of 1.2M. He and his wife are both teachers and overcame student debt of almost $50K. At the age of 35, Jerry and his wife had a net worth of zero. Through contributing to retirement accounts and frugal habits, they have become millionaires. Jerry divulges his investment allocation which includes a 529 plan, an HSA, and 925K in the Vanguard total stock market index fund.

Duration:00:29:00

84: Guest Interview - Vanguard Head of U.S. Wealth Planning, Maria Bruno

6/3/2019
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Maria Bruno is the head of U.S. wealth planning research at Vanguard. We discuss the current state of the market and specific trends Vanguard has discovered from their research. Maria shares insights on Roth vs. Traditional investments, Roth IRA conversions, required minimum distributions, and U.S. vs. international allocation. She also discusses Vanguard's investing principles and how much one should consider taxes in their investment planning. https://vanguardblog.com/author/maria-bruno/

Duration:00:36:45