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Rich is NOT a 4 Letter Word! The podcast for your wallet.

Rich is NOT a 4 Letter Word! The podcast for your wallet.
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Rich is NOT a 4 Letter Word! The podcast for your wallet.




Veronica Dagher on the Habits of Financially Successful Women

Hello and welcome to Rich Is Not a Four-Letter Word, the podcast for your wallet. I'm Gerri Willis with the Fox Business Network. Today my special guest is Veronica Dagher, Wall Street Journal wealth management reporter and the host of the podcast, Secrets of Wealthy Women, a series of fascinating conversations with successful women talking about how they made it and how they manage their money. Here are the takeaways: Financially successful women take an active role in their finances. They...


America’s Best 401(k) Founder Tom Zgainer On High-Quality Retirement Programs & More

Welcome to Rich is Not a Four-Letter Word, the podcast for your wallet. I'm Gerri Willis with the Fox Business Network and today I'm talking with Tom Zgainer, CEO and founder of America's Best 401(k) about market volatility. What should retirement savers and 401(k) investors do when the market posts big swings? And, how can you identify the fees and costs that are robbing your precious savings? Zgainer knows a lot about this because his company advises small business about how to set up high...


The Bullet Journal Founder Ryder Carroll On Organizing Your Life With Analog Journaling

Welcome to Rich is Not a Four-Letter Word, the podcast for your wallet. Every year about this time, I start thinking about how I can organize my work life and my private life better. How can I never miss an appointment, plan for the future and get my to do lists done for both home AND work? I've bought expensive organizers, tried organizing apps and even used a white board in my office at home. But none of that has seemed to work, until now. What's my secret? Its the Bullet Journal or BuJo...


Gerri & Siblings Reminisce On Christmas Memories

On this special holiday edition of the "Rich Is Not A Four Letter Word" podcast, Gerri Willis from the Fox Business Network is reporting from the New York Stock Exchange, but not on what you might think. She was joined by her brother and sister, Steve and Frankie, to reminisce on their favorite holiday traditions, memories, gifts, etc. The Willis siblings share stories about their long car trips to visit family as children, how they like to celebrate the holidays now, and Frankie even shares...


Dennis Gartman of The Gartman Letter On Market Volatility & Trade

Hi, I'm Gerri Willis from the Fox Business Network and host of the podcast, Rich is Not a Four-Letter Word. Up 500 points one day, down 500 the next. The stock market has been incredibly volatile. Has it got you down? Well, on this episode I spoke with legendary markets newsletter writer Dennis Gartman about his views on the market and what individual investors should be doing right now. Gartman, whose newsletter The Gartman Letter is read by many of the leading banks, brokerages, and energy...


Supermodel and Entrepreneur Christie Brinkley On Her Bellissima Prosecco

Hi, I'm Gerri Willis from the Fox Business Network and host of the podcast, Rich is Not a Four-Letter Word. I talked to legendary supermodel and businesswoman Christie Brinkley on the New York Stock Exchange floor about her new product Bellissima Bambini. As an entrepreneur and owner of multiple businesses, Brinkley is proud to offer the only zero sugar, all natural, certified organic prosecco in the marketplace. She reiterates the importance of offering a 100% natural product by sharing...


The Best Black Friday Deals with Matt Granite

Hi, I'm Gerri Willis from the Fox Business Network and host of the podcast, Rich is Not a Four-Letter Word. The holidays are coming up, and I was happy to be joined by Matt Granite (@TheDealGuy) on the podcast! Matt breaks down everything you need to know about Black Friday deals, from which vendors to check out, which categories have the biggest markdowns, and which types of deals to avoid. Listen to the podcast to find out how to get the best bang for your buck this holiday season! Take a...


Ted Rossman of On the Best Credit Cards For Your Needs

Hi, I'm Gerri Willis from the Fox Business Network and host of the podcast, Rich is Not a Four-Letter Word. I was joined by Ted Rossman, an Industry Analyst for, and he gave me the scoop on the best credit cards for YOU! Whether you're a travel fanatic, own your own business, are a college student, etc. the range of options is massive. The average consumer has 3.7 credit cards, and picking the card that best fills your needs is no easy feat, but Ted does a great job at...


Navigating Rocky Markets with Lindsey Bell

Hi, I'm Gerri Willis from the Fox Business Network and host of the podcast, Rich is Not a Four-Letter Word. Volatility. That's what we've got in the stock market these days and whether you're an active investor in stocks or simply a set it and forget it 401(k) holder, you need to understand what to expect. Fortunately we have Lindsey Bell, CFRA investment strategist, in to talk about what you need to do during these volatile times. Navigating rocky markets can be frightening but as Lindsey...


Should Halloween Be Moved To Always Fall On A Saturday?

Gerri Willis joined Fox News' Shepard Smith today to discuss how much people spend on Halloween candy and costumes, and a new petition that proposes Halloween be moved to always fall on a Saturday, in order to be safer for children. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, TuneIn, or Stitcher!


Stock Market Volatility with Stephen Guilfoyle

Hello, I'm Gerri Willis and welcome to Rich Is Not A Four Letter Word, the podcast for your wallet. One word to focus on today - volatility. That's what the stock market has been all about and what traders down on Wall Street are talking about. I spoke to one of them on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Stephen Guilfoyle, also known as Sarge, about what to make of the extreme ups and downs plaguing the market now. Here's what he told me. Here are the takeaways: When the volatility...

Gerri Opens Up About Her Cancer Battle & How It Changed Her

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Fox Business Network's Gerri Willis joined "The Story with Martha MacCallum" last night and opened up about her battle with lobular breast cancer, a type of cancer that represents just 10 to 15 percent of breast cancer cases. After being diagnosed in April 2016, Gerri underwent a mastectomy and chemotherapy treatments, but it took her a little while to fully come to terms with her diagnosis. Now, cancer-free, Gerri shares how she is happier than...

Jonathan Stein On Financial “Betterment”

Hi, I'm Gerri Willis from the Fox Business Network and host of the podcast, Rich Is Not a Four-Letter Word. Today, we're talking to Jonathan Stein, the founder and CEO of Betterment, an online service that automates investing. Some folks call Jonathan's business a robo-advisor. But as you are about to find out, his business does much more than that. Here are the takeaways: Betterment automates investing using an online interface that allows investors to make their own choices. This new age...

Are Millennials Saving the Institution of Marriage?

Millennials coming to the rescue of the great institution of marriage -- thanks to younger couples getting married later, say experts -- the nation's divorce rate is on the decline, dropping by 18 percent between 2008 and 2016. The researcher Philip Cohen says millennial marriages are more stable because their lives are in greater order when they tie the knot. "We see people getting married at older ages, people getting married with college degrees already. They are less likely to be already...


Dana Perino On Financial Anxieties, Money Management & More

She's the host of "The Daily Briefing" with Dana Perino, a co-host of "The Five" and mom of Jasper - Dana Perino - is an inspiration to many Americans because of her hard work and smarts. And, yet, as a former White House press secretary - she famously worked for George W. Bush - she's not someone you think of as being interested in money. That's all wrong. Dana has thought a lot about money and faced her own financial anxieties. Here are the takeaways: One of Dana's earliest money memories...


“Smart Women Finish Rich” With David Bach

Women face unique financial challenges that men will likely never encounter. Consider that at retirement women have a third less in retirement savings than their male counterparts. That's typically because women earn less and work less over their lifetime compared to men. In the 20th edition of "Smart Women Finish Rich," author and Co-Founder of AE Wealth Management, David Bach sounds the alarm for women to alert them to this issue and incentivize them to make changes. Here are the...


“Run for the Cure” – Susan G. Komen CEO Linda Tantawi

Sunday, Sept. 9, 2018, is Komen NYC's 28th Run for the Cure! This year Fox News and Fox Business Networks will field their biggest team ever to run/walk the race and bring awareness to the issue of breast cancer. One in eight women in this country will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime. Two years ago, it was my turn. I was diagnosed with stage three lobular breast cancer. Fortunately, I had incredible caregivers and support from my families at home and at Fox. Not everyone...


Jack Otter of Barron’s On Where You Should Put Your Money Now

Last month the bull market officially became the oldest ever as it surpassed 3,453 days. But it raises the question, are you too late to the party to invest now? Are stocks too expensive? And of course, where should you put your money now? Those are some of the questions I put to Jack Otter, Associate Publisher of Barron's and a long-time personal finance expert. Here are the takeaways: Yes, the market is up 320 percent from its lows, and that's a concern for Otter, who reminds small...


Glassdoor Reveals the Top Paying Jobs Of 2018

If you are looking for a job with high pay, Glassdoor has your number. The employment website Glassdoor ranked job titles by average base salary. For a job to be considered it had to receive at least 100 salary reports. The company used a statistical algorithm to standardize base pay numbers, controlling for factors like location and seniority. Here are the takeaways: It's all about healthcare and especially technology. Out of the top 25 jobs listed 13 were in technology, two more than last...


Greg McBride of On What Consumers Should Be Doing to Boost Their Bottom Line

With growth spiking above four percent for the second quarter, it's hard to argue that the economy is on fire and it's a great time to be looking for a job or starting a new business. But there are dangers even in this upbeat economy. In fact, a recent Federal Reserve report shows consumer debt will hit $4 trillion by the end of the year and that 26 percent of Americans owe more than a quarter of their income to this debt. So, I spoke with Greg McBride, chief financial analyst with...