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Money is hard to make, keep, and control—and almost everyone gets it wrong sometimes. Now, ex-Wall Street trader Jared Dillian is here to talk to you about money: from sorting out your personal finances to killing it on the stock market and everything in between. If you want to own your life—instead of borrowing or renting it—you need to start listening today.

Money is hard to make, keep, and control—and almost everyone gets it wrong sometimes. Now, ex-Wall Street trader Jared Dillian is here to talk to you about money: from sorting out your personal finances to killing it on the stock market and everything in between. If you want to own your life—instead of borrowing or renting it—you need to start listening today.
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Money is hard to make, keep, and control—and almost everyone gets it wrong sometimes. Now, ex-Wall Street trader Jared Dillian is here to talk to you about money: from sorting out your personal finances to killing it on the stock market and everything in between. If you want to own your life—instead of borrowing or renting it—you need to start listening today.

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Episodes

Money In—Money Out

10/15/2019
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“When to start drawing on Social Security benefits” is a question many people ask their advisors, and there can be many answers. Today, Jared explains the math, psychology, and payout differences between taking it at 62, or waiting until 70. And did you know there’s a country with better Social Security protections than the US? Jared dives into the details.

Duration:00:11:57

Money Is Control

10/14/2019
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Money carries a lot of emotional baggage. Whether you are good with math or avoid it, you need to be emotionally intelligent about your finances. Knowing how to take care of yourself financially, as an individual, is key to owning your life. Jared talks about the pitfalls and solutions to finding and maintaining personal financial control.

Duration:00:08:58

Ho Ho H-overspending

10/11/2019
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The holiday season can be fraught with disappointment and guilt, especially if you overspend. Don’t let gift-giving pull you into a trap – emotional or financial. Jared discusses how to manage expectations and ensure your gift-giving is enjoyable for both you and the recipient.

Duration:00:10:48

Money and the Psychology of Motivation

10/10/2019
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Sometimes motivation can be elusive, and sometimes it can be available but ineffective. Jared discusses the psychology of being motivated to earn money, while also not being motivated solely by money itself. He also reminds us that great entrepreneurial ideas aren’t great unless they are well executed.

Duration:00:11:57

The Power of Delayed Gratification

10/9/2019
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Do you want to enjoy a higher standard of living today or in the future? Buying the "dream home" in your 40s could lead to fewer choices in senior living in your 70s—is that worth the trade-off? Jared gives you his strategy… and shares an enlightening study on the power of delayed gratification.

Duration:00:10:47

When College Makes No Economic Sense

10/8/2019
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Abandon the idea that college is a golden ticket. In fact, Jared says, it’s often like walking into a giant spinning blade. Find out exactly why college is so expensive, what Jared says is the number one bad financial decision you make if you want to be a lawyer, why government intervention drives education costs up, and more.

Duration:00:08:29

(Big) Decisions, Decisions

10/2/2019
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Personal finance “experts” shame people for spending money on small luxuries like coffee, which is terrible advice, Jared says. Listen in to hear the checklist of big decisions that actually determine how much money you have.

Duration:00:09:48

Til Debt Us Do Part

10/2/2019
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Wedding loans are in vogue—but why start off your marriage with lots of debt at a very high interest rate? Jared warns about the risky math behind wedding loans, talks about why the average wedding cost is absolutely insane, and criticizes online lenders which fuel the “keeping up with the Joneses” culture.

Duration:00:11:57

Good Company/Bad Company

9/30/2019
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Jared introduces his “Constraints Theory” of investing, which helps explain why “bad” companies do well. Also up for discussion: why President Obama was the best gun salesman of all time, how a Seinfeld character can tell you a lot about how the market works, and more.

Duration:00:08:57

Jared’s Favorite Wall Street Story

9/26/2019
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How do you get a raise? Jared shares some negotiating ideas based on his time at Lehman Brothers.

Duration:00:11:58

When You Should Drop Your Partner Like Third-Period French

9/25/2019
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Jared talks about why a terrible credit score could be a deal breaker in a relationship, as well as what you need to know about your credit score, how your score is computed, what regions have the best scores, and more.

Duration:00:11:58

Why Teenagers Should Have Jobs

9/24/2019
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When burger-flipping isn’t about burger-flipping—Jared talks about what skills young adults must acquire on their first job in order to get a second one. Plus, why time-keeping is a skill and why Andrew Yang is the worst Democratic candidate.

Duration:00:11:57

Why You’re Probably Terrible at Evaluating Risk

9/23/2019
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On tonight’s podcast, Jared speaks about common dangers and the probability they’ll happen to you, as well as why life expectancy is going down in the US.

Duration:00:09:57

The Best Way to Get a Raise

9/20/2019
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There’s only one time-tested strategy to get a raise (and it’s not by doing a good job). Listen in to find out… and get Jared’s take on multi-level marketing schemes, the Big Five personality test, and more.

Duration:00:08:57

Cutting Coffee Doesn’t Move the Needle

9/19/2019
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Eating less food and living in the dark in a bid to cost-cut your way to becoming a millionaire is sheer lunacy. Jared reveals the changes you should really be looking at making…

Duration:00:08:56

Behavioral Tipping

9/18/2019
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What are the best tipping practices? What behavioral psychology principles can you apply to tipping? And who should you always, always, always tip because they “see people at their absolute worst?” Jared reveals all…

Duration:00:11:54

What Oil Prices Do to Your Life

9/17/2019
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Changes in the price of oil—driven by geopolitics—affect both our everyday and our investing lives. Jared talks about potential changes we will see following the attack on Saudi Arabia’s oil facility.

Duration:00:10:48

Bitcoin—From the Stupidest Thing Ever to Legitimate Asset

9/16/2019
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Tune in to learn about the “bitcoin cult” and its tactics, the process of mining, which famous rapper/actor made a fortune off BTC, and why Jared has changed his mind on the cryptocurrency

Duration:00:09:48

Are Credit Cards Evil?

9/13/2019
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“They certainly can be,” according to one particular “financial guru,” who encourages Americans to cut them up. Jared has a pretty different philosophy regarding credit cards—tune in to find out.

Duration:00:12:00

No Good Ideas Have Ever Come from Reddit

9/13/2019
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Selling “extreme solutions” is easy, and people desire easy solutions… but it’s okay to enjoy life and be comfortable, says Jared. Listen in to hear what he thinks about consumption and why you should want the best out of life.

Duration:00:10:48