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This is the show where all things technology and personal finance collide. Hosted by CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™, speaker, blogger, and self-proclaimed personal finance nerd Malcolm Ethridge, this show seeks to shake up the traditional approach to personal finance and make concepts such as budgeting, investing, tax planning, stock options, real estate, and insurance (just to name a few) more accessible to the tech community. Once referred to as the “Stuart Scott of personal finance,” Malcolm’s approach is both relatable and entertaining for audiences of all ages and experience levels.

This is the show where all things technology and personal finance collide. Hosted by CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™, speaker, blogger, and self-proclaimed personal finance nerd Malcolm Ethridge, this show seeks to shake up the traditional approach to personal finance and make concepts such as budgeting, investing, tax planning, stock options, real estate, and insurance (just to name a few) more accessible to the tech community. Once referred to as the “Stuart Scott of personal finance,” Malcolm’s approach is both relatable and entertaining for audiences of all ages and experience levels.

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This is the show where all things technology and personal finance collide. Hosted by CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™, speaker, blogger, and self-proclaimed personal finance nerd Malcolm Ethridge, this show seeks to shake up the traditional approach to personal finance and make concepts such as budgeting, investing, tax planning, stock options, real estate, and insurance (just to name a few) more accessible to the tech community. Once referred to as the “Stuart Scott of personal finance,” Malcolm’s approach is both relatable and entertaining for audiences of all ages and experience levels.

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English


Episodes

39. What Happens To Your Equity When Your Company Goes Private

5/18/2022
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, by now you have certainly heard about Elon Musk’s plans to buy Twitter and take it from a public company to a private one. Oftentimes, there are many things that will change when a company goes private. And that is especially true with it comes to existing shareholders. … Continue reading 39. What Happens To Your Equity When Your Company Goes Private →

Duration:00:27:26

38. Developing Passive Investment Income as a Tech Professional with Christopher Nelson

5/4/2022
Tech professionals are some of the best paid and most in-demand workers around the globe. And in exchange for that great pay and other incentives, it is not uncommon to log back-to-back (to back to back to back) 50, 60, or even 75-hour work weeks; ultimately leading to a burnout. One of the ways to … Continue reading 38. Developing Passive Investment Income as a Tech Professional with Christopher Nelson →

Duration:00:38:56

37. Finding Liquidity for Your Illiquid Shares with Vieje Piauwasdy

4/27/2022
If you’ve ever worked for a startup, then you know it can feel a bit like watching paint dry, waiting for the company to reach its light at the end of the tunnel, going public, and allowing you to finally cash in on all of your hard work and contribution. In many cases, it can … Continue reading 37. Finding Liquidity for Your Illiquid Shares with Vieje Piauwasdy →

Duration:00:41:49

36. Taking the Emotion Out of Investing with Daniel Crosby

4/20/2022
The underlying theme of the stock market and the way it functions is that we are all rational actors in a rational world, acting on the very same publicly available information at the very same time. But the reality is that we are all irrational beings, living in an irrational world. We frequently do things … Continue reading 36. Taking the Emotion Out of Investing with Daniel Crosby →

Duration:00:39:42

35. Common Tax Pitfalls to Avoid When Managing Your Equity with Daniel Hodgin

4/6/2022
When it comes to your equity, every decision, whether it’s to do something with your shares, or to do nothing at all, comes with a tax consequence. But sometimes, the consequences of that action or inaction, are less obvious, until it’s a year later, the tax bill is due, and you have no idea how … Continue reading 35. Common Tax Pitfalls to Avoid When Managing Your Equity with Daniel Hodgin →

Duration:00:43:57

34. The Importance of Negotiating Your Equity with Brooke Harley

3/30/2022
Unsure whether and how to ask for more equity when negotiating your new compensation package? The 30 minutes you spend negotiating your new employment agreement could change the course of your entire future, and negotiating for more equity can be the driving force for that change. In this episode, Malcolm Ethridge sits down with Brooke … Continue reading 34. The Importance of Negotiating Your Equity with Brooke Harley →

Duration:00:45:29

33. LatinX Representation in Tech and Venture Capital with Cheryl Campos

3/23/2022
Less than 1% of all professionals working in venture capital today identify as LatinX, and only 1.2% of LatinX founders had access to or received VC funding in the last year. However, there are several leaders in the finance and tech communities actively working to change that. In this episode, Malcolm Ethridge sits down with … Continue reading 33. LatinX Representation in Tech and Venture Capital with Cheryl Campos →

Duration:00:39:33

32. Talking to Your Family About Money with Amy Castoro

3/16/2022
We’ve all heard the statistics and read the articles about the pro athlete or entertainer who lived a life of luxury for years, spent money freely, gave it away, didn’t respect it, and then one day, they were no longer at the height of their fame and success, the dollars stopped coming in, and they … Continue reading 32. Talking to Your Family About Money with Amy Castoro →

Duration:00:42:47

31. Are NFTs a Fad or the Future? with Jesse Krieger

3/2/2022
Not that long ago, we were all trying to wrap our collective heads around this thing called Bitcoin and how it was promising to revolutionize the way we all pay for goods and services. And now, before we’ve really even come to a consensus on whether cryptocurrencies are a digital currency, a store of value, … Continue reading 31. Are NFTs a Fad or the Future? with Jesse Krieger →

Duration:00:41:44

30. Passive Investing in Farmland and Agriculture with Peter Badger

2/23/2022
Whenever we think of investing in real estate, we tend to think of either single family homes, apartment buildings, office buildings, or maybe shopping malls. But rarely do we think of buying raw or developed land as a means to invest in real estate and enjoy all of the financial benefits that tend to come … Continue reading 30. Passive Investing in Farmland and Agriculture with Peter Badger →

Duration:00:32:11

29. Cultivating the Next Generation of Black Tech Leaders With Clinton Browning

2/16/2022
Traditionally, companies source their executive teams and boards of directors solely through their existing networks of employees, investors, friends or family. This tends to lead to companies being led by groups who are not very reflective of their workforce or customer base. In this episode, Malcolm Ethridge sits down with Clinton Browning, partner and Head … Continue reading 29. Cultivating the Next Generation of Black Tech Leaders With Clinton Browning →

Duration:00:40:00

28. Malcolm’s 10 Financial Commandments

2/2/2022
There is no shortage of thoughts and opinions out there when it comes to managing your personal finances and making smart money moves. However, not all financial advice is created equal. Some is meant to entertain, some is meant to inspire, and some is meant to educate. In this episode, Malcolm Ethridge rips a few … Continue reading 28. Malcolm’s 10 Financial Commandments →

Duration:00:37:40

27. Non-Traditional Ways to Fund Your Startup with Doll Lank

1/26/2022
Are you considering launching a start-up but unsure how you’ll come up with the funding? Are you currently looking at options to bring to life the next stage of your business and grow? A ROBS transaction might be the answer you’ve been looking for. In this episode Malcolm Ethridge sits down with Doll Lank, partner … Continue reading 27. Non-Traditional Ways to Fund Your Startup with Doll Lank →

Duration:00:43:33

26. Teaching Financial Literacy Through Technology with Evan Leaphart

1/19/2022
Your credit is important, and it is something that is going to either propel you toward or hold you back from financial independence. So why is that so many people know next to nothing about how credit scores work? In this episode, Malcolm Ethridge sits down with Evan Leaphart, founder of Kiddie Kredit, to discuss … Continue reading 26. Teaching Financial Literacy Through Technology with Evan Leaphart →

Duration:00:38:21

[Bonus Episode] Office Hours: What are Non-Traditional Mortgages and Who are They a Good Fit For?

12/1/2021
A non-traditional mortgage is defined as any mortgage that does not qualify as standard or conventional, or conform to a standard amortization schedule. Such as an adjustable rate mortgage, an interest only mortgage, a balloon payment, etc. And although these loans typically have higher interest rates to reflect the additional risks for the lender, they … Continue reading [Bonus Episode] Office Hours: What are Non-Traditional Mortgages and Who are They a Good Fit For? →

Duration:00:16:54

25. Untapped Career Opportunities in Technical Sales with Ryan Jones

11/24/2021
In a sales role, you are responsible for your own success. You get the opportunity to make your own schedule, meet interesting people and travel to new places. However, a role in sales might not always be easy. In this episode, Malcolm Ethridge is joined by Ryan Jones, enterprise sales director for Microsoft, as they … Continue reading 25. Untapped Career Opportunities in Technical Sales with Ryan Jones →

Duration:00:46:01

24. Founding a Tech Company with a Background as a Marketer with Hassan Riggs

11/10/2021
When you think of the founder of a tech company, your mind tends to immediately picture an engineer in a hoodie hunched over a laptop coding into the wee hours of the night. But for the founders of some of the largest tech companies that you know and love, this isn’t the case. It is … Continue reading 24. Founding a Tech Company with a Background as a Marketer with Hassan Riggs →

Duration:00:50:32

23. The Gender Pay Gap Around Equity Compensation with Brooke Harley

10/27/2021
According to a study by Rutgers Institute, 24% of male employees hold employer stock options while only 17% of female employees do. Looking at it from a dollars and cents perspective, in 2018, the average value of a stock option for a male employee was $104,902 compared to $26,361 for a woman. These staggering numbers … Continue reading 23. The Gender Pay Gap Around Equity Compensation with Brooke Harley →

Duration:00:46:51

22. Answering Your Questions

10/13/2021
We have been at this podcast for a while now, and are constantly bringing you new topics that relate to your personal finances. With that, comes a lot of listener questions; we are sure that there are lots of people who are questioning the same things. We encourage you to send in your questions and … Continue reading 22. Answering Your Questions →

Duration:00:33:12

21. Accessing the Value of Your Concentrated Stock Position with Anthony LoBalbo

9/29/2021
There are ways that you can access the value of your concentrated stock positions and avoid the huge tax bill. In this episode, Malcolm Ethridge sits down with Anthony LoBalbo, regional manager with Schwab Bank, as they discuss the securities backed line of credit. Malcolm and Anthony discuss how it works and how you could … Continue reading 21. Accessing the Value of Your Concentrated Stock Position with Anthony LoBalbo →

Duration:00:23:57