On Fleek? Do the kids still say that? Johnnie Weathersby, Gentleman about town, joins us to share his step-by-step guide to money like an adult. We’ll also tackle the right and wrong way to measure your investing success.
Our interview with Motley Fool co-founder David Gardner ran a little long so we had to edit it down to fit the show. But, dear listeners, we didn't want to deprive you of his fabulously futuristic insights. So here's the whole shebang, including how sheer laziness can be one of your best investing traits.
If anyone knows what the future looks like at The Motley Fool, it’s our co-founder David Gardner. He joins us to talk about which tech trends he has his eye on, as well as how to find—and invest in—the companies that are driving the future. We’ll also answer a listener question about when to consider a Roth 401k and then meet this week’s Money Morons.
We play Pollyanna to all the negative voices in your head that tell you you'll never have enough money to retire (Yes, even if you don't have a big salary or are getting a late start). We also ask some of our favorite financial advisors for their #1 best way to be better with money in 2016.
It turns out that correctly answering three little questions can predict how financially successful you'll be in life. Sadly most people can't ace the test (but we're confident you can!). We also sit down Tess Vigeland to talk about taking the leap to find happiness in your career and Robert delivers an update on his good habit challenge.