Student Podcasts

EP038 Investor Spotlight Part 1

Mark, Quintin, and Mounir – three young millionaires-in-the-making – are young investors building their wealth and striving to achieve financial fitness. Mark is a 25-year-old investor focused on building his long-term wealth by making small investments early and reaping the rewards of compound interest. Quintin is a 20-year-old university student who is making his money work for him by investing a portion of his bi-weekly paychecks into the cannabis industry. Mounir, a 25-year-old investor who began his journey into investing

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EP037 Cohabitate in a Financially Fit Way

With the continued increases in housing prices and rental rates, young people realize the need to become more creative and resourceful when it comes to moving out on their own. Many young millionaires-in-the-making consider moving in with friends or their significant other to develop a sense of freedom, responsibility, and to start their journey into adulthood. However, often, young adults often don’t realize all of the things they should consider when deciding to cohabitate with others. In this episode, I

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EP035 How to Prepare for a Side Hustle with Jeet Banerjee

Jeet Banerjee is a serial entrepreneur, TEDx speaker, digital marketing consultant, and the creator of The Income Incubator, an online academy for those who want to be online entrepreneurs and business owners. At 17, he started his first business, and by the age of 25, he had successfully launched over ten businesses and sold two companies at a profit. Currently, he helps other entrepreneurs and business owners achieve their dreams while building highly successful businesses. Jeet joins me today to

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EP033 Investing Basics

Understanding the basics is foundational when learning a new skill or pursuing new undertakings. The first step before investing is to equip yourself with the basics of how investing works. It is crucial that you understand how investment returns are generated and how investors gauge and manage risks based on their investment objectives and time horizon.   “No matter what your time horizon or risk tolerance, you should never invest your money in something you do not understand.” – Tracey

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