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Best Paul Merriman podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Paul Merriman podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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James Dahle, M.D., of White Coat Investor brought together Paul Merriman and Rick Ferri, CFA, President of The John C. Bogle Center for Financial Literacy and host of the Boglehead Podcast, for a lively Zoom discussion of factor investing. The conversation starts with defining asset classes, total market investing and factor investing and continues…
 
Paul begins the podcast with a response to a listener who thought the introduction to his new book (shared in Paul's July 9 newsletter), suggesting that each of 12 simple steps could be worth an additional million dollars, "read like a late night infomercial.” Paul not only takes the stand that each of the 12 steps can reasonably be worth an extra …
 
Why do investors find it difficult to deal with the reality of the random nature of investment returns? Paul gave a lot of thought to this question in preparation for an interview with Jim Dahle of White Coat Investor and Rick Ferri, President of The John C. Bogle Center for Financial Literacy. On this podcast he shares his conclusions, including t…
 
Paul tackles six topics from commodities to retirement savings, from first-time investing to current retirement investment strategies. A special thank you to Paul’s podcast listeners who responded to his survey question: "Podcasts or videos: which do you prefer?" Your listenership, and sharing this information — to help educate and empower others —…
 
In this special presentation to the Bainbridge Community Foundation, June 2020, Paul provides insights into the past, present and future of investing. What are the most important lessons learned about investing in the last 50 years? How can we use them to make more money for our retirement? What 3 myths cost investors up to half their retirement sa…
 
On February 22, before the recent bear market and during the very early days of the Coronavirus, I was scheduled to speak at Vestory’s Annual Retiremeet. I went a day early so I could interview two very good friends I'd worked with for more than 10 years, Tom Cock and Don MacDonald. The three of us used to do a weekly radio show together. It was al…
 
In this podcast, Paul answers recent questions from his readers, video viewers and podcast listeners including how best to enter the market in these uncertain times, which equity asset classes to hold. small-cap value strategies and more. In your book, “First Time Investor: Grow and Protect Your Money,” you write (page 49), “Don’t bother with targe…
 
On May 9, 2020 Chris Pedersen and Paul Merriman addressed the San Diego American Association of Individual Investors (AAII) via Zoom. Chris, director of research, presented “2 Funds for Life” and Paul, founder and president of The Merriman Financial Education Foundation, presented “The Ultimate Buy and Hold Strategy.” After the presentations Daryl …
 
Paul Merriman responds to a podcast listener who wrote: “I am convinced your 4-Fund Combo is a portfolio I want to add to my portfolio. My question is, how confident are you in the past performance of these four asset classes from 1970-2019 AND how confident can we be about any performance?" Before digging into the specifics of the 4-Fund Portfolio…
 
In May, Paul Merriman, founder of The Merriman Financial Education Foundation, and Chris Pedersen, director of research, were guest presenters at two ChooseFI online events, via Facebook Live on May 9 and Zoom on May 16. On May 9 Chris and Paul made separate presentations: Paul on “12 Investment Decisions Guaranteed to Change Your Financial Future"…
 
While it is easy to show young investors how to make an extra million dollars over the course of 50 years or more, it’s not so easy to do for retired investors looking at 10 to 30 more years. But there are ways! Here Paul suggests 10 different ways to add a million dollars or more to the portfolio of an investor near or in retirement. Paul referenc…
 
In this podcast (also watchable as a YouTube video), Paul Merriman, along with Director of Research Chris Pedersen and Chief Analyst Daryl Bahls get together on a Zoom call to answer additional questions submitted during the ChooseFI Facebook Live event, for which time did not permit on the original recording. The event was hosted by Jen Mah on May…
 
While the coronavirus pandemic has changed everyone’s life — and hopefully without illness or loss — for The Merriman Financial Education Foundation it has been a huge game changer, in a very good way. In this podcast Paul shares some new ways he’s able to serve more investors and he answers seven questions from his listeners and readers. 1. Can yo…
 
"Many people, including myself, tend to consider the bad things that might happen before considering the good outcome that is more likely to happen,” " says Paul Merriman. "That challenging state of mind requires having a "little house” plan... just in case the list of catastrophic events actually happens. The massive loss of employment means a lot…
 
For the past eight weeks, Paul focused on what he considers among the most important decisions an investor is likely to make in a lifetime. In this podcast he quickly reviews those key decisions through the articles, podcasts and tables that were recently created to help investors be the best they can be. And he discusses the topics contained in hi…
 
In discussing the latest Fixed Contribution Tables, Paul gives investors an opportunity to explore the differences between many of the various strategies that he, Chris Pedersen and Daryl Bahls have developed. In discussing the Tables, Paul first provides an overview for those in the early years of investing, and then a more thorough explanation fo…
 
This podcast introduces the Distribution and Contribution Tables for the 4-Fund Combo, plus Paul discusses how these results compare with the other equity asset classes on the Fine Tuning, Distribution and Contribution tables. More than 60 new and updated tables are now available at PaulMerriman.com, generously created by Daryl Bahls. These tables …
 
One of the biggest financial decisions we make can be the choice of distribution strategy in retirement. In this podcast Paul compares the risks and returns of flexible and fixed distribution strategies, not just in terms of money available for retirement expenses but also for heirs and charities at the end of life. He compares results of 4 and 5 p…
 
From explaining how index funds are built to his opinion on how far the market will fall; from where to find resources for teaching high schoolers about personal finance to custodial accounts and rebalancing Target-Date funds, Paul answers 20 questions from his readers and listeners. Scan through and listen to those that interest you or tune in to …
 
When the market finally turns around and heads back up, what kind of portfolios are likely to perform better than the market in general? In this podcast Paul shares what he calls the Comeback Portfolio. During the discussion he uses some existing tables plus a couple of new tables to make his case. For those who want to download the tables here are…
 
Listen to Sound Investing on your favorite listening platforms: Bear Markets and Fixed Distributions The two most important articles and podcasts The Merriman Financial Education Foundation produces each year are the "Ultimate Buy and Hold Strategy” — which helps you determine what equity asset classes to hold in your portfolio — and "Fine Tuning Y…
 
Listen to Sound Investing on your favorite listening platforms: Focusing on small-cap value from every angle Paul knows, this podcast compares Price-to-Earnings ratios, Price-to-Book ratios, average size company and one-year and 40-year period returns. Paul shares the latest academic research on small-cap value, comparison of risk and return for S&…
 
Listen to Sound Investing on your favorite listening platforms: Paul shares writings and wisdom from two of his trusted Truth Tellers, George Sisti of On Course Financial Planning and Dr. Jim Dahle of The White Coat Investor. Both of these experts are focused on helping people be better buy-and-hold investors. George's blog post is titled “Here We …
 
Listen to Sound Investing on your favorite listening platforms: Fine-Tuning Your Asset Allocations 2020 Update Do you want to have a better idea of the range — or returns and risks of loss — that different equity asset classes have generated over a long period of time? In this podcast, Paul discusses 5 tables covering the S&P 500, Worldwide Equity …
 
Listen to Sound Investing on your favorite listening platforms: The most important work we have done over the last 38 years has been to help investors identify the equity asset classes they should consider holding in their portfolio. In this podcast, along with the accompanying tables, Paul updates investors on the results of his Ultimate Buy and H…
 
Listen to Sound Investing on your favorite listening platforms: Paul was interviewed by Rick Ferri, the host of Bogleheads on Investing, on Feb. 3, 2020. During and after the recording, scores of questions and comments were written at the Bogleheads chatroom. This podcast is Paul's reply to a number of the topics discussed with Rick and the questio…
 
Listen to Sound Investing on your favorite listening platforms: The new Callan Periodic Tables have been released and in this podcast Paul discusses 10 important lessons from the main table (2000-2019) and several other Callan tables he has not addressed before. Paul encourages listeners to review the tables (links below) and see how many important…
 
Listen to Sound Investing on your favorite listening platforms: Can an employee convince his company’s 401k trustees to make changes? It took 4 years for this one dedicated investor to do so and he won big. Hopefully, this story will inspire others to work this hard to change the financial futures for all 401k investors. 2:00 What is the lifetime c…
 
Listen to Sound Investing on your favorite listening platforms: Paul's recent podcast, The Real Secret to Long-Term Investment Success, elicited many comments and questions at the Bogleheads forum (you can read the threads of conversation here) and from regular Sound Investing listeners. The following are questions addressed on this podcast. What d…
 
Listen to Sound Investing on your favorite listening platforms: What’s the toughest challenge for many investors? Staying the course for the long term. In this podcast, Paul discusses what he considers "the most useful information for investors.” While adding new insights to his Ultimate Buy and Hold Strategy, Fine Tuning Your Asset Allocation and …
 
Listen to Sound Investing on your favorite listening platforms: Paul discusses the comparative returns from the Vanguard, DFA and Best-In-Class Portfolios for 2019. He also responds to 12 questions from listeners and readers of paulmerriman.com’s podcasts, articles, videos, books and recommendations for mutual funds, ETFs, 401k’s, the Ultimate Buy-…
 
Listen to Sound Investing on your favorite listening platforms: In this podcast, Paul shares his thoughts for the coming year and answers investor questions. The S&P 500 has made 5% more than the portfolio you recommend. Should I put it all in the S&P? 14:50 What do you think of the new Avantis ETFs?27:05 What do you think about structured notes? I…
 
Listen to Sound Investing on your favorite listening platforms: Paul was planning a traditional "Happy Holidays!" podcast but woke up to information that set his hair on fire. While he has been writing articles about index funds for decades, the most read is “30 reasons to fall in love with index funds”. While the most common advantages are low exp…
 
Listen to Sound Investing on your favorite listening platforms: Four years ago we wrote one of our most popular articles, "How To Turn $3000 into $50 million." This article, originally published at MarketWatch, has had over 500 comments and many of them were calling the strategy crazy. In this podcast Paul offers at least 10 solid lessons about thi…
 
Listen to Sound Investing on your favorite listening platforms: The most common question Paul receives these days is, "What is the best investment approach, The Ultimate Buy-and-Hold strategy or 2 Funds for Life?” The potential long-term returns of these two strategies may be very similar but they will take very different paths. The Ultimate Buy-an…
 
Listen to Sound Investing on your favorite listening platforms: In this interview with Ken Roberts, of Ken’s Bulls and Bears, the conversation covered many bear market-related topics such as: How big a loss should an investor expect to suffer? What should investors do to prepare for a significant decline? What should investors do to prepare for a s…
 
Listen to Sound Investing on your favorite listening platforms: This podcast is adapted from Financial Fitness After 50, created for PBS as part of a contributors’ package of DVDs, CDs and book in 2012. To watch the video, rather than listen to the podcast, click here. Paul also recommends reading the recent MarketWatch article, written with Rich B…
 
Paul addresses 14 questions from listeners and readers, but first he speaks to an interesting case of an investor who has greater trust in a bar of gold than a government bond-based Vanguard fund. Where are your Fine Tuning Tables for 2019? 9:33 Where can I get a better rate of return in my checking account? 11:20 Does indexing work as well in a mu…
 
This recent Marketwatch article, "This strategy beats a total stock market fund and gives you more diversification," attracted almost 85,000 readers in its first week, so Paul decided to address some topics and questions submitted by readers of the article. These include: The use of individual stocks vs. mutual funds or ETFs The risk of small-cap v…
 
Listen in as Paul shares insights from a special week of presentations to three very different groups interested in sound investing. On Wednesday, he addressed high school financial literacy teachers in Washington state. Thursday he spoke with young FIRE investors at a meeting of Choose FI Orlando, Florida. And on Saturday, also in Orlando, he was …
 
In this podcast, Paul addresses four different but related issues regarding the management of your investments. When should you fire an advisor? Paul discusses the ethics and competence an advisor and others must have. Ken Fisher’s recent problems have raised another requirement one could expect from an advisor. This could be very important to list…
 
In this podcast Paul addresses questions from his investor listeners on managing risk, pensions, early retirement and more in the current market. Topic 1: Napkin Finance has produced a terrific graphic that compares 5 different types of experts who can help you manage your money. Unfortunately, they forgot to include free services like ours or news…
 
The podcast addresses five different topics from our readers and listeners. It starts with a discussion of the likely future returns of growth vs. value. I read a short blog from Seth Godin, titled “Getting to the truth”: Your anecdote isn’t true. I know it happened. I know that your experience, your feelings, your outcomes are real. And they’re yo…
 
In last week’s podcast, I responded to some recent controversies about small-cap-value returns. I examined and shared my findings of a study that looked at the history of returns for many of the popular asset classes: S&P 500, Total Market Index, Large-Cap Value, Small-Cap Blend, Small-Cap Value, U.S. Long-Term Bonds, U.S. Treasury Bills and Inflat…
 
Some controversy and concern seems to have risen about small-cap-value returns. While on vacation in Europe recently, I used the early morning hours to complete a study examining the history of returns for many of the popular asset classes: S&P 500, Total Market Index, Large Cap Value, Small Cap Blend, Small Cap Value, U.S. Long Term Bonds, U.S. Tr…
 
In this sequel to Part 1, Paul and Ed Fulbright of Fulbright & Fulbright, CPA, PA, continue their conversation about the growing interest in the Financial Independence Retire Early (FIRE) Movement on Ed's weekly educational radio program, Mastering Your Money. Paul talks about his experience with FIRE, including the recent movie, “Playing With Fire…
 
Financial Independence Retire Early (Part 1) Paul joins Ed Fulbright of Fulbright & Fulbright, CPA, PA, on his weekly educational radio program, Mastering Your Money, to discuss the FIRE Movement. F.I.R.E. is an acronym for Financial Independence Retire Early. It's a growing movement of people who are practicing FIRE principles — high savings rates…
 
This podcast is the audio-only version of the video, Target Date Funds: America’s #1 Retirement Investment, in which Paul illuminates why Target Date Funds are America’s best retirement investment, and how to maximize that investment with his 2-Funds-For-Life Strategy. While this strategy is ideal for young and first-time investors, it can be effec…
 
In this interview — with Joe Andersen, CFP and "Big Al Clopine, CPA of Pure Financial Advisors, Inc. on their podcast, "Your Money Your Wealth” — Paul makes the case that owning just two funds for life is a “home-run” investing strategy for some investors. Plus, the hosts answer your money questions: how should teachers, and others without Social S…
 
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