James Altucher sat down with personal finance guru, Ramit Sethi to discuss his new book, Your Move: The Underdog’s Guide to Building Your Business. This is part 2 of their discussion. Check it out for awesome thoughts on the crutches we use as a society that hold us back from pursuing our ideas, the nuances we discover only after DOING, how Ramit deals with being busy, and how to meet more successful people.Read More
James Altucher sat down with personal finance guru, Ramit Sethi to discuss his new book, Your Move: The Underdog’s Guide to Building Your Business. Ramit is best know for his New York Times bestseller I Will Teach You to Be Rich. They get into everything from morning routines (or lack there of), avacado toast, and perhaps most important, how to find business ideas and start making money. Enjoy!Read More
I get asked a lot about investing.
This is mostly due to start-up investing and the hoopla around it, but I’ve expanded my experiments to late-stage deals, real estate, and more. So far, my startup bets are 10x+ more successful (on paper) than my publishing career. Based on cashed-out positions, they’re still several times more successful. I’ve had a lucky stretch.
By no means am I an elite investor, but I’ve borrowed from elite investors since 2007. I’m incredibly fortunate that amazing people have been very generous with their time. Thank you, all!
I’ve made hundreds of survivable mistakes, networked my little bald head off, and–net-net–I’m happy with the results.
In this short podcast episode, I’ll explain the five (or so) steps I took to become a better investor, starting at ground zero.
Caveat emptor: I am NOT a financial advisor, and none of this advice should be taken without speaking to a qualified professional first. Also, my results could be due to pure luck and zero skill. M’kay? M’kay.
The episode’s only 40 minutes long, despite it saying 2 hoursRead More