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31 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Morgan Housel. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Morgan Housel, often where they are interviewed.

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31 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Morgan Housel. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Morgan Housel, often where they are interviewed.

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The Psychology of Money with Morgan Housel

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Morgan Housel (@morganhousel), partner at Collaborative Fund, and author of the book The Psychology of Money, joins Erik on this episode to discuss:

- Why it’s not realistic to be rational and an investor should aim to be merely reasonable instead.

- What people don’t understand about compounding.

- The difference between getting wealthy and staying wealthy.

- Bets on what is going to change vs. what is not going to change.

- Why people overestimate the benefit that money brings to them.

- The value of owning your time.

- What we can learn from the partnership of Buffett and Munger.

- His advice on resisting the allure of pessimism.

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Jan 21 2021 · 58mins
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[REPLAY] Morgan Housel – The Psychology of Money (Capital Allocators, EP.155)

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Morgan Housel is a partner at Collaborative Fund and one of my favorite writers about investing. Morgan recently released his first book, The Psychology of Money, and I’ll go on record and predict it will be a best-seller in short order. Our conversation starts with Morgan’s non-traditional education, his path to writing, and his process for writing each week. We then turn to the book and discuss some anecdotes about luck and risk, greed, compounding, patience, and tail events. We close with two of Morgan’s personal stories – one about his own investing and the other, which seems inconceivable as you listen, about his lifelong challenge with stuttering.

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Dec 28 2020 · 1hr 4mins

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1134: The Psychology of Money with Author Morgan Housel

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Mastering money has little to do with math. Instead, behavior is the most important side of investing, says today's guest Morgan Housel, author of the top-selling book The Psychology of Money: Timeless Lessons on Wealth, Greed, and Happiness. We discuss many of his insights including the underestimated power of luck and risk, how the only way to stay wealthy is being both frugal and paranoid, and the fallacy of 'earned success' and 'deserved failure.'

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Dec 14 2020 · 32mins
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Morgan Housel: The Psychology of Money (EP.128)

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As author and financial expert Morgan Housel explains this episode, “people don't make financial decisions on a spreadsheet. They make financial decisions at the dinner table.” Today we chat to Morgan about his key insights into financial decision-making — many of which are captured in his book, The Psychology of Money. Our conversation opens with an exploration of how investing success has less to do with what you know and more to do with how you manage your behaviour. We then look into the dangers of emulating top investors and how luck can fuel success. Reflecting the theme that people invest according to their unique circumstances, Morgan shares why he prioritizes endurance as an investor by minimizing his debt and having high cash reserves. After hearing his take on debt and whether young people should use leverage, we dive into how financial expectations impact investing and the importance of deciding what ‘enough’ means to you. We discuss the virtues of saving like a pessimist and investing like an optimist before looking into the role that financial advisors play in guiding their clients. In the latter part of the end of the episode, Morgan touches on active versus passive investing, the purpose that bonds serve in your portfolio, his top lesson from 2020, and why he’s empathetic toward people who sell their portfolios during a downturn. Throughout our discussion, Morgan shares his clear understanding of how our psychology affects our relationship to money. Tune in and benefit from his incredible perspective.   

Key Points From This Episode:

  • Introducing today’s guest, financial author Morgan Housel. [0:00:15]
  • Morgan shares his view that succeeding in investing has little to do with how you behave. [0:02:31]
  • Hear about the problems that can arise from trying to emulate top investors. [0:05:02]
  • Exploring the impact of luck on your success. [0:07:37]
  • The differences between being conservative and having a margin of safety. [0:08:35]
  • Insights into Morgan’s personal investing strategy. [0:09:48]
  • Morgan’s thoughts on leverage and how debt impacts behaviour and peace of mind. [0:10:31]
  • Stepping off the hedonic treadmill and the importance of defining your financial expectations. [0:14:02]
  • The link between money, independence, and having a high quality of life. [0:16:44]
  • What it means to be wealthy and what motivates the drive to be rich. [0:19:18]
  • Morgan’s advice to save like a pessimist and invest like an optimist. [0:21:34]
  • Why no one makes perfectly rational investing decisions. [0:23:54]
  • The role of financial advisors in guiding clients towards their investing decisions. [0:26:22]
  • Why Morgan has embraced the simplest investing strategy available to him. [0:29:02]
  • How you should be thinking about fixed income in your portfolios. [0:31:20]
  • Why financial advisors can be priceless when understanding your finances and goals. [0:33:44]
  • Life is surprising; hear why this is Morgan’s top takeaway from 2020. [0:36:29]
  • Morgan’s thoughts on the FIRE Movement and retiring early in life. [0:38:53]
  • Hear Morgan’s predictions on the next big financial innovation. [0:41:49]
  • Why Morgan is empathetic towards people who sell their portfolios during a downturn. [0:43:50]
  • The tendency for people to embrace more extremist views during times of financial crisis. [0:47:34]
  • We ask Morgan how he defines success in his life. [0:50:25]
Dec 10 2020 · 51mins
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Investor Psychology with Morgan Housel

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In this episode I'm speaking with Morgan Housel. Morgan is a partner at the Collaborative Fund, an award winning columnist and author of the book The Psychology of Money.
Episode show notes: The Richards Report show notes
In this episode we cover the following topics;
  • Our similar non-traditional paths into finance and investing
  • The similarities between luck and risk
  • How a small amount of investment decisions often drive the majority of returns for investors
  • The thin line between success and failure
  • How your behaviour is more important than what you know
  • The power of compounding in all parts of life
  • The dangers of comparing ourselves to to others
Book: The Psychology of MoneyTwitter: @morganhousel
This episode is brought to you by Six Park, one of Australia's leading online investment management services. To find out more go to www.sixpark.com.au
Nov 25 2020 · 50mins
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The Psychology of Money, with Morgan Housel

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#284: Morgan Housel is an award-winning financial journalist, and he’s a leading thinker and author in the world of investing. His new book, The Psychology of Money, highlights the influence that our behavior has on our financial success.

We discuss developing self-awareness around our biases, saving like a pessimist and investing like an optimist, being critical of who we take investment advice from, diversification, expectation management, tail risks, and much more on the topic of behavioral finance.

For more information, visit the show notes at https://affordanything.com/episode284

Nov 09 2020 · 1hr 10mins
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EP 11 — Simplifying The COVID-19 Market with Morgan Housel of The Collaborative Fund

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In this episode, my co-host Cassandra Ying and I talk to Morgan Housel, one of the most insightful and unique writers and thinkers in all of finance, about the COVID-19 market so far. We delve into topics like the stimulus, day trading, behavioral finance, history, stock market trends, and much more!

Check out the episode to learn about the COVID-19 market so far in a simplified way!

Morgan Housel is a partner at The Collaborative Fund and a former columnist at The Motley Fool and The Wall Street Journal. He is a two-time winner of the Best in Business Award from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers, winner of the New York Times Sidney Award, and a two-time finalist for the Gerald Loeb Award for Distinguished Business and Financial Journalism. He started writing during the financial crisis, and since then has gone on to become one of the most followed writers and thinkers in all of finance.

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Oct 15 2020 · 54mins
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Morgan Housel - The Psychology of Money

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One of my favorite financial writers, Morgan Housel, is on the Financial Independence Podcast today!

I’m not the one conducting the interview this time though (all is explained in the episode).

Morgan’s insight into how to handle uncertainty, market crashes, and this weird stock boom that we now find ourselves in is invaluable so hope you enjoy it!

Big thanks to Gouri, Morgan, and the Bogleheads for making this happen!

Sep 10 2020 · 48mins
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#210 Morgan Housel- The Psychology of Money

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Morgan Housel is a partner at The Collaborative Fund and a former columnist at The Motley Fool and The Wall Street Journal.

He is a two-time winner of the Best in Business Award from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers.

Morgan is out with his first book  The Psychology of Money:Timeless lessons on wealth, greed and happiness , which Sean thought was exceptional.

In it  Housel shares 19 short stories exploring the strange ways people think about money and teaches you how to make better sense of one of life’s most important topics.

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Sep 06 2020 · 57mins
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Morgan Housel on the Culture of Finance (Podcast)

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Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz speaks with Morgan Housel, who is a partner at Collaborative Fund and author of the new book "The Psychology of Money: Timeless Lessons on Wealth, Greed and Happiness." A former columnist at The Motley Fool and The Wall Street Journal, he is also a two-time winner of the Best in Business Award from the Society for Advancing Business Editing and Writing (formerly the Society of American Business Editors and Writers). 

Sep 04 2020 · 1hr 15mins
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