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13 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Danielle Town. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Danielle Town, often where they are interviewed.

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13 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Danielle Town. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Danielle Town, often where they are interviewed.

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Gain Financial Freedom: Learning Investing with Danielle Town

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What's kept you from learning how to invest? Is it lack of skills, fear, or no interest? Danielle Town, author of 'Invested' and daughter of value investing authority Phil Town, talks with Host Jordan Goodman about how and why she went from avoiding investing to building the skills and knowledge to take control of her financial life and gain financial freedom. Goodman and Town discuss what value investing is, the difference between gambling and investing, what Warren Buffet-style investing is, and how anyone can create the right environment to find success with investing.
Jan 13 2020 · 57mins
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221 How to Be a Value Investor - Danielle Town, New York Times Bestselling Author of Invested

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I can’t believe we’re already here but this is the last episode of 2019 and Season 9 of the Mo’ Money Podcast! And what better way to end it than with an episode all about value investing with New York Times bestselling author Danielle Town.

Although I’ve done a ton of episodes on the podcast on investing, if you’re a long-time listener then you may have found that most of the guests I have on the show tend to say pretty much the same things: keep fees low, diversify and invest in low-cost index funds or index ETFs. Not Danielle! As a value investor following the path of Warren Buffet and Charlie Munger, she has an altogether different strategy for reaching financial indepence. Instead of buying investment products that replicate a broad market index, she believes in investing in just a few stocks strategically, buying low, holding on to them, then eventually selling them when they are priced high to earn a nice profit.

There’s obviously quite a bit to know about value investing, and in my opinion, it is an advanced investment strategy that is not easily carried out. That being said, I find it incredibly fascinating and an important strategy to understand when learning about different ways to invest your money. I’m still a huge fan of indexing, but I’m not gonna lie, I’m definitely going to look more into doing some value investing for a small portion of my overall investment portfolio and see how things go. And luckily Danielle’s book breaks the strategy down in a very easy to understand way.

For full episode show notes visit https://jessicamoorhouse.com/221

Dec 18 2019 · 56mins

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Mastering Your Money with Danielle Town

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My guest today, Danielle Town, is a great example of someone who has put her money to work in a responsible way.

Danielle is a former corporate startup attorney and now co-hosts the InvestED podcast with her father, Phil Town, noted investor and author of the bestselling book, Rule #1.

Danielle’s own book, Invested, is a twelve-month plan for financial freedom. She writes about her longtime aversion to investing and what motivated her to begin putting her money to work in a responsible way following Warren Buffett-style value investing philosophy.

Danielle emphasizes that our feelings about money in the present can interfere with having a more prosperous future.

Check out Invested to find practical tips for making the complex world of investing approachable. You can learn more about Danielle and her work at her website, danielletown.com

On this episode, Danielle and I explore:

The baggage that money can create
That trust is vital to a positive investing experience
How she changed her relationship to money
The power of money and how to wield it for good

If you’ve been enjoying The Wealth Confidant, I think you’re going to love my new book, The Wealth Creator’s Playbook: A Guide To Maximizing Your Return on Life and Money, available now on Amazon.

To learn more about turning meaningful wealth into a meaningful life filled with passion and purpose, connect with me on social media at @jcchristianson or send me an email at john@jcchristianson.com

Music: "Day Is Gonna Come" by Royal Deluxe
Apr 04 2019 · 39mins
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FREE TO INVEST PART TWO How to grow your wealth by using your values. With Danielle Town

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#134 This is part two of episode 134 with New York Times bestselling author, lawyer, and investor, Danielle Town. In part one of this episode, she shared how she went from a career that was making her sick, to building wealth on her own terms by learning to manage her own investments. Then she wrote a manual for anyone out there who wants to take back control of their money. Listen closely as she explains some of these valuable tips on how you can do the same! 

Danielle started out her adventure as an investor desperately afraid of numbers and stock markets until she realized she had been abdicating the power of her money and discovered how to transform her fear into financial freedom. She has now guided countless people to overcome their reluctance to invest and put their money where their values are through her newsletter, courses, podcast, and best-selling book. Invested. She also co-hosts a top-rated podcast called InvestED. You can learn more about Danielle on our website.  

Follow Diferente on Instagram, Facebook, or find us online at diferentepodcast.com

EPISODE CREDITS:

Producer/Host - Maribel Quezada Smith

Associate producer & Editor - Ricardo Pujol

Diferente theme Music by Keagan Stromberg

Special track this episode: "Dinero" by JLO.

Mar 06 2019 · 33mins

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FREE TO INVEST! How to grow your wealth by using your values. With Danielle Town

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#134 In this episode, I chat with New York Times bestselling author, lawyer, and investor, Danielle Town, about the role of Money in our romantic relationships, the bad financial habits we pick up as kids, and how we have the power to change the way we look at wealth.

If you're like me, you're probably investing in your retirement. But like me, many people are paying someone to manage these investments when they could be doing it themselves and saving a lot of money, with the added benefit of choosing directly what companies, and therefore what values, that money supports. Maybe you do this because you think you don't have what it takes to make these decisions on your own... much like my guest feared before she got the confidence to quit her job, take control of her money, and invest on her own terms!

Danielle started out her adventure as an investor desperately afraid of numbers and stock markets until she realized she had been abdicating the power of her money and discovered how to transform her fear into financial freedom. She has now guided countless people to overcome their reluctance to invest and put their money where their values are through her newsletter, courses, podcast, and best-selling book. Invested. She also co-hosts a top-rated podcast called InvestED. You can learn more about Danielle on our website.  

Follow Diferente on Instagram, Facebook, or find us online at diferentepodcast.com

EPISODE CREDITS:

Producer/Host - Maribel Quezada Smith

Associate producer & Editor - Ricardo Pujol

Diferente theme Music by Keagan Stromberg

Special track this episode: "Dinero" by JLO.

Feb 27 2019 · 29mins
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5GQ Danielle Town - Invested

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In this week's Five Good Questions, we're interviewing Danielle Town about her book Invested.

Danielle Town is a New York Times bestselling author and corporate attorney who was afraid of stock markets until she realized she had been abdicating the power of her money and could create impactful generational wealth with an investing practice. She now invests and writes her newsletter, The Invested Practice, from Zurich, Switzerland. She wrote her book, Invested, with her investor father, Phil Town, with whom she also banters about value investing and life on their podcast, InvestED.

Five Good Questions: 1. What kept you from learning about investing until you were in your mid-30s, despite having a dad who is a value investor? How did “voting with your money” draw you into learning about investing and help you overcome your fears?

2. I’ve long been fascinated by the “intangibles” of the investment process, like time management, mental and physical preparation, and environmental design. How did you curate your investment environment for success?

3. As a corporate attorney, you got a firsthand view of the asymmetry of information between what gets reported and what’s really happening in the messy world of business. How do you reconcile that in your analysis of a public company where that same asymmetry may exist?

4. Charlie Munger recently said, “If you have trouble finding good investments, join the club… my advice to the seeker of high compound interest is to reduce your expectations. Things are likely to be tough for a while.” My impression was that your dad might have piqued your interest in investing by showing you the magic of compounding returns. Do you think the returns of the last 20-30 years be available to us over the next 20-30 years?

5. How has your background in meditation helped you in investing?

And make sure you pick up your copy of the Rebel Allocator, available now on Amazon in both digital and physical formats!

Feb 22 2019 · 28mins
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Danielle Town — How To Make Stock Investing "Not Scary"

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For years, Danielle Town was practically stuffing the money she made as a start-up attorney under her mattress, even though her father is a famous investor. When the stress of her job was making her severely ill, her dad told her it was time to take that cash and make it work for her.

Now Danielle has discovered the secret to transforming financial fear into financial freedom. She is a New York Times bestselling author and avid personal investor, guiding countless people to overcome their reluctance in investing and put their money where their values are through her newsletter, courses, podcast, and books.

Time to take a peek at your savings account as Danielle shows Matt and Joe how to get over their fears of investing money, the best tool out there to invest on your own, and 4 principles to pick the right stocks. When you’re done, get some more financial advice from our conversations with Phil Town and Jason Rotman.

“Okay, this investment practice is not just about money, it’s about me and my life and being connected to my family and supporting my family...” -Danielle Town

Some Topics We Discussed Include:
  • How to cure your fear of stock investing
  • Why hoarding money is losing money
  • Great tools to invest on your own with minimal fees
  • The greedy reason most financial managers keep you in fear mode
  • How to grow as a person while growing your assets
  • Getting out of the job-zone and into the living-zone
  • Transforming the financial industry with socially conscious investing
  • Experts with the best how-to advice for financial independence
  • How to recognize when a stock is on sale
  • What you need to do before putting down real money
  • 4 principles to find the right investments for you
  • An action plan for first-time investors
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Jan 08 2019 · 1hr 3mins
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112: Dealing With Our Emotions Around Money & What Role Gratitude Plays In This Equation w/ Danielle Town

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Danielle Town, author of the New York Times Bestseller: Invested: How Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger Taught Me to Master My Mind, My Emotions, and My Money (with a Little Help from My Dad) is our guest today. Regardless of how much we have, we still have our own specific relationship with money. We talk about that and the role of gratitude in this relationship. Please share this episode with one person you feel it's right for :)  Join the Global Gratitude Summit for free, here:  https://www.georgianbenta.com/GlobalSummit

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Oct 30 2018 · 47mins
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736: Danielle Town, Author of Invested

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Today’s guest is Danielle Town, a New York Times best selling author as of two months ago! The funny thing is Danielle’s best selling book is about investing, a topic she admits she actively avoided her entire life. Her father, Phil Town, is a highly sought after speaker about investing and a New York Times best selling author in his own right. He wrote the book, “Rule #1,” years ago which made him a household name in the world of investing

The interesting part is that Danielle was raised by one of America’s leading financial experts. But, it took her until adulthood to really want to master her finances and it’s when she realized that her Dad might have something important after all.

Today we’ll be discussing her new book, Invested: How Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger Taught Me to Master My Mind, My Emotions, and My Money (with a Little Help from My Dad)

A lot of you have been asking my recommendations for great books on investing. This is one of the newest and best to hit the market. 

Danielle and I explore her childhood. What was it about the friction between she and her dad that led to her avoidance of learning about investing? And what is she investing in now? It’s just ONE stock, I was shocked to learn. For more, check out www.somoneypodcast.com

May 30 2018 · 44mins
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Financial Fitness: Money Management and Investment Strategies for a Secure Retirement with Danielle Town and Julie Jason

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Original Air Date Wednesday, April 25, 2018
In this week's episode you will learn about: 

⦾ Financial Fitness through education and financial literacy

⦾ Taking the first step and moving past your resistance  

⦾ Avoiding financial scams and shams

⦾ Hiring a financial advisor
Apr 25 2018 · 53mins
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