Dear Financial Samurai fans,
In 2H2017, I decided to start publishing audio versions of my posts for those of you who would rather listen than read. The audio versions contain little bits of nuances that you won’t find in the articles. They are also a way for me to build a library of thoughts for my children just in case I pass away before they become adults.
I hope these podcasts make your commute or your exercise routine a little less painful.
You can see my Libsyn Financial Samurai Podcast feed and page here.
You can also subscribe to my iTunes podcast channel here as well. Th Libsyn feed should eventually blast out to places like Google Play and other channels as well.
At the bottom of this page, there’s a list of other podcasts where I was interviewed.
RETIREMENT / WEALTH MANAGEMENT
Financial Samurai On Other Podcasts
Noah Kagan talks to Financial Samurai – Noah famously was one of the first hires at Facebook, but got fired before his one year cliff. If he stayed, he would be worth over $100 million today. But he’s doing great with his own business called Sumo Me.
Financial Samurai On Niche Pursuits – I talk to Spencer about building a lifestyle business and why I’m bullish on blogging long term.
Financial Samurai On The Rideshare Guy – A conversation with Harry about my experience giving over 500 rides on Uber.
Financial Samurai On The Out Of The Box Podcast – A discussion with Rosie Tran on escaping the rat race and everything personal finance.
Financial Samurai On The Art Of Manliness Podcast – I talk about financial independence and more.
Financial Samurai On The Fire Drill Podcast – I talk to the ladies about when is the best time to have kids and how to engineer your layoff.
Sam – Financial freedom sooner, rather than later
About the Author: Sam began investing his own money ever since he opened an online brokerage account in 1995. Sam loved investing so much that he decided to make a career out of investing by spending the next 13 years after college working at two of the leading financial service firms in the world. During this time, Sam received his MBA from UC Berkeley with a focus on finance and real estate.
In 2012, Sam was able to retire at the age of 34 largely due to his investments that now generate roughly $250,000 a year in passive income. He spends time playing tennis, hanging out with family, consulting for leading fintech companies and writing online to help others achieve financial freedom.
About FinancialSamurai.com: FS was started in 2009 and is one of the most trusted personal finance sites today with over 1.5 million organic pageviews a month. Financial Samurai has been featured in top publications such as the LA Times, The Chicago Tribune, Bloomberg and The Wall Street Journal.