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Journalist Ellen Roseman, and Canadian MoneySaver Editor in Chief Lana Sanichar interview leaders in personal finance and investing, as well as top bloggers, authors and entrepreneurs. The goal is to help you save money and increase your assets. Learn how to make smart choices at every stage of your life, safeguard your interests and protect yourself from poor advice. Sponsored by Canadian MoneySaver Magazine. Follow us on Twitter @lana_sanichar, @ellenroseman, @cdnmoneysaver The views and o ...
 
Travel Freedom Podcast: Want a location independent lifestyle & income? Swap commuting for exploring and take 100% control of your work/life balance. With a dose of humour, your hosts Tommo & Megsy will set you on the path to travel freedom with weekly episodes. We interview online income experts & find the most affordable ways to live in and visit destinations around the world. We interview digital nomads and online entrepreneurs on how they make money from anywhere. Guests include John Lee ...
 
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Ellen Roseman speaks with Fred Pye, Executive Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of 3iQ Corporation about Bitcoin, Blockchain and Cryptocurrency. They discuss how Bitcoin is mined, the 3iQ CoinShares Bitcoin ETF - BTCQ and what investors, who are considering adding crypto to their portfolios, should think about.…
 
Peter Hodson, Chartered Financial Analytst and founder of www.5i Research.ca, and Ellen Roseman discuss various lessons that he learned over his 30 or 40 years in the stock market. They also discuss stocks like Constellation Software, GoEasy, Knight Therapeutics, Boyd Auto Services, Bitcoin and Do It Yourself Investing.…
 
In this episode, Ellen Roseman talks to Dan Hallett, CFA, CFP, Vice President, Research and Principal at Highview Financial Group about fiduciary duty, how to find an advisor, mutual funds, exchange traded funds and do-it-yourself investing. Questions Asked: 1:41 How do you think the advent of Covid 19 has affected the average investor in Canada? 3…
 
Have you been affected by the Covid -19 pandemic? Janet Gray, Certified Financial Planner, and Ellen Roseman discuss the different benefits that are available to Canadians and Canadian businesses rolled out by the Government of Canada. They discuss the Canadian Emergency Response Benefit, Canada Emergency Business Account and a host of other benefi…
 
Ellen Roseman, Rita Sylvan, Barbara Stewart, Paulette Filion and Judy Paradis discuss the need for women to finance their longer lifespans, the problems women have finding a financial advisor they can trust and the types of products and services that suit women investors, are women risk adverse or risk aware, confidence - perception that they don't…
 
In this episode of the MoneySaver Podcast, Ellen Roseman, Rita Sylvan, Barbara Stewart, Paulette Filion and Judy Paradis discuss the need for women to finance their longer lifespans, the problems women have finding a financial advisor they can trust and the types of products and services that suit women investors, are women risk adverse or risk awa…
 
In the 23rd edition of the MoneySaver Podcast, Ellen Roseman chats with Dale Roberts, blogger behind the Cut The Crap Investing! In this episode we chat about robo-advisors, all-in-one ETF portfolios and Dale gives us his three best money tips that he has found useful in his life. 0:50 What led you to taking on the role of chief disruptor behind th…
 
In episode #22 of the MoneySaver Podcast, we chat with Dan Bortolotti, blogger, financial planner and podcast host of the Canadian Couch Potato about exchange traded funds (ETFs), index investing, passive vs active investing and all-in-one ETFs. Questions Asked: 0:56 Tell us a little bit about what got you interested in the couch potato approach to…
 
In the 21st episode of the MoneySaver Podcast, we chat with Robb Engen, blogger, journalist and consumer advocate. We talk about how he (along with his mother) co-founded the long-standing blog Boomer and Echo, how he came to be a consumer advocate, how he hopes to reach financial independence by age 45 and he gives his best three financial tips. Q…
 
In episode 20 of the MoneySaver Podcast, Ellen Roseman chats with Preet Banerjee, media personality, speaker, author and podcaster about his five personal finance tips that he lays out in his book "Stop Over Thinking Your Money" as well as renting vs. buying, his former career as an advisor and "MoneyGaps." Questions Asked: 1:07 Tell us a little ab…
 
In the 18th edition of The MoneySaver Podcast, we talk to elder law specialist Laura Tamblyn Watts on how to protect seniors from financial abuse, including scams and advice on aging gracefully. Questions Asked: 1:20 Tell us about a report that you did about vulnerable investors. Who are they? How should they be protected? 3:45 One of your key reco…
 
In this episode of The MoneySaver Podcast, Ellen Roseman chats with Tim Nash from www.sustainableeconomist.com about sustainable investing for those investors who want to align their investing style with their values. And NEW!!! Ellen and I chat about our first exposure to investing! We want you to join in the discussion. Drop us a note with your s…
 
Ellen chats with Bruce Sellery, speaker, television personality, personal finance expert and author of "The Moolala Guide to Rockin' Your RRSP". We chat about RRSPs, TFSAs, ignoring the noise and saving for retirement. Questions Asked: 1:06 Let’s start by talking about your lifelong business career and the switch to business media personality and p…
 
We chat with Melissa Leong, author of "Happy Go Money", social media and television personality, in the 16th episode of the MoneySaver Podcast. She talks about how more money won't make you happier and that you should be happy with the money that you have. She also explains what the hedonic treadmill is and how spending money on "experiences" inste…
 
The the 15th episode of the MoneySaver Podcast, we talk to Bob Lai, the blogger behind tawcan.com on the Financial Independence Retire Early or F.I.R.E. He dispels myths to describe how to quit the daily grind and live life (and retirement) the way you want to. Questions Asked: 0:51 Tell me a little bit about yourself. 2:13 Can you explain what the…
 
In episode #14 of the MoneySaver Podcast, Ellen Roseman chats with Shannon Lee Simmons, CFP and author of Living Debt Free about how she racked up over $9000 worth of debt in a fourteen month period and how guilt, shame and regret took over because of the debt. Questions Asked: 1:29 Tell us about the experience of being in debt and what you learned…
 
Lana Sanichar talks with Jessica Moorhouse, host of the Mo'Money Podcast, blogger and millennial expert about the most pressing issues on millennial minds right now. We touch on topics about home ownership, investing, retirement and side hustles. Questions Asked: 2:40 Tell us a little bit more about yourself. Tell us about your personal finance jou…
 
In the 12th edition of the MoneySaver Podcast, Ellen Roseman chats with Colin Ritchie from colinsritchie.com and Canadian MoneySaver contributor about grandparents funding RESPs, TFSA or RRSP, The Smith Manoeuvre, taxation, Wills and Powers of Attorney as well as his tips for a successful financial career. Questions Asked: 1:15 How do I make the be…
 
In the 11th edition of the MoneySaver Podcast, we speak with Rona Birenbaum, Certified Financial Planner, from Caring For Clients. In honour of Financial Planning Week, we discuss financial planning, the process of creating a financial plan, debt, spending and her new tech start-up Viviplan, a new, low-cost financial planning service for Canadians.…
 
In the tenth episode of the MoneySaver podcast we chat with Ryan Modesto, CFA and CEO of 5i Research Inc. We discuss what an investor should take into account when creating a portfolio including assessing risk tolerance, ability to accept risk, debt, ETFs, stocks, mutual funds, TFSAs, RRSPs and fees. 2:42 How do you know when it’s time to start con…
 
In the ninth episode of the MoneySaver podcast, we chat with Doris Belland, entrepreneur, motivational speaker and author of Protect Your Purse: Shared Lessons for Women about steps that a woman can take to secure herself in the even of divorce or even the death of a spouse. We also chat about her women's money group and how she overcame $400 000 o…
 
In the Episode #8 of the MoneySaver Podcast, we talk to Tea Nicola, CEO of Wealthbar, a robo-advisor. We talk about robo-advisors, women in the boardroom, investing advice and Nicola Wealth Management funds. 2.49 How did your family connections help you get started? 4:55 Tell us what your firm is, what it does and what led you to opening this type …
 
In the seventh edition of the MoneySaver Podcast, we chat with John De Goey, Portfolio Manager, Author of four books, Canadian MoneySaver contributor and frequent Business News Network. We talk about embedded compensations, regulatory reform, ETFs and portfolio management. Getting to Know John De Goey: Questions Covered 1.28 What questions should a…
 
In episode six, Ellen chats with Bridget Casey, creator of the blog Money After Graduation They discuss the debt snowball, debt avalanche and the debt snowflake methods of clearing up debt as well as the overall financial health of millennials in Canada. 0:52 Tell us how you got started and what your finances were like when you graduated university…
 
In the fifth episode of The MoneySaver Podcast, we speak to Kelley Keehn, award-winning author, media personality and personal finance educator. We discuss two of her books, She Inc and The Women's Guide to Money, instilling confidence in men and women, consumer protection, where/how to we begin the journey of personal finance. 2:29: How did you co…
 
In the fourth episode of the MoneySaver podcast, we speak with Rob Carrick, personal finance columnist for the Globe and Mail. We talk about Boomers, Millennials, your home as an investment, car loans Robo Advisors and a variety of other personal finance topics. Topics: 1:07: How did you get into writing advice columns about money? 2:49: As a contr…
 
In this edition of the MoneySaver Podcast, we discuss what you can expect to learn from the podcast and we get to know a little more about hosts Ellen Roseman and Lana Sanichar and how they help to educate Canadians about personal finance, how to safeguard your interests and avoid bad advice.By Lana Sanichar/ Ellen Roseman
 
The Stories behind Mexico's most famous dish: Tacos. This is the first part of our 2 part pilot release. Get ready for Foodie Info-tainment! "The Dish" is a new food/travel podcast from Tommo & Megsy, in which we explore the stories behind the world's most famous dishes. For more info, head to https://foodfuntravel.com/thedish/ In this episode you …
 
FULL SHOW NOTES: www.travelfreedompodcast.com/069 Summary: From the insanely busy walking markets to the surprising abundance of Thai-Western fusion food, Chiang Mai has got a little bit of everything for the modern digital nomad. We find food, fun and even some classic Thai luxury, in part one of our two part Chiang Mai Podcast.…
 
Full Show Notes: www.travelfreedompodcast.com/067 Summary: Hong Kong is one of the best foodie destinations in the world. We delight our tastebuds with everything from down and dirty local cantonese food, to up market French tapas. We wash it back with a healthy serving of wine at the international wine and spirits show. Including: Egg Tarts Bowrin…
 
Full Show Notes: www.travelfreedompodcast.com/066 Get your free Blog Setup Cheat Sheets by registering on the show notes for this episode. Summary: Security, improved site speed, SEO, email list and social building, increase engagement, increase profit. There are a lot of plugins we use on all our Wordpress blogs. This is our list of essential ones…
 
Full Show notes: www.travelfreedompodcast.com/065 Summary: We spent one month in Essaouira, on Morocco's Atlantic west coast. We explore some of the most "freshest" local food markets in the world, discover the winding backstreets and history of the medina and find a local massage that was more than we bargained for... Topics: Shopping for the fres…
 
Full Show Notes: www.travelfreedompodcast.com/064 Summary: Creating physical products can be a long process, but a very profitable one, if done right. Making mistakes early on can waste month and thousands of dollars. We chat with Jeremy from Tortuga Backpacks about avoiding the rookie mistakes and creating a profitable product business.…
 
Full article and show notes: www.travelfreedompodcast.com Summary: 16 countries across 2 continents… We've experienced and eaten a lot! Today our favourites (and least favourites) in food, attractions, journeys, destinations, accommodation, drinks and more! Could we have eaten the best burger in the world in 2015? Time to find out.…
 
Full shownotes: www.travelfreedompodcast.com/062 This is a VIDEO PODCAST so turn on your screen to see what's happening! How we got a brand new site from zero to 65,000 page views per month with only 6 pieces of content in 12 months. No back linking strategy or social promotion. 100% keyword SEO. In this episode we talk about SEO basics, keywords, …
 
Full show notes: www.travelfreedompodcast.com/061 SUMMARY: We visit a traditional micro brewery, eat schnitzel and sausages filled with cheese, ride a Segway through a storm and talk wine and Christmas markets with Helena from Vienna Tourism. Get christmassy with over 22 permanent christmas markets annually in Vienna as well as plenty of pop-up mar…
 
Want more Travel Freedom while we are on a break? Go back and listen to some of our favourite episodes: www.travelfreedompodcast.com/002 - Deb Cole on New Media Marketing www.travelfreedompodcast.com/012 - Scott Eddy on building a twitter following of over 600,000 www.travelfreedompodcast.com/049 - We visit Seville, Spain! Eat Tapas and talk flamen…
 
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