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The Financial Samurai Podcast

Welcome to The Financial Samurai Podcast!

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 Financial Samurai podcasts make your commute or your exercise routine a little less painful.

Happy listening!



Aug 29, 2023

Buying a home with contingencies is rare during housing bull markets. But as higher mortgage rates dampen investor demand, being able to put in contingencies before buying a home is now more possible.

Let me share with you why buying a home with contingencies can make you lots of money. It will also make you feel better...

Aug 24, 2023

In this episode, I speak to Chad Carson about his new book, The Small And Mighty Real Estate Investor. Chad played linebacker for Clemson University and decided to dive deep into real estate as a career.

To buy the book, click here (BiggerPockets) or above and use the discount count SAMURAI to save 10%. It's an...

Aug 17, 2023

I speak to Charlie Albright about his journey from being a pianist since three-and-a-half, to graduating Harvard and Juliard, to playing at some of the biggest venues in the world as a concert pianist. 

Please visit his website to connect, learn, and book. I saw Charlie perform live and...

Aug 15, 2023

I speak to Peter Atwater, author of The Confidence Map about understanding the role of emotions in decision making. Peter is also an adjunct professor at William & Mary, where we both are alumni. 

By plotting our experiences across four boxes, we can gain powerful insight into our decision-making process:

Stress Center...

Aug 11, 2023

With the tragic fire that occurred in Lahaina, Maui, it's important to review your home insurance policy and understand what it does and does not cover. You also need to have contingency plans in case your house burns down.

If you have not done so already, call your home insurance company to review your coverage...