Monday, July 24, 2006

Episode 28: Interview with Ramit Sethi of IWillTeachYouToBeRich

 

Ramit had a formative experience when he got his first college scholarship, then lost a big chunk of it in the stock market. That experience led him to several important realizations about personal finance, and ultimately his blog is a product of that experience. But Ramit does much more than just write a money blog - in the interview we talk about his speaking and entrepreneurial activities as well.

Ramit's blog is at: http://www.iwillteachyoutoberich.com/

Links to sites mentioned in the interview:
Seth Godin's blog: http://sethgodin.typepad.com/
Ian Ybarra's blog: http://www.ianybarra.com/blog/
Marginal Revolution: http://www.marginalrevolution.com/
Newmark's Door: http://newmarksdoor.typepad.com/mainblog/
TechCrunch http://www.techcrunch.com/
Gawker: http://www.gawker.com/
Weblogs, Inc.: http://www.weblogsinc.com/

3 Comments:

Blogger Scott said...

Please note that I made an error in the original version of both the podcast and the blog post. It was scholarship money, and not a student loan, that Ramit used to fund his stock speculation. I reported this incorrectly in my original introduction.

My apologies to Ramit!

Truth be told, I think I projected my own experience onto what Ramit said. My very first stock purchase was funded with student loan money (luckily I sold at a profit before the end of the semester).

11:36 PM  
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11:05 AM  
Anonymous triple-e said...

Is there a way to grab the historical podcasts and throw them into a subscription for iTunes? I know I can download all of the past shows and move them over, but then they aren't in my podcast folder, which is fine, but not ideal. No one seems to do this, and most podcast software seem to limit the number of episodes to 12 or something like that.

5:24 AM  

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