Money is absolutely central to how we live day-to-day. You use it to put a roof over your head, feed yourself, and buy luxuries that you get enjoyment out of. Many people still do not truly understand money, however.
Lucky for you Joe Rogan has had a variety of guests on to talk about finances and money. By listening to these experts, perhaps you can get a new perspective on using your money and how to think about money.
I hope you enjoy this article listing the best Joe Rogan podcast episodes on money.
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Episode #1114 – Matt Taibii
Matt Taibii is a podcaster, journalist, and author who was born in America. He has reported on finance and politics. He received his bachelor’s from Bard College.
While appearing on the Joe Rogan podcast, Taibii spoke to Joe about his reporting on the 2008 financial crisis. Taibii spoke to Rogan about how difficult it was to report on the crisis because of the financial terms involved.
Eventually, Taibii understood that to tell the story properly, he had to do so as a crime and not as a financial event. The banks essentially took worthless, junk mortgage loans and then gave those loans to everybody they could. Junk loans were sold as high quality.
According to Taibii, at its most basic level, this is just a simple scam. Selling something as something better than it actually is is something we all can grasp. At the end of the day, it is just the complex financial jargon that makes it hard to grasp the events of 2008.
If you want to learn more about the financial event of 2008, then this episode of the Joe Rogan Podcast is for you.
Other Episodes with Matt Taibii
Episode #844 – Andreas Antonopoulos
Andreas Antonopoulos is a well-known advocate of bitcoin and blockchain technology. He was born in the United Kingdom and obtained his degree at University College London.
Andreas is an advocate of bitcoin over other cryptocurrencies. However, he also sees the development of cryptocurrency as going one of two ways. It could be a mostly public enterprise with no central authority like the internet or one governed by local institutions.
Andreas also sees the potential for bitcoin to sit alongside the monopoly power of a government-issued currency. Its future might be remaining an alternative currency that is used for the occasional online purchase like PayPal.
Andreas also sees some problems with going to a fully digital society, however. For example, if physical cash ceases to exist, will all our digital transactions be completely monitored? That is something to pay close attention to as we move into the future of these technologies.
Are you interested in bitcoin and cryptocurrencies? Then this Joe Rogan Podcast episode is for you.
Other Episodes with Andreas Antonopoulos
Episode #1330 – Bernie Sanders
Bernie Sanders is an American politician, senator from Vermont, and political organizer. He received his Bachelor’s from the University of Chicago.
Sanders often touches on finances and makes several interesting points during his discussion with Joe Rogan. For Sanders, the financial realm is not an even playing field since the wealthy do not pay their fair share in taxes.
He then says that if elected president, he would try to increase taxes on the super-wealthy so that the rest of us can benefit. This would result in a more just society and an even playing field concerning finances.
Those with more money in America often pay less tax and can use that immense wealth to influence politics; Sanders goes on to explain. This does not result in a level playfield in terms of finances, according to him.
If you are interested in how the government intersects with finances, you would really enjoy the episode of the Joe Rogan podcast featuring Bernie Sanders.
Episode #1278 – Kevin Hart
Kevin Hart is an American comedian, podcaster, and actor. He also does fitness streams on his Facebook and other social media.
Although Kevin Hart is a comedian, he touches on finances frequently in his appearance on the Joe Rogan Podcast. Kevin believes that sound finances lead to more freedom for yourself. If you do not feel free, then your finances might not be right.
According to Kevin Hart, part of his process for growing his finances is fostering important relationships. Business partners, collaborators, people you hire all need to be sound, good people in order to grow your finances properly.
Kevin Hart also believes that knowledge and education are two key components to getting your finances in order. Part of the obstacle many people face is that they are not taught how to manage or grow their finances properly.
If you are interested in tips to grow your finances, check out Kevin Hart on the Joe Rogan Podcast.
Other Episodes with Kevin Hart
Naval Ravikant is an Indian entrepreneur, venture capitalist, and founder of AngelList. He received his degree in Computer Science from Dartmouth College.
According to Ravikant, anyone can create wealth for themselves. He goes into this on his own podcast, as he explains in the episode of the Joe Rogan Podcast. He will put out 4-second episodes that contain tips on how to create wealth for yourself.
According to Ravikant, everybody wants to be wealthy, everybody wants to be happy, and everybody wants to be fit. There are other things that human beings desire, but in Revikant’s opinion, those are the three primary desires.
Ravikant says that these principles that he lays out in his podcast are the keys that took him from poverty to being wealthy and happy. These help him look at businesses and figure out the point of maximum leverage to create wealth.
So, if you want to learn some general principles that will help you accrue wealth, you will probably enjoy this episode of the Joe Rogan Podcast. It also helps that the Naval’s podcasts are only minutes long if you are pressed for time. Happy listening!
Episode #1145 – Peter Schiff
Peter Schiff is a financial commentator, author, and CEO of investment firm Euro Pacific Capital.
Joe and Peter talk about Occupy Wall Street, and how socialism will never work. He also tells Joe that rich people don’t hoard wealth because they get wealthy by continuing to fill the gaps in need.
The real unemployment number is much higher and he explains why Trump won in 2016. He also feels that Trump became an establishment president so he will only be a one-term president.
Peter Schiff talks about how we are heading into a recession. That the bubble is going to burst again, the question is not if, but when.
Other Episodes with Peter Schiff
Episode #910 – Gary Vaynerchuk
Gary Vaynerchuk is a “serial” entrepreneur, CEO, investor, and author. He has avoided entering into the motivational speaker realm but states he has had to embrace it a bit.
Joe and Gary talk about weeding out the experts versus the “bs” artist.
Gary tells a little about being an immigrant to America, and how he was interested in entrepreneurship at a young age. He go into wine at 16, which allowed him to launch the first e-commerce wine business in 1996.
As a bit of motivation, Joe and Gary talk about how no one is listening to you complain, and complaining has no ROI. Just Gary’s passion might get you wanting to conquer whatever money thing is holding you back!