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Rich As A King

By Douglas Goldstein CFP(R)

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Description

Want to save money, build wealth, and win the financial game? The Rich As A King podcast brings you tips and practical suggestions on how to apply the strategic thinking to your finances. Download the podcast to discover specific tactics to apply to budget and savings, to help you prepare for a successful retirement. personal finances, making you a winner of the money game all the way to retirement. This podcast is based on the best-selling book Rich As A King: How the Wisdom of Chess Can Make You a Grandmaster of Investing, by World Chess Champion Grandmaster Susan Polgar and international financial advisor Douglas Goldstein, CFP®. Note: you don’t need to be a chess player to benefit from the podcast. All you need is motivation to better your financial situation.

Customer Reviews

Excellent!

Worth every second. Enjoy :-)

Worthwhile. More on retirement?

I've enjoyed the Podcasts, and wonder if it would be possible to include more about Social Security payments. (Perhaps this is not so relevant to the chess theme, but is of interest to me.)

Really great show!

Loving this podcast. Episode topics are interesting, the content is incredibly helpful, and the episode length is perfect. Keep up the great work, Douglas.

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