7 financial experts who will change the way you think about money

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What percentage of cryptocurrency should you include in your portfolio? Are stablecoins backed by real money? How do you get money into an account with a 0.06% yield when inflation is approaching 9%? Oh, the stock market seems to be crashing – does that mean we’re in a recession?

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No matter what or how you earn it, chances are you have more questions about money than answers. The internet is full of information, but a lot of it is misinformation that contradicts what the “experts” you last read said.

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The trick is to find some real experts whose expertise you can bring to the bank — as well as brokerages, cryptocurrency exchanges, and NFT auctions. Below is a list of well-known financial experts from various fields and backgrounds, including a large following just like you – people who want more savings, more income, and more knowledge. Read on to meet the experts who can change your life — or at least your attitude toward money.

Robert T. Kiyosaki

A million money professionals have written a million money books, but one is above the rest. If you listen to some financial podcasts, you’re bound to hear someone recommend “Rich Dad Poor Dad,” even though Robert T. Kiyosaki self-published his iconic work 25 years ago.

According to Kiyosaki’s own accounts, the book and its derivative series have sold more than 44 million copies during this period, making it the best-selling personal finance book of all time.

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In addition to being the author of perhaps the most famous and widely recommended personal finance book in history, Kiyosaki is an active podcaster, blogger, entrepreneur, and investor who still sees his advice as Followers of the Gospel had a huge impact.

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Barbara Corcoran

If you’re looking for a guide to living a financially successful life, Barabara Corcoran knows a thing or two about it. She started a real estate brokerage called Corcoran Group with a $1,000 loan, built it into New York’s largest residential property, and sold it for $66 million.

An original investor in “Shark Tank,” she has starred for 12 seasons and is also an executive producer. A successful salesman, she has put her name to good use in endorsement deals with American Express, Amazon Kindle, Zebit, Paycom and Aflac. As a best-selling author, speaker, and podcaster, Corcoran’s financial advice isn’t hard to find—millions have found it and made the most of it.

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Lori Greiner

Lori Greiner, known as the “QVC Queen” since her debut on “Clever & Unique Creations” in 2000, is also a “Shark Tank” veteran. She has invested in more than 100 products with a 90% success rate. A successful inventor, she has been granted more than 120 patents while creating and selling more than 1,000 successful products. If you are interested in entrepreneurship, her book Invent it! sell it! Bank it! has made her a best-selling author, and her “Bed Talk with Lori” show airs weekly on Instagram.

Jim Cramer

Before Jim Cramer, shows about investing were boring — or at least serious. “Mad Money” changed all that, turning Kramer into a TV personality with a lot of personality. Since 2005, investors have been listening to stock picking advice — and Cramer’s antics.

A former Wall Street hedge fund manager, Cramer founded TheStreet.com, a business, investing and personal finance website, and is the anchor of CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street.”

Tory Dunlap

Tori Dunlap’s brand exists at the intersection of feminism and investing; her slogan is “Fight Patriarchy by Making You Rich”. She quit her marketing career at age 25 when she saved $100,000 to start HerFirst$100k.com.

According to Dunlap’s website, she has so far helped more than 3 million women pursue independent wealth through her belief that “financial education is the best form of protest for women.” You can start by taking her free financial quiz, then join her legion of “financial feminists” — and there are plenty. She boasted:

  • 4 million podcast downloads
  • 350,000 website views per month
  • 2 million TikTok followers
  • 640,000 Instagram followers
  • 300,000 newsletter subscribers
  • 90,000 $100,000 club members

Humphrey Young

Humphrey Yang rose to fame as one of the first people to successfully use TikTok for financial content — his Hydro Flask virality remains an internet legend. A former Merrill Lynch adviser, he is known for his unfiltered and relaxed nerd approach to personal finance, as well as a get-rich-quick scammer and false promise-maker in finance, investing and real estate.

You can listen to TikTok as well as his YouTube channel.

coin bureau

The rounded list is what, not who: Coin Board. Coin Bureau is a brand of popular bloggers, a YouTube channel with over 2 million subscribers, and the CB Insider Group on Telegram, with 1.4 million weekly engagements.

Coin Bureau offers a wealth of content – videos, articles, graphics, interviews, comparisons, reviews, you name it – on all cryptocurrencies through its various channels and platforms.

Whether you’re a novice looking to dabble in the market, an expert with a wallet full of coins, or something in between, Coin Bureau has become a cryptocurrency education and information center for everyone.

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About the author

Andrew Lisa has been writing professionally since 2001. An award-winning writer, Andrew was one of the youngest columnists nationwide for the Gannett News Service, the country’s largest newspaper group. He was previously business editor at amNewYork, Manhattan’s largest newspaper by circulation, and copy editor at TheStreet.com, a financial publication at the heart of New York City’s Wall Street investment community.


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