Morgan Housel interview: Wealth is Invisible | The Psychology of Money

In this very special Australian Investors Podcast Owen (& Kate) talk to Morgan Housel, author of The Psychology of Money and partner at Collaborative Fund.

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In this very special Australian Investors Podcast Owen (& Kate) talk to Morgan Housel, author of The Psychology of Money and partner at Collaborative Fund.

Morgan Housel is a brilliant investment and personal finance writer. In Owen’s opinion, he’s one of — if not ‘the’ — world’s best investment writer. So, naturally, we were stoked when we found Morgan’s interview with Kate and Owen in our archives and discovered it was actually recorded in the full video!

Originally recorded in February 2021, this podcast with Morgan Housel is well worth the replay. And his book, The Psychology of Money, is a game-changing resource for anyone new to investing and money.

Money has many ironies. Here’s an important one: Wealth is what you don’t see.” – Morgan Housel, The Psychology of Money

What we talk to Morgan Housel about:

Kate and Owen chat to Morgan about his reflections on writing and reading widely, the important behaviours we should work on to improve our odds of financial success and the most powerful thing money can do for you.

Owen also asks Morgan for the tips and tricks that make his writing so relatable for every audience.

Recorded: February 2021

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