Millionaires Unveiled interviews, and tells the stories of, everyday millionaires. We provide detailed insight into their investing strategies and current portfolio allocation. We discuss how they got started, their decisions along the way, how their portfolio has or will change, and their investing successes and failures. Our goal is to highlight the "the millionaire next door," by sharing real financial success stories of real people. By listening to these interviews and stories, people not only find motivation, but also gain hope and passion for their own journey, all while learning investing tips and tricks.
Our top episodes include stories of a janitor, handyman, single moms, and members of the military – all of whom are millionaires. We have also interviewed Robert Kiyosaki, Chris Hogan, Tom Wheelwright, David Obsorn, and other "big names" in the personal finance and blogging space. We have been featured in the top 100 business and investing podcasts on iTunes, and wrote an article for Business Insider. Additionally, we have been guests on several podcasts including Stacking Benjamins, Passive Real Estate Investing, Forever Cash, and the What’s up Next Podcast.
There are two main groups of people listening to the show. The first are those who are generally younger, and curious about how wealthy people invest; they listen for portfolio allocations and investing strategies. The second group is generally older, and more curious about the stories of each individual. They don't necessarily plan on changing their investment strategy/allocation, but are interested in the journey and decisions of others. Thus, there is a broad base of listeners ranging from the millennial, who may be just starting to invest, to the retired multimillionaire.
The show currently receives over 85,000 downloads each month.
About the Host
Host Name: Clark Sheffield and Jace Mattinson
Clark Sheffield and Jace Mattinson are co-hosts of the podcast. Both Clark and Jace are active CPAs and started their career at "Big Four" accounting firms. They have both since left public accounting, and lead finance/accounting groups at their respective organization. They have a passion for personal finance and investing, and enjoy teaching and sharing the principles with others.