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Here's to the next 10 years!


This week saw the 10th birthday of Money to the Masses and what a journey it has been. The first Money to the Masses post was published on February 4th 2010 on a simple Wordpress blog. Eventually, that blog became the website you know today. ⁠⠀
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Over the years, our mission to help as many people as possible with their finances for free remains the same. From the articles we write, tools we build, podcasts we publish and videos we record all of it aims to be as insightful and actionable as possible.

During the past 10 years:
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📕 My book 30 day Money Plan was a Number 1 personal finance amazon bestseller⁠⠀
💻 We've helped over 6 million people who have read over 11 million articles. ⁠⠀
📹 We've had over 58k views on our YouTube channel⁠⠀
🎙 Our podcast has been listened to for over 21 million minutes!! 
📧 We have sent over 500 newsletters and each year we send out 1 million emails to subscribers.⁠⠀
💸 I've taught people, via 80-20Investor, how to invest their own money and manage risk⁠⠀
⁠⭐️ Damien's Money MOT has been completed over 13,000 times. ⁠⠀
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The past 10 years has been an amazing journey and shows that hard work and belief can pay off in the end.⁠⠀
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Here's to the next 10!
Enjoy this week's newsletter.

Damien Fahy
MoneytotheMasses.com founder




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Money to the Masses Podcast
Episode 257 - On this week's show we celebrate 10 years of Money to the Masses. We discuss how it all started and how a small blog grew into the site you all know today. I highlight the things that I would have done differently and the things I am most proud of. I also share my thoughts on how the world of finance is likely to change in the next 10 years.
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Damien's Midweek Markets Podcast
Episode 48 - The latest episode of my DIY investment podcast where I discuss what is happening in investment markets. This week I talk about China and their attempts to prop up their economy by injecting $174bn into the financial system while at the same time cutting tariffs on US imports to the value of $75bn.
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