Jared Dillian Money provides a diverse range of products tailored for both self-directed and professional investors, as well as individuals aiming to improve their personal financial well-being.
Our resources cover topics including personal finance, saving, investing, retirement, market analysis, and more.
The Awesome Portfolio doesn’t tank when the world does. And gives you the freedom to go about your life without worrying about micromanaging it on a daily, weekly, or even monthly basis. Yet still gives you the return potential you need to care for yourself and your family—and the money you need to retire comfortably when you are ready.
Timely, actionable investment ideas on exchange-traded funds that can help you mitigate volatility and build a resilient and profitable core portfolio, protecting you in bad times, while prospering in the good times.
Street Freak merges Jared’s macro analysis, contrarian perspectives, and timely recommendations for investors hungry for high-performing stocks poised to make big moves.
In Jared’s most aggressive service, investors learn how to trade with conviction, tap into investor psychology, and take out-of-consensus trades every month.
If you want to get a deeper understanding, challenge your thinking, and delve into how emotional decision-making can direct the markets, subscribe to The Daily Dirtnap. Every morning subscribers get Jared’s unconventional take on the markets, investor sentiment, and macro forces.
No Worries: How to Live a Stress-free Financial Life is a no-BS, refreshing approach that challenges the world of personal finance, revealing how to build wealth and become financially free without sweating the small stuff.
Those Bastards is a literary sensation, filled with insights on what it means to be human, struggling in a world of uncertainty. Jared dives headlong into the central questions of existence with eyes wide open, observing life in a way that only he can.
Jared’s novel, All the Evil of This World, explores the intricacies and volatile nature of seven individuals navigating the world of high finance—these characters are demented, intense, and as volatile as their surroundings. The writing is intense and unapologetic, giving you an unfiltered look into their vulnerable and volatile nature as their worlds collide.
Jared Dillian's memoir, Street Freak: Money and Madness at Lehman Brothers, takes you inside the outrageous culture of Lehman and follows the thrilling rise and fall of Jared's journey from green associate to the firm's head ETF trader to the final days of Lehman’s collapse.