2 Minute Finance is a video blog founded in 2008 that teaches personal finance and consumer skills in a two minute or shorter video.
If you want to learn the basics about managing your money or need help making better buying decisions, then you’ve come to the right place. Our advice is unbiased, transparent, and entertaining to watch or read. None of the boring, stuffy PBS style educational videos here!
If the adage: “go the path of least resistance” holds any weight, Bobby is certainly taking it with a grain of salt. Hoping to forge his own niche by merging his interests in media and finance, Bobby hopes to make a splash (feet first, hopefully) into the world with his latest project, 2 Minute Finance.
Bobby is a San Francisco native who graduated with a B.S. in Finance (with Honors) and a minor in Media Studies from the University of San Francisco. During his time at USF, he co-founded the university’s student-run televisions station, anchored and produced the student newscast, and was writer/editor for the university’s business publication and writer for the student newspaper. Outside of school, Bobby has previously worked as a business writer for a mid-market newspaper, interned on a investment call-in show for a major-market television station, and worked in the investment and insurance industries. Currently, Bobby is a financial analyst for a major Silicon Valley software company.
An avid country music fan at-heart, Bobby can boast that he’s been seen in Newsweek…on page 41…under a reduced-price magazine subscription order form…in a photo montage with dozens of other people meant to symbolize an anonymous social network. When he’s not looking up the latest Reba McEntire album, Bobby can probably be found driving to the far reaches of the San Francisco Bay Area, where he spends at least 20 hours a week on the freeway shuttling between events.