ALEXANDRIA, Va. — October 19, 2020 — In a transfer that can broaden its viewers and produce on board one of the recognizable names within the monetary area, The Motley Idiot has acquired the favored Millennial Money website. Website founder Grant Sabatier will be part of the Idiot on a contract.
Sabatier, a world best-selling creator and creator of the Monetary Freedom Summit, is a widely known skilled within the monetary independence motion and the face of Millennial Cash, among the many most-visited websites in private finance. The location (and Sabatier) deal with serving to followers make, save, and make investments cash to stay a life they love, not simply accumulate wealth.
“We stumbled on Grant as followers first. We’ve a lot respect for the message he is sharing — that you simply should not wait till you are older to get pleasure from monetary success and all that comes with it,” mentioned Laura Cavanaugh, director of The Motley Idiot’s distribution acquisition workforce. “His potential to draw and converse to a youthful viewers about attaining monetary independence sooner is completely aligned with the Idiot’s objective of constructing the world smarter, happier, and richer.”
The deal is the seventh — and, with Millennial Cash’s many hundreds of thousands of holiday makers per yr, the most important — since The Motley Idiot launched its acquisition efforts just a little greater than a yr in the past.
“There aren’t many platforms which are greater or extra well-respected than The Motley Idiot within the monetary house, which make them the proper accomplice to take Millennial Cash to the subsequent degree. I am additionally an enormous fan of their work as properly,” mentioned Sabatier. “Greater than that, although, is we share the identical mission of serving to everybody obtain monetary freedom and stay happier lives. Collectively we’ll proceed to increase on Millennial Cash’s actionable recommendation to assist anybody who’s involved in making smarter choices and constructing a greater relationship with cash, whether or not you are simply beginning out or properly in your option to monetary independence.”