Doug shares some examples of investment scams and stresses the importance of maintaining a realistic view on the situation.
Why do people often sabotage their own success ?
Why are low interest rates harmful to your investments? Discover the most effective ways to invest your money and stay ahead of inflation.
Today's show explains why your retirement plan should include doing a “test retirement” to see whether your retirement goals are feasible.
David Epstein, author of The Sports Gene.
Producer Chuck Wang explains how you can learn from mistakes and move on towards success.
Douglas Goldstein presents a five-point plan to make your aliyah dream a reality.
Learn why money managers often suggest ETFs and why they help make more effective financial choices
An interview with Terry Savage, author of The New Savage Number: How Much Money Do Really You Need to Retire?
An interview with Meir Nissensohn, former general manager of IBM in Israel.
Don’t let supporting your adult children ruin your retirement. Create a realistic course of action to teach your adult children how to be financially independent.
An interview with Charles Duhigg, a writer at The New York Times and author of The Power of Habit.
Avoid the common mistakes parents make when they invest in their kids’ futures. Doug covers some of those mistakes and has some useful strategies to use in planning gifts for the future.
Find out the best ways to organize your information and why storing it in the cloud is not always the best idea.
Have you thought about investing in dividend-paying stocks? As the name suggests, these are stocks that pay out a certain percentage of the company’s earnings as a dividend periodically (usually quarterly) to the investor. Recently, dividend-paying stocks have received a good press in publications such as The Wall Street Journal. Have you considered why dividend-paying stocks might be good for you?
Many investors use “financial forecasting,” and base their investment strategy on what they think might happen in the markets. Is that a good idea?
How much control do banks and governments have over money and what should their function really be?
Should a volatile market be cause for concern? On today’s financial podcast, Doug Goldstein talks about the importance of accepting the ups and downs of the market if you are a long-term investor.
How can you remove anxiety and worry from retirement planning?
Offering easy to implement actionable tips to improve your finances and your life in general.
How can you transform thinking to action? What are the mountains you need to climb to reach goals?
Be sure your investment decisions are within your comfort level. Investors shouldn’t lose sleep over their investments. Don’t let what MIGHT happen affect your decision making.
Learn the most useful tools for cross-border estate planning, which strategies may be available to you, and what you need to know if your heirs are not U.S. citizens.
Doug meets Dr. Douglas Scharre, a neurologist at Ohio State University.
Discussing how the millennial generation can start investing by suggesting smart money habits that make investing money and decreasing debt both possible.