Do you ever wonder if Doug takes his own advice? Find out...
An interview with Dr. Arthur Benjamin, professor of mathematics.
Former hedge fund manager now makes new foods from castoff vegetables, explains how to win war on waste.
When I recently wished a friend “Mazal Tov” on his daughter’s engagement, I broached the issue of prenuptial agreements in accordance with Jewish law. My friend, a rosh yeshiva, turned to me and said, “Of course they’re signing one. People who don’t sign halachic prenuptial agreements are stupid.”
A global savings glut occurs when investors drive down interest rates. Is this trend coming to an end, meaning interest rates will climb? Do higher interest rates bring inflation?
Doug explains the pros&cons of whether people entering a second marriage should combine their assets
How has Putin’s plan to revive his country’s fortunes as a superpower affected US on world energy?
How do you visualize your retirement years? Most people hope that they will finally be able to do the things that they never had time to do during their working years. Very frequently, folks anticipate retirement will be a worry-free time, full of enjoyment, and ample time to spend with family and friends. As a financial adviser, I am often saddened to see retirees facing a different picture.
An interview with journalist Alana Newhouse former cultural editor of the Forward and current editor at The Tablet.
Learn why money managers often suggest ETFs and why they help make more effective financial choices
A happy retirement takes into consideration factors other than the size of your bank account. Listen to find out what else you need for an enjoyable retirement.
Doug reveals the differences between banks & brokerage firms and how each uses & views your money.
Practical ways to find the ideal retirement budget and still reach your personal goals.
In the second part of this week's Goldstein on Gelt podcast, Doug meets Jonathan Eley, personal finance editor of the Financial Times to discuss...
Tina Sacchi, holistic healer
Find out how the BUZZ Index works and why people may be more inclined to tell the truth on social media platforms than in polls.
Estate expert Peggy Atkins Munro, author of Estate and Trust Administration for Dummies, explains the basics that everyone should know when dealing with an estate,
How can you get people motivated in the right way? Discover effective techniques right here.
Is the current low-interest-rate environment, a good time to buy bonds?
An interview with Nobel Prize winner Professor Robert Aumann.
Watch this Doug Goldstein video to learn how easy it's to open a US brokerage account from overseas.
An interview with Terry Savage, author of The New Savage Number: How Much Money Do Really You Need to Retire?
The hardest part of investing is not being able to predict the future; the easy part is the paperwork. Doug explains how technology is making financial paperwork easier to deal with.
Three common-SIMPLE-mistakes investors make with their money. Doug explains what leads to these mistakes and how to fix them
How much control do banks and governments have over money and what should their function really be?