If you come into a great deal of money, your goal shouldn’t be to spend it as quickly as possible.
The best-selling book The E-Myth examines the success of McDonalds and what we can learn from it.
How do you reach the top of your profession, and are you always aware of your own talents?
On today’s show, Doug examines generational giving. Learn about the tax considerations involved in gifting money to your children
Harvard professor, Mihir Desai discusses his book The Wisdom of Finance: Discovering Humanity in the World of Risk and Return. and shares his belief that the financial system is broken and suggests how to return to a human-focused approach.
Do you want to protect the senior citizens you know from elder financial abuse? Need to have a conversation with your aging parents about protecting their finances?
Retirement can be jarring for retirees who find their routine and professional status gone. How can retirees redefine who they are?
Who is the best person to brainstorm and deliberate with about your financial decisions? What should you do if there is no one to talk to?
Author Jay Myers talks with Doug Goldstein about steering your business through a crisis.
How much of your income do you need to put aside to achieve financial independence?
In the first part of this week's podcast, Diane Coyle, professor of economics at Manchester University and author of GDP: A Brief But Affectionate...
Sadly, people today, especially those just entering the workforce, lack the skills to lead their fellow workers.
In the second part of the Goldstein on Gelt podcast this week, Professor Walter E. Williams, economics professor at George Mason University and author...
An interview with Ken Lopez, a buyer and seller of authors' lost papers.
Learn how capital gains tax strategies can be especially useful to dual citizens who may be liable to pay taxes in two countries
Doug Goldstein talking to ... Doug Goldstein
Six good reasons why financially, life has become more difficult for American citizens living overseas.
Offering easy to implement actionable tips to improve your finances and your life in general.
The subject that brought this years Nobel Prize for Economics to winners Alvin Roth and Lloyd Shapley is pairwise matching. But what is pairwise matching, and how can it be applied to everyday life choices? Doug Goldstein interviews Nobel Laureate Professor Robert Aumann, winner of the prize in 2005, who explains what pairwise matching is and how it can be applied to life decisions, such as who to marry and which medical school to attend.
What is an ETF, how to use them effectively in your portfolio, and why can this investment benefit American expats?
Sharing tips for preparing to give a talk and how to get started in the world of public speaking.
A review of past episodes
A stockbroker isn’t the same thing as a money manager or financial planner. The jobs have two totally different objectives when it involves investing your money.
Anyone who remembers life in Israel in the 1980s will cringe at the sound of the word inflation. Remember the soaring prices and the...
Many investors don’t have the heart to hang onto a stock that was decimated in a market crash. For investors who don’t want to take their chances with the market, Doug has some safer choices.
How the use of Israeli technology and the growth of Israeli trade with Arab countries could eventually create peace in the Middle East.
What did you do when you received a purple vase decorated with green stripes and gold roses as an inheritance from your late Aunt Minnie? Did you give it a place of honor in your breakfront, hide it away in the attic, or did you follow your spouse’s instructions and “sell that hideous thing because at least you might get some money for it”? Chances are that you wouldn’t dare sell the vase, simply because of its sentimental value.
An investor's money choices should align with what they value in life. Explore how to realign thinking and make smarter investments based on personal values.
Keynes and Hayek were two of the most influential economists of modern times. But how did their economic philosophies and views affect the world today?
Should you switch funds?