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A personal finance and investing podcast on money, how it works, how to invest it and how to live without worrying about it. J. David Stein is a former Chief Investment Strategist and money manager. For close to two decades, he has been teaching individuals and institutions how to invest and handle their finances in ways that are simple to understand. More info at moneyfortherestofus.com
 
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We consider four case studies in which individuals struggle to decide what to do with their investment portfolios. Topics include: Why it's so difficult to reenter the stock market after sitting on the sidelines and what to do instead What are the risks of having a too aggressive portfolio allocation in retirement and what to do instead What to do …
 
What you need to know to confidently invest in bonds. Topics covered include: Key components of bond investing include face value, coupon rates, yield-to-maturity, duration, and convexity How to decide between owning longer-term or short-term bonds How to decide whether to own individual bonds or bond funds and ETFs When to use active bond manageme…
 
How sophisticated AI apps from OpenAI and other companies create articles, art, and other works that have never existed. How generative AI will impact business owners, employees, students, and financial markets. Topics include: How AI is creating personal finance articles and other creative works ChatGPT's attempt at writing a script for the Money …
 
We analyze the worrisome national debt situation in the U.S., UK, and Japan and consider what will determine the likelihood of default Topics covered include: How big is the national debt in the U.S., UK, and Japan Why Japan and UK interest rates have increased When do federal government debts jump the most What two numbers are key to whether a lev…
 
We kick off 2023 by answering your questions on making portfolio changes, risk tolerance, the strong dollar, inflation and retirement, influential books, and other topics. For more information on this episode click here. Episode Sponsors Thanks to LinkedIn for sponsoring the episode. Use this link to post your job for free on LinkedIn Jobs. See Pri…
 
How public equity REITs differ from private REITs. Why investors are selling out of private REITs and why private REIT sponsors like Blackstone and Starwood are limiting investors' ability to do so. Topics covered include: What are public and private real estate investment trusts Why has Blackstone's BREIT been such a success Why investors are tryi…
 
How to solve the conundrum that consumption reductions lead to economic disasters while benefiting the environment. Topics covered include: Why consumption, fossil fuel usage, and carbon emissions keep growing How fossil fuel consumption goes well beyond heating and transportation uses but is tied to agriculture, steel, and cement production The fo…
 
What are the best options for safely investing cash. Topics covered include: High-yield savings accounts Certificates of Deposits Government Bonds Money Market Mutual Funds When should you invest in long-term bonds Why some savings apps try to look like banks but they are not What happens when central banks lose money Where not to deposit cash for …
 
Camden and David converse with Asha Mehta, Managing Partner & CIO at Global Delta Capital about the bullish case for emerging and frontier market stocks as well as the risks. Topics covered include: How to go about investing in emerging markets Should you invest in China Where are the most promising emerging and frontier markets Why aggregate emerg…
 
How the bankruptcy of FTX, the world's third-largest crypto exchange, undermines trust in cryptocurrency and decentralized finance, making it even more difficult for crypto to ever be taken seriously as a monetary alternative. Topics covered include: How FTX squandered its customers' deposits How FTX is another example of a private money bank run H…
 
How the International Monetary Fund, the world's economic firefighter, works for global monetary cooperation and prosperity while using its own made-up currency, the SDR. Topics covered include: What was the Bretton Woods monetary system that led to the formation of the IMF and the World Bank How the World Bank and IMF differ What does the IMF do H…
 
How to survive in a world where luck and randomness play a pivotal role. Topics covered include: What are power laws What are the narrative fallacy and hindsight bias What are examples of domains where randomness has contributed to success What are ways to distinguish investing skill from luck How sixth-century philosopher Boethius had an accurate …
 
How to use laddered inflation-indexed bonds (i.e., TIPS), CDs, fixed annuities, and fixed index annuities to meet retirement living expenses while worrying less about running out of money. Topics covered include: How individuals can use liability-driven investment strategies Why now is the best opportunity to buy Treasury Inflation Protection Secur…
 
In Episode 406, David and Camden visit with Annie Duke about how to better manage our investment portfolios including when and what to sell. We also discuss a number of behavioral finance topics such as mental accounting, sunk costs, and goal myopia. Annie Duke is an author, speaker, and consultant in the decision-making space, as well as Special P…
 
What is volatility and what causes it to rise and fall? How volatility itself contributes to more volatility such as in the example of the chaotic UK government bond market where long-term yields have increased by 4% in 2022. Topics covered include: How the role of volatility has changed in financial markets What caused UK interest rates to spike a…
 
What has caused the U.S. dollar's currency exchange rate to be the strongest in twenty years? How a strong dollar leads to slower global economic growth and falling asset prices. Topics covered include: Why a strong dollar is a no-win situation for the rest of the world Why have inflation and interest rates increased Why recession risks are rising …
 
How risk perceptions and actions have changed over several years of the pandemic. How the pandemic's impacts continue to affect politics, the economy, financial markets, how we invest, and our personal lives. Topics covered include: Is the pandemic really over? What percentage of people continue to isolate at home How behaviors such as eating out a…
 
What are the drivers that lead to higher student loan balances? Why a one-time student loan forgiveness program doesn't solve the problem of increasing student debt. What are some more viable longer-term solutions. Topics covered include: How big is the Biden Administration student debt forgiveness plan How big has the student debt burden grown Why…
 
Warren Buffet said, "Diversification makes very little sense for anyone that knows what they’re doing." He also said, "Diversification is a protection against ignorance..." Most of us need that protection against ignorance, yet diversification often makes us feel bad when some of our holdings don't do as well as others. We make the case why we shou…
 
How economic wars, pandemics, and worker shortages could lead to years of high structural inflation. What needs to happen to avoid this dire inflation scenario. Topics covered include: What are the three inflation lessons Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell shared What is inflation anchoring What caused the current period of high inflation How Chin…
 
We explore examples of positive and negative unintended consequences, what causes them, and how to navigate a world where unanticipated things happen all of the time. Topics covered include: What leads to unintended consequences What are some unintended consequences of QE and stimulus, price controls, tax incentives, gun legislation, and marijuana …
 
We analyze two listeners' portfolios. One who is close to retirement and considering hiring an outside money manager. The second is 45 and just sold a business and is trying to decide whether to fire Schwab's robo-advisor service and manage his portfolio on his own. Topics covered include: What elements are part of a financial plan What to consider…
 
This episode edits and remasters two earlier episodes on investing based on cycles to focus on timeless investing principles. Topics covered include: What are different types of cycles Why do cycles have subjective start and end dates. Why do coincidences happen so often. How to position investment portfolios based on cycles. How luck and skill pla…
 
Why it is challenging to distinguish a legitimate multi-level marketing company from a pyramid scheme as hedge fund billionaire Bill Ackman found out in his losing campaign against Herbalife. How Forsage has taken pyramid and Ponzi schemes to a whole new level, and why the regulators can't shut it down. Topics covered include: What are multi-level …
 
How slowing population growth and an eventual population peak will lead to competition for foreign workers, potentially higher inflation, and ultimately the need to transition to a steady-state economy rather than one based on constantly producing more. Topics covered include: How longevity and birthrates impact population growth What areas of the …
 
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