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Best Tom Cock podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Tom Cock podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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30-year financial talk radio veteran, Don McDonald and former host of Serious Money on PBS, Tom Cock, reunite on a weekly call-in program talking about real money issues. Each week they solve real money problems, dole out real investing (not speculating) advice, and really explain the financial issues that effect all of us. It's a show designed to provide the real help we all need to enjoy a really great future. Call in with your questions anytime at 855-935-TALK (8255).
 
Hi, I’m Dax Shepard, and I love talking to people. I am endlessly fascinated by the messiness of being human, and I find people who are vulnerable and honest about their struggles and shortcomings to be incredibly sexy. I invite you to join me as I explore other people’s stories. We will celebrate, above all, the challenges and setbacks that ultimately lead to growth and betterment. What qualifies me for such an endeavor? More than a decade of sobriety, a degree in Anthropology and four year ...
 
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Ready to be shocked? While researching a Seattle area "fiduciary" advisor, Don discovers that they seem to care less about making money for their clients than they do for themselves. They charge huge fees, sell commissioned securities and insurance, and make 20 times more on their clients' savings account then do their clients. Plus, the market is …
 
Jon Meacham is a Pulitzer prize winning author, reviewer, and presidential biographer. Jon chats with the Armchair Expert about this early fascination with politics, attending Ronald Reagan's inauguration as a young boy and the importance of delineating historical figures from saints. Jon states his position on confederate statues and Dax asks what…
 
This episode focuses on the problem of non-traded, illiquid investments. They have few benefits and a huge number of detriments. They should be avoided at all costs. We talk with a caller about the difference between the simple portfolios we suggest on the show and the more complex portfolios we create for our clients. We help another caller with s…
 
Melissa McCarthy (Bridesmaids, Mike and Molly, Spy, Identity Thief) is an American actress, comedian, writer and producer. Melissa chats with her old pal, the armchair expert, about how she found the Groundlings, tanking her Bridesmaids audition and her hatred of e-mail. Dax commends Melissa for continuing to work with old friends and Melissa talks…
 
One of humankind's biggest flaws is our overpowering need to see into the future. Out innate need for prospective prognostication gets us into a lot of trouble and yet we seem unability to recognize the futility of this pursuit. Plus, why isn't the Talking Real Money podcast more popular? Don thinks he has the answer. Finally, what's wrong with FIR…
 
Dr. Laurie Santos is a cognitive scientist and Professor of Psychology at Yale University and host of The Happiness Lab podcast. Laurie chats with the armchair expert to discuss 5 ways to increase happiness during quarantine, the neuroscience behind deep breaths and why studying animals is better than studying humans. Dax connects Laurie's principa…
 
A caller yesterday wanted to know why we recommend index funds that are filled with losing stocks. Why don't we suggest only funds filled with winners? Do hedge funds belong in pensions? There is no trick to beating the market. Why did we go from suggesting three funds to just two? Does Fidelity offer a global stock index fund? A caller asks: Do I …
 
Tom and Don discuss the tendancy for stockbrokers and insurance salespeople to lie to your face while they "disclose" the truth in thick paper packets that few ever read. Specifically, we discuss the possible prevarications associated with UBS and its YES or "yield enhancement system" and the sale of indexed annuities. Plus, we look at what Sorrent…
 
Curtis Jackson better known as 50 Cent is an American rapper, actor, producer, and entrepreneur. 50 cent chats with the Armchair Expert about towing the line between Curtis and 50 Cent, hustling at age 12 and having to make the distinction between the one who sells and the one who consumes. Dax asks about masculinity and 50 Cent talks about being a…
 
Rajiv Shah is the President of the Rockefeller Foundation. He is a former American government official, physician and health economist who served as the 16th Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development from 2010–2015 under President Obama. He also held many leadership positions at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. R…
 
President Trump tweeted that hedge fund managers are manipulating the markets with the media appearances and Don agrees. It shouldn't be legal to use the media to make millions. Plus, Don takes a bunch of call at 855-935-8255. First, is Edelman/Financial Engines worth a 1.75% annual money management fee? Another caller is looking for an opinion and…
 
We start the episode talking about some of the new rules for retirement planning. A caller wants to know how to find old shares of stock that have gone missing. Another wants to know how Tom and Don get paid. Then, we discuss an investment that should have never been sold to an 84-year old sporting high commissions, huge fees, illiquidity, and mass…
 
Tom and Don share some of the lessons this nasty little virus should be teaching you about managing your financial life. You can't play markets. You can't pick stocks. We share some shocking numbers about market timing. A stock trader dabbled in oil futures and suffered a horrible loss. They help a caller navigate the capital gains tax rules on hom…
 
America Ferrera (Ugly Betty, End Of Watch, The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, Superstore) is an American actress, voice actress, producer, and director. America chats with the Armchair Expert to discuss her feelings of insecurity when she won her Emmy, growing up being told she wouldn’t make it and her learned skill of molding stereotypes into …
 
Dan Heath is an American bestselling author, speaker and fellow at Duke University's CASE center. Dan chats with the Armchair Expert about why certain ideas stick, the emotionality behind urban legends and the benefit of thinking upstream. Dax implores those to think about the financial benefits to upstream social reform and Dan explains that every…
 
Tom and Don respond to s listeners concern that we may be entering another Great Depression. Paul Merriman joins us to talk about dealing with bear markets. A caller talks wonders if this is a good time to speculate in battered industries. Another wants advice on Boeing's voluntary layoff offer. We hear from a son whose elderly mother has to cash o…
 
Zoë Kravitz (Mad Max: Fury Road, Big Little Lies, High Fidelity) is an American actress and singer. Zoë chats with the Armchair Expert to discuss the differences between living with her mom versus her dad and her experience working with many powerful women on Big Little Lies. Dax checks himself on asking a potentially misogynistic question and Zoë …
 
Don looks at another complex insurance/investment product and the lies those who sell them tell to their potential clients. There's a reason for the warning, "read the prospectus carefully..." Yet, few ever read them, to their own financial peril. Then Don covers questions on taking Social Secirity early and the problems with junk bond funds.…
 
David Chang is an American restaurateur, author, television personality and founder of the Momofuku restaurant group. David chats with the Armchair Expert about growing up Korean American, his first time eating ramen in Japan and how he found his way into cooking. Dax talks about elitism in food and David discusses how depression led him to open Mo…
 
Women are flocking to investment clubs, but is learning to pick stocks a worthwhile pursuit? Why wait to take required minimum distributions (RMDs)? Is a family trust a good or bad thing? Investors risk tolerance has declined dramatically. Why are financial advisor teams a better way to manage money? Should you continue to dollar-cost-average durin…
 
Millions are struggling with a paycheck. Tom and Don share a few short-term solutions to tide you over until the crisis wanes. Plus, we talk about specific business retirement plans at 401411.com. The wisdom and particulars of of tax-loss harvesting. A woman wants to know if her portfolio is positioned for the market. Is it smart to pay off your mo…
 
Rob Lowe (The Outsiders, St. Elmo’s Fire, The West Wing, Parks and Recreation) is an American actor, producer, and director. Rob chats with the Armchair Expert about moving to Malibu as a child and feeling out of place, his time and ultimate departure from The West Wing and going to high school with many famous faces before they were famous. Dax as…
 
Professor Wade Pfau seems to be at odds with the advice of many other academics who dislike annuities. Could financial compensation from the insurance industry have colored Dr. Pfau's research? Plus, Don answers questions on taking Social Security benefits, investing some extra cash and the proper global fund allocation.…
 
When you get unexpected wealth how should you invest it. Tom and Don share the step-by-step process. A caller wants to know what to do with an extra $10,000 Plus, why playing the market is not investing even if it's in the Wall Street Journal. Long-short mutual funds fail miserably to provide an investing hedge. Why complex financial products are b…
 
Glennon Doyle is an American author known for her #1 New York Times bestsellers Untamed and Love Warrior and bestseller Carry On, Warrior. Glennon chats with the Armchair Expert about her struggle with addiction, falling in love with a stranger and her realization about forgiveness. Glennon talks about overcoming societal memos and Dax questions if…
 
From our Saturday Radio Show: Our world has changed. How should you plan for a different future. Weren't we just in a bear market? What happened? What should you do now? Active money managers panicked and sold during March, just before the market started climbing. A caller comes into some big money and wonders how to invest it.…
 
Oil futures prices did something unprecedented. For the first time, futures traders could actually get paid to take practically free oil. Why would something like this happen? Don explains the Monday's strange market behavior. Plus, listeners want to know: Where to invest unneeded stimulus money? If it makes sense to take Social Security at 62 and …
 
Sheryl Crow is an American musician, singer, songwriter, and actress. She joins the armchair expert to discuss starting her career later in life, how breast cancer changed her perspective and her pattern of attraction. Dax wonders about her experience on the Michael Jackson Bad Tour and Sheryl talks about the physiological impact of music. The two …
 
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