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The Dividend Cafe is your portal for market perspective that is virtually conflict-free, rooted in deep philosophical commitments about how capital should be managed, and understandable for all sorts of investors. Host David L. Bahnsen is a frequent guest on CNBC, Bloomberg, and Fox Business. He is the author of the books, Crisis of Responsibility: Our Cultural Addiction to Blame and How You Can Cure It (Post Hill Press) and The Case for Dividend Growth: Investing in a Post-Crisis World (Pos ...
 
Income Investing With Alexis Assadi is a podcast that explores income and dividend-producing assets. We cover everything from REITs, investment funds, p2p lending, mortgage lending, credit instruments, dividend stocks, tax lien certificates, real estate, crowdfunding and more. The show emphasizes monthly cash flow, but it also includes investments that pay quarterly. In addition, Income Investing dives into related subjects, such as government policy and economics. For example, mortgage fund ...
 
Should I buy? Should I sell? Or Should I stand pat? The market should never dictate how or when you invest. By increasing your confidence levels, you will invest with more conviction, save time, and eliminate many of your dilemmas. Everybody deserves a happy retirement. Mike Heroux from The Dividend Guy Blog is not only a passionate investor, but he is also pretty good at explaining how the market works and how you can make your money work more effectively for you. This podcast will cover al ...
 
KayneCast is the official podcast series of Kayne Anderson Rudnick Investment Management. Kayne Anderson Rudnick provides this communication as a matter of general information. The opinions stated herein are those of the speakers and not necessarily the opinions of Kayne Anderson Rudnick, or its affiliates. Portfolio managers at Kayne Anderson Rudnick make investment decisions in accordance with specific client guidelines and restrictions. As a result, client accounts may differ in strategy ...
 
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Excess Returns is an investing podcast hosted by Jack Forehand and Justin Carbonneau, partners at Validea. Justin and Jack discuss a wide range of investing topics, including factor investing, value investing, momentum investing and behavioral finance, with the goal of helping those who watch and listen become better long term investors, all in twenty minutes or less per episode.
 
Moneyweb brings you the latest in business and financial news in our new morning podcast: MoneywebNOW with Simon Brown. The show will offer the latest in business, trading and company news to best prepare listeners for the day ahead. It will be live-streamed via the Moneyweb website and mobile app between 06:30 and 06:50.
 
Superb Diamond Range is a Edinburgh based podcast which discusses a wide range of topics from lifestyle to personal finance as well as interviewing guests such as Bea Johnson, Nina Altenberger, Lars Kroijer, Frank Vasquez & Gerry Born. Interested in Finance or Freedom? And everything else under the sun? Superb Diamond Range is the podcast for you!
 
Born in a family in 1984, Min An took the path that I'm probably going through now – PAP kindergarten, River Valley Primary School, Monk’s Hill Secondary School, Catholic Junior College, National Service plus 5 other jobs. Rooted in the principles of value investing since September 2010, he applies these steps constantly to his surroundings – watch F&B owners run their stalls, observe what the markets pay with their dollars, calculating the business revenue that he eyes on, to name a few dai ...
 
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Hey guys, Q3 2021 earnings season has started! In this show we briefly discuss the results of 4 iconic European dividend growth stocks. Besides that we're also providing our thoughts on a top 5 portfolio and we answer several questions from the community. Last but not least, EMF shared his stock pick of the week. Enjoy this week's show!…
 
This week we talk to Ritholtz Wealth CFO Bill Sweet. Bill has had a very unique career, which started serving our country in the military and also included a stint in his family's tax business prior to his work at Ritholtz. We talk about the lessons Bill has learned in his career and how others can benefit from them. We also take an in depth look a…
 
How can you start investing if you don't even know which account or service you need!? What should you look for? Let's discuss the different types of investing platforms and accounts, how to use them, and which ones are the best for you! But first, Mike shares his favorite resources and books to gain the confidence needed to start investing. Relate…
 
In episode 164 of KayneCast, Julie Kutasov, Portfolio Manager and Senior Research Analyst of Kayne Anderson Rudnick’s Small Cap Quality Value strategy and a Senior Research Analyst, provides a review of the performance of KAR’s Small Cap Quality Value Portfolio in the third quarter of 2021.By Kayne Anderson Rudnick Investment Management
 
How does an art historian, TV producer and art museum director end up teaching quantitative finance? I am joined by Will Goetzmann, the Beinecke Professor of Finance at Yale’s School of Management, to discuss the virtues of changing careers, being interdisciplinary, and following your curiosity. He is one of the most interesting people you are like…
 
Ever wonder about the economics of higher education? Are the people in the classroom, “students” or “customers”? Who is accountable to whom? Who is in charge? Chatham University President David Finegold joins me to view higher education through the lenses that we often use to examine businesses: value creation, accountability, and future trends. It…
 
Value investors currently love emerging markets. Whether you look at projections from GMO or Research Affiliates or any of the other major firms who look at expected returns, you will see a much more favorable outlook for emerging markets than the US. But there is another side of the emerging markets story that has little to do with traditional val…
 
In this episode we discuss how we read the cash flow statement. It's one of those 3 important financial statements which provides insight into the financial health in the company. Reading it doesn't need to be too difficult and in this episode we discuss both our ways of using it. We hope you enjoy it! Check also episode 21 in case you want to hear…
 
I loved writing the Dividend Cafe for many years with a “jump around” approach, basically covering a wide array of topics that would enter my orbit of interest each week. I made a decision late last year to start writing “single topic” and to write the entire thing in “one sitting” – basically Friday mornings – so as to make it a more coherent and …
 
We all want the retirement of our dreams. But starting to invest could be intimidating. If you don't know how to do it, this small series of three episodes should be your first stop. Today, we begin with 4 Strategies that Work to Start Investing. What's in it for you? Advisors, Robo-Advisors, ETFs, Stock Picking, and a few more tips down the way! R…
 
ETF Trends’ Lara Crigger dissects recent SEC statements regarding risks posed by leveraged and inverse ETFs, which came a day after the regulatory agency approved the listing of complex VIX futures ETFs. Dawn Global’s Maurits Pot outlines the investment case for the Asian Growth Cubs ETF (CUBS). ROBO Global’s Travis Briggs spotlights the indexes be…
 
Thinking about the dollar, crypto, fiat currency, MMT? Get some perspective on the purpose of currency, managing money supply, inflation, wage pressures and all the currently popular financial issues……from a review of how Soviet bureaucrats grappled with similar challenges in the 1950s. Yes, Soviet bureaucrats. Seem remote? Of course, on one obviou…
 
The 60-40 portfolio has been a solid long-term performer for investors. It has worked in bull markets. It has also held up well in deflationary shocks. But with expected returns for both stocks and bonds well below their long-term averages and inflation potentially on the horizon, many have questioned whether it still makes sense. In this episode, …
 
Hi there! Welcome back to another episode. September has already finished which means we were able to analyse our Q3 results. Have a listen to it and let us know what you think! At the same time we're also addressing lot's of questions in this episode. It means that the podcast takes a bit longer, but on the other hand we have a lot of joy answerin…
 
The effort to meet face to face with leading money managers, hedge funds, macroeconomic analysts, and other such “life of the party” luminaries began in 2006. Of course, back then I was overseeing just $100 million of client assets and busily deciding if I was going to move my business at UBS to either Bear Stearns or to Morgan Stanley (yes, that w…
 
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