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Lifestyle
by Douglas Goldstein
5 years ago
A Back To Work Guide for Every Mom

Many women take time off in the middle of their career in order to raise their kids. Returning to the work force may be difficult, so here some tips for working moms. Expert therapist Diane Lang provides some great ideas for moms who are thinking of going back to work.

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
4 years ago
How to Live the American Dream

The governor of Florida, Rick Scott, is a personification of the American dream. From living in public housing, he worked his way up through the navy to become the governor of Florida. Read the transcript of this interview to find out more.

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
5 years ago
Traditional Industry is Dead. Long Live High Tech Business!

In today's world, with the growth of high tech, internet industry is developing and spreading. In this interview with Warren Adelman of GoDaddy, president and chief operating officer of GoDaddy.com, find out how internet business is taking over the world.

Entertainment
by Douglas Goldstein
5 years ago
Is Music Still the Food of Love?

What is the future of the music industry today? With the advent of the internet, music management has become totally different, with free downloads and iTunes instead of vinyl records or tapes. Read the transcript of an interview with Dr. Daniel Levitin, a professor at McGill University who specializes in the psychology of music, to find out more.

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
5 years ago
Why the Health of Older People is Not Only an Issue for Geriatrics

Today, more and more people are living to old age, and we need to support them. Therefore, the issue of old age health is becoming extremely important. Dr. Aubrey de Grey provides some answers about the improvements of the quality of life for elderly people and what the future holds for all of us as we grow old.

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
5 years ago
Hidden Financial Strategies for Planning a Happy Retirement

When planning your retirement, make sure to make a thorough financial review. Careful planning needs to be done as you will now be living on a lower income.

Lifestyle
by Douglas Goldstein
4 years ago
Ways to Make Money and Succeed Without Talent

What's the secret of true talent? And how can we stay optimistic when things seem bleak? Geoff Colvin of Fortune Magazine, author of "Talent is Overrated," shared the secrets of how to remain optimistic and make the most of our gifts on the Goldstein on Gelt show.

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
5 years ago
Four Good Reasons For Investing Your Money

The secret of money management is adapting your investment strategies to your needs. Do you know what you need? Read this article to find out the four main reasons for investing.

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
5 years ago
Do You Want to Be the Biggest Loser?

Have you ever heard of loss aversion? This refers to the bitterness that one may feel about losing, whether playing chess or losing on the stock market. On the other hand, winning the money game is so rewarding that we are still motivated to play. Many times, our loss aversion can be so strong that it causes us to make bad decisions. To become a successful investor, you must not allow loss aversion to rule your life.

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
5 years ago
Three Ways to Get Richer Without Earning More

Sometimes, no matter how hard we work, it is just too hard to save and pay the bills at the same time. But the key to improving your financial situation is not necessarily by earning more. Saving more money can also be achieved through smart budgeting and by cutting spending.

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
5 years ago
The Secrets of A Happy Retirement When You Have Forgotten to Save

While you are better off planning for retirement in your 30s, the good news is that it is never too late to help yourself. Even if you only have a few years left before you reach retirement age, there are still some things that you can do to help yourself even if you have not planned or saved properly till now.

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
5 years ago
Power and Money: The History of Goldman and Sachs

The history of Goldman Sachs is one of power and money, and it is a reflection of life on Wall Street. In this transcript of an interview that took place on the Goldstein on Gelt show, William Cohan, the author of Money and Power and House of Cards, speaks about Wall Street today in the wake of the Goldman Sachs and Bear Stearns crashes.

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
5 years ago
How to Enjoy Life by Earning More and Spending Less

One of the first money management strategies that we usually hear is to spend less. But what happens when you are already living very frugally? Then it's time to start looking for some legal, easy money making ideas so that you can breathe more easily and stop worrying.

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
5 years ago
Avoiding the Swamp of Unpaid Credit Card Debt

Many families drown in the mire of outstanding credit card debt due to poor consumer spending habits and faulty money management techniques. By keeping a close eye on debt and changing your spending habits, you can prevent tragedy from occurring.

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
5 years ago
Why The Best Retirement Planning Will Save You Money

When it comes to retirement investment planning, you may be surprised to find that state pension plans end up being worth very little and private pension plans may not be worth as much as you thought, due to inflation. This is why you should even start planning for retirement in your 30s, and plan very wisely.

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
5 years ago
Why The Feel Good Factor Can Be Seriously Bad for Your Investments

When planning your financial strategy, watch out for the disposition effect, when a momentary good feeling about making an immediate profit can lead to a long-term loss. Plan carefully - and think long term.

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
5 years ago
Don't Toss Your Joe Montana Retirement Commemorative Coin

If you like gold because you like collectibles like sapphire gold ear cuffs, 14k diamond cut gold rings, or even art deco gold link bracelets, then you should go ahead and buy them. But if you're buying gold because you think it is the world's best investment, then you should do a lot of research.

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
5 years ago
Will Using a DRIP Account Make You Rich? How to Improve Your Investment Return with Dividend Reinvestment and Compound Interest

A DRIP is a useful tool to accrue dividend income. If you like dividend paying stocks, consider adding DRIPs to your investment portfolio.

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
4 years ago
A History of Our Financial Behavior

A History of Financial Behavior shows that we may behave more like cavemen than we would like to think. Ken Fisher, CEO of Fisher Investments Company, and Forbes' portfolio strategy columnist, shared his insights on behavioral finance and how it changed (or not) throughout history.

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
5 years ago
The Male Factor: What Do Men Really Think About Male and Female Gender Roles at Work?

In today's world, where there are more and more women office workers and top women CEOs, what do men really think about women in the workplace? Shaunti Feldhahn, author of The Male Factor, tells us in this transcript of her interview on the Goldstein on Gelt show.

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