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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.

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
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.

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
5 years ago
The Need for More Women in Leadership Positions

Even though there are more women in the workplace than there ever were before, there are still relatively few women in business leadership positions. Why is this happening? In this transcript, we find out why.

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
How to Finance Now Your Retirement Savings Plan

The key to a successful retirement is creating a successful retirement savings plan. Do not rely on the government to support you - we all need a good pension fund. So make your financial review now and ask a money saving expert for advice.

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
4 years ago
Learn Chinese If You Want to Get Rich. Here's Why.

But studies show that the way you perceive the future affects how you save money. Language helps shape our perception of the world, and certain languages have more extensive fiscal vocabulary. What language should you learn to help you save money? 

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
5 years ago
How to Avoid the Pitfalls of the Average Return

What are average investment returns, and when planning your financial future are they any good for you? In fact, in terms of investing, "average" does not necessarily mean "good," and you need to take this into account when you are building your financial planning strategy. Look at the whole picture before you make any major decisions

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
5 years ago
Planning Your Retirement Doesn't Need to be Scary

Don't be afraid of the "R" word. If you use the best retirement planning techniques, you can actually look forward to your golden years. Make sure to save over the years and build up some private pension plans, and you and yours will be fine during your old age.

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
5 years ago
Investments and the Price of Fear

How much of our financial behavior is governed by fear? How much of our decisions are fueled by emotion and how much by logic? Read the transcript of this interview with Professor Hersh Shefrin, an expert in behavioral finance 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
You Can't Take it With You - Making Money to Give it Away

We don't only make money in order to get rich. We also want to help others who are less fortunate than ourselves. Strategic philanthropy, where we can help others, is just as important as business techniques. Learn to give as well as to earn.

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
5 years ago
Why a Tax Haven is Not the Safest Place

The concept of a tax haven is very famous. Many businesspeople search for the best tax haven in order to avoid paying high taxes in their home countries. However, this is not necessarily the most honest or safest solution.

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
Risk Tolerance and The Art of Tactical Asset Allocation

When you consider your investment dividends, are you afraid of financial risk? Logically, the best approach for maximizing a return on investment is to create a diversified portfolio, but many of us are deterred by our fear of market risk, making us seek our profits only in places where there is the least investment risk, even if this means getting a lower return.

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
29 Things You Need to Know to Plan Your Retirement So You're Not Just Relying on Selling Your Old 14K Gold College Ring

Words of wisdom for retirement including an extensive list of things you need to prepare for a financial plan.

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
5 years ago
Three Things You Need to Know About the Best Place to Retire in the World

Are you looking for the best place to retire in the world? If so, you might be surprised to find that you can actually fulfill your best wishes for retirement in your own backyard.

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
5 years ago
Life as a Woman Entrepreneur

How easy is it to start off as a small business owner? Find out from this transcript from a interview between Doug Goldstein and Penina First, CEO of Swifto, a successful entrepreneur.

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