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Valuing diversity, inclusion in the marketplace

Damian Smith, Chief Diversity Officer at Societe Generale, talks with Chip Barnett about diversity and inclusion in the financial marketplace. He discusses social and cultural change and the added value of having diverse viewpoints in the workplace.

109: Redefine your Game Day Tailgating with Tailgate Guys 🎪

Tailgate Guys | Parker Duffey is the President and CEO of Tailgate Guys. Parker began laying the groundwork for his business venture at the age of 23. He joined forces with business partner Michael Otwell and launched Tailgate Guys in 2009. Tailgate Guys built its model as a reserved, turnkey tailgate system and quickly evolved into...Please Support Our Episode Sponsors:Fundrise is the first investment platform to create a simple, low-cost way for anyone to access real...

After Hours S01 E03: $CLF buys and sells stock, Buffett Buy Bloomberg, and $10 Trillion with a "T" of US Corporate Debt

Value: After Hours is a podcast about value investing, Fintwit, and all things finance and investment. About Jake: Jake is a partner at Farnam Street. Jake's website: Jake's podcast: Jake's Twitter: Jake's book: The Rebel Allocator About Bill: Bill runs Sullimar Capital Group, a family investment firm. Bill's website: Bill's Twitter: @BillBrewsterSCG ABOUT THE PODCAST Hi, I'm Tobias Carlisle. I launched The Acquirers Podcast to discuss the process of finding undervalued...

IFB130: A Biotech Value Trap?

Announcer:                        00:00                     You’re tuned in to the Investing for Beginners podcast. Finally, step by step premium investment guidance for beginners led by Andrew Sather and Dave Ahern. To decode industry jargon, silence crippling confusion, and help you overcome emotions by looking at the number, your path to financial freedom starts...

Too many Americans are getting debt for Christmas

Several recent surveys found that a significant number of Americans don’t just feel the pressure to buy more, they also end up overspending during the holidays. Today, we do the numbers on who’s going into debt this season and why, along with some tips to avoid spending more than you can afford. Plus: What you need to know from the last Fed meeting of the year and the big tech regulation that’s a sticking point in the USMCA.

What, exactly, do I want for myself?

One of the main reasons why people find themselves stuck in a dead-end job and unfulfilling life is that they have not taken the time to ask, ‘What, exactly, do I want for myself.’ Here to discuss this issue is the multi-company CEO, real estate investor, and contributing author to Jack Canfield’s book Success Formula, Anne Marie Smith.  After a difficult separation with her ex-husband, Anne Marie Smith found herself broke and living with a family member about 22...

#192 - Tim Hayes - The Base Case Is We’re Still In The Same Secular Bull Market That We’ve Been In Since 2009

In episode 192 we welcome our guest, Tim Hayes. Tim and Meb kick off the conversation with an overview of the data driven Ned Davis research process and how the team gains an understanding of what is going on the market. Meb then asks Tim to expand on his current thoughts on the market. Tim covers the potential tactical opportunity in the market and the base case for the US stock market, that it’s in the same secular bull market it’s been in since 2009. He also notes...

108: A Family Business built through a Logistics Company 🚚...... 5 Logistics

5 Logistics | Tyler Walton is the President of 5 Logistics, which provides services for B2B fulfillment, B2C E-commerce fulfillment, packaging, assembly, cross-dock, container services, local trucking, and managed transportation. The companies fulfillment specialties include...  Please Support Our Episode Sponsors:Fundrise is the first investment platform to create a simple, low-cost way for anyone to access real estate's historically consistent, exceptional returns. For...

#72: Jeremy Raper | Credit-Based Equity Investing | Japanese Stocks | Shinoken | Gan | Nio

Summary   In this episode of The Intelligent Investing Podcast, Eric Schleien and Jeremy Raper sit down to discuss everything from Jeremy's personal growth into a 'credit-based equity investor' to specific long (Shinoken, Gan) and short (Nio) ideas and how he generates ideas like these.   Discussion of investment philosophy - Pursue a methodology I term 'credit-based equity investing, or 'thinking like a creditor but applied to stocks' - It means using the skeptical,...

How Short-Term Stock Trading Helped This Woman Ditch Her 9-to-5 Job

Tela Holcomb, is a self-described "mom, wife, six-figure stocks and options trader, 9 to 5 survivor, risk taker and freedom catcher." But she wasn't always a stock trading wiz. It wasn't until Tela lost her job in 2012 that she decided to dive into learning all she could about the stock market. Today, Tela supports herself on income she earns from a combination of short-term stock trading and long-term investing and saving, as well as income earned from teaching online...

Ep 191: The Negotiating Skills You Learn In A Brothel (And Other Wisdom From An Economist) 

What do the legal sex trade, the surfing world, gambling, and horse trading all have in common? They’re some of the unlikely places economist Allison Schrager has spent years studying risk, and we were blown away by the insight she shares with us this week on risk management and negotiating. Allison, who is also the co-founder of risk advisory firm LifeCycle Finance Partners, gained some of her more interesting takeaways when researching her book, “An Economist Walks...

Direct Listings, Myths and Facts

with @stacey_cunning barrymccarthy @smc90 Another route to the public markets is the direct listing, recently reinvented for tech companies (with Spotify and Slack so far). This episode of the a16z Podcast brings together two experts from the frontlines -- the architect of the direct listings in their current form, the CFO of Spotify; and president of the NYSE, where they were listed -- in conversation with Sonal Chokshi to share more about the what, the how, and the why...

MBA1415 Q&A Wednesday: How do I find a great business coach?

The first sign that you’re really serious about moving your business forward? You’re ready to hire a coach. A successful entrepreneur is two things: brave enough to try on their own, and smart enough to know their limits. The ones who make it know when to get help, when to invest in the experience and skills of others rather than trying to do everything themselves. Whether it’s an employee or a coach, no entrepreneur is an island. When you hit a plateau, it’s...

Time to act on NYCHA

Moses Gates, Regional Plan Association vice president for housing and neighborhood planning, talks about its recent report on fixing problems at the New York City Housing Authority. Paul Burton hosts.

107: The All-You-Can-Fly Subscription Model created by Surf Airlines ✈

Surf Air | Wade Eyerly is the Founder and CEO of the Education Insurance Corporation, which aims to insure that a student’s investment in college education pays off with a better salary after graduation. Wade is also an inventor of the subscription aviation model, CEO, and founder of both Surf Air and Beacon. He has been a part of... Please Support Our Episode Sponsors:Fundrise is the first investment platform to create a simple, low-cost way for anyone to access real...

33: How to Generate Business No Matter the Product or Service with Pat Fenton

Having trouble generating business in your business? Having difficulty converting sales? CEO, mentor, coach, and marketing expert Pat Fenton is here to talk about the principles of attracting—and converting—customers to your business. No matter what you offer, whether it’s a product or a service, the principles for getting business are the same. Pat shares actionable steps on how to generate business, how to influence people to contact you, how to grow by expanding...

75: The Only Wrong Move Is No Move

Tired of waiting for the right opportunity to fall in your lap? I say you’ve got to be the one to make the next move. Today I talk with two entrepreneurs who are dreaming big and ready to take charge. So what’s next? Listen in. Got a question for me? Call me at 888-BARBARA or tweet me @barbaracorcoran and I just might answer on a future episode - or even call you up to discuss live. Subscribe to Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or...