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A personal finance and investing podcast on money, how it works, how to invest it and how to live without worrying about it. J. David Stein is a former Chief Investment Strategist and money manager. For close to two decades, he has been teaching individuals and institutions how to invest and handle their finances in ways that are simple to understand. More info at moneyfortherestofus.com
 
Save more and spend less is more than just a motto for money expert Clark Howard; it’s a way of life. Clark and his crew — Team Clark — are on a mission to empower people to take control of their personal finances by providing money-saving tips, consumer advice, hot deals and economic news to help everyone achieve financial freedom. Clark is a nationally syndicated radio talk show host and a consumer reporter for television stations around the country. His podcast, The Clark Howard Show, rec ...
 
Daves Corner Garage is your weekly car-care radio show, hosted by neighbourhood mechanic Dave Redinger and Alan Gelman. With decades of hands-on experience, Dave and Alan answer your questions, and present fascinating guests ranging from racing drivers to insurance agents, police spokespersons, car industry executives and critics. Get improved mileage and a Saturday morning smile too. Every Saturday from 10-11am on Zoomer Radio
 
Dan David is a Freedom of Speech activist in the global financial markets and the founder of Wolfpack Research, a short-biased activist research firm. He is considered an expert on China‘s markets and security and has presented at prestigious think-tanks and conferences such as the Center for Strategic International Studies (CSIS), Ergo - Global Flashpoint, and the Sohn Investment Conference. Dan is featured as the lead protagonist in a ground-breaking documentary, ”The China Hustle,” which ...
 
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MOMGUL is 15-minute weekly podcast that makes MOMS into MOGULS. Want a house like Joanna? Money like Suze? And body like JLO? Yeah us too. But after work and the marathon of getting kids to bed, we are open mouth drooling on the pillow before 8pm. So, how do we turn all of that exhaustion into ambition? Our hosts, Raquel Kelley & Kristen Schneider, met as Producers at E! Entertainment and are now both moms whose children make the chaos of the TV industry look like a cake walk. Every Monday, ...
 
The Solomon Success podcast is dedicated to the timeless wisdom of King Solomon and the Book of Proverbs in order to maximize one’s business and life. To our advantage, we can find King Solomon’s financial strategies in addition to many life philosophies documented in biblical scriptures. Focusing on these enduring fundamentals of success allows us to bypass the “get-rich-quick” schemes that cause many to stumble on their journey toward success. Our concern is not only spiritual in nature, b ...
 
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Antonio Horta-Osorio has resigned as chairman of Credit Suisse following Covid breaches. The departure comes on the heels of a string of scandals for the beleaguered bank, and we get the background from the founder of the Swiss financial news website finews.ch, Claude Bauman. Also in the programme, according the latest official figures, Chinese eco…
 
Debts accumulated by construction companies, like Evergrande, are undermining the economy and the days of China enjoying expansion of double digits are expected to be over. Plus we look ahead to the World Economic Forum, which wiull open with an address from Chinese President Xi Jinping. Also we have an extended analysis of Turkey's economy, which …
 
Both Jim Smyth (First Stop Mortgages & Protection) & Martin Lightbowne (OnPoint Financial) are using the Spectrum Advice Network White Label Wealth Management (check last week's interview with Paul Brown from Spectrum).Find out what they really think - Spoiler Alert it's very positive.By Jim Smyth, Martin Lightbowne, Alex Curtis
 
Here's your MOMGUL breakdown: 5 minutes Physical – Zarina Del, Holistic Beauty & Face Yoga Specialist and Manisha Morgan, Certified Evidence-Based Nutritionist are back to share the benefits of Face Yoga AND why we all need this type of Namaste in our lives! Connect with Zarina & Manisha: -The Face and Body Academy (FAB) -Sign up for their 12 Week …
 
This week The Pack is joined by is author Evan Hughes. (@evanhughes on TWITTER) We dig into Evans's latest creation, talk about some really evil people and some people who got screwed the least of which are the people who Insys Therapeutics killed. It's drugs, death, and strippers. Evan has written for The New York Times Magazine, GQ, New York, The…
 
It’s Friday! Clark Stinks day -Christa shares Clark Stinks posts with Clark. Submit yours at Clark.com/ClarkStinks. Also, this tax year will be a bit different for 2021 filings, with a special warning from the IRS. Clark shares a smart tax refund strategy, plus the outlook on inflation. Clark Stinks: Segments 1 & 2 Tax Season Strategy & Inflation: …
 
French energy firm EDF has been ordered by the government to sell cheap nuclear power. The company says the move could cost it $9.5bn, and at one point today its shares declined by 25% on the news. We get the background from Thierry Bros who is a professor at the Paris Institute of Political Studies, and used to advise the government on energy matt…
 
There are numerous benefits of playing slot machines online. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced player, you know that playing slot machines can be very easy and fun to do. Playing slots online is a great way to practice. Most professional slot players generally advise the newbies to first practice on the internet before going to the casin…
 
Representatives of the Indian and British governments have held a first day of talks over a free trade deal, potentially worth billions of dollars. The UK’s Secretary of State for International Trade, Anne-Marie Trevelyan, told us that the proposed agreement will bring growth opportunities to British businesses. Plus, a dispute over lithium mining …
 
Verizon trades in customer data - apps, browsing etc. to sell for profit. Clark breaks down the opt-out, and suggests a cheaper way to be on Verizon’s network. // Now is the worst time to buy a car since 1946. Clark shares his best advice and the vehicle market outlook. Ask Clark topics include: How to avoid becoming the victim of credit card fraud…
 
Volkswagen China has closed two plants in Tianjin as a result of Covid outbreaks. James Mayger is with Bloomberg News in Beijing, and assesses the impact of China's zero Covid approach on global supply chains. Also in the programme, Twitter is freely available in Nigeria for the first time in seven months. The BBC's Chris Ewokor in Abuja tells us w…
 
The US annual inflation rate rose to 7% in December, a figure not seen since 1982. Jayne Schaber lives in New York state and tells us about her experiences when out shopping, and we get a historical perspective on the latest figures from Professor Jason Furman of Harvard University, who was the top economic adviser to the White House during the eig…
 
More companies are offering the Roth 401(k). What you need to know about this retirement savings option. // Crooks are using Apple AirTags to track people and cars. There IS a solid way to protect yourself… Ask Clark topics include: Required Minimum Distributions: How To Calculate, Rules / How To Open a Roth IRA / AAA Membership: Is It Worth It? \\…
 
Small and mid-cap stocks have underperformed large-cap stocks for over a decade. Is now the time to increase your allocation? Topics covered include: How big are small and mid-cap stocks How have small and mid-cap stocks performed relative to large-cap stocks How have active small and mid-cap managers performed relative to indexing options Are bigg…
 
The US annual inflation rate rose to 7% in December, a figure not seen since 1982. Jayne Schaber lives in New York state and tells us about her experiences when out shopping, and we get a historical perspective on the latest figures from Professor Peter Morici of the Robert H Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland. Also in the progr…
 
We remain in short supply of housing units, both apartments and single family homes, while housing costs continue to rise. Clark discusses how we got here and the affordable solutions out there, in need of wider adoption. // Clark explains having life insurance from work vs buying your own policy, plus direction on shopping and purchasing life insu…
 
Companies are increasingly mandating Covid-19 vaccines for staff. Ikea has cut sick pay for unvaccinated workers who must self-isolate in the UK. It's the latest in a string of companies making life difficult for the unvaccinated, and we assess the legal picture around such moves with Richard Fox, who's an employment lawyer with the UK law firm Kin…
 
The “No Surprises Act” consumer protection law is now in effect. Clark explains new consumer rights surrounding out of network medical charges, with guidance for the insured and uninsured. // The U.S. labor shortage: Clark has new stats that shed light on what’s really going on with the American workforce. Ask Clark topics include: Free File: Do yo…
 
President Rajapaksa of Sri Lanka has asked China to restructure its debt repayments. Deshal de Mel is an economist at Verite Research, and tells us how Sri Lanka built up more than $5bn in loans from China for roads, ports and an airport over the past decade. Also in the programme, the Norwegian fertiliser giant Yara International will stop buying …
 
A rise in kidnappings and ransoms of sailors in the Gulf of Guinea prompts call for an international response to combat sea piracy. Plus we talk inflation with economist Michael Hughes and hear from the BBC's James Copnall in Cameroon as the first matches of the delayed Africa Cup of Nations 2021 kick off.…
 
Ready to jump into the new year with us!! MOMGUL is officially back with ALL NEW Experts. Here's your MOMGUL breakdown: 5 minutes Physical – Meet Zarina Del, Holistic Beauty & Face Yoga Specialist all the way from Australia AND Manisha Morgan, Certified Evidence-Based Nutritionist joining us all the way from the UK. This month they are going to emp…
 
The US economy added just 199,000 jobs in December but unemployment also fell to 3.9%. The BBC's Michelle Fleury in New York tells us that the figures fell short of what economists had forecasted, and Wall Street analyst Chris Low from FHN Financial tells us how the markets have reacted. Plus, are hydrogen-powered flying cars poised to revolutionis…
 
Christa shares Clark Stinks posts with Clark. Submit yours at Clark.com/ClarkStinks. / Nearly half of us have no money for an unexpected emergency. Clark presents a road map for setting a new path for saving money, including variable weekly saving goals. Clark’s money saving challenge to you, should you choose to accept it! Clark Stinks and Ask Cla…
 
The US economy added just 199,000 jobs in December but unemployment also fell to 3.9%. Ken Rogoff is a former chief economist at the International Monetary Fund, and currently professor of economics at Harvard University, and explains what the figures actually mean. Also in the programme, France's President Macron and European Commission President …
 
India has approved the use of a patent-free Covid-19 vaccine, which was developed at Baylor College of Medicine in the US. We speak to Maria Elena Bottazzi, who tell us her team developed Corbevax with the aim of expanding access to essential healthcare for people in poorer countries. Plus, the United Nations says food prices increased by 28% in 20…
 
How crypto savings accounts work and why they’re risky business. Learn the Clark smart perspective on the current crypto environment. // Clark updates long-standing advice on how to avoid getting ripped off on cremation and burials. In the funeral industry, national chains have absorbed the independents, challenging prior memorial society group neg…
 
As Kazakh forces kill dozens of protesters we examine the economic roots of the conflict. Lilit Gevorgyan is an expert on the former Soviet republics at the research company IHS, and explains how Kazakhstan's economy actually works. Also in the programme, a group of investors are pressuring global vaccine manufacturers to do more to get Covid vacci…
 
Turnout has been lower than usual at the CES 2022 tech fair in Las Vegas, with attendees able to physically attend after a virtual-only event last year. The BBC’s James Clayton tells us what the mood is like at the event, while attendee Mark Gooday of Ashdown Engineering tells us what his business is getting out of being there. Plus, airlines are s…
 
Clark describes what Long-Term Care policies cover, how they work, when and what to buy and the hybrid policy difference. // As a Prostate Cancer Foundation board member, Clark shares insights into cancer research in general and the upcoming era of “precision medicine” - plus advocacy and research guidance for those with terminal loved ones. Ask Cl…
 
French lawmakers are debating making proof of vaccination required to enter public venues. Previously a recent negative test has been an acceptable alternative, and we get reaction to the proposal from Oliver Woodhead, who owns Paris restaurant l'Entente, and would have to ensure his customers are vaccinated if the new rule is adopted. And we get a…
 
Exchange databases encounter frequent problems such as database corruption, failures, physical or logical corruptions, database mounting issues, jet error issues. In all the scenarios there is one lifesaving tool known as EdbMails EDB to PST converter tool to solve Exchange database corruptions. This is a quick, full-featured application that can r…
 
After a 90-year run at the top, GM slipped behind Toyota in terms of car sales in the US in 2021. Paul Eisenstein from TheDetroitBureau.com tells us what caused the swing. Plus, reaction to Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes being found guilty on several counts of fraud. LA Times columnist Michael Hiltzik tells us why he thinks more investors will f…
 
Mary Beth Franklin is a Certified Financial Planner, financial journalist, podcaster, and author of the book “Maximizing Social Security Retirement Benefits” - joining Clark to discuss when best to claim benefits, the solvency of the program and what younger workers can expect from Social Security in the future. Investmentnews.com-MaryBethFranklin …
 
As Apple briefly becomes the world's first $3tn company we ask what is behind its success. Dan Ives is senior equity analyst at Wedbush Securities, and tells us what the iPhone maker's chief executive Tim Cook has got right since taking over from Steve Jobs in 2011. Also in the programme, electric car maker Tesla has come under fire for opening a s…
 
A third of road deaths are associated with drunk driving. There’s new technology that may stop drunk driving in its tracks. // Are you nervous to open your credit card statements this month? If so, you’re not alone. Clarks tells how the pandemic has reshaped saving and spending, and suggests a debt resolution for 2022. Ask Clark topics include: Gif…
 
President Trump once described America's infrastructure as "crumbling," it's perhaps why after much wrangling, the US Congress finally approved the trillion dollar bi-partisan infrastructure bill. But what can it achieve? And is it good value for money?We'll criss-cross the United States hearing from projects hoping cash from the bill will make the…
 
Our love for cocktails has surged during the pandemic. Nisha Patel speaks to mixologists and bar owners from all over the world to find out what's inspiring them and what concoctions we may see across global bar menus. Hanky Panky bar in Mexico meant everyone went back to the books and emerging are pairings inspired by cookboooks. Two Schmucks in B…
 
Germany has closed three nuclear power plants as part of the govenment's plan to entirely phase out nuclear energy by the end of 2022. Can renewables pick up the slack or will coal-fire plants be needed in their absence? Jakob Schlandt, Editor-in-Chief of the climate team at the Berlin newspaper Der Tagesspiegel, gives us his view. Conservationist …
 
Chinese ride-hailing app Didi Global has seen losses deepen after a crackdown by Beijing. The Chinese government ordered online stores not to offer the company's app earlier this year, and Duncan Clark, chairman of the advisory firm BDA China explains the background to Didi's woes. Also in the programme, Argentina is in talks with the International…
 
Hong Kong's Stand News is to shut after a police raid and the arrest of senior staff. It was one of the few remaining media outlets that support democracy in the territory, and the BBC's Andrew Wood in Hong Kong explains the background and the potential impact on the business climate there. Also in the programme, vinyl music sales in the UK have hi…
 
Omicron is having an impact on the global workforce. To try and tackle the problem in the US, health authorities have halved the recommended isolation period for people who test positive for Covid-19, but don't exhibit symptoms. Joshua Hausman of the University of Michigan recently wrote an article for the Atlantic about the wider impact of the pan…
 
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