Douglas Goldstein ~ Goldstein on Gelt
Doug Goldstein hosts a weekly one-hour financial radio show, “Goldstein on Gelt”
Monday Afternoons, 12 Noon to 1 p.m. Eastern
GUEST #1: Ron Lieber, Teaching Kids About Money
GUEST #2: Professor Kenneth Arrow, Social Choice Theory
64: Teaching kids about money, and what is social choice theory?
90: How to teach your kids about money, and how social choice theory affects our lives
Long: When is the best time to teach your kids about money, and how do you do it? On this weeks show, Doug meets Ron Lieber, a columnist for The New York Times. In 2011, Ron won the Loeb award, a prestigious honor in the world of business journalism, in the category of personal finance. Ron is also the author of Taking Time Off: Inspiring Stories of Students Who Enjoyed Successful Breaks from College and How You Can Plan Your Own and Upstart Start-Ups. He is also writing a book for Harper Collins called The Opposite Of Spoiled, about teaching young people money management.
In the second half of the show, Doug meets Professor Kenneth Arrow, who at the age of 51 was the youngest person to win the Nobel Prize for Economics in 1972. Stanford Professor Arrow shares the social choice theory and how it affects our lives today. Dont miss out on hearing this interview on the Goldstein on Gelt show this week.
GUEST #1: Dr. Jeff Cornwall, The Entrepreneurial Mind
GUEST #2: Michael Norton, How To Buy Happiness
32: Business minds, and money
64: The entrepreneurial mind, and does money make you happy?
90: The mindset of an entrepreneur, and can money bring you true happiness?
Long: On this weeks Goldstein on Gelt show, Doug meets Dr. Jeff Cornwall, Professor of Entrepreneurship at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee. Dr. Cornwall was recently named the National Entrepreneurship Educator of the Year by the United States Association of Small Business and Entrepreneurship, and he is the author of the blog, The Entrepreneurial Mind, as well as eight books and numerous articles. Dr. Cornwall tells Doug what it takes to open and run a small business today. Find out more by tuning into the Goldstein on Gelt show.
In the second part of this weeks show, Michael Norton, Associate Professor at Harvard Business School and the coauthor of the new book, Happy Money: The Science of Smarter Spending, answers the question of whether having money brings happiness. Listen to this interview to find out whether wealth really is the key to joy and serenity and which kinds of spending people enjoy the most.
GUEST #1: James Owen Weatherall, The Physics Of Wall Street
GUEST #2: Thom Ruhe, Recommendation For Young Entrepreneurs
32: Logic and business
64: Finance and physics, and young entrepreneurs
90: The laws of physics and how young entrepreneurs can be successful
Long: Can the laws of physics also be applied to finance? On this weeks show, Doug interviews James Owen Weatherall, assistant professor of logic and the philosophy of science at the University of California in Irvine, and the author of The Physics of Wall Street. Find out the science of money by listening to this weeks episode of the Goldstein on Gelt show.
In the second part of the show, meet Thom Ruhe, vice president of Entrepreneurship at the Kauffman Foundation. Thom talks about what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur and the various chances out there for businesspeople who are just starting out in the field. What are the risks and benefits of entrepreneurship in todays financial world? Tune into this interview to find out more.
GUEST #1: David Leonhardt, Here's The Deal
GUEST #2: Andrew R. Wilson, Why Strategy Matters
32: The U.S. and strategy today
64: Solving Americas problems, and why strategy matters
90: America, its economics, and why the strategies of history are still important today
Long: Can Americas economic problems be solved? Is there an end to the deficit, and is the U.S. economy really that bad? On the first part of the Goldstein on Gelt show, Doug meets David Leonhardt, Washington bureau chief of The New York Times and author of Heres the Deal: How Washington Can Solve the Deficit and Spur Growth. Find out about Washingtons deficit problem and some possible solutions to Americas economic difficulties by listening to this weeks episode of the Goldstein on Gelt show.
In the second part of the show, find out why strategy matters. Why is it important to study the strategies of history and the ancient art of war today? How much has military strategy changed over the years? Andrew R. Wilson, Professor of Strategy and Policy at the United States Naval War College, and prolific author on the subject of Chinese military history, explains why the lessons of history are so important today.
GUEST #1: Penny Sansevieri, Red Hot Internet Publicity
GUEST #2: Jay Shultz, Opportunities for Americans Who Move to Israel
32: Books today, and fun in Tel Aviv
64: How to publish your book, and the Tel Aviv social scene
90: Publishing your book on line and off, and what Tel Aviv offers to young olim
Long: On this weeks Goldstein on Gelt show, get the lowdown on Internet publishing how to get your book out there and make money online. Penny Sansevieri, founder and head of Author Marketing Experts, returns to the show to give some more red hot internet publicity advice after the reissue of her e-book of the same name. Whether youre a budding author or not, dont miss this interesting interview,
In the second half of the show, meet Jay Shultz, president of the Am Yisrael organization and head of seven non-profit organizations serving the international community in Tel Aviv. What opportunities does Tel Aviv offer to immigrants from English-speaking countries and others planning to settle in Israel? Tune into this weeks show to find out!
GUEST #1: Jim Rogers, Hot Commodities: How Anyone Can Invest Profitably in the World's Best Market
GUEST #2: Jeremy Hess, The Reasons Why The Shekel Is Soaring Now1*7pmGoG77
Hot commodities and forex rates
Why invest in commodities? And how to move your money abroad
How well do you know your investments? And how can you transfer foreign money painlessly?
In the first half of the Goldstein on Gelt show, Doug meets Jim Rogers, the author of Street Smarts Adventures on the Road and in the Markets. Jim is also an author, investment expert, and financial commentator who has appeared in various publications, including Time, The Washington Post, The New York Times, Forbes, Fortune, and more. Jim tells Doug about investing in commodities and why it is advantageous to invest in what you know. Find out more by listening to this interesting interview on the Goldstein on Gelt show.
And what do you know about foreign exchange rates and how to move money from one country to another? And what is the situation with the Israeli shekel today? Are the rates an indication of the state of the economy? In the second half of Goldstein on Gelt, Doug speaks to Jeremy Hess, marketing and business development manager at IsraTransfer. Hear more about how you can transfer your money and what the future may hold for the shekel by tuning into this weeks show.
GUEST #1: Michael K. Salemi, Everything You Should Know About Money and Banking
GUEST #2: Alana Newhouse, Tablet New Read on Jewish Life
Money, banks, and writing
How the banking situation affects you, and on Jewish writing
Banks, equity, debt, and you, and how to start your own Jewish magazine
Doug meets Michael K. Salemi, professor emeritus at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. His many writings include Money, Banking, and Financial Markets: What Everyone Should Know. So what do you need to know about your finances and the world of banking? Find out by listening to this weeks show.
In part 2 of Goldstein on Gelt, Doug speaks to Alana Newhouse, who has extensive experience in the world of American Jewish journalism, having worked as culture editor at the Forward before moving over in 2008 to Nextbook, which was eventually relaunched as Tablet Magazine. Alana tells Doug about how the Internet has become a valuable tool for spreading Jewish news. Tune into this weeks show to discover more about the growing and developing field of Jewish news.
GUEST #1: Doug Shadel, Confessions of a con artist
GUEST #2: Jerry Muller, Capitalism And The Jews
32: All about scams, and capitalism
64: Conning the elderly, and Jews and the business world
90: Why do old people get conned? And the connection between capitalism and the Jews
Long: On this weeks Goldstein on Gelt show, Doug meets Doug Shadel, senior director of Washingtons AARP and a leading expert on fraud and the elderly. Why are senior citizens such easy prey for heartless fraudsters? And what are the most typical cons out there? Find out how to protect yourself and the people you love from scams and cons by listening to this weeks show.
In the second part of the show, Professor Jerry Z. Muller, professor of history at the Catholic University of America, talks about his new book, Capitalism and the Jews. Is there really a connection between Jewish thought and capitalism? And what is the economic history of the Jews who, in medieval times, were only allowed to work in certain professions? Discover more about this interesting subject in the second part of this weeks Goldstein on Gelt show.
GUEST #1: Richard Wilson, Hedge Funds- Every Thing You Always Wanted To Know
GUEST #2: Meir Nissensohn, The impact of IBM on the Israeli Hi Tech Industry
All about hedge funds and IBM
What you need to know about hedge funds, and investing in Israel
All you need to know about hedge funds, and the history of IBM in Israel
What is a hedge fund, and is it worth investing in one? What is the difference between a hedge fund and a mutual fund? On this weeks show, Richard Wilson, founder of the Family Offices Group, president of Richard Wilson Capital Partners, and author of The Hedge Fund Book: A Training Manual for Professionals and Capital-Raising Executives and The Family Office Book: Investing Capital for the Ultra-Affluent, answers these questions and more. Find out whether hedge funds and using a family office is for you by listening to this fascinating interview in the first part of the Goldstein on Gelt show.
In the second part of Goldstein on Gelt, Doug interviews Meir Nissensohn, former general manager of IBM in Israel. Mr. Nissensohn explains why IBM came to Israel , what investment opportunities Israel offers to large, multinational companies, and what these companies can give to Israel in return. Also find out why Israel has so many startup companies on this weeks show.
April 15, 2013
GUEST #1: Eric Siegel, Title of segment: Predictive Analytics
GUEST #2: Charles Duhigg, Title of segment: The Power Of Habit
32: Powers of prediction and habit
64: What is data mining, and how our habits affect us in daily life
90: All about prediction and data mining, and how much do our habits influence us?
Long: On this weeks Goldstein on Gelt show, Doug meets two very interesting guests.
In the first half of the show, Eric Siegel, author of Predictive Analytics: The Power to Predict Who Will Click, Buy, Lie, or Die, talks about data mining and predictive analysis. What do these terms mean, and how accurate are they in determining peoples behavior? Find out how data mining affects marketing and customer profiling, as well as daily life, by listening to this weeks show.
In Part II, Doug interviews Charles Duhigg, a staff writer at The New York Times and author of The Power of Habit. How do habits affect human behavior? And what is the difference between innate personality and habits? For the answers to these questions and more, tune into this weeks episode of The Goldstein on Gelt Show.
Goldstein on Gelt Doug Goldstein’s Goldstein on Gelt podcast is an international investment show with a dynamic group of guests. These include Nobel Prize winners, best-selling authors, Israeli corporate chiefs, lawyers and accountants. Israeli business news and currency updates are featured as well. Goldstein on Gelt air every Monday from 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm Israel time on Israel National Radio.
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