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The archaic system of giving up money today, taking on risk, and hoping to retire is B.S. This podcast seeks to help make you responsible for your money and your future. You are the one who cares more about it than anyone else. I am here to help you and provide the honesty you need. No sugar coating. No false claims. Just straight up truth.
 
The world of finance is made complex by "experts" and big, intimidating buzzwords. Former investment banker Chris Coffman, author of the financial thriller "Crisis Deluxe" is here to simplify the world of international investment banking. If you want to know how the global economy really works behind the scenes, then this show is for you.
 
Banking With Interest, a podcast by IntraFi Network, features in-depth analysis and insight into the policy changes reshaping the banking industry. With insightful interviews and previews of pending policy challenges, the podcast is an essential listen for anyone connected to the financial services industry. Banking With Interest is hosted by Rob Blackwell, an award-winning former journalist with more than two decades of experience as an expert on financial services policy. He is now Chief C ...
 
Gain critical career and life insights from the most inspirational members on Wall Street Oasis. Detailed advice around recruiting, interviewing, networking and "day-in-the-life" segments. Even those who've "made it" usually didn't follow a straight path. Join us to hear of the twists and turns of successful professionals across investment banking, private equity, hedge funds, management consulting, prop trading, asset management and more!
 
Former derivatives trader and now financial planner Adam Walkom is on a mission. That mission is to help de-mystify investment markets and building wealth through successful financial planning and investing. Building wealth and investing are both much more of an art form than a science and have much more to do with human and behavioural psychology than economics. Join Adam as he goes on this journey and interviews fascinating guests who share their deeply-held insights and experiences from y ...
 
The podcast where we try to talk about investment ideas in the same casual way we talk about sports with our acquaintances, work colleagues, friends, and family members. This podcast is brought to you by INFOR Financial Group who is committed to providing innovative, forward-thinking financial advice to all of their clients and customers.
 
This podcast is advocate of financial literacy and generational wealth. If you are interested in financial education tips such as credit repair, stocks & cryptocurrencies, wealth building, and mindset. You will get an opportunity to learn from entrepreneurs who will share their tips and strategies."It is not how much money you make, but how much money you keep, how hard it works for you, and how many generations you keep it for." - Robert Kiyosaki
 
Co-hosted by young entrepreneurs & real estate investors Alex Kamunyo and Marlon Walls, this show provides enlightening financial advice from a fresh and unorthodox perspective every week. We won’t tell you how to “get rich quick” or try to sell you anything; instead we’ll show you how you can SELL ANYTHING EXCEPT YOUR TIME by giving you real strategies that are being utilized by real people that have achieved financial freedom at an early age. If you’re a college student, or recent graduate ...
 
Join Executive Director Rudolf Pretorius and CEO Brendon Jones of Mauritian-based financial services group, Adansonia Holdings, as they delve into the complex world of African investment. From interviews with the movers and shakers to the latest trends and news, Invest Africa is essential listening to anyone looking to realise the potential of the world's second largest continent.
 
"Sizzling Hot Business Advice Guaranteed To Make You Fat...PROFITS!" How do you know if this show is right for you? You own a business or you're in charge of growing it. You're a startup or looking for an exit and improving your profits is priority #1. You love hot new ideas, proven marketing campaigns, expert advice and out of the box thinking almost as much as you love a plate of hot bacon. Brad Costanzo, entrepreneur, business owner, digital marketing consultant, bacon-lover and business ...
 
Now you can properly understand what’s going on in the stock market, the financial industry, and the economy… and also become a smarter investor. MoneyWeek is the UK’s best-selling investment and finance magazine. In these short videos, MoneyWeek’s deputy editor, Tim Bennett, explains a wide variety of investment and finance topics in a clear, simple and engaging way. In some videos Tim covers issues in the news e.g. the state of the banks, what the Chancellor and the Bank of England are doi ...
 
Where did you learn about money? If you were lucky enough, maybe you learnt how to manage money from yours parents. Or you have made it a life-long pursuit … gaining investment advice from professionals, programs or even wealth creation gurus. But what about learning about money from psychologists, behavioural scientists and even environmentalists. Welcome to Financial Therapy, I’m your host Jane Monica-Jones and I am a Financial Therapist. I’m the therapist you go and see, with your bank ac ...
 
Will knowledge of the Next Big Thing make you richer? Is it your opinion that businesses that dominate their fast growing markets, produce the best returns? If so, this podcast is your chance to listen to the entrepreneurs who are carving out exciting new fast-growing market niches. David Bradley or fellow presenters will quiz entrepreneurs to see if their businesses will become or remain the most popular with customers in that market category. And if so, will that category actually grow fas ...
 
Jumping Jack - The Austraian DJ Jumping Jack has been a regular within the Australian dance scene for almost 25 years now. From playing raves as one half of the infamous ‘Flow Motion’ to super slick city clubs, the boy who played his first set at the now defunct Daily Planet Night Club in Sydney back in `91 has firmly cemented himself as a permanent feature of the club circuit. Paul was first drawn into the dance world after going along to one of the huge indoor dance parties that used to be ...
 
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Turkey has once again defied monetary policy orthodoxy by cutting interest rates in a bid to tackle inflation, which is running at around 20%. The results on the country’s currency, the lira, have not been pretty and it has plummeted in value. But what does that mean for the country’s access to capital markets? This is, after all, a sovereign borro…
 
Along the journey to financial freedom, there are several principles that are foundational to achieving it, especially at an early age. On this episode, we each gave 5 of our key principles that we believe have been essential to achieving financial freedom at an early age. If you implement these concepts into your business and life, you'll undoubte…
 
In this session, we catch up with Tarnvir as he has made the successful transfer to Emory from Baruch since we last spoke over the summer. We have a long discussion about diversity programs, summer analyst recruiting and a plan for him as he enters a critical juncture in his Sophomore year. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and Califo…
 
01:00 - A major foreign bank, TransPac, was dealing in bonds with smaller Asian countries, and they did not have enough cash to honor the debts if they were going to be called. 03:49 - The moment you mismatch your assets and liabilities, you are taking a risk. 05:23 - TransPac was buying bonds in smaller countries–in those smaller currencies–but th…
 
The way people did business and went about their work in the capital markets changed almost overnight in early 2020 with the advent of the coronavirus pandemic — and in ways many would have previously thought impossible. Gone were the gruelling roadshows and short haul business trips as deal marketing went online. Gone too was the need to be presen…
 
It's evident what separates the good from the great when you have conversations with the great. After chopping it up with TJ Tijani this episode, it's easy to see how he's found success in everything that he's pursued! TJ found his niche in real estate after reading Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki and has never looked back ever since! Even as …
 
In this episode, EquityTrader shares her path from a Masters degree in France to working in FX Sales in Belgium. We learn why she was so confident quitting, how she ended up in Germany at a French bank working in Asset Secured Financing Sales and finally, what lead to the most jump to work in London as an equity trader over the past three years. Se…
 
"CEO of D.Verse Media Publishing and Distribution Company" In this episode I had the pleasure of recording podcast with former Music Executive Benny Pough who is now CEO of his own company D.Verse Media a Publishing and Distribution Company. You can reach Benny at https://www.bennypough.com/about-2 who will share his experience and thoughts regardi…
 
Eric Berman is the founder/CEO of Brandetize, a full service, performance-based marketing agency that partners with esteemed thought leaders such as Brian Tracy, Jack Canfield, Phil Town, as well as consumer brands such as HeartMath, Aptera, Terasana, Davi Skin, Longbow and more . Additionally, Eric has consulted for venture capitalists and success…
 
Robert Fisher, the CEO of $500 million-asset Tioga State Bank and chairman of the Independent Community Bankers of America, talks about the top concerns facing bankers right now, including staffing shortages and tech upgrades. He also discusses the controversial nomination of a new comptroller of the currency, how ICBA wants to address credit union…
 
Geoff Bamber – CEO of Digme Fitness. I was thrilled to talk to Geoff as his career covers 3 of the main passions of my life – finance, entrepreneurship and fitness. In a former life, Geoff managed a long-short hedge fund then for reasons he explains in this episode, decided to pivot in his career to start a chain of spinning and fitness studios. In…
 
If the COP 26 conference on climate, which concludes this week in Glasgow, has had a consistent theme, it has been trying to agree how much funding the developing world needs from the rich one to combat the most severe consequences of climate change, and how to make sure that funding gets there. In this week’s podcast we examine some of the smart a…
 
One of the most important things to do as an entrepreneur is to realize your strengths and weaknesses in your business. NO ONE is excellent at every aspect of their business, even though they may have the ability to perform every task. On this episode, we discuss addressing how to identify your weak points in your business and how to utilize this s…
 
In this episode, Chris shares his winding path from the University of Miami all the way to his current role as an investment analyst at Titan, a fast growing fintech firm. We cover a lot in this episode: Hear about his role in the back office at a bulge bracket investment bank, Why he was trying to get out before his role even started, How he trans…
 
Subscribe to the podcast wherever you listenIn the third and final episode of this music industry-themed UNAJUA series featuring Yaw Asamani, Yaw takes sets out the pros and pitfalls of music streaming and outlines the potential for smaller artists to enter the orbit of some of the world's biggest musical acts. Yaw reckons that the music industry i…
 
It’s half time in Glasgow at the COP 26 conference where the world has gathered to thrash out the next steps in the fight against climate change. GlobalCapital, which has been reporting from the front lines of ESG finance since the concept’s inception, has boots on the ground at the event (and not on the other side of Scotland, like CNN) while we h…
 
As an entrepreneur, there are 2 ways to set sales goals. You can either set them by: Activity Ex. I want to sell 2 t-shirts/day this month. Or by Revenue Ex. I want to make $2,000 this month. So if each t-shirt costs $25, I need to sell 80 of them this month. On this episode, we discuss why we think one is a better strategy than the other and how t…
 
In this session, Grace shares her experience working at Citi as a summer analyst across two groups. Listen to some important lessons and what her plans are for Junior Year since she already has her Blackstone internship lined up for next summer. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/priva…
 
When life and business aren't going the way you want... OR when things fall apart and you get overwhelmed with mind traps and head trash, it's important that you know how to get recentered and start removing what's not working while reinforcing what is. Today's episizzle is with world renown expert Paul Hoffman. Learn more and claim some free gifts…
 
Buy-Now-Pay-Later has seen explosive growth during the past year, with a new deal announced seemingly every day. What’s behind BNPL’s rapid rise, why are there concerns about it, and is it the next bubble about to burst? Yizhu Wang, the senior fintech reporter at S&P Global Market Intelligence, answers all that and more.…
 
Subscribe to the podcast wherever you listenThe second instalment of this music tech-themed UNAJUA series featuring Yaw Asamani addresses how global streaming platforms aren't necessarily geared towards enabling African artists to cultivate sustainable livelihoods. Yaw also explains how artists might make leverage audience analytics to build and ex…
 
With record amounts of issuance in the equity capital markets, dealers and issuers have become increasingly reliant upon cornerstone investors to ensure their deals get done. A cornerstone investor — one that commits to a large chunk of stock in an IPO before book building begins in exchange for a full allocation of shares — should bring several be…
 
In this wide-ranging and sometimes scary discussion, Suzanne highlights how important planning and preparation are for your legal affairs. We discuss, apart from other things, the inevitables of life – death & taxes. Also: The common misconception that everything just goes to your spouse on your death The enormous benefits of putting in place LPAs …
 
This episode was a very unique one! Instead of one guest, we had 2 POWERHOUSE guests, Brother Ben X and Jake Tayler Jacobs! Through collaboration, these 2 men have built a 7 figure empire through a combination of digital real estate and running their business like a bank with whole life insurance! These 2 both understand the importance of Impact ov…
 
What are NFTs but more important, how can authors, experts, course creators and artists use them to provide unique value add to their audiences. Watch as I interview Jesse Krieger founder of POWERFANS NFT marketplace https://baconwrappedbusiness.com/powerfan as he explains unique and powerful strategies. In the second half we bring in world reknown…
 
"How Anyone Can Build Wealth with Crypto" In this episode I share a recording of Dr.Hans Boateng (The Investing Tutor) from the The Thirty to Life Podcast where he shares his expertise on crypto currency and Bitcoin. Follow me @ thinkgenwealth or email me @ amir.estimo@thinkgenwealth.comBy Amir Estimo
 
Earlier this year, the Biden administration called for a law that requires banks to report aggregate information to the IRS on inflows and outflows to accounts. But banks have been fiercely fighting back against the plan. Ian Katz, a bank policy analyst at Capital Alpha Partners, offers his views on who is likely to win this political battle, as we…
 
In this music tech-themed UNAJUA series, Yaw Asamani taps his live industry experience to explore how African artists are using a plethora of social and technological platforms to find their voices, build audiences and monetise their art. Listen in to learn how the streaming era has ushered in lucrative opportunities for African artists to develop …
 
Will capital markets convert to using blockchain-based systems? Will digital currencies replace conventional ones? These questions have been in the air for a long time, but the uncertainty is fading. Increasingly, it looks like the answer to both will be yes. Two experiments this week bring those prospects nearer. SG’s Forge subsidiary has begun a …
 
While we were in Dallas we got a chance to link up with one of our previous podcast guests from Episode 47, Xavier Miller! Last time he was on the podcast we had a very diverse discussion between him achieving financial freedom through real estate investing and the importance of picking the right spouse! This episode we brought him back to share hi…
 
In this session, Victor shares how his life has changed since starting training at Fidelity in their asset management division. We learn about his upcoming SIE, Series 7 and Series 66 exams, but one major piece of news looms large and may change everything. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art…
 
"Appreciate Your Position While You Plot Your Position" In this episode I share my experience lately with appreciation of my current position, but making plans on my next move. Hopefully this episode inspires you to plot your promotion but appreciate what you have now. Follow me @thinkgenwealth or email me at amir.estimo@thinkgenwealth.com…
 
Subscribe to the podcast wherever you listenChristiaan Steyn is the head of a new South African insuretech startup called MiWay Blink. In the second episode of this two-part conversation, Christiaan lets us in on developing an insuretech startup during a pandemic and building on the success of its incumbent parent company. MiWay Blink was launched …
 
Jo Ann Barefoot, a former regulator and now CEO of the Alliance for Innovative Regulation, discusses her efforts to help banking regulators contend with the rapid tech evolution in the financial services sector. She discusses why she’s optimistic that tech can help banks and their supervisors better manage risks, assist the underbanked, and combat …
 
Subscribe to the podcast wherever you listenIn the fourth and final instalment of this blockchain-themed UNAJUA series with Citi Group's Ronit Ghose, Ronit explores the philosophical basis for backing the centralisation or decentralisation of global finance. He also tackles the notion of tokenisation and how societal consensus regarding the value o…
 
Enjoy the first episode of the four-part mini-series African Creative Business, Today (ACBT) capsule mini-series in a slight change of pace. The ACBT series explores in-trench personal and professional realities at the intersection of creativity, business and technological change.In this podcast, self-titled "professional music enthusiast" and live…
 
Energy suppliers and customers are facing mounting costs thanks to the rocketing price of gas. Heavy demand, particularly from China, combined with low storage in Europe has meant scarcity, which has driven up prices. In the UK, where residential energy customers benefit from a price cap, many smaller energy suppliers have gone out of business find…
 
Understanding how to be a honest banker and the time needed to start a bank or business is super important to the IBC process. If you get this wrong, the whole thing could fall apart. In this episode, I cover what is important to know for the growth and survival of the policy. The Infinite Banking Concept is not just about starting a policy, it's a…
 
This conversation is much needed for anyone that's super eager to leave their 9-5. Remember that everything is a process. If you skip steps, or move too soon, you may put yourself in a bind financially. On this episode of the Podcast, we discussed key ways to identify if you're truly ready to become a full time entrepreneur or not. Have you leverag…
 
"5 Simple Steps To Start Family Banking" Todays episode I share 5 simple steps to start your family banking. This is a powerful strategy that can be implemented today. This requires Collaboration, Communication, and Education. You can follow me on Instagram @thinkgenwealth or email me amir.estimo@thinkgenwealth.com…
 
Wade Arnold, founder and CEO of Moov Financial, talks about how his startup is tackling one of the fundamental parts of banking—making it easier for businesses to accept, store and disburse money. He also discusses the massive changes under way in the payment system, including the impact of real-time transactions and the rise of cryptocurrency, as …
 
Christiaan Steyn is the head of a new South African insuretech startup called MiWay Blink. In the first episode of this two-part conversation, Christiaan reflects on how the COVID pandemic has delivered growth challenges and opportunities for insurance startups and incumbents alike.MiWay Blink was launched in Johannesburg, South Africa, during the …
 
01:12 - Inflation is the sickness of money. Money is worth less over time, because there's more of it in the marketplace. 05:12 - World War 1 was funded by taxation, borrowing (war bonds), and the printing of new money. 09:12 - Money is no longer stable in the economy, and has not been since the creation of fiat currency. Fiat meaning the currency …
 
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