22 episodes

We are simplifying finance for the next generation! Every episode involves a discussion with the host Rohan Gupta, a regular teen and student who loves finance and has a passion to teach it, around simplifying a topic in finance for others to gain a better understanding of it. This podcast is mainly meant for high school and college students, but anyone can tune and learn finance in the most relatable, understandable, and simplified way!

We are the first and only student-run and student-focused podcast centered on financial education! This is the official podcast for StreetFins.

Finance Simplified StreetFins

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We are simplifying finance for the next generation! Every episode involves a discussion with the host Rohan Gupta, a regular teen and student who loves finance and has a passion to teach it, around simplifying a topic in finance for others to gain a better understanding of it. This podcast is mainly meant for high school and college students, but anyone can tune and learn finance in the most relatable, understandable, and simplified way!

We are the first and only student-run and student-focused podcast centered on financial education! This is the official podcast for StreetFins.

    EP 20 — Simplifying Quantitative Finance Part 2 with Aaron Brown, formerly of AQR Capital Management

    EP 20 — Simplifying Quantitative Finance Part 2 with Aaron Brown, formerly of AQR Capital Management

    In this episode, my co-host Alex Patel and I continue our conversation with Aaron Brown, the former Chief Risk Manager at AQR Capital Management, about quantitative finance. We delve into topics like important quantitative finance concepts, careers in quantitative finance, Aaron’s own career and thoughts on the future of quantitative finance, and much more!

    Check out the episode to learn about quantitative finance in a simplified way!

    Aaron Brown is the former Chief Risk Manager at AQR Capital Management, one of the largest and most renowned hedge funds in the world as well as a professor and author. In his decades-long career, he has been a trader, portfolio manager, finance professor, head of mortgage securities, and risk manager for institutions, including Citigroup and Morgan Stanley. He was one of the original developers of value-at-risk and one of its strongest proponents. Brown is the author of Financial Risk Management for Dummies, Red-Blooded Risk: The Secret History of Wall Street, The Poker Face of Wall Street, and A World of Chance. He is a frequent contributor to professional literature and speaks frequently at professional and academic conferences. Aaron earned his bachelors from Harvard University and his MBA from The University of Chicago.

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    • 33 min
    EP 19 — Simplifying Quantitative Finance Part 1 with Aaron Brown, formerly of AQR Capital Management

    EP 19 — Simplifying Quantitative Finance Part 1 with Aaron Brown, formerly of AQR Capital Management

    In this episode, my co-host Alex Patel and I talk to Aaron Brown, the former Chief Risk Manager at AQR Capital Management, about quantitative finance. We delve into topics like the basics of quantitative finance, the history of quantitative finance, common misconceptions, how quantitative finance approaches risk management, and much more!

    Check out the episode to learn about quantitative finance in a simplified way!

    Aaron Brown is the former Chief Risk Manager at AQR Capital Management, one of the largest and most renowned hedge funds in the world as well as a professor and author. In his decades-long career, he has been a trader, portfolio manager, finance professor, head of mortgage securities, and risk manager for institutions, including Citigroup and Morgan Stanley. He was one of the original developers of value-at-risk and one of its strongest proponents. Brown is the author of Financial Risk Management for Dummies, Red-Blooded Risk: The Secret History of Wall Street, The Poker Face of Wall Street, and A World of Chance. He is a frequent contributor to professional literature and speaks frequently at professional and academic conferences. Aaron earned his bachelors from Harvard University and his MBA from The University of Chicago.

    Follow StreetFins on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook here, and follow me on Twitter @rohaninvest!

    Find and subscribe to Finance Simplified on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, and Anchor.fm!

    If you enjoy listening to our episodes and are learning, then we’d be eternally grateful if you gave us a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts!

    Sign up for our weekly newsletter to receive simplified market recaps and recommendations to learn finance here: streetfins.substack.com!

    We always love to hear from our listeners! If you have any feedback for us, we’d love to know! You will also get access to all of our past episodes’ transcripts when you fill this out! It will only take 1-2 minutes to tell us what all you like and what we could do better in future episodes: bit.ly/3sv4ikp.

    Visit StreetFins.com for all our resources and content that simplify finance for you!

    • 29 min
    EP 18 — Simplifying Healthcare Economics Part 2 with Dana Goldman of the University of Southern California

    EP 18 — Simplifying Healthcare Economics Part 2 with Dana Goldman of the University of Southern California

    In this episode, my co-host Alex Patel and I continue our conversation with Dana Goldman, a professor of health economics and policy at the University of Southern California and the Dean at the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy, about healthcare economics. We delve into topics like the pricing of different of products and services in healthcare, COVID's impact on healthcare economics, alternative approaches to healthcare, and much more!

    Check out the episode to learn about healthcare economics in a simplified way!

    Dana Goldman is the Interim Dean at the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy, as well as the Leonard D. Schaeffer Chair and Distinguished Professor of Pharmacy, Public Policy, and Economics at the University of Southern California. He is an elected member of the National Academy of Medicine and the National Academy of Social Insurance – two of his field’s highest honors. He pioneered the “Netflix model” to improve access to prescription drugs and the value of reduced copayments for the chronically ill. His work has been featured in the NYTimes, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, The Economist, and other media. He is former director of ISPOR and ASHEcon and a co-founder of Precision Health Economics, a health care consultancy. Dana earned his bachelors from Cornell University and his Ph.D. from Stanford University.

    Follow StreetFins on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook @streetfins, and follow me on Twitter @rohaninvest!

    Find and subscribe to Finance Simplified on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, and Anchor.fm!

    If you enjoy listening to and learning from our episodes, let us know by giving us a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts!

    Check out how we ranked in the top 40 finance podcasts to follow in 2021 on Feedspot here: https://blog.feedspot.com/finance_podcasts/!

    Subscribe to our newsletter: streetfins.substack.com!

    We always love to hear from our listeners! If you have any feedback for us, we’d love to know! Fill out this 1-2 minute long feedback form to tell us what all you like and what we could do better in future episodes: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdhJH8BU7955FuhEXhR40BjsgGP0ZnkT1lmsbAEhf8NB1xIMA/viewform.

    Visit StreetFins.com for all our resources and content that simplify finance for you!

    • 28 min
    EP 17 — Simplifying Healthcare Economics Part 1 with Dana Goldman of the University of Southern California

    EP 17 — Simplifying Healthcare Economics Part 1 with Dana Goldman of the University of Southern California

    In this episode, my co-host Alex Patel and I talk to Dana Goldman, a professor of healthcare economics and policy at the University of Southern California and the Interim Dean at the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy, about healthcare economics. We delve into topics like the basics of healthcare economics, the different entities in the healthcare system and the roles they play, the most important laws and regulations in healthcare, and much more!

    Check out the episode to learn about healthcare economics in a simplified way!

    Dana Goldman is the Interim Dean at the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy, as well as the Leonard D. Schaeffer Chair and Distinguished Professor of Pharmacy, Public Policy, and Economics at the University of Southern California. He is an elected member of the National Academy of Medicine and the National Academy of Social Insurance – two of his field’s highest honors. He pioneered the “Netflix model” to improve access to prescription drugs and the value of reduced copayments for the chronically ill.His work has been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, The Economist, NBC Nightly News and other media. He is former director of ISPOR and ASHEcon and a co-founder of Precision Health Economics, a health care consultancy. Dana earned his bachelors from Cornell University and his Ph.D. from Stanford University.

    Follow StreetFins on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook here, and follow me on Twitter @rohaninvest!

    Find and subscribe to Finance Simplified on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, and Anchor.fm!

    If you enjoy listening to our episodes and are learning, then we’d be eternally grateful if you gave us a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts!

    Want a transcript of our episode to learn from? Sign up for our weekly newsletter to receive the full transcripts from our episodes along with simplified market recaps and recommendations to learn finance! Here is the link: streetfins.substack.com!

    We always love to hear from our listeners! If you have any feedback for us, we’d love to know! Fill out this 1-2 minute long feedback form to tell us what all you like and what we could do better in future episodes: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdhJH8BU7955FuhEXhR40BjsgGP0ZnkT1lmsbAEhf8NB1xIMA/viewform.

    Visit StreetFins.com for all our resources and content that simplify finance for you!

    • 31 min
    EP 16 — Simplifying Investment Banking Part 2 with Suzanne Nora Johnson, formerly of Goldman Sachs

    EP 16 — Simplifying Investment Banking Part 2 with Suzanne Nora Johnson, formerly of Goldman Sachs

    In this episode, my co-host Alex Patel and I continue our conversation with Suzanne Nora Johnson, the former vice chairman of Goldman Sachs, about investment banking and its role in finance and the economy. We delve into topics like specialized investment banking activities, such as underwriting and market making, the latest trends in investment banking, investment banking as a career, Suzanne’s legendary career at Goldman Sachs, and much more!

    Check out the episode to learn about investment banking in a simplified way!

    Suzanne Nora Johnson is the former vice chairman of Goldman Sachs and currently on the board of various companies. Suzanne started working at Goldman Sachs in 1985 after having worked as a lawyer for several years. She became a partner at Goldman Sachs in 1992, eventually becoming the vice chairman, chair of the Global Markets Institute, and head of the firm’s Global Investment Research Division. She served as vice chairman until 2007, and now serves on the boards of several companies, including but not limited to Visa and Pfizer, as well as several nonprofit institutions, including the Brookings Institution, USC, the Carnegie Institute for Science, and many more. In 2006, Forbes ranked Suzanne as one of “The World’s 100 Most Powerful Women.” Suzanne earned her bachelors from USC and her JD from Harvard Law School.

    Follow StreetFins on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook here, and follow me on Twitter @rohaninvest!

    Find and subscribe to Finance Simplified on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, and Anchor.fm!

    If you enjoy listening to our episodes and are learning, then we’d be eternally grateful if you gave us a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts!

    We always love to hear from our listeners! If you have any feedback for us, we’d love to know! Fill out this 1-2 minute long feedback form to tell us what all you like and what we could do better in future episodes: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdhJH8BU7955FuhEXhR40BjsgGP0ZnkT1lmsbAEhf8NB1xIMA/viewform

    • 32 min
    EP 15 — Simplifying Investment Banking Part 1 with Suzanne Nora Johnson, formerly of Goldman Sachs

    EP 15 — Simplifying Investment Banking Part 1 with Suzanne Nora Johnson, formerly of Goldman Sachs

    In this episode, my co-host Alex Patel and I talk to Suzanne Nora Johnson, the former vice chairman of Goldman Sachs, about investment banking and its role in finance and the economy. We delve into topics like the basics of investment banking, the history of investment banks, the difference between buy side and sell side, and much more!

    Check out the episode to learn about investment banking in a simplified way!

    Suzanne Nora Johnson is the former vice chairman of Goldman Sachs and currently on the board of various companies. Suzanne started working at Goldman Sachs in 1985 after having worked as a lawyer for several years. She became a partner at Goldman Sachs in 1992, eventually becoming the vice chairman, chair of the Global Markets Institute, and head of the firm’s Global Investment Research Division. She served as vice chairman until 2007, and now serves on the boards of several companies, including but not limited to Visa and Pfizer, as well as several nonprofit institutions, including the Brookings Institution, USC, the Carnegie Institute for Science, and many more. In 2006, Forbes ranked Suzanne as one of “The World’s 100 Most Powerful Women.” Suzanne earned her bachelors from USC and her JD from Harvard Law School.

    Follow StreetFins on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook here, and follow me on Twitter @rohaninvest!

    Find and subscribe to Finance Simplified on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, and Anchor.fm! 

    If you enjoy listening to our episodes and are learning, then we’d be eternally grateful if you gave us a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts!

    We always love to hear from our listeners! If you have any feedback for us, we’d love to know! Fill out this 1-2 minute long feedback form to tell us what all you like and what we could do better in future episodes: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdhJH8BU7955FuhEXhR40BjsgGP0ZnkT1lmsbAEhf8NB1xIMA/viewform

    • 37 min

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