In this weekly finance and investing podcast, hosts Alex Rosenberg (CNBC producer & CFA charterholder) and Carleton English (New York Post reporter & financial planning expert) cut through the B.S. to shed light on the world of finance.
Bad Beats & Good Eats — Episode 1
In the first episode of this hyper-niche side project from the "Dumb Money" crew, Alex Rosenberg and Matt Woleske dissect an action-packed poker hand and mull potential pairings for an unusual Italian wine. Enjoy responsibly.
Voting! The thing you can do when you own a stock — episode 14
A big battle over Procter & Gamble, and the rising popularity of socially responsible investing, bring a half-forgotten shareholder right to the fore. Plus, Carleton and Alex are heading south for the winter.
#Spurious? Maybe tweets don’t predict market moves after all — episode 13
A new paper takes a critical look at a famed study which investigated Twitter’s power to predict the market. The paper’s co-author, Michael Lachanski, explains what went wrong and what that suggests about financial and scientific research more broadly. Plus, a sweet (and nutty) trick for acing grammar school.
Making sense of the "spare change" investing app - episode 12
What's up with millennial-targeted investing application Acorns? Plus, an ingenious method for getting wasted on payday.