An interactive journey in pursuit of your own potential. Nate, Derek and Macy share tips for personal growth and investing to help you live a fulfilled life.
Making Quick Judgements With Incomplete Information
In this episode we get inspiration from the Nobel Prize Winner Daniel Kahneman in his work "Thinking Fast and Slow". We discuss how that relates to analyzing the economy and picking investments. We also discuss recent data from the labor market and some wild inconsistencies and innacuracies in the data. We hope you enjoy this week's episode!
Dynamic Growth: Bud Light Controversy & Alternative to Bonds
In this jam-packed episode, we dive into NVIDIA's blowout quarter and what it means for tech investors. Could life insurance really be the new bond alternative in your diversified portfolio? We unpack this unconventional approach. We also discuss the recent Bud Light controversy that's sparking debates. Plus, don't miss our 'Stock to Watch' segment where we reveal a stock that's looking like a promising buy right now. Tune in for insightful analysis, market trends, and financial tips you won't want to miss!
How Much Money Do You Need in Retirement? & More Trouble With Banks
In this episode we discuss troubling economic data coming out of China and more trouble in the banking sector with credit rating agencies putting warnings on the large banks after downgrading U.S. credit. We then discuss how much money people think they need in retirement vs how much they actually need and if people have realistic expectations about portfolio returns and amount of time it takes to save enough to retire early.
We hope you enjoy this week's episode
Are Optimists Rewarded? Small-Caps Outlook
While pessimism often wears the mask of sophistication and depth, it's the optimists who frequently come out on top in the long run. Join us as we debunk the myths surrounding investment attitudes and shed light on the overlooked potential of small-cap stocks. With large caps taking the limelight, we'll explore the compelling reasons why small caps might just be the dark horse set to outperform in the coming years. Whether you're a seasoned investor or just starting out, this episode promises insights that could reshape your investment strategies. Don't miss out!
Will The U.S. Default? & Nvidia Grows by $200B!
In this episode we discuss the recent discussion around the debt ceiling and why it matters, also why it doesn't matter. We discuss the implications of default and what it means for the long term of the U.S. Sovereign Debt. What would have to happen for the U.S. to get the debt problem under control and will that ever happen...
We end the podcast discussing recent earnings from Nvidia, a designer of high-power processing GPUs that are used in many areas including AI. They proved wall street analysts wrong by raising revenue guidance by 5B next quarter. The stock moved over $200B in market cap on the news. Is that a justified move?
We hope you enjoy this episode of the podcast
NASDAQ Earnings CITATION:
Did China's Reopening Fall Flat?
Today we discuss recent retail earnings in the U.S. the lower-than-expected guidance from Home Depot and strength from Walmart and Target. We also discuss the Bitcoin 2023 conference and the current state of Bitcoin. We discuss China's retail sales and Industrial Output and how it came in under expectations. Nate talks about the new war on plastic and why consumers are switching back to cash for purchases due to problems with point-of-sale and issues in the banking system.
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The podcast of stress management was great. I’m happy to listen to it. I learned some pointers. For example writing things down and have a hobby or do something you enjoy. I going to read the book eat that frog. I hope to learn something that I can apply in my life.
Great Podcast for ideas on how to improve your personal, financial, and overall wealth.