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What Millennials Want in a Financial Advisor with Jon Mauney and Kristi Rodriguez
No more meetings at the golf course, Millennials want to invest in companies and manage their wealth in ways that align with their ethical values. Jon Mauney of Betterment for Advisors and Kristi Rodriguez, SVP of Nationwide Retirement Institute share how to reach a new generation of clients and meet their needs.
In Tune with the Trees and Chuck Leavell
Rolling Stones keyboardist Chuck Leavell on his passion for the environment, his personal connection to forestry, and his new documentary “The Tree Man.”
Risks and Rewards of Crypto Investing with Douglas Boneparth and Ivory Johnson
Ivory Johnson, founder of Delancey Wealth Management and Douglas Boneparth, Bone Fide Wealth President financially advise two different types of clients, but both are interested in the risks and rewards of adding digital assets to their portfolios.
20-22 Vision with Bradley Tusk
In 2021 investors poured into hot trends like electric vehicles, sports betting and cryptocurrency. But what is the vision for 2022? Venture Capitalist Bradley Tusk shares his outlook for regulation, incoming trends, and exciting opportunities.
Using a Flux Mindset to Navigate Uncertainty with April Rinne
Author and futurist April Rinne on how adapting a “flux” mindset can help entrepreneurs, employers and employees navigate the uncertain future of work and business.
The Big Picture for the Future of Work with Ray Dalio and Patty McCord
Bridgewater Associates Founder Ray Dalio and Former Netflix Chief Talent Officer Patty McCord on creating a workplace that meets the needs of its employees, and the importance of rethinking the status quo.
Osterholm is great. Interviewer is typical network news
He sticks to facts and realistic expectations while the interviewer asks the usual shtick type banal questions.