In a perfect world, we’d all be rational decision makers. In reality, our brains seem hardwired to lead us astray. Join Mike Norton and Allison Schrager as they explore the psychological forces that drive attitudes and decisions around money and investing — and how this impacts our lives, our finances and even the markets. Talking Green is an original podcast from TD Ameritrade, produced together with The New York Times’s T Brand Studio.
Tired? Stressed? Check Your Wallet
How is financial stress different from regular stress — and what is it doing to our brains and our bodies? Host Mike Norton wraps up the first season with a focus on financial well being, and how to use money as a source of happiness.
Battle of the Sexes, Money Edition
Are financial habits influenced by gender? Are men really better at managing money? Why haven’t we closed the gender pay gap already? New research debunks old stereotypes and shows how similar men and women are when it comes to financial matters.
Financial Focus in the Digital Age
Do you check your phone obsessively — feel anxious without it? Turns out our dependence on digital devices is sapping one of our most valuable resources: the ability to focus. Learn how the attention economy is affecting your life — and your money.
Is Misinformation Burning a Hole in Your Pocket?
Why do crazy headlines and false rumors grab our attention? Host Mike Norton explores why our brains are hard-wired to believe misinformation — and how to keep your life and finances grounded in the facts.
Inheriting Family Money (Habits)
The way you handle money — your fears, values and even your goals — are profoundly shaped by the people who raised you. This candid roundtable, led by host Mike Norton, digs into family financial dynamics and explains ways we can overcome past influences.
Is it Logical to be Irrational About Money?
Why do our brains seem hard-wired to skew our decisions and lead us astray? Host Mike Norton explores how our irrational impulses affect our decisions — both personally and financially — and what we can do about it.
Interesting, relatable but where did it go ?
In love with this podcast, as a self-described “No traditional millennial” with a background in Economics this podcast speaks to me at a strange level lol
Where did you go?!
Really love this podcast and it’s concept. But where has it gone?!
Love the hosts and the banter they have, making managing finances so relatable. Really makes you think about your own relationship with money. So glad to have found this!