Danny Lobell knows nothing about investing and even less about the world of finance. Most of his comedian friends are in the same boat. That's why he decided to do this show. Every episode Danny and his guest tell you what companies to invest in and talk money mistakes they have made and Wall Street news, usually with no idea what they are talking about, hence the title "Mostly Bull".
SWAPCAST: Danny guests on JT Habersaat's The Road Podcast
Danny guests on JT Habersaat's "The Road" Podcast. Recorded at the Bird City Comedy Festival April of 2017.
S5: E60: Jenny Zigrino & The Bullet 02
Jenny Zigrino comes by to talk about her childhood growing up every religion and hiding vibrators everywhere. We also discuss the Bullet 02 flashlight and that mall stores are closing everywhere. Pick up her new CD "JZ's new album" available now!
S5: E59: Ahmed Bharoocha & theSkimm
Comedian Ahmed Bharoocha comes by to talk about everything from the reaction to his name in Airports to growing up in a family that owned a restaurant that someone got killed in front of to if he would invest or not in content aggregator "The Skimm".
S5: E58: Jason Webb & FullStory
Jason Webb comes by to tell Danny about getting kicked out of a Christian fraternity, growing up in the South as the son of a preacher and buying silver pants! They also discuss FullStory tell you if you should invest or not! Great talk, Enjoy!
S5: E57: Matt Lieb & Suja Juice
This week Danny Lobell is joined by comedian Matt Lieb in the studio. The two discuss Suja Juice, chocolate, jeans and LinkedIn. Matt also shows off his great vocals in creating an amazing jungle for Dumb money mistakes.
S5: E56: David Heti & BrewPublik
David Heti comes by and we discuss a company that delivers craft beers to your door called BrewPublik, a company called honesty is being sued for being dishonest and the ill fated Canadian comedy awards.
so very funny alone... but he and danny together made me belly laff. the funniest comedians are the ones who don't need the script but to whom it just comes naturally. so so so good
Best of Both Worlds
Business shows can be boring. Comedy shows can be trivial. Mostly Bull Market is neither - it teaches you new things about the world of finance, and entertains you throughout. Definitely worth a listen!
Always entertaining and engaging.
Danny lobell has always been a great interviewer, as he manages to make any topic relatable and fun. I look forward to the next episode. (As well as the one after that.)