15 episodes

A free-form, not politically-correct discussion rooted in reason--and humor--around thought-provoking topics hosted by TV personality, entrepreneur, investor and New York Times bestselling author, Carol Roth, covering current events and politics, individual rights, business, entertainment and more. You're guaranteed to learn something from every episode.

The Roth Effect with Carol Roth The Ricochet Audio Network

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9, 27 Ratings

A free-form, not politically-correct discussion rooted in reason--and humor--around thought-provoking topics hosted by TV personality, entrepreneur, investor and New York Times bestselling author, Carol Roth, covering current events and politics, individual rights, business, entertainment and more. You're guaranteed to learn something from every episode.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
27 Ratings
27 Ratings
Richster13 ,

Perfect Podcast For Free Market Intellectuals

Carol excels in the format of long-form discussion. She is the perfect blend of fair mindedness, while also possessing a very clear point of view in favor of freedom and free market economics. It is also an excellent change from the soundbyte driven, intellectually vapid, artifical discussions you see on much of television and radio. Carol is consistently excellent, and while the mileage does vary somewhat depending on the guest, this Podcast is without a doubt worthy of five stars and a great investment of anyone's time and attention.

BPaulJ ,

Great discussion

Well worth listening to. Looking forward to the next Rot Effect.

Kevinblack1999 ,

A breathe of fresh air for developing professionals

This is a great podcast for professionals looking to develop themselves. For emerging leaders, I think the Roth Effect is gold. What makes this one so special is the fact that Carol shines a light on topics - incredibly important ones - that most commentators stay away from. For instance, her disussions on capitalism are awesome. I can't think of a commentator today who understands, or appreciates, the concept of rational selfishness. So, her perspective is fresh and very unique. Her third podcast with Yaron Brook of ARI was so fascinating that I decided to walk to my client in downtown Phoenix, a 40-minute trip, versus driving or Ubering there. Great work, Carol! You've earned another fan.

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