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Best Benjamin Bernstein podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Benjamin Bernstein podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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This Week in Astrology is the FREE award-winning podcast that explains the current week's most important astrology events. This Week in Astrology is one of the world's Top 10 astrology podcasts -- make it a regular part of your astrological education! *** Sign up for email notifications when a new show posts -- just enter your email in the subscription box in the upper right corner of this page. It's free, and you can unsubscribe anytime.
 
The Hero Show, a weekly podcast of OSI, explores the lives and achievements of heroes who have shaped our world, with Andrew Bernstein and Jon Hersey. From freedom fighters, to pathbreaking scientists and inventors, to entrepreneurs and industrialists, these men and women can enlighten us, inspire us, and help us to be the best versions of ourselves today and in the future.
 
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Sarah Breedlove (aka Madam C. J. Walker), a black woman born two years after Abraham Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation, began her career washing clothes and ended it as the founder of a cosmetics company—and a self-made millionaire. She was, in fact, the first female self-made millionaire in American history. Check out this beautiful story of a b…
 
Often called a ‘once in one hundred years event’, the COVID-19 pandemic is having a profound impact on the economy. Today’s guest is Craig Alexander, Deloitte’s Chief Economist, who brings his 29 years of experience analyzing the economy to answer our questions about the marketplace. We start the conversation by exploring how the pandemic is affect…
 
Joseph Priestley was a polymath who made major advances in science, education, and government. On July 31, 1772, he became, if not the first, one of the first men ever to isolate oxygen. We honor this and his many other achievements in this episode of The Hero Show! Subscribe in Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you’re listening right now. If yo…
 
Quantitative easing is a monetary policy whereby a central bank buys government bonds or other financial assets in order to inject money into the economy to expand economic activity. But what exactly does that mean? In today’s episode, Benjamin and Cameron are going to address this topic, avoiding highly politicized aspects, like whether or not cen…
 
Adam Smith is widely recognized as “the father of modern economics,” thanks to his highly influential book, The Wealth of Nations, in which he explained how free markets work and why they benefit everyone. What many don’t know is that Smith was also a vital contributor to the Scottish Enlightenment’s thinking on ethics. Join us for a conversation a…
 
In keeping with our recent tide of incredible guests, today’s one is no exception. Dr. William Bernstein, a financial theorist, advisor, and neurologist, joins us to share some of his incredible insights. As the author of several seminal books such as The Intelligent Asset Allocator and The Four Pillars of Investing, Dr. Bernstein has made his mark…
 
Few people, if any, have made as significant an impact on human progress as Aristotle. He was the father of logic and the scientific method, and he and his students spearheaded important work in botany, biology, medicine, psychology, ethics, political theory, and much more. More than 2,000 years after his death, his influence still permeates our wo…
 
Justin & I give our thoughts on the Rey Rivera case that is covered on the first episode of the new Unsolved Mysteries show on Netflix. It concerns a missing man later found deceased and his wife's mission to uncover the truth of what happened. The latter half of this episode is an interview that Justin did with Terry Dunn Meurer, one of the execut…
 
As the expression goes, another day, another dollar. Today’s episode is a roundup of news and analysis with deeper dives into behavioural and risk-based market explanations, active management, and endowment investing models. We open with a book review of Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less by Greg McKeown, a book that’s getting a lot of a…
 
June 7, 1998. Jasper, Texas. James Byrd Jr, 49, had spent the day at different parties with family and friends and was walking home when he was picked up by white supremacists who had offered him a ride. James couldn't drive due to a condition that prevented him from having a driver's license. What these three did to him after picking him up was be…
 
July 11 marks the birth of one of the antebellum period’s most powerful opponents of slavery, John Quincy Adams. Andrew Bernstein and Jon Hersey discuss his upbringing with two of the revolution’s most ardent patriots, his ministerial career, his less-than-stellar presidency, and—the capstone of his life’s work—his tireless efforts against slavery.…
 
Today’s guest is Dr. Jim Stanford, Economist and Director of the Centre for Future Work and author of Economics for Everyone. We kick things off with Jim hearing his perspectives on what makes this recession unprecedented before he argues that a traditional approach to macroeconomic policy won’t be enough to augment more than a crippled and unstabl…
 
Amelia Earhart developed a passion for flying in her early twenties and followed it for the rest of her short life, breaking cultural barriers and aviation records in the process. “Never interrupt someone doing something you said couldn’t be done,” she said. And with irrepressible independence, she demonstrated that women can develop abilities equa…
 
With private equity investments increasing in popularity, you may feel the pressure to expand your portfolio. Today’s episode, we look at the data behind private equity returns to see if these investments add something to your portfolio that you couldn’t get elsewhere. But first, we discuss some big news — that slow-moving Dimensional Fund Advisors…
 
June 9, 2017. Urbana, Illinois. In April 2017, Yingying Zhang came to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign as an International Scholar from China. On June 9, 2017, she failed to return to work after lunch and a search was launched for her. Through video surveillance, investigators were able to piece together her whereabouts until she got …
 
The tale of Benjamin Franklin’s life and accomplishments is one of the most inspiring and instructive stories in world history. If you’ve not heard it, you’re missing out. Tune in for some of Ol’ Ben’s life lessons, and use them to improve your own life today. Subscribe in Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you’re listening right now. If you’d li…
 
Today, we get into a masterclass on retirement planning with a true expert in the field whose perspectives are distinctly evidence-based, Fred Vettese. Fred is a Partner and former Actuary at Morneau Shepell and author of three retirement books including Retirement Income For Life. We hear Fred’s thoughts on what people should be spending in retire…
 
June 01, 1989. Tampa Bay, Florida. A woman named Joan Rogers and her two teenaged daughters, Michelle and Christe, left Ohio for Florida on a much needed vacation. Hal Rogers, father and husband, stayed back at the dairy farm they owned to keep it going. But when his family failed to return when they were expected, Hal could sense something was ter…
 
Andrew and Jon discuss the nature of heroes and how they can inspire us to live more heroic lives. They examine the life and ideas of Frederick Douglass, the great 19th-century intellectual, abolitionist, writer, orator, and statesmen who escaped slavery and fought for the equal protection of all people’s rights. Subscribe in Apple Podcasts, Spotif…
 
Welcome to another episode of the Rational Reminder Podcast! Today’s main topic is how to pick an actively managed fund to invest in despite funds of this type producing lower returns than passive ones! Before getting into that, we hear a few updates on Ben’s research into dollar-cost averaging versus lump-sum investing, discuss the factors that in…
 
Tioga County, New York. September 11, 2001. Michele Harris and her husband, Cal, were in the midst of a divorce. Despite this, they continued to live in the same house with their four children. Still, it was no secret that there were serious issues between them. After Michele went missing, detectives were suspicious of Cal due to his actions around…
 
Even though we learn that money is merely a means of exchange, a store of value, or a unit of account, it’s so much more than this. Money captures so much of what we grapple with like hope, joy, fear, regret, and envy, yet it’s widely surveyed as being the least spoken-about issue when compared to religion, mortality, and marriage. Dr. Brian Portno…
 
We kick off today’s episode of the Rational Reminder by discussing when Ben will be publishing his new model portfolios and a quick look at some of our upcoming guests and resources you might want to take a look at. We have been on a roll with our guests lately, and we are certainly not slowing down anytime soon. From there, we look at some of the …
 
Who better to have on the Rational Reminder Podcast than Professor Ken French? Ken has been a massive inspiration to us and has remained a guiding light for sensible, evidence-based investors over the last few decades! His work with Eugene Fama stands as the seminal work on the subject of passive investment portfolios and we are so delighted to hav…
 
July 10, 1982. Lindau, Germany. The morning after enjoying the waters at Lake Constance, 14 year old Kalinka Bamberski remained in her room. Her stepfather, Dieter Krombach, went to check on her before he left to go horseback riding. He found her deceased. Authorities accepted Dieter's account of what happened as did his wife, But Kalinka's father …
 
We often talk about better planning, reduced spending and a consistent long-term strategy on the show and today we have a guest who not only gives that advice himself but clearly lives it too! Andrew Hallam is the author of the new book Millionaire Expat in which he details some strategies for what has been called geographic arbitrage, or moving to…
 
January 4, 1989. Emory, Texas. At 12:34 p.m., Debbie Loveless makes a desperate call to 911. Her four-year-old daughter, April Tucker, has a gaping wound in her thigh and a severed femoral artery. April is rushed to the hospital but dies on the operating table. Both Debbie and her common-law husband John Miller tell the sheriff’s office the same th…
 
We spend the bulk of today’s episode considering whether Wealthsimple’s use of long bonds and low volatility stocks is really protecting their clients’ downside, and summing up recent arguments by Cliff Asness and AQR leveled against critiques on value investing. Before that, we kick things off with thoughts on why Elon Musk aims to have no possess…
 
Today on the Rational Reminder Podcast we interview a seasoned journalist from The Wall Street Journal, Greg Zuckerman. With 23 years of experience with the media outlet, Greg has written extensively about the most prominent figures in the world of investing, including Jim Simons, John Paulson and Carl Icahn, generally focusing his attention on sig…
 
June 1, 2001. Kathmandu, Nepal. The Nepalese Royal Family was gathered at the Narayanhity Royal Palace for one of it's bi-monthly reunion parties when King Birendra was gunned down by his son, Crown Prince Dipendra. While those around them and in the palace were shocked, none could have foreseen the violence that would follow. Join us as we discuss…
 
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