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A personal finance and investing podcast on money, how it works, how to invest it and how to live without worrying about it. J. David Stein is a former Chief Investment Strategist and money manager. For close to two decades, he has been teaching individuals and institutions how to invest and handle their finances in ways that are simple to understand. More info at moneyfortherestofus.com
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Latitude 53 Podcast

Latitude 53 Contemporary Visual Culture

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Latitude 53 presents a video podcast about the gallery and its shows. Meet the artists and see clips from our archives, including Visualeyez, Canada's annual performance art festival. Latitude 53 Contemporary Visual Culture is an artist-run centre in downtown Edmonton, AB, Canada. For more information, visit http://www.latitude53.org
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Independent Music Podcast

Independent Music Podcast

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A weekly show that brings you ten new tracks from artists from across the world. We cover every genre conceivable, from abstract techno, mutated dancehall, dark metal to Chinese bin lid music or something else - if it's recorded outside of the major label system, we're up for playing it. You'll find music you love, music you don't understand, and music that'll change your life.
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How the ETF market is changing, why ETFs should be your preferred investment vehicle, and how to analyze ETFs to generate better investment performance. Topics covered include: How large have fund flows been away from active mutual funds and into ETFs How big are the largest ETF families and how has their market share grown Why the rise of active E…
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Stocks that grow their dividends have outperformed non-dividend-paying stocks over the long-term, but not in the past 5, 10, and 20 years. Why are non-dividend paying stocks outperforming dividend growers, and will it continue? Topics covered include: What message do companies say when they initiate, grow, or cut their dividend What is dividend smo…
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Humans are wired to feel regret. Here's how to learn from financial regret to become a better investor. Topics covered include: What cognitive biases make feelings of financial regret unavoidable We analyze two regret case studies - one from David and one from a Plus member Why do we avoid big regrets but manage through small ones Five cognitive tr…
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Professional investors and other market participants are lousy at forecasting interest rates. Here are three more options to lock in higher yields today. Topics covered include: The risk of buying long-term bonds and ETFs to benefit from falling yields How volatility drag has impacted a long-term bond ETF like TLT Why interest rates won't go up jus…
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With cash yields expected to fall, here's how you can keep your portfolio income elevated by purchasing longer-term individual bonds and bullet ETFs Topics covered include: How future short-term interest rates, inflation expectations, and term premiums impact long-term interest rates How each of those rate drivers contributed to the close to 1% dro…
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We explore reasons for buying Bitcoin using one of the new Bitcoin ETFs. We also consider the risks. Topics covered include: Why the SEC finally decided to approve spot Bitcoin ETFs What are the fees and structure of these new Bitcoin ETFs How Bitcoin is similar and different from the fiat money system Where Bitcoin fits in an investment portfolio …
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The intricate dance between profession, risk, lifestyle, and luck in determining how net worth grows. Topics covered include: The various factors that shape the growth of net worth, including professional choices, risk tolerance, and lifestyle decisions. David Stein's personal account of how these elements influenced the trajectory of his financial…
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The pros and cons of investing your retirement assets 100% in equity, including half in international stocks. Why the 4% spending rule is too aggressive. Why historical asset class return studies that use only U.S. data are biased How researchers build a broader database to study retirement outcomes and spending rates How a 100% stock portfolio per…
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The last episode of the podcast possibly ever, we're celebrating 2023 with a selection of favourites as voted for by our amazing Patrons - the people who have kept the podcast going this long. We have one more episode: our free live show on Friday 29 December. Sign up for free here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/independent-music-podcast-favourites-…
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We close out 2023 by answering your questions on active vs passive management, market timing, investing for status, what we learned from Charlie Munger, thoughts on a coming recession, worst investment mistakes, recent books that changed us, and more. Sponsors Madison Trust Self-Directed IRA - Go Here to Learn More and Get Your $100 Off Promo Code …
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The second part of a double header celebrating some of our favourite music from 2023. The beers have been flowing and the music is exceptional, with Japanese diss tracks, Norwegian trombone drone, field recordings of broken horror houses, psychedelic folk and a whole lot more. Our final favourites episode will be out next week Tracklisting SANAM - …
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Do the impressive returns in public and private markets stem from strategic financial engineering or reflect actual economic growth? How corporate profit growth is linked to economic growth, even though corporate profits are more volatile How interest rates, tax rates, and stock buybacks influence corporate profits and stock returns Why there are f…
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The first part of a double header celebrating some of our favourite music from 2023. It's been an incredible year for music, and we're in celebratory mood as we record the first two of our final three shows. This part includes Japanese prog, Indonesian metal, gigantic Ugandan xylophones, stoned hip-hop, Egyptian Mahraganat and a whole lot in betwee…
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One year after the release of ChatGPT, we explore the positive and negative paths AI could take and what individuals can do to assist with a positive outcome. Topics covered include: How David uses AI to increase his personal productivity The societal and economic impacts of AI, including its potential to enhance corporate profitability and individ…
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The last ‘new’ podcast before we head into our end of 2023 review shows showcases more exceptional sounds from across the world. From field recordings of Afro-Ecuadorian culture to Persian footwork, House bangers to sounds of the Sahara and Japanese folk, there’s a lot to enjoy on this week’s selection. You can listen to the first six tracks for fr…
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In this bonus episode, David visits with Bill Yount and Becky Heptig of the Catching Up to Fi podcast in a wide-ranging discussion on investing using a systematic checklist approach. Sponsors Madison Trust Self-Directed IRA - Go Here to Learn More and Get Your $100 Off Promo Code LinkedIn Jobs – Use this link to post your job for free on LinkedIn J…
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Dive into another eclectic Independent Music Podcast featuring a global tapestry of experimental music. From the haunting melodies of Aguja from Argentina to the rhythmic beats of Samurai Breaks. The diversity continues with the experimental vibes of Lisa Lerkenfeld and the electronic enchantment of Flora Yin Wong. With new Julia Holter and a taste…
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What are the economic and cultural benefits of tourism. What are the downsides to too much tourism. How to find the right balance. Topics covered include: How short-term rentals have changed tourism How cities grapple with too many short-term rentals What is the outlook for short-term rentals How much does tourism contribute to economic output How …
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A wonderful range of music this week, with multiple tracks exploring ancient folklore from the Quechuan Andes to Wales, as well as modern interpretations of Brazilian funk carioca, and multiple tracks from Mexico. We also have ferocious Palastinian psych, Chinese techno, Death Metal and a whole lot more. You can listen to the first six tracks for f…
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What are the pros and cons of partially funding retirement expenses with an inflation-indexed bond ladder versus an immediate annuity? There is a big downside to TIPS ladders that many investors don't realize. Topics covered include: Why the stock market is more risky than many people realize Is it too late to invest in TIPS as one advisor suggests…
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Short, spiky, transcendental, and everything in between on this week’s independent music podcast. We have acid-tinged electronics, field recordings of birds, spoken word, club bangers, drones and much more. You can listen to the first six tracks for free. To listen to the full episode, get a huge back catalogue of music, and access to our live show…
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We discuss ten rules of thumb for individual investors to consider when saving and investing for and in retirement. Don't use institutional hand-me-downs Stay close to home base Beware of dragon risk Mind your investment seasons Catch the popping corn Watch for market swarms Track the economic winds Follow the traffic lights Diversify your baskets …
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Full of abstract and lofi electronics, this week’s podcast lulls you into a false sense of security this week before blitzing you with the 175+bpm of Judgitzu. We’re only just recovered with the beautiful noise of Frankie and Joachim Nordwall before a triumphant return of jazz’s favourite living Pharaoh Idris Ackamoor. Elsewhere, we have dubs from …
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Interest rates have been sliding for seven centuries. Dive into the historical forces driving this trend and examine whether the recent interest rate spike is just a blip on the radar. Topics covered include: How the supply of savings and the demand to borrow impact interest rates Why have interest rates been falling for over 700 years, and what mi…
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A podcast of exceptional music and bad puns this week, as we travel through the genres, including spooooky drum and bass from Basic Rhythm, Palestinian folklore from Maya Al Khaldi, and thunderous psych rock from Osaka’s Hibushibire. We also have three pretty special collaborations, including Sarah Davachi and Quatuor Bozzini, Abu Ama and BedouinDr…
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Why investing in non-investment grade bonds, leveraged loans, and preferred stocks is potentially more compelling than investing in common stocks at present. Topics covered include: Why Howard Marks told institutional clients to sell stocks and buy high-yield bonds instead The contractual agreements comprising bonds, leveraged loans, and preferred …
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The usual sonic journey across continents, where you can immerse yourself in a fusion of sounds, from Finland’s futuristic funk with The Stance Brothers to the avant-garde creations of Eartheater. Elsewhere, we have experimental noise from Argentina’s Francisco Ali-Brouchoud and ferocious Iberian hardcore from Lame, amongst such more… You can liste…
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Our allocation to risky assets should vary based on the expected return, volatility, risk aversion, and how much we can earn risk-free. That means we should be taking less risk right now. Listen to learn why. Topics covered include: Why there are so few billionaires Why the hedge fund Long Term Capital Management imploded Why how much to invest is …
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A wondrous array of sounds coming from the Independent Music Podcast this week, from cold wave disco to harmonium folk, stopping off via dub rap, French dance floor bangers, and outrageous Japanese psych. It’s not just that though, we have wonderful experimental music from Kepla, the long-awaited return of Bokeh Versions, and a whole lot more. You …
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We explore six impacts of higher interest rates on housing, capital projects, stock buybacks, excess returns for stocks, bonds, and other asset classes, and individual opportunity costs. Topics covered include: Where current interest rates stand Central banker predictions for how long cash yields will stay this high Why housing is the least afforda…
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Good things come to those who wait, like those of us who have waited six years for new Evian Christ material. That being said, good things come to those of us who can’t wait either, and – just six months after their debut masterpiece – the Japanese folklore-French prog collaboration PoiL Ueda have another exceptional, outlandish record for you. Els…
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