The Better Off Podcast
Sponsored by Betterment, the Better Off Podcast tackles sometimes uncomfortable, and even controversial, money and investing issues— without the financial jargon. Hosted by the always-entertaining Jill Schlesinger, CFP®.
Investing For the World You Want
How can you incorporate your values into your investments? While many of us have principles and views about what is “right” and “wrong”, putting those principles into action within a portfolio can be difficult.
How Congress Governs the Federal Reserve
Author Mark Spindel, expert on the Federal Reserve offers an account of Congress’s role in steering the evolution of the Federal Reserve and challenges the myth of its independence.
Thinking in Bets with Annie Duke
For most people, it’s difficult to say “I’m not sure” in a world that values and, even, rewards the appearance of certainty.
Achieving Presence: An Interview with Social Psychologist Amy Cuddy
Author of the new book "Presence," Amy Cuddy teaches us how to use simple techniques to liberate ourselves from fear in high-pressure moments, perform at our best, and connect with and empower others to do the same.
Worried Market Watchers: What (Not) To Do Next
When you hear about big percentage losses in the stock market, you're bound to feel butterflies. Listen in for some brief advice on how to think practically about your investment goals during the market turbulence.
Understanding the Case for Universal Basic Income
Universal Basic Income is the idea of giving all citizens a regular, live-able and unconditional sum of money, from the government.
Ep. 040: The Surprising Power of a “Useless” Liberal Arts Education
Author George Anders describes how people who study the liberal arts can be highly successful in an evolving high-tech future.
Ep. 038: How Wall Street Destroyed Main Street with Rana Foroohar
Rana Foroohar shows how the “financialization of America,” is perpetuating Wall Street’s reign over Main Street.
Ep. 036: Weapons of Math Destruction with Cathy O’Neil
"Weapons of Math Destruction" author Cathy O'Neil explains how algorithms dictate so much of our day-to-day lives.