Interview with Raghen Lucy. She is a University Student and member of the SSA (Secular Student Alliance). Investing Skeptically: How much to have at retirement, Specific stock risk, Cushion update and much much more.
Interview with Ralph Covert. He is the creator of Ralph's World music for kids. Now with around a dozen albums and an emmy nomination. He has also released several solo albums and was one of the founders of The Bad Examples in 1987. The Bad Examples song "Not Dead Yet" was a big hit in Chicago and received some national airplay. This song was also covered by a little band called STYX in 1990. His 14th rock album "Welcome to Deadsville" comes out on Aug 10th, 2018....
Interview with Muhammad Syed. He talks about getting out of Islam and the growing number of people leaving the faith. Investing Skeptically: Cash reserves. How much should you have and where do you put it?
First interview is with Nick Little, General Counsel at the Center for Inquiry. They just sued CVS... "FOR FRAUD OVER SALE OF HOMEOPATHIC FAKE MEDICINE". Oh, this could be fun. Second interview is with Kevin Bolling. He is the Executive Director for SSA (Secular Student Alliance). NOTE: Polaris Financial Planning is going to match up to $10,000 dollars for the SSA. Go here and give money! http://bit.ly/PhilMatches Investing Skeptically: Skipped for this show.
Interview with author Hector Garcia. His book "Alpha God" explains how we created god in our own image - as a powerful ape. Investing Skeptically: Robo Advisors, Acorns Feedback look, market performance
Interview with Hypatia. Our final segment on the amazing bood "Women v. Religion". You will be stunned by what the bible says about women. Investing Skeptically: Due diligence rule, Good to Great stock performance.
Interview with auther James Miller. His new book is A better Ten Commandments. We discuss his ideas on making a far better list of ideas to make your life better. Investing Skeptically: Berkshire Hathaway, What if I won $1,000,000.
Interview with Valerie Tarico. She wrote "Owned: Slaves, Women, Children and Livestock" as part of "Women v Religion". Investing Skeptically: Problems with life insurance as an investment, Adding money to IRAs, 6 month follow up on Cryptocurrency.
Interview with Jarrod James. He has more than 10 years of experience at RIA Compliance Consultants. We discuss the details of government regulation and how they apply to investment advisors, broker dealers, registered reps and insurance agents. Also discussed: Suitability, fiduciary, due diligence and many other items. Investing skeptically: Some ideas on how to allocate your stock investments.
Interview with Karen Garst. She is the editor of this collection of about a dozen writers talking about their experience with religion. Topics covered include: Guilt, Jewish law, Indoctrination, Slaves, Children, Islam, Black Women, Latinas, Civil rights, and much much more! Investing Skeptically: Update to the Due Diligence rules.
Dustin Lawson is a Former Christian Apologist. He spent his life learning about and promoting Christianity. He also spent a year with the world famous evangelist Josh McDowell. After all of his studies he realized that there is not any good evidence for his beliefs. An amazing story. Investing skeptically: Recommended book list. NASDAQ funds
Andrew Torrez explains all of the legal details of the situation between Donald Trump and Stormy Daniels. I think you find his explanation fascinating. Investing Sekptically: American Funds and picking managed mutual funds that beat the Index!
Interview with Leonard Tramiel, he is the son of Jack Tramiel. Jack Tramiel was the founder of Commodore International and also bought Atari. We discuss these companies, their products and CFI (Center for Inquiry). Investing Skeptically: Bitcoin & Child Porn, Investment ideas for $50k and court ruling on the fiduciary rule.