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The Goldstein on Gelt Show is a global investment and financial planning radio show designed to educate and entertain its listeners with financial strategies and investment tips. Investment advisor Douglas Goldstein hosts the weekly show, which can also be heard at, and is the director of Profile Investment Services, Ltd.,

The Goldstein on Gelt Show is a global investment and financial planning radio show designed to educate and entertain its listeners with financial strategies and investment tips. Investment advisor Douglas Goldstein hosts the weekly show, which can also be heard at, and is the director of Profile Investment Services, Ltd.,
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The Goldstein on Gelt Show is a global investment and financial planning radio show designed to educate and entertain its listeners with financial strategies and investment tips. Investment advisor Douglas Goldstein hosts the weekly show, which can also be heard at, and is the director of Profile Investment Services, Ltd.,




How Millennials Can Get a Grip on Their Finances

Why are many millennials broke? Is there negative cash flow due to circumstances beyond their control or poor money management? Erin Lowry ,author of Broke Millennial: Stop Scraping By and Get Your Financial Life Together, is an American expatriate with an unusual financial perspective. Erin’s international experience made her view the millennial generation through a different lens. Are you guilty of the observations she makes of the broke millennials generation? Learn how millennials can...


Can an Ordinary Person Really Become a Millionaire?

What does it take to become a millionaire? What financial choices do you have to make to get on the millionaire track? Joe Saul Sehy, host of the award-winning podcast Stacking Benjamins, frequently works with millionaires and has learned some of their some secrets to success along the way. Joe breaks down common misconceptions about millionaires and shares insights as to how they earn their wealth. What differentiates a millionaire from every other investor? What financial systems can put...


Do Shareholders Have a Voice in the Company?

Is the corporate world an ‘insiders only’ club, or do ordinary shareholders have a real say in the company? Learn how shareholder activism may be changing the face of corporate America. Jeff Gramm, a portfolio manager at Bandera Partners, adjunct professor at Columbia Business School, and author, discusses what shareholder activism means for companies in the long run. Jeff gives examples of how shareholders can make significant changes to a company’s board of directors. How shareholders can...


Need Help With Your Cash Flow?

Running a business presents challenges, not least of which is cash flow. Cash flow is a problem for many people, but businesses have their own issues. How can business owners make the most of their cash flow? Barbara Weltman, attorney and business writer, explains what cash flow is and how to change the way you use it. She outlines some tools and strategies that make cash flow management simpler. Barbara knows a lot about taxes and the nature of businesses. Tune in to learn more about cash...


Should You Invest in Gold?

Why do people like to invest in gold? Investing in gold is like purchasing wealth insurance, but why? Rich Checkan, president of Asset Strategies International, and Doug explore the benefits of owning and investing in gold. Rich explains how gold always keeps its value, what he refers to as wealth insurance. He shares the best ways to store gold and how to sell gold when it is time. He warns listeners to only deal with reputable dealers and advises how to find one. Listen in to learn more...


Americans in Israel: Watch Out for PFICs

Investors used to be able to buy PFICs (passive foreign investment corporations) investments without a lot of trouble. So what changed? Yosefa Huber, CPA, helps U.S. citizens living abroad sort out tax issues regarding their U.S. investments. Doug and Yosefa discuss why PFICs cause so much trouble to investors and their accountants. Learn what a PFIC is, and then take a look at your investment portfolio to see if you inadvertently own one. Should you try to retire early and enjoy...


Does Debt Actually Have Value?

Conventional wisdom says that if you want to be in good financial standing, you need to be debt free. However, is all debt bad? If you take into consideration tax breaks and liquidity, can debt be considered financially sound? Tom Anderson, CEO of Supernova Companies and author of The Value of Debt: How to Manage Both Sides of a Balance Sheet to Maximize Wealth, shares hisfinancial philosophy which revolves around balance. Tom argues that debt may have long-term financial gain because debt...


Which Is Easier to Build: a Family Business or a Family Culture?

Many successful family businesses also have a strong family culture. How are the two related, and how do you shape your family culture? Mitzi Perdue grew up in one family business and married into another. Mitzi shares how her father, founder of Sheraton Hotel, created a strong foundation for his family and encouraged a positive family culture, and how she and her husband, Frank (think chicken!) built their own family culture. She discusses both business and how to become a better family...

How Stock Pickers Research Stocks

Professional stock researchers can serve as stock pickers for investors who don’t know where to start. Is it better to pick your own stocks or to use a professional stock picker? Tao Wang, a portfolio manager for Alpha Architect, explains how to begin researching stocks. He outlines the differences between value, growth, and momentum stocks. He also emphasizes the importance of having multiple qualifiers when choosing a stock. If you are lost on how to start to build your portfolio, listen...


Do You Know Your Retirement Income?

Do you know what your retirement income needs are? How much will it cost you to live during retirement? There is no one magic answer as your retirement income should be determined by your personal needs. David Trahair, CPA and financial writer, concurs that retirement is a personal case-by-case situation. He advises how to calculate your retirement goal based on your own personal situation, a one-size fits all approach to retirement planning is useless. David explains how listeners could...


The Optimism of a Millennial Economy

Welcome Generation Y! The United States is in the middle of a millennial economy thanks to the largest population boom after the baby boomer generation. What does this millennial economy mean for investors? Our guest, Ken Gronbach, author and demographer, has a very optimistic opinion. Ken, a human capital analytics expert, explains why demographics define an economy. What’s the most important thing for any business to succeed? Quality people! Listen to learn why Ken has high hopes for the...


How Education Can Affect Your Investment Decisions

Is a basic education enough to make informed investment decisions, or do folks with higher education tend to make better Investment decisions? Nobel Prize winner and Brown University Professor J. Michael Kosterlitz reflects on how education is the key to making positive change in all aspects of life… including finances. Listen to learn how researching superfluidity generated a new understanding of physics, and more importantly, how to perfect your own individual thought process. Professor...


Are the Markets Broken? Can We Make Investing More Humane?

There’s more to financial advising than making a client money. How can a financial advisor make the markets more humane? Mihir Desai, professor of finance at Harvard and author of The Wisdom of Finance: Discovering Humanity in the World of Risk and Return wants to demystify financial markets and make them friendlier. He warns the audience that the financial system is broken, and proposes a fix: change how investors and financial advisors view the financial world. He also describes why many...


How Top-Down Investing Actually Works

Traditional investing focuses on individual funds, bonds, and stocks. Top-down investing is actually based on a market overview. But, how does an investor know a trend when they see one? Callum Thomas is the founder and head of research for Topdown Charts, a company specializing in macroeconomic studies. Callum defines top-down investing and explains how data is the most important tool for a top-down investor. He talks about how geopolitical events, could affect data. If you like to stick...


Does Your Financial Planning Account for the Worst-Case Scenario?

What happens when your financial planning backfires or doesn’t account for the worst-case scenario? Harold Evensky is a Certified Financial Planner ® who has some evergreen advice for investors. Harold meets with many investors who share the trait of being overconfident in their financial decisions. He explains how a financial planner, like himself, can help them see the big picture. Today’s guest is Harold Evensky, a Certified Financial Planner ®. He explains how he helps clients prepare...


An Investment Strategy That Offers the Best of Both Worlds

Every investor needs an investment strategy, and there are many good strategies an investor can consider. Do you know your options and what each investment strategy can offer you? Tune in to learn more about the most common choices. Colleen Jaconetti is a certified financial planner and senior investment analyst with Vanguard Investment Strategy Group. She lays out the most popular investment strategies that investors use in everyday investments. She focuses particularly on the “Dynamic...


How Cross-Border Investors Can Manage Their Money Better

If you are one of the millions of people who live outside of America and have an American brokerage account, you are a cross-border investor. Despite the scale of cross-border investing, many Americans living abroad find their American brokerage firms asking them to close their investment accounts because they have a foreign address. Fortunately, there are financial institutions dedicated to help cross-border investors. David Kuenzi is the founder of Thun Financial Advisors, an American...


Will Taxes Change for American Citizens Abroad?

American citizens abroad need to pay taxes both to their host country as well as Uncle Sam. What is being done to minimize the tax burden on these Americans? American Citizens Abroad (ACA) is leading the fight for tax reform. Marylouise Serrato, executive director of American Citizens Abroad, explains their position on international American citizens’ tax rights. Americans living abroad are currently being taxed by both the U.S. and the foreign government where they live. Glen Frost,...


Should You Worry About Currency Devaluation?

How much is your money really worth? Currency devaluation means that as the value of a currency decreases, the buying power of money decreases too. So, how do you protect your investments from devaluation, inflation and other economic crises? Ari Pine is a financial trader who has a deep interest in macroeconomics. We discuss the possibility of a global inflation and how governments get themselves in and out of difficult financial situations. Ari explains the difference between a financial...


Does Evidence-Based Investing Yield Positive Results?

There is more than one way to skin a cat, and there are multiple investment strategies you can apply to your savings. But how do you know which strategy can produce the best results for you? Today’s guest, Yariv Haim, founder and CEO of Sparrows Capital, delves into two of his favorite investing strategies: evidence-based investing and contrarian investing. Yariv defines these strategies and explains why they are effective. Should you let the facts speak for themselves, or should you rely...


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