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Category: Podcast

And That’s a Winner!

We want to share some fantastic news and recognition for the Take the Long View with Matt Hall podcast, which, despite being on hiatus since May of 2022, just earned a Signal Gold Award in the “Money & Finance” category. This international award had more than 1,700 entries from 30 countries! Revisit some of the episodes that earned Matt’s podcast its second significant award here.

Want to know the most popular episodes of all:

  1. Sid and Ann Mashburn: Tastemakers with Heart and Soul
  2. Morgan Housel: The Psychology of Money
  3. Danny Meyer: Creating a Better World Through Enlightened Hospitality
  4. David Kabiller: From “Goldman Slacks” to AQR

For details about the Signal Awards, read more here.

Podcast Episode – Meir Statman

(Photo by Jim Gensheimer)

Author, legendary professor, researcher, and consultant in behavioral finance, Meir Statman joins Matt Hall in the latest podcast episode to discuss his work and how taking the long view has paid off. We think you’ll love listening to Meir talk. For example, here is one of our favorite exchanges:

Matt Hall (11:34): How would you describe the differences between how people view and communicate about money in Israel versus in the United States?

Meir Statman (11:45): That is actually a very interesting question. One aspect of it has to do with the notion that I describe as giving with a warm hand, rather than with a cold one. Now of course, cultures in the U.S. vary greatly, and I don’t want to overgeneralize. But I think that there are many American parents who have the sense that if they give money to their kids, for example, when they complete college and they want to get married and they want to buy a house, that giving them money is going to spoil them, is going to kill any ambition in them. And that I find not just stupid, but heartless and really counterproductive. What parents can do of course is help people find their ambition, find their vocation, but you are not going to do that by depriving them of resources that they need when they’re in their 20’s and beginning.

There’s more good stuff beyond this clip. Take a listen to one of the O.G’s of the behavioral finance world.

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Featured entries from our Journal

Details Are Part of Our Difference

Podcast Episode – Meir Statman

With the Recent Events in Ukraine, Should I Make Changes to My Portfolio?

Embracing the Evidence at Anheuser-Busch – Mid 1980s

529 Best Practices

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