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Tune in Soon to “Take the Long View” Podcasts
In addition to what I already was envisioning when we published Odds On three years ago, I was pleasantly surprised in two more ways: New friends and new clients discovered us, and our existing friends and existing clients got to know us even better.
Since the book’s release, we’ve been looking for more ways to share meaningful stories and ideas with others. It struck us: For the commuter, the long-distance runner, the family chef, and anyone else who might prefer to listen instead of read … why not take our Take the Long View® to a podcast?
So, you heard it (or technically, read it) here first:
“Take the Long View with Matt Hall” (TLV with MH) podcasts are set to debut in June!
Expect more public promotion in the months ahead, but we wanted to inform our closest followers first.
Of course, we’ll talk about investing, but don’t be surprised if we shift into related thoughts about emotions, behavior, and time management. They’re all up for grabs as topics to talk about with our guests – thought leaders who we at Hill Investment Group have learned from or are inspired by in our own journeys. Together, we’ll reframe the way you think about what it means (to you) to live richly. Similar to my goal when writing Odds On, I hope you won’t even notice the “vegetables” of educational insights we’ll bury in our sweet conversations with interesting individuals.
Are you as pumped as we are about TLV with MH? To prime your pump, here’s a clip from Episode 1 with our good friend and respected psychotherapist Marilyn Wechter, talking about why money matters are such sticky subjects for so many people.
Look for more to come, come June!
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Happenings in the Evidence Based Investing World
Hill Investment Group likes to stay on top of the evidence-based investing world. Below you will find three links to relevant and entertaining commentaries that have been shared with us.
Jared | Jason | John
- Jared Kizer thoughtfully explains the Brexit and its effects, or lack thereof in this article on MultiFactorWorld.
- Jason Zweig addresses the benefits of value and tilting in his Wall Street Journal article “Everything Is More Expensive Than It Looks”
- John Oliver humorously describes the sad but true state of many actively managed retirement plans in his show Last Week Tonight on HBO. Please know in advance, there is a bit of lewd language and subject matter in this clip.