Episode 53 of 'Mostly Money, Mostly Canadian' is now available. Steadyhand funds, Morningstar, dirty underwear, and hamburgers. Makes sense.
Mark Goodfield runs The Blunt Bean Counter blog, one of my favourite blogs. When it comes to the more complex side of wealth management, Mark is an industry leader. We had a great conversation [...]
Why pay a percentage of assets when you can pay a flat rate for investment advice instead? w/ @Randy_Cass (PODCAST)
Randy Cass is the CEO and founder of Nest Wealth, a Canadian robo-advisor that uses a monthly subscription model for its fee, as opposed to charging a percentage of assets. With their [...]
How Your Heart Rhythm Might Replace The Need For Passwords w/ @KarlTheMartian of @Nymiband (Podcast)
Do you use your dog’s name as your password for everything? You’re not alone. Many people recycle their PINs, passwords, and secret questions for every service they use. It just takes [...]
The gap in interest rates between secured and unsecured debt for prime borrowers in Canada is pretty big. That’s why Andrew Graham, CEO of Borrowell, decided to set up an online lending [...]
One of the sharpest marketing minds you’ll find anywhere, Ron Tite (CEO of The Tite Group, a content marketing agency) joins me to talk about a wide range of topics such as explaining what [...]
The business of money transfers and exchanges, Bitcoin, and why FinTech isn’t special anymore (PODCAST)
On this episode of Mostly Money, Mostly Canadian, I speak with Mike Laven, the CEO of Currency Cloud. Mike has a long history in the world of financial technology and shares some insights into [...]
Yep. It happened. A new episode on the podcast. Michael Katchen, CEO of WealthSimple, was kind enough to be my guest for the re-launch of the podcast and the episode is now available on iTunes [...]
Episode 41: Employee financial education.