After a three month hiatus, the Mostly Money, Mostly Canadian podcast is back. Now that filming is 99% wrapped up for the TV show, I’ve got lots more time on my hands so I should be back to the weekly podcasting schedule. Thanks for your patience everyone!
Mostly Money Mostly Canadian Episode 11
This week’s episode will be available on iTunes in a few hours (You have to click through to “view in iTunes”). You can also just use the embedded player or MP3 download below to listen to it right away.
- I had more Door Knockers come to my house wanting to rent me a hot water tank. There were two of them this time and they were worse than the last guy. It’s a lengthy recording, but it’s sad, hilarious, and hair-raising at the same time. When my girlfriend heard the recording, she said I was WAY too mean to them. What do you think?
- A primer on the U.S. Fiscal Cliff
- Looking at a new research paper that looked at the value of financial advice. The financial services are keen to trumpet the findings, but even one of the authors of the report thinks they are a bit too zealous. They’ve also misinterpreted the robustness of the results.
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Interested in being a guest?
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