30th May 2024

I wished to share a couple of ideas concerning the new podcast we formally launched in December of final 12 months, On the Cash.

The thought behind the present: Brief, targeted conversations with consultants about any and all points that have an effect on you and your cash, from spending it to investing it. Consider it as a guided tour of key concepts, sherpaed with the consultants who I imagine add monumental worth to our understanding of how people do behave — and may behave — round cash.

By quick, I imply 10-minutes (15 tops) or a 1,000-2,000 phrase transcript that takes even much less time to learn.

Presently, it’s a part of the Masters in Enterprise feed, however finally, I’d prefer to see ATM have its personal podcast feed.

On the Cash was designed to be somewhat lighter and extra enjoyable than the same old pods; not its topics or visitors, however relatively, how targeted and tight the discussions are. I wished to mirror that within the thumbnail tile (above) in addition to audio soundscape of the present.

As a lot as I get pleasure from these recordings, essentially the most enjoyable half for me is discovering an audio / music clip that fits the subject and the dialogue. Bloomberg licensed the whole BMI/Ascap catalog, so I’ve entry to an infinite array of music from the 1940s to the current date. I can solely use below 30 seconds at a time, however nonetheless, it’s a humiliation of riches to select from, and infinite enjoyable for me.

To date, I’ve run the gamut from Daft Punk to BB King, the Rolling Stones to Monty Python. The problem comes when run-of-the-mill investing/financial subject seems to be esoteric by way of music; assume Inflation or Contrarian investing. Its a enjoyable little problem to search out one thing that may be a little enjoyable but on level.


The total archive of On the Cash with transcripts are right here; it’s also possible to discover these in your favourite pod websites within the MiB feed on Apple Podcasts, YouTube, Spotify, and Bloomberg.

Introducing “At The Cash” (December 7, 2023)

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