On the show this week, the biggest financial crime of all time. How Bernie Madoff defrauded 270,000 investors in a $65 Billion Ponzi Scheme that went on for decades. Jim Campbell, the author of “Madoff Talks”, and one of a small handful of journalists to have extensively interviewed Madoff while he was incarcerated, joins the show to break down how Madoff got away with it, who helped him do it, and why it could happen again. Plus, we answer your most pressing cryptocurrency questions as that market gets rattled by fears of more regulation. That, and the investing term you need to know this week, on The Investopedia Express.
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Maureen Farrell of the Wall Street Journal and co-author of "The Cult of We", joins the show to unpack how the unicorn office rental/real estate company went from one of the most valued private companies on the planet to near collapse under the leadership of its cult-like leader, Adam Neumann....
Andy Serwer, Editor in Chief of Yahoo Finance joins the show to share what makes them great, and the challenges facing all investors at this stage of the recovery. Plus the investing and finance term of the week as we head into the start of earnings season.
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On this week's podcast we go inside our money minds with Morgan Housel. The best-selling author and financial columnist shares the behavioral traits that push us to make bad investing decisions, and how to re-train our minds to make the right ones. We also look out into the second half of the...