How do you give home owners in financial distress a way to relieve their mortgage woes? Jorge Newbery, Founder and CEO of American Homeowner Preservation, has some great options. In Episode 95 of Financial Poise Radio, he discusses many under-utilized methods that benefit both borrower and lender with host, Chris Cahill. You can learn […]
Is it a Chain that Rules or a Chain-Chain-Chain of Fools? We speak of Blockchain. In Episode 95, Lex Sokolin, Global Director of Fintech Strategy for Autonomous Research, and Chris Cahill of Financial Poise Radio discuss what blockchain is, what problems it may address (re settlement of transactions, smart contracts, and even land records […]
In episode 93 of Financial Poise Radio, our Chris Cahill and Avi Levine, of Star Funding, Inc., discuss out-of-the-box ways to finance production of goods when the customer needs them. You can find out more about Star Funding and Avi Levine here. Or you can find them here: @avilevine @STARFunding Linkedin: Avi Levine; Star Funding […]
Frauds! Fakes! Ponzis! In Episode 92, Chris Cahill and Adam Hirsch, of Robinson, Curley & Clayton speak of these fascinating things, along with RICO! Restitution! and Receivers! Adam draws upon his experience litigating business fraud cases to illustrate recoveries and defenses. See also Adam’s column — (Alleged) Frauds, Fakes and Ponzis — on www.financialpoise.com.
Back in May, Financial Poise featured an article, Social Media and the Future of Credit:? A?New Reason to Invest in Facebook? which discussed the possibility of economic advances through social media. Since then, a new collaboration of two major corporations, Amazon and Wells Fargo Bank, was reported by the Washington Post. The new partnership was noted […]
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In Episode 86, Chris Cahill and Larry Swedroe, Director of Research at Buckingham Asset Management and BAM Advisor Services, discuss Larry’s upcoming book, “Your Complete Guide to Factor-Based Investing: The Way Smart Money Invests Today” (co-authored with Andrew Berkin). Larry has the gift of assimilating academic research and conveying its practical essence in a conversational, […]
In Episode 80, marriage and family therapist Carrie Rosenbloom discusses how to cultivate thoughtfulness and discernment in those relationships which constitute the why of our achievements, both professionally and financially. You can find out more about Carrie and The Family Mediation Group here. Or you can find her here: Twitter: @mommyontherocks Facebook LinkedIn: Carrie Rosenbloom; […]
In Episode 73 of Accredited Investor Markets Radio, Sara Hanks, co-founder and CEO of CrowdCheck, reflects on?vetting?early-stage private companies seeking?online capital formation in the New World?created by?the JOBS Act.?Ms. Hanks’ perspective is also informed by her past as an SEC attorney, and her present as co-chair of the SEC Advisory Committee on Small and Emerging […]
The credit monitoring company Experian this week offered up some insights into the divide between men and women when it comes to handling their money, debt and finances. Here are the highlights: Women’s average credit score 675; men’s average score 670 Women have 3.7 percent less average debt Women have 23.5 percent more open credit […]