Every week brings a slew of new podcasts and videos. Meb Faber argues that podcasts are the perfect medium for discussions about finance and investing. You can also check out last week’s links. Tell us if there is anything we missed.


Chris Dixon, “Podcasting, on the other hand, feels fresh in the same way that other forms of social media did 5-10 years ago.”  (Chris Dixon)

Despite the recent hype podcasting has been on a slow, upward trend for awhile now.  (Marco Arment)

Mailchimp is making hay with its podcast ads on Serial and Startup.  (Quartz)

Serial is good. The marketing of it not so much.  (Leftsetz Letter)


Barry Ritholtz talks with Jack Rivkin of Altegris Investments.  (Big Picture)

Consuelo Mack talks the “magic formula” with Joel Greenblatt of Gotham Funds and author of The Big Secret for the Small Investor.  (Wealthtrack)

James Altucher talks with Tony Robbins, author of Money: Master the Game, 7 Simple Steps to Financial Freedom, about his interaction with big money players.  (James Altucher Show)

A talk with Michael Kitces of Nerd’s Eye View on how he came to be a financial planning mogul.  (YoPro Wealth)

Brian Egger author of Social Media Strategies for Investing talks about how to best spend your time online.  (Soundcloud)

Josh Brown, Felix Salmon and Joe Weisenthal talk digital journalism and finance with Charlie Rose.  (Businessweek)


How to start a startup. An online course with Sam Altman and a cast of VC luminaries.  (Startup Class)

What happens when access matters more than ownership? A discussion.  (a16z podcast)

A look at FeeX, the “Robin Hood of fees.”  (Tradestreaming)

Mixed media

A closer look at the surprisingly sophisticated market for sneakers.  (Planet Money)

A talk with Boris Johnson, mayor London and author of The Churchill Factor: How One Man Made History.  (Freakonomics Radio)

Marc Maron talks with Bret Easton Ellis author of Less Than Zero and American Psycho.  (WTF)

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