Ray Dalio is convinced the world order is changing. For 50 years the founder of Bridgewater Associates, the world’s biggest hedge fund, has operated as a global macro investor. Now, he thinks we have to be ready for surprises not seen in our lifetimes.
The Moneyist joins the Best New Ideas in Money Festival to answer some of the most difficult financial questions facing individuals, from estate planning and inheritances to nightmarish divorces.
|To change the world, we may need to change money first. Best New Ideas in Money podcast explores innovations that rethink how we live, work, spend, save and invest. Each week, MarketWatch financial columnist James Rogers and economist Stephanie Kelton talk to leaders in business, tech, finance and government about the next phase of money's evolution, and meet real people whose lives are being changed as these new ideas are put to the test.|
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In our previous editions of "Best New Ideas in Money", we explored the next phase in our financial evolution: the innovations that are rethinking money and unlocking exciting new possibilities.
In the first half of the year, startups faced a tougher funding environment. But now, the tides may be turning, and a potential AI gold rush could help.
This week an episode of Barron’s Streetwise, a finance podcast from our sister publication Barron’s, in which host Jack Hough takes a closer look at private equity — both the critiques of the industry and the returns.
The price of collectibles has soared in recent years. This week, we’re revisiting an episode that asks: are they still a good investment?
We put out a call for our listeners’ most pressing questions on everything economics and finance. Here are the money matters on your minds.
MarketWatch’s Levi Sumagaysay breaks down why actors, teachers, hotel workers and others are striking — and why the recent work stoppages have been in the works for decades.
MarketWatch’s Rachel Koning Beals joins us to explore some of the best new ideas in climate tech — from large-scale solutions like carbon capture and the next generation of batteries, to the latest in smart thermostats and...
We’re more than halfway through the year, and MarketWatch’s Editor in Chief Mark DeCambre joins us to take stock of last year’s calls and, importantly, preview the stories that are going to shape money the rest of the year...
About 82% of Americans are offered paid time off. Many of them aren’t using it. But according to some, taking a vacation can actually help move your career forward.
In July, Australia became the first country to legalize the psychedelic drugs psilocybin and MDMA as mental health treatments. This week, we’re revisiting an episode on the opportunities — and challenges — of bringing psyc...
MarketWatch’s Jillian Berman joins us to unpack the Supreme Court’s recent ruling, the Biden administration’s Plan B and how borrowers can prepare themselves for payment resumptions.
Cindy Parlow Cone, a two-time Olympic gold medalist, World Cup winner, and president of the United States Soccer Federation, joins us to talk about the U.S. women’s soccer team’s successful fight for equal pay.
Supporters say nuclear power is the key to meeting our energy needs and beating climate change. Critics say it's expensive and dangerous. Does nuclear have a role to play in our energy future?
A buzzy de-extinction startup is using genetic engineering and restorative biology for big projects — like bringing back the wooly mammoth. Gene-editing pioneer George Church joins us to discuss the venture.
When will we land on Mars, and how soon are we going back to the Moon? Mike Massimino, a former astronaut, talks about some of the big new ideas in space.
Bruce Feiler, author of the new book The Search, talks about career assumptions that make us unhappy, and what he calls the fourth-biggest change in the history of work.
Oil has a big impact on just about everything, from the price of gas and the cost of your groceries, to the economy more broadly. Top oil analyst Helima Croft joins us for a look at the dynamics of today's oil market.
Many companies say they want to be innovative, but they also don’t want to fail. A new pop-up museum in Brooklyn’s Industry City explores the upside of failure.
That's the premise of Tulsa Remote, and the program is far from alone: Cities across the country are competing for workers who can work from anywhere.
It's the latest evolution in the installment payment plan. But amid economic turmoil, what should consumers consider about this non-credit-card financing method?
We’re revisiting an episode looking into advice in popular personal finance and how it compares to academic theory.