By Jason Zweig | August 20, 2017 9:10 p.m. ET
Image credit: Francis Barraud, “Nipper Listening to His Master’s Voice” (1898), Wikimedia Commons
I’ve done a few fun podcasts are radio appearances recently. Here they are in case you’d like to listen.
“Watching Your Wealth,” with my Wall Street Journal colleague Veronica Dagher, on my column about what seeing the color red can do to the investing mind, “It’s the Little Things That Can Color Your Investment Outlook”
“Marketplace Morning Report,” on Public Radio with the excellent David Brancaccio, on the implications of the rise of index funds, which I’ve most recently written about here and here:
“The Investor’s Field Guide,” Patrick O’Shaughnessy’s podcast, in which I tag-teamed with Morgan Housel of Collaborative Fund. Patrick is one of the best interviewers around, and Morgan never writes anything that doesn’t make me wish I’d written it myself. So don’t listen to this podcast because I’m on it; listen to it because they are.