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Doug Goldstein hosts the weekly one-hour financial radio show, “Goldstein on Gelt,” every Monday at 7:00 PM (Israel time). Tune in to Israel National Radio and click on the “Listen Live” button. Or, click on one of the selected interviews below. To stream the individual interview to your computer, click on each guest's name below:

Julie Deane, founder and president of the Cambridge Satchel Company,


Jed Kolko, chief economist and vice-president of analytics at Trulia’s research programs.
 
Jim Tobin, is the founder and president of Ignite Social Media, one of the world’s leading social media marketing agencies.

Dan Shechtman,NOBEL PRIZE WINNER DAN SCHECHTMAN, who is running to be the NEXT PRESIDENT OF ISRAEL
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Jacob Morgan, Jacob is the principal and co-founder of Chess Media Group, a management consulting and strategic advisory firm on the future of work and collaboration.

Wendy Hirschhorn, an entrepreneur who figured out how to harness to power and marketing influence of an unlikely group – mommy bloggers.


Diane Coyle, professor of economics at Manchester University and author of GDP: A Brief But Affectionate History and The Economics of Enough,


Charles Calomiris, professor at Columbia University and co-author of Fragile by Design,


Dalit Braun, the CEO of Pick N Tell.

Seth Yossi Siegel, co-founder and vice chairman of Sixpoint Partners,


Daniel Rudnitsky, portfolio manager and vice-president of product development at SMH Capital Advisors,

Ted Alling,serial entrepreneur and managing partner of the Lamp Post group,


Douglas Scharre,Dr. Douglas Scharre, a neurologist at Ohio State University, speaks about dementia, Alzheimer’s Disease, and other disorders that affect the mental faculties of older people.

Eswar Prasad, professor of economics at Cornell University and author of The Dollar Trap:
  
John O'Connor,president and chief investment officer of 3-D Asset Management,

Gordon D'Angeloauthor of the bestseller Vision: Your Pathway to Victory, discusses how having a vision helps you to realize your goals.
 
John Lee Dumas, author of Podcast Launch and creator of the Entrepreneur on Fire daily podcast,talks about business and podcasting. 

Kirk Sorensen, the founder of Flibe Energy talks about what thorium is and why it could become a major source of energy in the future.

Richard Martin,who is a contributing editor to Wired magazine and the author of Superfuel, explains the advantages of using thorium and why it is such a safe and effective alternative to commercial nuclear fuels.
 
Paul Piff, a social psychologist and post-doctoral scholar in the Psychology Department at the University of California, Berkeley, discusses how having money affects behavior.

Margie Warrell, author of Stop Playing Safe, explains why it is sometimes better to take a risk and how to calculate risk without emotion or fear.

David Epstein, author of The Sports Gene, discusses the true secret of sporting talent - nature or nurture.

Dmitri Leonov, vice-president of growth at Sanebox, presents the Three Email Commandments. 

Peter Diamond, winner of the 2010 Nobel Prize for Economics, explains the purpose of Social Security and how recent policies may affect the U.S. economy. 

Interview with Tina Sacchi-January 6th 2014
Tina Sacchi, holistic healer, speaker, and author of My Spirit is Not Religious: A Guide to Living Your Authentic Life, speaks about spirituality

Interview with Arieh Warshel-January 6th 2014
Arieh Warshel, winner of the 2013 Nobel Prize for Chemistry and a professor of chemistry at the University of Southern California talks about the application of chemical processes to everyday life and the financing of scientific research.

Geoff Colvin, senior editor-at-large at Fortune Magazine and author of The Upside of the Downturn, returns to the show to talk about optimism and business strategies in today's economy.

Jenny Olson, a doctoral candidate in marketing at the University of Michigan, explains her study showing that people generally prefer to date savers rather than spenders.

Sally Shields, mother, pianist, and author of The Daughter-in-Law Rules: 101 Surefire Ways to Make Friends with Your Mother-in-Law, discusses how to make your book into a bestseller.

Email management expert Michael Linenberger, author of Total Workday Control Using Microsoft Outlook, shares his tips on how to make your workday more productive.

Daniel J. Lewis, podcaster, website designer, and consultant, talks about podcasting and the future of radio.

Peter Vishton, Associate Professor of Psychology at College of William and Mary, talks about the power of memory.

Libby Gill, author of Capture the Mindshare and the Market Share Will Follow, and CEO of Libby Gill & Company, explains why gaining trust is so important when building up a business.

Joanna Penn, author of seven books, including One Day in Budapest, and blogger on TheCreativePenn.com, talks about how to publish your book worldwide.

Jack Bergstrand, CEO of Brand Velocity and author of Reinvent Your Enterprise, discusses branding and company image.

Peter Rodriguez, associate dean of the Darden School of Business at Virginia University, speaks about the world economy and whether it's worthwhile to invest in South America.

Professor Michael Roberto of Bryant University, author of Know What You Don't Know, discusses pattern recognition and other methods of discovering and dealing with problems before they really arise.

Professor Randall Bartlett of Smith University, author of the Great Courses' Think Like an Economist, explains how to apply economic rationale to everyday life.

Jay Myers, author of Hitting the Curveballs: How Crisis Can Strengthen and Grow Your Business, discusses how a crisis can build you rather than bringing you down. 

Lars Peter Hansen, winner of the Nobel Prize for Economics 2013, talks about applying economic models to real life.

Steve Dotto, host of the TV show Dotto Tech, explains how modern technology can make your life easier and more productive.

Dina Proctor, author of Madly Chasing Peace: How I went from Hell to happy in 9 minutes a day, shares her 3x3 meditation technique and explains how it can improve your life.

Timothy Taylor, author of The Instant Economist: Everything you need to know about how the economy works and managing editor of The Journal of Economic Perspectives, speaks about the world's economy.

Professor Edward Burger, president of Southwestern University and co-author of The Five Elements of Effective Thinking, talks about how thinking effectively will benefit you in life.

Professor Connel Fullenkamp of Duke University speaks about what you need to know when checking out investments and how to get on the road to financial success.

World-renowned wine expert Jennifer Simonetti-Bryan, author of The One Minute Wine Master, shares her knowledge of the wine industry,

Michael Moss, author of Salt, Sugar, Fat, reveals what's in the food you eat.

Shawn Achor, author of The Happiness Advantage, explains how being happy can make you more successful.

Gavin Andresen, lead developer of the Bitcoin digital currency project, explains what Bitcoin is and the concept of a digital currency.

Bob Rosenschein, American-Israeli entrepreneur, talks about his latest startup - Curiyo - a revolutionary 

Charles Lewis Sizemore, CFA, founder and editor of The Sizemore Investment Letter, talks about investing in real estate and gives his predictions for the investment future in Europe, America, and the United Kingdom.

Angus Deaton, Dwight D. Eisenwhower professor of economics and international affairs at Princeton University, and author of The Great Escape: Health, Wealth, and the Origins of Inequality, discusses social gaps and why poverty still exists in the modern world.

Meet Gary Becker, economist and Nobel Prize winner, who speaks about how your family can be compared with a factory, and how you can make your family enterprise into a success.

Jack Dean, author of the Pensions Tsunami blog, talks about American pensions. 

Dr. Steven Novella, an academic clinical neurologist at the Yale University School of Medicine and president and co-founder of the New England Skeptical Society, explains why critical thinking is so important in making decisions.

Charles Nenner, founder of the Charles Nenner Research Center, shares his insights on predicting and timing the markets, as well as the connection between sportsmanship and financial success.

Professor Michael Lynn of Cornell University discusses tipping and why it is still widely practiced in cafes and restaurants today.

Ben Lang, entrepreneur and creator of Mapped in Israel, speaks about Israel's unique qualities as a startup nation.

Martin Wolf, associate editor and cheif economics commentator of the Financial Times, discusses deflation and the measurement of economic growth

Jason Bond, owner of Bond Swing Trades and Bond day Trades, talks about swing trading.

Elizabeth Fideler of the Sloan Center on Aging and Work at Boston college explains why many people are retiring later and why women over the age of 55 are a growing workforce.

Betty Shotton, former pilot and CEO and founder of Liftoff Leadership, returns to the show to explain how the laws of aviation can be applied to business and life.

Professor Walter Williams of George Mason University returns to Goldstein on Gelt to explain why imposing a minimum wage will not improve social conditions or alleviate poverty.

Analytics advocate Daniel Waisberg explains how to make Google work for your small business.

Chess grandmaster Boris Gelfand talks about the intellectual treasures we can find in chess.

Jim Jatras, former State Department official and specialist in international relations, government affairs, and legislative politics, explains why FATCA is very unfair to American citizens living abroad.

John Goodmanpresident and CEO of National Policy Analysis and author of Priceless: Curing the Healthcare Crisis, explains the current crisis in the American healthcare system and offers possible solutions.

Kimberly Foss, president and founder of Empyrion Wealth Management and author of Wealthy by Design, speaks about her book. 

Nobel Prize winner Edmund S. Phelps returns to the show to talk about his new book, Mass Flourishing.

Harvard Business School Professor Clayton Christensen, author of The Innovator's Dilemma, discusses innovation and launching new ventures in business and life.

Peter Sims, author of Little Bets-How Breakthrough Ideas Emerge From Small Discoveries, talks about the way in which small ideas can evolve into major discoveries.

Stanley Barg, chairman of STEP (Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners) speaks about the importance of good estate planning, especially if you or your children live abroad.

Yehudit Sidikman, director of women's self-defense center El Halev, explains how to go back to work without fear.

Avner Buntman of Forex Israel speaks about foreign currency and the best ways to exchange and make use of it.

Tom Becker of Oceanskies explains why nationality is important.

Economist Dr. Bharata P. Bhatta speaks about why people should be charged for overweight - not just their luggage.

Dan Gainor returns to the show to talk about the IRS and its attitude to U.S. Conservative political groups.

International business coach and global attitude architect Katya Barry shares tips and insights on how to make your business go international.

Jonathan Eley, personal finance editor of the Financial Times, discusses the Cyprus banking crisis and how it has affected Europe. 

Ron Lieber, a columnist for The New York Times, winner of the Loeb Award, and best-selling author of Taking Time Off: Inspiring Stories of Students Who Enjoyed Successful Breaks from College, speaks about teaching kids about money.

Nobel Prize winner Professor Kenneth Arrow shares his insights on social choice theory.

Dr. Jeff Cornwall,author of the blog, "The Entrepreneurial Mind," discusses what it takes to open and run a small business.

Michael NortonAssociate Professor at Harvard Business School and the coauthor of the new book, Happy Money: The Science of Smarter Spending, tells us if money can really buy happiness.

James Owen Weatherall, assistant professor of logic and the philosophy of science at the University of California in Irvine, and the author of The Physics of Wall Street tells about the science of money and the connection between finance and physics.

Thom Ruhe, vice president of Entrepreneurship at the Kauffman Foundation, talks about what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur and the various chances out there for businesspeople who are just starting out in the field. 

David Leonhardt, Washington bureau chief of The New York Times and author of Here's the Deal:How Washington Can Solve the Deficit and Spur Growth, talks about America's deficit problem and some possible solutions.

Andrew R. Wilson, professor of Strategy and Policy at the United States Naval War College, tells us why we need to study the strategies of history and ancient arts of war today.

Penny Sansevieri, founder and head of Author Marketing Experts, returns to the show to share more ideas on how to market your ebook and make money online.

Jay Shultz, president of the Am Yisrael Foundation, and head of seven non-profits serving the international community in Tel Aviv, speaks about the opportunities for new immigrants in Israel's city that never sleeps.

Jim Rogers, financial commentator, adventurer, investment expert,and author, shares his wisdom and talks about why investing in commodities can be advantageous.

Jeremy Hess of IsraTransfer speaks about the movement of foreign currency and the state of the New Israeli Shekel.

Michael Salemi, professor emeritus at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, talks about banking today.

Alana Newhouse, editor-in-chief of Tablet Magazine, speaks about modern Jewish journalism and the role of the Internet in spreading news today.

Doug Shadel, senior director of Washington's AARP and a leading expert on fraud and the elderly, tells us how we can protect older people from widespread scams and cons.

Professor Jerry Z Muller of the Catholic University of America speaks about his book Capitalism and the Jews.

Richard Wilson, founder of the Family Offices Group, president of Richard Wilson Capital Partners, and author, explains what hedge funds and family offices are, and how they can help you.

Meir Nissensohn, former general manager of IBM in Israel, speaks about what Israel offers to multinational companies and what multinational companies can offer to Israel.

Eric Siegel, author of Predictive Analytics: The Power to Predict Who Will Click, Buy, Lie, or Die, discusses data mining and predictive analysis. 

Charles Duhigg, staff writer at the New York Times and author of The Power of Habit, talks about the effect of habit upon our lives.

David Allen, author, consultant,  lecturer, and founder and CEO of the David Allen Company, speaks about how to lower stress levels created by handling money.

Author Amity Shlaes returns to the Goldstein on Gelt show to discuss her new book, Coolidge.

Anat Admati, author of The Bankers' New Clothes, talks about the situation of the banking system today.

Ken Lopez, who specializes in books, talks about the treasures he has found among authors' discarded papers and books. 

Nobel Prize winner Professor Christopher A. Sims shares his vision of the world economy over the next 10 years.

Darlene Hart, chairman of the U.S. Tax & Financial Services Group, talks about what you need to know before moving to another country.

Jackie Bugnion of the ACA tells Doug everything U.S. expats need to know about the taxes they need to file.

Author Chris Pavone talks about his experiences as a U.S. expat in Europe and how it inspired him to write his best-selling thriller, The Expats.

Insurance agent Rony Hadid describes the various retirement and pension funds in Israel.

Joe Carlen, author of The Einstein of Money, explains the effect that its subject, Benjamin Graham, had on finance and economics. 

Mike Mayo, finance analyst and author of Exile on Wall Street, talks about the reasons for the recent credit crunch and the state of Wall Street today.

CPA Ron Zalben explains the various tax laws that apply to U.S. citizens living abroad.

Tax attorney Dave Wolf talks about tax amnesties and other legal ways for U.S. expats to lighten the tax load.

Professor Arthur Benjamin, mathematics expert and magician, tells us how to apply math to everyday life and why, in the calculator age, we still need mental arithmetic.

Terry Savageauthor of The New Savage Number: How Much Money Do Really You Need to Retire? tells us when we should start planning for retirement and what we need.

Professor Meir Statman returns to the show to tell us more about the factors that affect our financial decisions and behavior.

Julie Deane, owner of The Cambridge Satchel Company, explains how opening a business helped her to realize a dream.

Jonathan Trent of NASA Ames Research Center and adjunct professor in molecular engineering at UC Santa Cruz, talks about bio-fuels and how they may be a real alternative to oil and other fuels.

John Kraft of DA Davidson speaks about the future of banking technology. 

Henry Juszkiewicz, CEO of Gibson Guitar Corp, shares his opinions on the Lacey Act and how government intervention on the protection of natural resources can sometimes do more harm than good.

Dalton Kehoe, senior scholar of communication studies, shares the secrets of how we talk to each other.

Peter Anstis, founder of Expatsradio.com, tells Doug what happens to the financial and voting rights of UK expats abroad.

Jerry Sanders, CEO of SkyTran, introduces us to a great new form of transportation

Gail Reynolds shares more of  her insights on business and motherhood and how to combine the two.

Anne Hornung-Soukup, finance director of ACA (American Citizens Abroad), returns to the Goldstein on Gelt show to tell us more about U.S. taxes for American citizens abroad.

Nobel Prize laureate Professor Robert Aumann returns to Goldstein on Gelt to share more insights on pairwise matching.

Professor Michael Starbird, author of  The Five Elements of Effective Thinking, returns to the Goldstein on Gelt show to speak about the meaning of statistics. 

Find out what strategic thinking is, and how it can help you to become successful in business and life from this interview with Stanley Ridgley, professor at Drexel University and author of The Complete Guide to Business School Presentations: What your professors don’t tell you...what you absolutely must know

Therapist and life coach Diane Lang returns to the show to share more of her insights on stress and money. 

What is optimism? Conductor of the Boston Symphony orchestra and author of The Art of Possibility Benjamin Zander once again shares his positive attitude to life on the Goldstein on Gelt show.

Sherrie Miller of Choices of the Heart returns to Goldstein on Gelt to talk about how finance and money play a big part in marriage and domestic harmony.

Amir Peleg of TaKaDu returns to the Goldstein on Gelt show to discuss the water industry.

Are we bombarded with too much information? Find out when David Shenk, author of Data Smog and The Immortal Game, returns to the show

Professor Andre Geim, winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2010, returns to the show to discuss the gap between academia and industry.

Find out about market design and how it affects our lives from this interview with Alvin Roth, winner of the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences in 2012

Susan Dzieduszycka-Suinat, president and cofounder of the Overseas Vote Foundation, explains why voting is still important, even if you live abroad

Ryan McKenzie, director of Infobarrel.com, returns to Goldstein on Gelt to give more interesting tips on how to make money by crowdsourcing and using your creative talents.

Nobel Prize laureate Professor Robert Aumann returns to the Goldstein on Gelt show to speak about pairwise matching and how we can apply it to daily life.

Nicholas Wapshottformer New York bureau chief of The Times, editor of the Saturday Times, founding editor of The Times Magazine, and best -selling author  talks about the differences between Keynes and Hayek and how their approaches have affected modern economics.

Get the lowdown on inflation, what it means, and how it affects us by listening to Zane Brown,partner and fixed income strategist at Lord Abbett. 

Find out what makes us think and how we make decisions in this interview with Professor Michael Starbird, a mathematics professor and author of The Five Elements of Effective Thinking.

Lillian S. Cauldwell, CEO of Passionate World Radio, is also a talented author. Find out about her new book, The Anna Mae Mysteries, and how to write for teens in the modern world.

Doug speaks to Brian Luff, who has written comedy shows for British television and is a visiting lecturer in comedy writing at South Bank University in London, about how to bring humor to the workplace. 

Find out how Gail Reynolds went from being an Avon lady to one of Britain's richest women entrepreneurs.

Anne Hornung-Soukoup, finance director of the ACA (American Citizens Abroad) speaks about how U.S. tax regulations affect American citizens living abroad..

Kenneth Rogoff, Professor of Economics at Harvard University and former Chief Economist at the International Monetary Fund, tells us about his new book, This Time is Different: Eight Centuries of Financial Folly. 

Top therapist, educator, and life coach Diane Lang returns to the Goldstein on Gelt show to share her insights about mothers returning to work.
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How do you buy a successful business in Israel? Yisrael Factor, CEO of Israel Business Brokers, explains.

Why do so many people fall prey to Ponzi schemes? Find out how to avoid becoming the next victim by listening to this interview with Tamar Frankel, author of The Ponzi Scheme Puzzle and professor of Law at the Boston University School of Law.

What is crowd funding? And how does it help business? Jason Best and Sherwood Neiss of Crowdfunding Capital Advisors explain.

Are you wired for sound? Find out how sound can affect your marketing decisions from this great interview with Julian Treasure, author of Sound Business and chairman of the Sound Agency.

Dale T. Mortensen, Professor of Economics at Northwestern University and winner of the 2010 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences (with Christopher Pissarides and Peter Diamond), shares his insights on the economy, markets, and more.

Keith Chen, an associate professor of economics at the Yale School of Management. Tune into tonight’s show to find out whether your choice of language affects your economic attitudes.

Liz Weisman, president of the Wiseman Group in Silicon Valley, explains what it takes to be a good leader and gives an overview of her bestselling book, Multipliers: How the Best Leaders Make Everyone Smarter

Robert Shiller, a professor of economics at Yale and author of Irrationally Exuberant, among other works, speaks about his latest book, Finance and the Good Society.

Diane Lang returns to the show to share her insights on how to cope emotionally with retirement.

David Meerman Scott shares his insights on marketing methods of the modern age.

Ann Rutledgea founding principal of R&R Consulting, tells us what rating agencies and do and defines the meaning of structured finance.,

Doug interviews Edmund S. Phelps, winner of the 2006 Nobel Prize for Economics, McVickar Professor of Political Economy at Columbia University, and Director of Columbia’s Center on Capitalism and Society. 
Doug meets Pat Huddlestona former Enforcement Branch Chief at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, author of “The Vigilant Investor,” and founder of “Investors’ Watchdog,” who speaks about the ways to avoid investment fraud. 

John Flint, vice-president of the Association of Americans Resident Overseas (AARO), talks about the rights of Americans living abroad and everything they need to know. 

Bill Siegel, author of The Control Factor, discusses some interesting insights into human nature, as well as how "the control factor" has affected American policy towards Islam.
 
This week, Professor Alan M. Dershowitz, famous attorney and Professor of Law at Harvard University, returns to the show to discuss the Iranian threat.

Doug meets Rabbi Yitzhak Lifshitzsenior fellow in the Shalem Center’s Department of Philosophy and author of “Judaism, Law, and The Free Market, who explains the relationship between Judaism and the free market.

Kevin Mitnick, one of America's most famous computer hackers and author of Ghost in the Wires, returns to the Goldstein on Gelt show to share his experiences of computer hacking and to explain what ethical hacking is.

Doug interviews David Tompkinspresident of TFG Global Insurance Solutions Ltd. and operator of the expatriate division Expat Financial.

On this week's show, Wayne Allyn Rootbestselling author of seven books a regular guest on Fox News, and a featured speaker at Tea Party events throughout America, tells us why government employees are overpaid.

On this week's show, Dr. Woody, author of The YOU Plan: A 5-step Guide to Taking Charge of Your Career in the New Economy, speaks to Doug about success and how to improve our lives.
 
What are the tax laws for Americans living abroad? Find out from this interview with Marylouise Serrato, executive director of ACA (American Citizens Abroad) and manager of the organization's office at its Geneva headquarters in Switzerland.

What is the connection between art and money? Find out from this interview with attorney Amy J. Goldrich, who specializes in art investment.

Doug speaks to Eli Hoffman, VP and copy editor in chief of Seeking Alpha. 

On this week's show, Verne Harnish, author of Mastering the Rockefeller Habits and founder and CEO of Gazelles, a global executive education and coaching company, talks about developing good business habits.

Michael E. Gerber, author of The E Myth: Why Most Businesses Don’t Work and What to Do About It, shares his theories and explains why his book is more relevant today than ever before.

Vice president of marketing at Wix, Omer Shai, returns to the show to tell us all about HTML-5 and how this new technology is used to build websites.

This week, therapist, author, and Adjunct Professor Diane Lang tells how to teach our children the financial facts of life.

Meet Jerry Corley on this week's show - founder of the Stand Up Comedy Clinic and comedy teacher, and find out how to introduce humor into the workplace.

Elinor Ostrom, winner of the Nobel Prize for Economic Science in 2009, tells Doug what's like to be a woman in a man's world, and also about her thoughts for the American economy.

Dan Gainor, director of the Business & Media Institute, makes a second appearance on the Goldstein on Gelt, in which he talks about global warming and whether it is a real phenomenon or media hype.

Tai Aguirre, producer of The Expat Show, tells us about radio for American expats and how his show began.

Find out the secrets of success on this interview with Brian Tracychairman and CEO of Brian Tracy International.

Does a criminal's background affect his way of thinking?  Danish psychologist Nicolae Sennels, who has worked with young offenders in Copenhagen, provides some answers.

Why would anyone want to be a computer hacker? And what is the most positive use for these skills? Find out from this week's interview with Kevin Mitnick, hacker extraordinaire and best-selling author of Ghost in the Wires.

This week, famous investigative journalist and author Vicky Ward rejoins the show to tell us about her latest career move and the future of modern PR.

On this week's show, Jim Richardson returns to tell us more about humor in the corporate world.

Find out everything you wanted to know about making a great cup of coffee from this week's great interview with Dr. Alon Halevy, author of The Infinite Emotions of Coffee and leader of the structured data group at Google Research.

We gain some more interesting insights into our relationships from Laurie Puhn, best-selling author of Fight Less, Love More: 5-Minute Conversations to Change Your Relationship without Blowing Up or Giving In.

This week, Harold Vinegar of of Israel Energy Initiatives returns to tell us more about Israel's growing natural gas and oil industry.

What would the world be like if we didn't get old? Dr. Aubrey de Grey of the SENS Foundation returns to the show to share some of his insights. 

How can we protect ourselves in today's sophisticated world? Bob Arno returns to Goldstein on Gelt to tell us how.

What is the secret of true genius? David Shenk, author of The Genius In All Of Us, returns to the Goldstein on Gelt show to give us some answers. 

Who is George Soros, and what is his Open Society Fund? Find out from this interview with Dan Gainor, director of the Business & Media Institute.

How do puzzles sharpen the mind? And how does the technique used to solve them help with investing? Scott Kim, puzzle designer and co-author of The Playful Brain, gives us the answers.

What is the role that Google plays in our lives? Steve Pociask tells us the effect 

How important is the Iran threat? And what can be done about it? Find out from this interview with Yoram Ettinger, leading commentator on Middle East Affairs, who returns to the Goldstein on Gelt show to share his insights.

Chef Yochanan Lambiase, founder of the Jerusalem Culinary Institute, returns to the Goldstein on Gelt show to give us the best recipe for starting a small business.

Doug welcomes Tony Buzan once again, to find out more about how we can think creatively.

Some of the best speeches contain a little humor. Find out how from Doug's interview with Jim Richardson on the Goldstein on Gelt show. 

How do the markets affect consumer confidence, and what is behavioral finance? Ken Fisher, chairman and CEO of Fisher Investments, and Forbes Portfolio Strategy Columnist gives us some answers.

How does money affect our relationships with the people we love the most? Laurie Puhn, author of Fight Less, Love More: 5-Minute Conversations to Change Your Relationship without Blowing Up or Giving In tells us how to handle our finances without it causing tension at home. 

What is a tax amnesty? Find out in this interview with tax specialist Jeff Broide.

Former Nobel Prize winner  Michael Spence  returns for this week's show.

Does Israel have a potential foothold in the oil industry? Find out by listening to Doug's interview with Harold Vinegar, the former Chief Scientist of Royal Dutch Shell, who today serves as the Chief Scientist of Israel Energy Initiatives in Jerusalem.

Doug interviews Dr. Daniel J. Levitin, an associate professor of Psychology, Behavioral Neuroscience, and Music at McGill University in Montreal.
 
Doug interviews Matan Talmi, founder and director of Drippler, which provides constant information on gadgets, keeping clients in sync with the latest updates.

Ryan Mackenzie is the director of Infobarrel.com, and he speaks to Doug about the opportunities in Internet blogging.

How can an American be an Israeli minister? Find out from Doug's interview with Eli Groner, Israel's Minister of Economic Affairs to the United States.

Bob Arno, an expert on street crime and theft tells Doug how a pickpocket thinks and how we can protect ourselves.

This week, Doug speaks to Geoff Colvin, the senior editor of Fortune magazine and the author of Talent is Overrated – What really separates world-class performers from everybody else.
 
Professor Michael Spence received the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences in 2001 for his contributions to the analysis of markets with asymmetric information.

Governor Rick Scott of Florida speaks to Doug about the Israel-U.S. relationship. 

Omer Shai, vice director of marketing at Wix, explains how people can create their own websites very easily. You can also enjoy watching a great video of the Goldstein on Gelt interview with Omer Shai.

Doug interviews the winner of the 2011 Nobel Prize for Chemistry, Daniel Shechtman.

New York Congressman Michael Grimm speaks about America's relationship with Israel. You can also enjoy a great video of the Goldstein on Gelt interview with Michael Grimm.

Doug interviews Penny Sansevierifounder and head of Author Marketing Exports, about the future of books in the Internet age. There is also a video of the Goldstein on Gelt interview with Penny Sansevieri.

Penina First, founder and head of SWIFTO, talks about how to get workers at the last minute.

Doug speaks to Nicholas Shaxson, a British journalist and the author of the bestseller Poisoned Wells: the Dirty Politics of African Oil about tax havens and why many governments are clamping down on this. You can also watch a video of the Goldstein on Gelt interview with Nicholas Shaxson

Veteran author and CEO Betty Shotton talks about the qualities of leadership in the modern world.

Sol Tzvi of Genieo Innovation returns to Goldstein on Gelt - but this time to speak about her new CD and the modern music industry. There is a fascinating video of the Goldstein on Gelt interview with Sol Tzvi

Walter Dailey of Dailey Sound Vector Media Group & Creative Services talks about modern day marketing. Watch a great video of the Goldstein on Gelt interview with Walter Dailey.

Hersh Shefrin comes back to the Goldstein on Gelt show, to speak more about behavioral finance. There is a fascinating video of the Goldstein on Gelt interview with Hersh Shefrin.

Thomas Woods returns, to talk once again about government control. Watch an interesting video of the Goldstein on Gelt interview with Thomas Woods.

Matti Mintz of Tel Aviv University reveals the potential of the synthetic brain, developed by his team.

Ofer Amsalem of Sweet n Karem speaks to Doug about the gourmet chocolate industry in Israel.

Liron Mazor of Greengrass Wealth Management speaks about the financial future of South Africa.

Online business blogger Pat Flynn speaks to Doug about how he managed to build a successful business on the Internet.

Bernie Goetz, who taught an entire city how to become crime-free, speaks about why the memorial to the World Trade Center is a failure and what the plans for the site actually entail.

Stephan Siegel of the University of Washington talks about the relationship between genetics and our spending habits.
 
Jane Stevenson, co-author of the best seller Breaking Away, returns to the show to speak about leadership and innovation in the business world.

Today, Doug speaks to Cecilia D'Oliveira, executive director at MIT Open Courseware.

Matt Kibbe, the President and CEO of FreedomWorks, tells Doug about the flat tax and what this means. 

Art Harman, the director of the Coalition to Save Manned Space Exploration, speaks about the future of the U.S. space program. 

Find out why and how the sound of our voice can ensure our success in this interview with world famous voice trainer Roger Love.

Find out why and how the sound of our voice can ensure our success in this interview with world famous voice trainer Roger Love.

Listen to how humor defuses tension and stress at work in this fascinating interview with counselor and comic David Granirer, author of The Happy Neurotic: How Fear and Angst Can Lead To Happiness and Success.

Doug Turner, founder of Millionaire's Concierge, talks about the high life.

Joshua Weiss of FreshBiz talks about a dynamic game that he has pioneered, teaching entrepreneurial thinking.

Expert lecturer Yoram Ettinger returns to the show to talk about U.S.-Israel relations.

Find out about the human side of modern business practices with Joseph A. Michelli, author of The Starbucks Experience.

Rabbi Spivak, broadcaster, commentator, and dean of the Eyshel Avraham Rabbinical Seminary, tells whether America is still the "Golden Land" dreamed of by immigrants years ago.

Professor Aubrey De Grey speaks about how infirmity in old age may become a thing of the past.

Best-selling author Thomas Woods speaks about control and governments.

Sol Tzvi of Genieo Innovation explains how you can turn your personal computer into your own home newspaper and adapt it to your own specific needs.

What is the big secret for small investors? Find out by listening to Doug's interview with author Joel Greenblatt, who is also the founder and managing partner of Gotham capital.

Professor Walter Williams returns to the Goldstein on Gelt Show to share his observations on the free market and economics.

Listen to Jaime Tardy share some of the knowledge she has gained from interviewing real millionaires. 

Professor Alan Dershowitz speaks about whether Israel is about to lose western support.

Joe Titlow of ZCorporation talks about a new dawn in technology with the 3-D printer.

Professor Hersh Shefrin discusses why and how we make our financial decisions by taking a look at behavioral finance.

Jane Stevenson, author of Breaking Away, talks about why some innovations are more successful than others.

Warren Adelman of the major online hosting company Go Daddy speaks about online hosting and your business.

Yoram Ettinger, an expert lecturer on U.S. politics, US-Israel relations, the Arab-Israeli conflict and Middle East affairs and former Minister for Congressional Affairs at Israel's Embassy in Washington, DC, discusses the relationship between Israel and the United States. 

Corporate governance expert Douglas Branson talks about the differences that still exist between men and women in the workplace.

Best-selling author and former Wall Street banker William Cohan shares his insights on the power of the banks.

Professor Barry Schwartz returns to Goldstein on Gelt to share more of his wisdom on the art of making decisions. 

Allan Lonz, president and CEO of Advisor Vault, talks about backing up corporate data.

Marc Mandel, chairman and CEO of Wall Street Radio.Net, talks about investing in the summer.

Barbara Monteiro speaks about how to get started as a first-time author.

Listen to Erez Kalir, the CEO and co-founder of Sabretooth Capital Management, talk about investment strategies and today's economy.

Rabbi Uziel Admoni, founder of Charity Safebox, talks about the pitfalls of giving charity and how to donate wisely.

Former chess grandmaster Raymond Keene talks about adapting chess techniques for making investment decisions.

This leading economics professor talks about race and economics and why the free market is not the cause of poverty.

This week, Tony Buzan revisits Goldstein on Gelt and tells us more about mind mapping and how this can help us in our everyday lives.

Professor Aumann, a winner of the Nobel Prize for Economics, discusses his fascinating game theory and what this means.

This week, Professor Odean returns to tell us about how pride,regret, and similar emotions affect our investment decisions.

Scott Brusaw, an electrical engineer with over 20 years of industry experience, is developing revolutionary technology for solar roadways. In this interview, he explains what this is all about.

Former chess grandmaster Ilya Gurevitch talks about applying the principles of playing chess to successful investing.

Leading businessman and philanthropist Lewis B. Cullman speaks about giving charity and his Chess in the Schools project.

Grandmaster and leader of the Social Brain Project at the Royal Society of Arts, Jonathan Rowson, speaks about the art of decision making and how the thought processes involved in chess affect the way we make decisions.

Doug interviews Fred Solomon Jr., fellow radio show host and head of Solomon Financial Mortgage and Realty, on the housing market situation.

Leading psychologist Barry Schwartz discusses the effects of the free market on our lives and whether we need to be spoiled for choice.

Listen to an interview with popular American orthodox Rabbi Shmuley Boteach on the subject of money and family life.

Hear Tony Buzan, inventor of mind mapping, speak to Doug about The Mind Map Technique.

Marc Mandel, Chairman and CEO of Wall Street Radio.Net, speaks to Doug on how to make successful investment decisions.


Leo Melamed, father of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, talks about the American free market ideal and recalls how his flight from the Nazis and his family's rescue by Japanese consul Chiune Sugihara influenced his financial outlook as an adult.

Roland Manarin, president and founder of Manarin Investment Counsel Ltd, who has been hosting the weekly radio show "It's Your Money" for more than 20 years, talks about the role of gold in your portfolio.

Hear Doug interview Ric Edelman, ranked #1 financial advisor by Research Magazine, who shares some of his wealth of experience in the world of financial planning.

Leading author Shaunti Feldhahn talks about the differences in mindset between men and women in the workplace.

Robert Desjarlais, a professor of anthropology at Sarah Lawrence University, discusses Counterplay-An Anthropologist at the Chessboard. 

Judy Rinot is a leading property attorney, and she describes how to purchase a property in Israel from abroad.

James Snyder is the director of the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, and he describes the changes he has made to this important museum. 

Dr. Halbfinger is an experienced and expert family therapist who lives in Jerusalem. 

Amir Gal-Or is the founder and China-based managing partner of the Infinity Group.

Find out how the country's biggest budget is run, when Doug speaks to Brig. Gen. Maharan Prosenfer, financial advisor to the Chief of Staff and head of the Defense Ministry's Budgeting Department.

Find out how the country's biggest budget is run, when Doug speaks to Brig. Gen. Maharan Prosenfer, financial advisor to the Chief of Staff and head of the Defense Ministry's Budgeting Department.

Chef Yochanan Lambiase, the principal and founder of the Jerusalem Culinary Institute, describes the growth of the gourmet kosher food industry. 

Joan Hornig combines her passion for making jewelry with education and philanthropy and runs the Joan B. Hornig Foundation. Listen to how on Goldstein on Gelt. 

Scott Milligan of the Disney Institute returns to Goldstein on Gelt to tell us about efficiency and good customer service in business and if there is a place for dreams in the commercial and financial world.

Find out what a pre-nuptial agreement is and why it is important to future marital harmony by listening to Doug's interview with Rachel Levmore.

What's life like in China these days, and does Israel have anything in common with China? Avrum Ehrlich answers this question.

Vicky Ward returns to Goldstein on Gelt to talk about life for women in the business world. 

David Shenk, author of The Genius in All of Us, answers the question of whether our intelligence is hereditary or acquired.

Professor Meir Statman, author of What Investors Really Want, tells us what lies behind our investment decisions.

Professor Scott Stevens of James Madison University speaks about game theory.


Charles Bronfman, co-founder of Birthright, speaks about the future of Jewish philanthropy and making donation choices. 

Is there such a thing as clean internet? Find out from Doug's interview with Moshe Weiss, director of Internet Rimon.

Find out why it is important to keep looking for the last surviving Nazis with Nazi-hunter Efraim Zuroff of the Simon Wiesenthal Center.

Yoni Kahana of MobiApps speaks about cell phone bargains.

Moshe has 25 years of experience in giving mortgage advice. 

Claudia is the co-author of the best-seller Higher Education?, which she wrote with Andrew Hacker.

Budget counselor David Litke speaks about our children's cell phone use.

Ze'ev Zalevsky discusses the benefits of new glasses technology.

Professor Nadir Arber talks about the importance of early detection in curing and preventing serious illness.

Listen to Guy Horowitz's interesting ideas on how to solve the water crisis. 

Jim Bob Duggar, a former state legislator in Arkansas, speaks to Doug about life with his 19 children ...

Terrance Odean is the Willis H. Booth Professor of Banking and Finance at the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley

Rabbi Shifren, author of Kill Your Teacher, is an expert on the growth of violence in schools.

Would you be happier if you were richer? Find out with Professor Daniel Kahneman, winner of the Nobel Prize for Economics.

Benjamin Zander is a British Jew living in America, who is the music director of the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra and is also the co-author of The Art of Possibility.

Eric is the Director of Fixed Income research at Morningstar.
 
Shira is a budget counselor who shares some practical advice with listeners.
 
Harry Lorayne is the world's foremost memory-training specialist. 

Dr. Holick has made numerous contributions to the field of the biochemistry, physiology, metabolism, and photobiology of vitamin D for human nutrition.

Andre Geim is a Russian-born Dutch physicist known for his work on graphene, the development of gecko tape, and his research on diamagnetic levitation.

Dan lectures around the world about how people make irrational decisions all the time. Learn what makes us crazy and how to become more rational.

Ace worked his way up at Bear Stearns, starting there in 1949 and staying with the company until 2003. Hear his fascinating story and insights.
 
Gil runs a successful electric bike business in Tel Aviv.


Forsan is the CEO of the Jerusalem International YMCA, which promotes harmony between Jews and Palestinians.

Professor Rabinowitch is a former rector of the Hebrew University and the winner of the 2002 Rothschild Prize.

Amity Shlaes is a syndicated columnist for Bloomberg and a senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations.

Orey Gilliam has over 27 years of experience in strategic and operations management in a variety of business environments, from startups to Fortune 50 companies, in the Internet, telecommunications, and software fields.

Prof. Patrice L. (Tamar) Weiss is an occupational therapist at the Department of Occupational Therapy Faculty of Social Welfare and Health Studies, University of Haifa.

Co-author of best-selling book The Invisible GorillaDaniel Simons is a Professor in the Department of Psychology and the Beckman Institute at the University of Illinois.

Author of: The Devil's Casino: Friendship, Betrayal, and the High Stakes Games Played Inside Lehman Brothers (Wiley (March 22, 2010)) New York Times' and Wall Street Journal's Bestseller Lists.

Saul Singer is a columnist and former editorial page editor at The Jerusalem PostBefore moving to Israel in 1994, he served as an adviser in the United States Congress to the House Foreign Affairs and Senate Banking Committees.

Tony Sachs, formerly of South Africa, used to be a Jewish student leader. Today he is the owner of Jerusalem Property Management Services. 

Mark Kaplan is President and Chief Distribution Officer of P2 Group (Bermuda) Ltd.

Uri Scharf is the C.E.O. of Mati– the Jerusalem Business Development Center.

Sebastian Mallaby is author of More Money Than God, publishing by the Penguin Press..

Professor Shmuel Peleg has been a faculty member at the Hebrew University since 1980. He has published over 150 technical papers in computer vision, and holds 12 issued U.S. patents that have provided the technical foundations to several companies.

Rabbi Berel Wein is a leading Rabbi and public speaker.

Leon Harris is an Israeli Certified Public Accountant and a UK Chartered Accountant. Leon heads Harris Consulting & Tax Ltd (HCAT), which specializes in international business and tax advice for companies, individuals and trusts. He also heads Harris Consulting & Fiduciary Specialists (HCFID), an Israeli accountancy firm.

Dr. Daniel Farb has extensive management experience and is as a founder of one of the first e-learning companies.

Michael Sacofsky is a Jerusalem-based attorney who has been working primarily in the fields of real estate, commercial law and probate for the past twenty years.

Moshe Egel-Tal is the head of IsraPay, and a Senior Payroll Comptroller and Bookkeeper with over 20 years of experience in all facets of Payroll, Bookkeeping, Customer Service and Instruction.


Yehudit Sidikman is a senior instructor and director of El HaLev. She has a third degree black belt in judo and has been involved in martial arts for around 20 years.

Alon Kaplan is a member of the Israel Bar, and is a notary of the New York Bar, and Frankfurt Bar association. In 1998, he established STEP Israel and continues on as the president of STEP-Israel. He is also the general editor of Israel Law and Business Guide, and Israeli Business Law: An Essential Guide. His law practice includes trusts and estates, international taxation, private banking, corporate law, agency and distributorships and real estate law.

Joshua Tallent has been an eBook developer for more 8 years, and is an expert on formatting eBooks in the variety of formats on the market, including Kindle/Mobipocket and ePub.

Scott Milligan is an experienced leader with Disney Institute professional development programs.

Susan Polgar is the winner of four Women’s World Championships, the only World Champion in history to win the triple-crown (Blitz, Rapid and Classical World Championships),  and a five-time Olympic Champion, with 10 overall medals (five Gold, four Silver and one Bronze).

Ester Levanon joined the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange in 1986, where she held the position of Executive Vice President - CIO & Head of Operations (formerly: Senior V.P, V.P).In June 2006, Mrs. Levanon was appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Tel-Aviv Stock Exchange.

Professor Sheizaf Rafaeli is Director of the Center for the Study of the Information Society and Head of the Graduate School of Management, University of Haifa, Israel.


Head of START, which teaches economics, accounting, banking, stock market and Forex.

Sherrie B. Miller is a licensed and experienced dating coach, marriage counselor, group leader, matchmaker and Judaic Studies teacher. Sherrie is dedicated to promoting and enhancing “emotional and spiritual intelligence” within the Jewish home. 

Jonathan D. Sarna is the Joseph H. and Belle R. Braun Professor of American Jewish History in the department of Near Eastern and Judaic Studies at Brandeis University and the director of the Hornstein Program in Jewish Professional Leadership.[1] He is regarded as one of the most prominent historians of American Judaism. Sarna is married to the noted Boston College theology professor, Ruth Langer

Dr. Ohad Bar Efrat is Head of International Affairs, at the Bank of Israel and is responsible for the membership process into the OECD on behalf of the Bank of Israel. 

Vern founded Sumnicht & Associates, LLC a Family Wealth Management and institutionalinvestment consulting business, in 1988. In 2005, 2006 and 2007 Vern was honored as oneof the nation’s, “Top 100 Wealth Advisors”, in Robb Report’s, “Worth Magazine.”

Jody Blum is a financial coach with a twist!  She has a social work background,  bringing empathy and emotional understanding to debt management. The name of her company is minusPLUS, which was established in 2002. Jody has assisted hundreds of people in learning healthy money management skills in order to live within their means.

Uriel Lynn is the president of the Federation of Israeli Chambers of Commerce.


Daniel Polisar is one of the founders of the Shalem Center and has served during the past decade as research director, academic director, editor-in-chief of the Center's journal, Azure, and, since 2002, president. Previously, he was founder and director of Peace Watch, a non-partisan Israeli organization that monitored Israeli and Palestinian compliance with the Oslo Accords, and he headed the Peace Watch observer team during the January 1996 Palestinian elections.

Rabbi Shlomo Riskin is a leading Rabbi and community leader in the city of Efrat.

 
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