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Yahoo Finance Presents

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Yahoo Finance is the largest business and financial news platform in the world. The Yahoo Finance Presents podcast, with host Alexis Christoforous, brings you in-depth and original interviews with business leaders, industry experts and more. Join us weekly for the best in business and financial news. 

Customer Reviews

Shallow Analysis

If you're looking for a serious, analytical podcast, keep looking. I was really interested in their take on ESPN's dwindling ratings, and while they did spend time on cord-cutting, the cost of TV rights, and the shifting media landscape, one of the primary conclusions which received serious air time was that people are racist and transphobic against their programming personnel. An easy out and an easy way to throw a few jokes at Republicans in "Trump's America". Give me a break. Very hard to take them seriously following that shallow, unoriginal thought.

Best Sounding Podcast I've heard

The audio quality on this podcast is amazing. Except cut the coughing out and the dead air out of the "new high-tech hotel" episode. I like the brief stories to get a story about someone I wouldn't have known about.

Boring and/or uninformed

Overall, the interviews are boring and uninteresting. But the Suze Orman interview was flat out uninformed. I had enough and unsubscribed mid interview after she said to cash out the Roth IRA to pay off your mortgage at retirement, then went on to say that reason interest is front loaded on a mortgage is that banks expect you to sell your house within 7 years. SMH.

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