I’m starting to feel that what people in the future will actually want is something that feels small. That feels like not everyone has access to it. You’ll see more people making a modest living and less people making these massive superstar livings. – Chris Gethard, in this episode.
Why was having his "big break" sitcom bomb a blessing in disguise for Chris Gethard, creator of the beloved Chris Gethard Show "the most bizarre and often saddest talk show in New York City"? What do comedians and con artists have in common? When your authenticity and approachability make you famous, how do you maintain them?
On this week's episode of Think Again - A Big Think Podcast, Chris and host Jason Gots go deep into these topics and more.
Surprise discussion clips in this episode: Maria Konnikova and Baratunde Thurston.
It's been seven years since the start of the last bull market. Is it time for investors to adjust the equity portion of their retirement portfolios? Jane Hodges, freelance writer and frequent contributor to the Wall Street Journal, lays out four options for how much stock you might want to own in a retirement account.
Federal regulators are asking for more and more private data to help them better monitor markets, but can they keep it secure? The Wall Street Journal's Andrew Ackerman has the latest details, including what may change under a Trump administration.