Gary Allen on Business – Sunday, March 1, 2015 Podcast Now Available.

Spock, Warren Buffett, Weather vs. Climate and Money Mistakes

VulcanYes, one of those shows with a wide variety of topics related to business and investments. This also happens to be the last show from our former studios at 55 Hawthorne in the SoMA district of San Francisco. So the show is nostalgic for me since these are the only studios I have ever worked in over the past seventeen years. So it is a fond farewell to the corner studio on the 11th floor with the view. Lots of time spent over the years with so many friends and co-workers. Good times and some trying times too.

On the program this week, I open the show with a short trip down memory lane, then dive right into how people should be more concerned about the investment climate instead of the daily investment weather. Segment two is devoted to Warren Buffett and his annual letter to shareholders. Once again there are some great nuggets in this letter that all investors should pour over. In segment three, I review an article about the Vulcan Stock Market and Spock. It is a good read with some dare I say it, logical conclusions! I would be remiss if I did not say it was a sad day in the universe with the passing of Leonard Nimoy, which inspired the article about the Vulcan stock market.

Finally, in the last segment of the program this week, I review a column that highlights ten common mistakes people make with their money. I agree with some, but not all of the points the author makes.

I hope you enjoy the program this week.

Gary Allen on Business

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