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The Standard Deviations podcast is a weekly production that looks at money, mind and meaning, all through a psychological lens. Each week, psychologist and New York Times bestselling author Dr. Daniel Crosby interviews a fascinating new guest, experts in everything from finance to literature to wellness. Each guest provides listeners with three concrete ways to apply what was learned that week, ensuring that weekly listening becomes part of a path to a richer life. Episodes are brief, resear ...
 
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Tune in to hear: - How did Brad originally get into the finance industry and how did he get into trading cards? - What are some of the draws, or compulsions, that get people into card collecting? - What time period was referred to as “the junk wax era” in Baseball Cards and why was this such a poor time to collect? - Are there any big takeaways tha…
 
Hilary and Roger discuss data analysis and communication, analysis correctness, Zillow Offers, and another installment of Hilary’s Bad Career Advice. Show Notes: Hilary Parker on Casual Inference Podcast Episode 35 with Sean Taylor What Data Folk Were Saying About Zillow Support us on Patreon Roger on Twitter Hilary on Twitter Get the Not So Standa…
 
Tune in to hear: - Is the market always crazy or does it go through long periods of predictability in many peoples’ lifetimes? Is uncertainty implicit in capital markets? - There’s always going to be a reason to fear, there’s always going to be a reason not to invest. What pragmatic steps can we take to invest thoughtfully in the face of this? - Wh…
 
Tune in to hear: - What might the lay person, who is enthusiastic about behavioral economics, not know about its historical origins? - What was the larger zeitgeist that gave rise to an envy of physics, and hard science, within economics? - Are there commonly used methods in the world of financial planning that may be rooted in some unexamined assu…
 
Tune in to hear: - The old American adage of “shirtsleeves to shirtsleeves in three generations” seems to be an enduring sentiment across many other cultures. Why is it such a tricky thing to sustain wealth across multiple generations and what can be done to remedy this? - Why is pointing the finger at the third generation an overly reductive appro…
 
Hilary and Roger inaugurate a new segment: Hilary’s Bad Advice. Also they discuss spacecraft trajectories calculated with Excel, Theranos, filesystems, and San Francisco data analysis politics. Show Notes: Trajectory Design of the Lucy Mission Theranos Ask a Manager File Not Found Support us on Patreon Roger on Twitter Hilary on Twitter Get the Not…
 
Hilary and Roger discuss scientific discovery vs. building and designing analyses, Hilary giving bad advice, and Hilary’s new career! Show Notes: Analytics Power Hour Support us on Patreon Roger on Twitter Hilary on Twitter Get the Not So Standard Deviations book Subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts Subscribe to the podcast on Google Play Fin…
 
- As someone who works in practice management and as a trainer, how does Penny get advisors to embrace the power of practice management when there are plenty of advisors who are financially successful who are violating all the best practices? - If Penny created her own top 25 advisor list, what criteria would she choose to decide who belongs on tha…
 
Tune in to hear: - Morningstar recently conducted an in-depth study on the financial biases that people bring to the table. What are the real world, fiscal impacts of these biases? - In the study, were they able to quantify a percentage or a dollar amount difference between biased and unbiased folks? - 2% of people in their study showed no evidence…
 
Hilary and Roger keep track of the Elizabeth Holmes trial, follow up on useful models and formal analysis, and discuss data analysis requirements and experimental design. Show Notes: Latin square Support us on Patreon Roger on Twitter Hilary on Twitter Get the Not So Standard Deviations book Subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts Subscribe to t…
 
Tune in to hear: - Ric Edelman started off as a reporter - does Ric think that an advisor could start “Edelman 2.0", so to speak, using the same formula with education at the forefront? - Why might it be wise to “narrowcast” rather than broadcast? - What are two or three actionable steps that American investors can take now? - Why does Ric think th…
 
Tune in to hear: - Many are very focused on the behavioral coaching elements of behavioral finance, but overlook the upside of integrating the findings of behavioral finance into actual asset management. How can we be better about balancing the two? - Toews’ portfolios attempt to anticipate declines. How specifically does he go about that and what …
 
Hilary and Roger discuss whether models should be correct or useful. Show Notes: Support us on Patreon Roger on Twitter Hilary on Twitter Get the Not So Standard Deviations book Subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts Subscribe to the podcast on Google Play Find past episodes Contact us at nssdeviations @ gmail.com Podcast art by Jessica Crowell…
 
Tune in to hear: - What event prompted Dr. Howard to move from using a market efficiency / rational markets framework to a framework of behavioral finance? - How can we discover market inefficiencies that are exploitable if the price is almost always wrong and not reflecting true value? - If the behavioral dislocations of market prices are so vast,…
 
Tune in to hear: - What was the process of launching Dr. Biyani’s business Udemy like? - As an entrepreneur, how do you know when you’re a visionary that may be early to an idea vs. when the market is simply telling you your idea isn’t worthwhile? - What advantages does virtual learning have over traditional learning and where might it fall short? …
 
Hilary and Roger discuss the upcoming Elizabeth Holmes trial, hot tea, distraction free computing, and designing a study for detecting data booboos. Also, Roger has a new Patreon benefit! Show Notes: Support us on Patreon Roger on Twitter Hilary on Twitter Get the Not So Standard Deviations book Subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts Subscribe …
 
Tune in to hear: - What gap did Dr. Chase see in the market? How has investment talent been traditionally vetted and how does this compare to how it optimally should be? - What specific personality assessments do they use and how do they settle on these? - How do Drs. Chase and Pogge utilize Rorschachs to vet different personality styles? - Taking …
 
Tune in to hear: - Why do conversations about finances often take on such a moralistic tenor? - Is the moralizing of money a uniquely American problem or does this happen all over the world? - How can we accrue the benefits of being well off without falling prey to the lack of passion that can accompany this at times? - The possession-self link sta…
 
Tune in to hear: - In a study that Eben helped conduct, clients were three times as likely to say they are very knowledgable about markets than their advisors were likely to say about them. Men had a similarly outsized response and were three times more likely than women to say they were knowledgable. Are clients overestimating their ability to und…
 
Hilary and Roger discuss Internet woes, mugs, data editors, and user testing chocolate. Show Notes: Cacao ceremony Esalen The Good Chocolate Certified Software by Zhong Shao Support us on Patreon Roger on Twitter Hilary on Twitter Get the Not So Standard Deviations book Subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts Subscribe to the podcast on Google P…
 
Tune in to hear: - What is “flow” in a behavioral science context? - How do you begin to measure and study something like flow, which seems very ephemeral and hard to pin down? - Is it possible to reach a flow state performing a task/job you dislike? - How to we push past the stumbling block phase, with a challenging skill like drawing or skateboar…
 
Tune in to hear: - What does Charlotte’s day to day role as a Chief Behavioral Officer look like? - Has the science of motivating employees shifted a great deal since The Great Depression or do other cultural or economic factors play into people’s loyalty to a particular company? - How accurately can people assess what motivates them to work? - Wha…
 
Hilary and Roger compare mugs and then follow up on how to incentivize data quality assurance. Show Notes: Support us on Patreon page Roger on Twitter Hilary on Twitter Get the Not So Standard Deviations book Subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts Subscribe to the podcast on Google Play Find past episodes Contact us at nssdeviations @ gmail.com…
 
Hilary and Roger follow up on GitHub Copilot, discuss SAS (briefly!), and talk about ways in which people determine that data are “right”. Show Notes: Hilary’s thread on data checking Support us on Patreon page Roger on Twitter Hilary on Twitter Get the Not So Standard Deviations book Subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts Subscribe to the podc…
 
Tune in to hear: - Reese Harper has an advisory business, Dentist Advisors, that is exclusively for dentists. How did he take the first step to say no to everything else and how did choosing such a specific niche serve him well? - How did he land on dentists, in particular, as his niche? - Why do dentists, on average, retire 6 years later than thei…
 
Hilary and Roger talk about tidymodels one more time with listener feedback, discuss the central question of data science, alternate ways to characterize uncertainty, and GitHub Copilot. Show Notes: Hill’s Criteria for Data Scientists - https://livefreeordichotomize.com/2016/12/15/hill-for-the-data-scientist-an-xkcd-story/ Support us through our Pa…
 
Tune in to hear: - How does Dr. Cherry implement “The Big 5” personality test in his practice? Does he approach clients with different personality traits in novel ways to better help them problem solve? - How were The Big 5 traits ultimately arrived upon? - How might one shift communication with their client if the client displays high levels of an…
 
Tune in to hear: - How did Jeff’s professional path evolve from lawyer, to standup comedian and finally to behavioral science / economics? - What lessons could behavioral science stand to learn from the art of standup comedy? - If two different comedies tell a joke with similar content, the joke might land for one of them while feeling really caust…
 
Hilary and Roger follow up on the discussion about tidymodels and machine learning, and discuss the way evidence is interpreted in the intelligence community. Show Notes: Support us through our Patreon page Roger on Twitter Hilary on Twitter Get the Not So Standard Deviations book Subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts Subscribe to the podcast …
 
Tune in to hear: - On a previous podcast, Richard Nisbett expressed that the most central message of psychology is that we have no access to most of what goes on in our heads. What studies are illustrative of this dramatic conclusion he reached? - What are the implications of this stream of thought, particularly in regards to free will and determin…
 
Tune in to hear: - How did Anthony move from being homeless, and in a great deal of debt, to being one of the nation’s top educators on money matters and part of the Dave Ramsey franchise? What four steps were critical in this journey? - Anthony stresses the importance of intentionality in one’s spiritual journey, network journey, net worth journey…
 
- Three steps to mastering personal finance. - What is the knowledge or education gap in financial literature that Joe Saul-Sehy’s new book ‘Stacked’ fills? - What role might humor play in a successful financial plan? - How can we move people towards financial goals that are more visceral and poignant and away from mimetic, or culturally inherited,…
 
Hilary and Roger welcome Julia Silge to the show to talk about tidymodels, modeling, and other important topics. Show Notes: Julia Silge You Look Like a Thing and I Love You Support us through our Patreon page Roger on Twitter Hilary on Twitter Get the Not So Standard Deviations book Subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts Subscribe to the podca…
 
Tune in to hear: - What is Colin’s perspective on the extreme fear and greed that arose throughout the pandemic in 2020? These are constants within the market, but why were they of particular interest in this cycle? - Are investors primed for misbehavior because of what we went through last year? - Learn more about Colin’s new book Fed Up: Success,…
 
Tune in to hear: - What might the personality of an ideal hire for a leadership position in asset management look like? - How can one measure things like emotional intelligence and curiosity that can seem kind of ethereal or hard to get your arms around? - Has Michael come across any counterintuitive, or surprising, discoveries in his research as h…
 
Hilary and Roger are back with things to talk about, including some follow up on design thinking, how Family Feud is related to data analysis, and the role of trust in data analysis. Show Notes: Trustworthy Data Analysis (Simply Statistics) Support us through our Patreon page Roger on Twitter Hilary on Twitter Get the Not So Standard Deviations boo…
 
Tune in to hear: - Carl Richards speaks about serving real financial advisors. This of course presupposes the existence of fake financial advisors, so what’s the difference between a real financial advisor and a fake financial advisors? - What practical advice can help one avoid a financial advisor that doesn’t have your best interests at heart? - …
 
Tune in to hear: - Is the classic retirement trope of working hard until your 65 and retiring to a life of leisure sort of an antiquated way of thinking about retirement? - Is the prospect of people having to work later in their life net good or net negative for most individuals? - Research shows that people who are retired, on average, are happier…
 
Hilary and Roger discuss some NSSD-centric but ancillary topics for this episode. Show Notes: Roger on Twitter Hilary on Twitter Get the Not So Standard Deviations book Subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts Subscribe to the podcast on Google Play Find past episodes Contact us at nssdeviations @ gmail.com Podcast art by Jessica Crowell…
 
Tune in to hear: - Why might the narrative that “our parents’ generation had it much easier financially than we do now” be incorrect? What assumptions does it make? - When yields on a 50/50 stock and bond portfolio, yields are historically anemic right now. What are investors supposed to do in a time like this and how do we prevent them from just c…
 
Hilary and Roger go through the mail bag and answer some listener questions about tidymodels, advice for beginners, and negative and positive controls in data analysis. Show Notes: Finding a lost hiker workflowsets package Support us through our Patreon page Roger on Twitter Hilary on Twitter Get the Not So Standard Deviations book Subscribe to the…
 
Tune in to hear: - Why is Adam Smith considered to be the original behavioral economist? - Mike is advocating for mission driven capitalism. How does this contrast with a more classic approach to Capitalism that’s focused on shareholder value? - Why might mission driven corporations outperform the S&P 500? Is there a specific mechanic at play here?…
 
Tune in to hear: - Why do we often defer our dreams for so long and how might we be more proactive in seeking them out? - Reflecting back on their lives, many people wish they had taken more risks. Why might we see this with such clarity at the end of our lives, while actually living it in the present is so difficult for most of us? - Is “following…
 
Dr. Richard Smith believes that risk literacy is essential not only for independent investors; it’s essential for anyone looking to succeed in today’s exploding digital marketplaces. Pulling from his expertise in mathematics and technology, Dr. Smith advises his clients on how to navigate the noise and distractions presented by the media and social…
 
Hilary and Roger discuss whether Hilary is becoming the thing she criticizes and how large p-values should really be. Show Notes: Hilary Asks The Internet Support us through our Patreon page Roger on Twitter Hilary on Twitter Get the Not So Standard Deviations book Subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts Subscribe to the podcast on Google Play F…
 
Tune in to hear: - Why does Tra’s new book on entrepreneurship, Boss Brain, start with a focus on evolutionary psychology and brain science? - Does our wiring lead to a certain determinism or can we embolden ourselves by understanding our inner workings? - What are some cases where business owners confuse predictability with control? - Currently, 9…
 
Hilary and Roger talk about the boat, coffee status, and the purpose of prediction modeling frameworks. Show Notes: Tidymodels.org James Hoffman Ultimate French Press Technique Support us through our Patreon page Roger on Twitter Hilary on Twitter Get the Not So Standard Deviations book Subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts Subscribe to the po…
 
This week, Dr. Crosby is joined by fellow behavioral finance geek Neil Bage. Neil is passionate about helping people make safe and informed choices and is a specialist on behavioral drivers of financial decisions. In this episode, we turn the tables and Neil interviews Daniel in celebration of the 2nd Edition release of Dr. Crosby's book 'The Laws …
 
JC Parets launched the All Star Charts Research Platform in September of 2014 to provide technical analysis commentary across all asset classes to investors worldwide. He also has his own podcast, Technical Analysis Radio, which helps others grow their knowledge of technical analysis. JC grew up in Miami, FL and is a big sports fan. When he’s not l…
 
Johnny Sandquist is the Founder & CEO of Three Crowns Marketing. He's focused on supporting RIA firms and advisor technology companies for over a decade now. He has a wife and three kids and is a huge Star Wars geek. Tune in to hear: Does Johnny advise his marketing clients to avoid or pursue engaging their target market by taking a stance on divis…
 
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