Talking Point: Plugging Into Podcasts

June 2006
Journal of Financial Planning;Jun2006, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p14
Academic Journal
The article discusses the effect of podcasts, which are sound files similar to radio programs that can be downloaded onto portable audio players like Apple's iPod, on the financial world. REITCafe.com offers a podcast containing news about real estate investments and interviews with CEOs, financial analysts, and portfolio managers. In addition, financial newspaper the "Wall Street Journal" offers its own podcasts, which can be extremely useful for multitasking professionals who want to get information without carrying around paper.


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