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Delivering real talk while making financial topics more accessible, co-hosts Katie Pickler and Cort Winsett break down personal finance into engaging, bite-sized topics. Join them on their journey to “remove the veil” as they bring a basic level of awareness in a relatable, honest, and pop-culture-fueled format. // Powered by Pickler Wealth Advisors // 901.316.0160 | 1135 Halle Park Circle | Collierville, TN 38017 // Securities and advisory services offered through Commonwealth Financial Net ...
 
A podcast featuring Justin and Sajaa Tracy reviewing Representative John Faso's votes in Congress and other local and state issues affecting Congressional District 19. Each week, we will interview a new District 19 resident or candidate to address issues you care about!
 
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Your digital footprint is similar to your actual footprints – think about when you walk through the house with muddy shoes. Your trail of data follows you around (unless you wipe off your “digital” shoes.) Your social media/online presence is rarely forgotten, so we’ll start the episode with some real-life social media horror stories. Then, we’ll d…
 
This week, we’re seeing (and hearing) double! Cort’s brother, Byron Winsett, is our special guest. As an Assistant District Attorney in Shelby County, Byron is the chief prosecutor of the Public Corruption and Economic Crimes Unit of the District Attorney’s office, which basically means he prosecutes a lot of financial, or “white-collar,” crimes, w…
 
It’s almost Valentine’s Day, so we’d be remiss if this week’s episode wasn’t about love. Join us as we give a rundown of the best rom-coms – a tougher task than you’d imagine! In the meat and potatoes of the show, we’ll talk about love and money and how, when mixed together haphazardly, it can be a recipe for disaster. Because the second leading ca…
 
What is Asset Protection? What may sound like legal jargon is actually a pretty simple idea. Tune in for this week’s episode as we talk about building a fortress, so to speak, around your assets – those valuable belongings such as stocks, cash, and your home. We’ll begin the episode with our Top 5 list of best movie fortresses. Then, we’ll dive int…
 
What will higher education look like in the future? Honestly, no one really knows. But that shouldn’t keep you from at least starting the conversation about saving money for your child or grandchild’s education. Join us as we talk about the ins and outs of education savings plans. We’ll break down UTMA and UGMA, FAFSA, prepaid plans, the 529 plan, …
 
Last week, we talked about the importance of putting away money early for retirement. This week, we are taking a deeper dive into the topic. We’ll start with a brief history lesson on why 65 is the magic age of retirement and when social security laws came to pass. Then, we’ll discuss what it actually means to retire. Join us as we hit on the six b…
 
For many people, retirement seems like an eternity away. But the fact of the matter is that it is never too early (or late) to save for retirement. We’re kicking off today’s episode with our Top 5: the best part-time retirement jobs. Then, we’ll dive into the importance of putting away money for retirement. We’ll also be breaking down different ret…
 
We’re back for a brand-new season in the brand-new year! We’ve learned a whole lot along the way, and we look forward to where season 2 will take us. In today’s episode, we are talking about collectibles. We’ll start with the top 10 most valuable types of memorabilia, and then we’ll geek out over nerdy keepsakes that are worth a lot of dough. Are c…
 
It’s New Year’s Eve and a fresh start is right around the corner. Not only are we wrapping up the insanity of 2020, but we are also wrapping up Season 1 of BullCast (thank you for tuning in for 30 episodes!) In this week’s mini-episode, we are discussing some of our most life-changing moments. Expectations are always high for the new year and rarel…
 
Ho ho ho! It’s Christmas Eve, and Santa has dropped off some early gifts for us (yes, we made it on the “nice” list this year.) With a new mixer and mics, BullCast sounds better than ever as we head into the new year. In this week’s episode, we’ll drop some Yuletide trivia on you. Katie and Cort will also talk about their three Christmas ghosts: Pa…
 
As we wrap up the year, one thing is on all of our minds: resolutions. Whether that be hitting the gym, eating healthier, or just bettering yourself in general, resolutions are notoriously hard to maintain. This week, we are starting off the episode with a new segment we call Twitter Nuggs where we read some of the funniest tweets on resolutions. I…
 
If you listen closely, you can hear Santa ringing the bell for The Salvation Army. That’s right! It’s December – the season of giving – so what better time to talk about Charitable Giving? This week, Katie and Cort will be breaking down the psychology behind giving. Yes, it does make us feel all warm and fuzzy inside when we donate, but there is so…
 
It’s finally December, y’all, so you can officially start the Christmas music and festivities! In this week’s episode, we’re talking all about the stress that goes along with this time of year. Why are the holidays so stressful, anyways? A lot of reasons, actually, including gift shopping and the budgeting (or lack thereof) that goes along with it.…
 
Happy Thanksgiving, Y'all! Tune in to this mini episode on the drive to your Great-Aunt Gertrude's house. In this "appetizer" edition, we're talking about the only Thanksgiving movie that matters: Planes, Trains and Automobiles. Katie and Cort are also having the Great Thanksgiving Debate where they duke it out over Turkey Day traditions and dishes…
 
Thanksgiving is quickly approaching and so is the prospect of family members asking you to loan them some cash. Awkward, right? Well, it doesn’t have to be! This week, Katie and Cort will be discussing this tricky topic with some helpful tools. For instance, treat family loans as a business decision and keep emotions out of the equation! They’ll al…
 
This week, we’re talking about identity theft and the real, lasting damage it can cause for victims. In fact, every two seconds a new victim is claimed by this growing problem. Join Katie and Cort as they break down the four types of identity theft, and the steps one can take to protect themselves. Who is the most vulnerable to identity theft? What…
 
We are wrapping up our Debt series with this episode which is all about the woes of having a bad credit score. In the show, we’ll begin by recapping our credit score discussion from way back in Episode 15. Then, we’ll talk about why bad credit happens and key examples of ways you can grow that score! What’s considered a good score? How is a credit …
 
Things are a little bit different for this week’s show. As we quickly approach the 2020 Election, we wanted to do an episode about politics. But when you talk politics, things get heated… quickly. So, how did we solve this presidential predicament? By talking only about pop culture, of course. This week, we are breaking down the best portrayals of …
 
This week is our spooktacular Halloween episode where we are continuing our discussion on buying a house. Pretty scary, right?! In part two of our “Buying a House” mega episode, we are breaking down how mortgages work today and the standards that exist because of the Housing Bubble and Financial Crisis of 2008. We also have a guest segment today. N…
 
We’ve got another two-part episode for you as we continue our Debt series. This week, we are talking about buying a house, one of the biggest financial decisions a person will make. In part one, we’re breaking down the “American Dream” and what crucial factors go into purchasing a home: What function should a house serve? What’s the importance of l…
 
In part two of this series, “picking you up” where they dropped you off last time, Katie and Cort are assuming you’re ready to get a car, you’ve figured out what you want, and now they’re “giving you a lift” through the actual acquisition process. Now that the research is done, we’re breaking down the topics of financing, buying v. leasing, and war…
 
Buckle up for this week’s episode. We’re shifting gears and talking all about buying a car in part one of this two-part series. Katie and Cort are riding shotgun with you today, giving you turn-by-turn directions when it comes to making this big purchase. Should you buy or lease a car? What research should you do beforehand? How does financing work…
 
In Episode 43, Justin talks about his naturalization and upcoming musical fundraisers, and Sajaa interviews candidate for NY State Senate District 41, Karen Smythe. Karen returns to the podcast for a third time, which ties her with Gareth Rhodes for most appearances! Karen talks about issues ranging from the impact of Justice Ginsburg's passing to …
 
With nearly 12 million Americans borrowing annually to help cover the costs associated with college, it’s no wonder student loans are one of the hottest financial topics for a lot of people. This week, we are discussing the evolution of college and how student loans came to be. We’ll dive into the different methods of how one can prepare in advance…
 
Everyone is defined by two numbers in their life: their Social Security Number and their Credit Score. This week, we’re breaking down what a Credit Score actually is and why it is so important in our lives. Why are these numbers so crucial to lenders? How are scores calculated? And who the heck is FICO? Join us as we dive into some interesting stat…
 
In Episode 42, we hear an excerpt of Rep. Antonio Delgado's campaign kickoff speech before we hear Sajaa's discussion with Assembly District 102 candidate, Betsy Kraat. Betsy and Sajaa talk about COVID isolation, the recent outbreak of COVID-19 at SUNY Oneonta, and Betsy's background as a tenant organizer. You can reach out to Betsy's campaign and …
 
We’re going back to the early days of charge coins and charge plates, and taking a stroll through history to give you a better understanding of what a credit card actually is. The “magic card” — as some call it — creates an incredible temptation for a lot of people, and we are here to help guide you toward the best way to use credit cards. Is a cre…
 
Not everything in life is black or white. It would be easy to make choices if everything came down to the good choice and the bad choice, but rarely are any of life’s toughest questions that simple. Many people have been conditioned to believe that “debt” is a bad word and that you should strive for a life that is debt-free. Is all debt bad? Is the…
 
Spotlight 19, NY19’s original podcast on all things Congressional District 19 is back after a year-long hiatus! We talk to MichelleHinchey, candidate for NY Senate District 46, about growing up in Saugerties and in a campaigning household and hear a call to action from Representative Antonio Delgado on how important it is to get involved this cycle…
 
This week, we are discussing how to successfully teach your kids about money. We’ll dive into the psychology behind how children often mirror their parents’ actions, both good and bad. It all starts with the parents, so we will be giving some cool tips, methods, and tools (including an app!) When should you start teaching your kids about finances? …
 
This week, we’re making bucket lists and dreaming about vacations! Join us as we break down Vacation Planning Accounts. We’ll give you tips on how to keep that California Dreamin’ money in a safe place, and we’ll discuss some crucial steps for successful budgeting. What is a vacation fund? How do credit cards come into play with vacationing? Why sh…
 
This week, we are talking about who financial advisors are, what they do, and why you need one. Think of a financial advisor as the ultimate wingman, always there to help keep you on track. Financial Advisors are in the business of helping people make the best financial decisions, and it's important to truly understand what they do. We'll be answer…
 
This week, we're coming to you from Hot Springs Village! We are wrapping up our 4-part series on the basics of investments with Hard Assets. Listen in as we take you back to the cavemen days of trading woolly mammoth tusks and saber tooth tiger teeth, the original Hard Assets. What makes these tangible items different from cash? Who assigns value t…
 
Show me the money! This week, we're talking about Cash (which doesn't necessarily mean the $20 bill sitting in your wallet.) Cash is the lifeblood of your financials and the foundational element of having a strong financial future. In this episode, we're answering a ton of questions: What is the purpose of cash? What does "liquid" mean? What are le…
 
“A martini. Shaken, not stirred." (Cue the music!) This week is Episode 007 and its name is “Bonds, Explain Bonds.” In this action-packed podcast, we are breaking down what a bond is, how it differentiates from stocks, and just about everything in between. While diamonds are forever, let’s hold off on discussing hard assets until the next episode. …
 
We are starting a new series covering the 4 basic areas of investing: Stocks, Bonds, Cash, and Hard Assets. This week, we are talking all about stocks. What are they? What do they have to do with a corporation? What the heck is an IPO and why do companies “go public”? It’s not like they were being all that “private” to begin with! We are breaking d…
 
This week, we're diving into part 2 of our mega-episode on budgeting. Now that we've broken down why you need a budget, we're talking about how to build a successful budget. Yes, we understand that "budget" is a scary word and most may see it as meaning you have to make cuts, but we're debunking myths and making it easy with 4 simple steps: Identif…
 
This week's episode is part 1 of our two-part budgeting mega-episode, and we are asking the question, "why budget?" We break down the importance of a budget and coming to grips with having to hold yourself accountable in order to remain in control of your financial situation. A budget should be a living, breathing document that keeps you afloat — n…
 
In today’s episode, we’re following up on episode 2’s topic, “Where Does Your Money Come From,” with the next most logical topic: “Where Does Your Money Go?” We’re breaking down the psychology behind spending, and taking a look at where most people spend their money. If you know where your money goes, you can effectively make a budget (that sticks!…
 
It may seem like a simple concept, but knowing where your money comes from is an integral piece to the overall financial puzzle. It's also a fundamental step in developing a plan. That's why we decided to make this our first topic to tackle. In this episode, learn the different forms of income like fixed and variable, and understand the nature of i…
 
Welcome to BullCast! In this introductory episode, you'll meet your co-hosts, Katie Pickler and Cort Winsett. Learn what BullCast means, what the purpose of the show is, and how we hope to make personal finance more accessible. Plus, you'll get a handful of pop-culture nuggets and random facts about the hosts. We look forward to where this personal…
 
In Episode 40 (!!!!!!!!!!!), Spotlight 19 speaks to Ulster County Comptroller Candidate March Gallagher, who would become Ulster County's first elected female comptroller on her vision for good governance and protecting the taxpayers and residents of Ulster County. You can find out how to get involved with March's campaign at www.marchforulster.com…
 
In Episode 39(!), Sajaa and Justin briefly speculate on the 2020 NY19 race before Sajaa interviews Malia K. Du Mont, Chair of the NY19 Veteran's Advisory Committee. Major Du Mont was named to the position by Rep. Delgado in May. Malia enlisted in the Army Reserves in 1999. Malia and Sajaa discuss her career, including service in Afghanistan, her cu…
 
In Episode 38, Spotlight 19 takes a deep dive into environmental issues in NY19, with a specific focus on the PFAS issue. PFAS are a group of chemicals used to produce firefighting foam and other heavy industrial products that are known carcinogens. Companies like Dupont and 3M are just some of the entities responsible for these chemicals. Spotligh…
 
Hosts Justin and Sajaa Tracy return after a hiatus that began during the 2018 Election. They talk off-the-cuff on Congressman Delgado's impressive first few months in office, about education issues and wonder how Betsy DeVos is still in her position dismantling the Department of Education. Then, Sajaa interviews Alexandria Wojcik, SUNY New Paltz an…
 
Spotlight 19 returns with a new season of full-length episodes in April 2019! In our short preview episode, we hear from Karen Smythe, one of many impressive women who ran for office for the first time and propelled 2018's blue wave. Despite the narrowest of losses to Sue Serino in Senate District 41, Karen has continued to advocate for the progres…
 
In perhaps the ultimate episode of Spotlight 19, Justin gives a pep talk on the podcast's journey. Then, we talk to Senate District 51 Candidate Joyce St. George about her district, the environment, and fighting dark money. And one last conversation with our friend and former NY19 Congressional candidate Gareth Rhodes on his new youth voter turnout…
 
In Episode 35, Spotlight 19 explains that there are no more John Faso votes to track since Congress remains on recess until Election Day on November 6. Then, a great conversation held in Kinderhook (home of John Faso!) this summer with Tistrya Houghtling, who is running for state assembly in District 107. Find more about Tistrya here!…
 
In Episode 34, Sajaa and Justin return with a little over 30 days to go until the election. A quick update on the NY19 Congressional race between Faso and Antonio Delgado; talking about Faso's hypocritical support of Judge Kavanaugh, his fundraiser with Mike Pence in NYC, and a recap of some of his September votes. Then, an interview with Karen Smy…
 
In Episode 33, Spotlight 19 talks to Jazmin Kay and Liam Kahn of Hudson Valley Votes on getting NY19 youth involved and voting. The Hudson Valley Votes concert is on October 20, so save the date! Then, we speak to Jen Metzger, NY State Senate candidate for the 42nd Senate District. We talk about the environment, funding our public schools and much …
 
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