Jim Rogers is a name every serious investor knows. He’s spent years studying the markets, not just here at home, but all around the globe. His books have been must-reads and now he’s put pen to paper to write his memoir.Street Smarts: Adventures on the Road and in the Markets details his early years in Alabama, then on Wall Street, to his co-founding of the tremendously successful Quantum Fund. But it’s not just a typical memoir. He still makes observations on the state of the markets today and some trends he sees for the future. Jim Rogers is On the Money with Chris DeSimio to share some thoughts about the markets and his book from his current home in Singapore.
The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County have kicked off their annual On the Same Page community reading program, this year featuring the book The End of Your Life Book Club by Will Schwalbe. On March 2, the author will be in Cincinnati to discuss his moving account of a book club he and his mother had during the waning years of her life. Will Schwalbe joins Mark Perzel by phone to talk about his book and having it chosen as the twelfth On the Same Page community reading selection.
The occasional warm days we’ve had are glimpses into the spring and summer ahead, and the many hours of golf that will be played here and throughout the region. Jan Tellestrom, the golf pro emeritus from the magnificent French Lick Resort in Indiana, is in The Front Row with Betsy Ross to talk about the courses at the resort, the famed architects who designed them, and the LPGA Legends Tournament the resort will be hosting later this year.
C-Change is a dynamic program of the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber that provides leadership development and community engagement opportunities for emerging young leaders in the area. This one-year experience recently named its 8th Class, so we’ve invited Julie Bernzott, manager of HYPE Programs at the chamber, in to the studio to talk with Mark Perzel about exactly what happens during the C-Change year, and recount some of the efforts of previous classes to leave a legacy to our community.
As our urban population continues to grow, the desire for more green and growing space also continues to grow. On February 27, the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens will hold a Sustainable Urban Landscape Symposium featuring a panel of knowledgeable and well-respected experts discussing a wide range of ideas and solutions to maintaining the natural world in an urban setting. Scott Beuerlein from the Cincinnati Zoo will be one of those experts, and he’s in the studio with Mark Perzel to discuss the symposium.