In this week's show, Doug Goldstein speaks to two fascinating guests. In the first half of the show, he interviews Ray Keene, Britain's first chess grandmaster, who speaks about the kind of thought processes involved in playing chess and how they can be applied to investing. Even if you are not a chess player, you will hear some interesting insights about your investment decisions.
In the second half of the show, veteran economist Walter Williams provides an interesting insight on race and economics. Contrary to many other opinions, Dr. Williams believes that the free market is not a cause of poverty. Find out why by tuning into tonight's show.