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Kyla Scanlon, Devin Friedman, Kat Angus, Sarah Rieger, Matthew Karasz
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Money isn't just money. It's culture. It's news. It's being able to retire. Every Tuesday, the TLDR podcast catches you up on everything going on in the world of money that you didn't know you actually cared about. Hosted by Devin Friedman, Sarah Rieger (business reporter), Kyla Scanlon (the Internet’s favourite financial explainer), Kat Angus (culture commentator), and Matt Karasz (resident capitalist/head of Wealthsimple trading). Subscribe to our newsletter:


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Latest Episodes

This week on TLDR: Why fresh inflation data has some investors pushing back their rate-cut timelines. Plus, Shopify's revenue goes up, but it's stock takes a dive, and the typo that cost Lyft investors millions. more

3 days ago

This week on TLDR: We discuss the ascendant shopping platform Temu, which, suddenly, seems to be everywhere, partly thanks to a half a dozen or so ads it ran on Sunday. We explain what exactly Temu is, plus Uber’s big rebound, Canada’s not-so-bad-act... more

10 days ago

This week on TLDR: Is it just us, or does the entire economy now seem geared toward people who live entirely on DoorDash food? We unpack how introverts became a mega market force (and sparked a public-health epidemic). Plus: if you think Meta is lame... more

17 days ago


4.6 out of 5 stars from 188 ratings
  • New favourite

    Against all odds, my favourite podcast is about investing. They do an incredible job talking about the market, making it entertaining, and the production quality is spot on. Nice work!

    Apple Podcasts
    Canadaa month ago
  • Review

    Educational and fun finance!

    Apple Podcasts
    Nate Ban
    Canadaa month ago
  • Too much hipster talk, too little substance

    I have no idea what this podcast is trying to achieve, but the personal finance and investing substance is absolutely lacking. 2 stars is generous.

    Apple Podcasts
    Canadaa month ago
  • Fun but no substance

    The show is very gossipy and “in-crowd” for the financial journalism set. I would appreciate more actionable advice.

    Apple Podcasts
    Canada2 months ago
  • Insightful without the jargon

    Love this podcast! I’m an avid litsener. But you know it’s a very white POV when they categorize The Glory under “trash TV” with all the other top shows in the latest Netflix epi 😂

    Apple Podcasts
    Canada2 months ago

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