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Today’s combo episode consists of four classic episodes aggregated into one big modern podcast. Jack Schwager, Peter Brandt, Larry Williams and Toby Crabel are four pro traders who hopefully give every listener an aha moment. Jack Schwager is a
Billionaire Ray Dalio is one of the biggest names in finance. He achieved this recognition due to Bridgewater Associate’s stellar performance over numerous decades of operations. For instance, during the 2008 financial crisis, the US Stock ma
Billionaire Ray Dalio is one of the biggest names in finance. He achieved this recognition due to Bridgewater Associate’s stellar performance over numerous decades of operations. For instance, during the 2008 financial crisis, the US Stock ma
Raoul Pal readily admits he had the good fortune of being in the right place at the right time very early in his investment career. After getting his start during the depths of the recession brought on by the savings and loan crisis, Raoul even
There are few traders who have experienced the highs and the lows of trading the way Victor Niederhoffer has. When he began, he turned $50,000 into $20 million over 18 months. George Soros spotted his talent, eventually making him a partner
he investment strategy discussed in this week’s episode is diametrically opposed to my own value tendencies, but it still one that has done exceptionally well. My guest is David Gardner, co-founder of the Motley Fool. He is unique in that he i
One of the most lucrative and highest yielding areas of investing is finding quality companies in the small cap market. The difficulty with investing in this space is the companies often lack stability and market dominance to make some investo
Tom Russo is the Managing Member of Gardner Russo & Gardner, where he manages $11 billion in a long only, global value strategy. Tom buys the stock of global consumer businesses with great brands and holds them for a really long time. He looks
During this mastermind discussion, we try to determine the intrinsic value of two different companies: TenCent Holdings and Fiat Chrysler. In this episode, you'll learn:· If stocks trading at 40 times earning can be cheap· Why you can
This is a continuation of last week's mastermind discussion where the group identifies two more stock picks that might out perform the stock market. In this episode, you'll learn: - What kind of return could one expect from investing in Targ
Grant and Aaron continue the 2017 Summer Series of Adventures in Finance as they are joined by Mark Yusko, Founder and CIO of Morgan Creek Capital Management, where he discusses his passion for philanthropy, the influence of legendary college c
In this week's show, Preston and Stig reflect back on the last 50 episodes and highlight what they have learned. The show covers a wide range of topics from Artificial Intelligence (AI), options trading, value investing, and Benjamin Graham's I
My guest this week is Pat Dorsey, who was the longtime director of equity research at Morningstar, where he specialized in economic moats: sources of sustained competitive advantage that allow a few companies to deliver huge returns over time.
Andy Golden is the President of Princeton University’s Investment Management Company (PRINCO). Having grown from $3B at the time of his arrival in 1995 to $22.5B today, PRINCO has been among the highest performing endowments in the world. Andy
Eric Cinnamond has been called "the godfather of small cap absolute return investing." From 1998 to 2016 he ran an equity investment strategy that handily beat the 8% average annual return of the Russell 2000 Index. But what's even more impress
Do you know which three concepts most investors – retail and professional alike – get wrong? One is asset allocation; two is a bit different – it’s actually a lack of awareness of a type of investment that actually pays you to own it (confused?
In this week's episode of The Investor's Podcast, we learn about one of the most foundational books ever written on success: Think and Grow Rich, by Napoleon Hill. This book has an interesting premise - the things you think about most will mat
Episode 18 is packed with value. It starts with Meb asking Rob to talk about market cap weighting and its drawbacks. Rob tells us that with market cap weighting, investors are choosing “popularity” as an investment criterion more so than some
Jim Grant calls Steven Bregman, "one of Wall Street's most interesting thinkers." I called upon him to share his thoughts on the massive and growing trend to passive investing which he calls, "the greatest bubble ever." He discusses the differe
My first guest on Capital Allocators is Steve Galbraith, an investment manager, brilliant writer, engaging thinker and one of the most well-liked men on Wall Street. Steve’s career has touched every aspect of investment management – he has wor
In this episode, Preston and Stig discuss the key aspects of the book, Buffett: The Making of an American Capitalist by Roger Lowenstein.
Hedge Fund Manager and author Jeff Gramm talks with Patrick O'Shaughnessy about the history and current state of shareholder activism and discusses how Jeff invests himself, taking large positions and often board seats in undervalued companies.
Feb. 17 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Howard Marks, co-founder and co-chairman of Oaktree Capital Management. Marks is a member of the investment committees of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Edmond J.
Brent Beshore and I spoke for 10 hours about all things investing and business, and decided to record a 2-hour chunk of our conversation. We start by discussing private equity, venture capital, and the importance of brand. We then explore the d
In this episode, Preston and Stig talk about Warren Buffett's favorite book, The Intelligent Investor.
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