The Investor’s Podcast (TIP) – We Study Billionaires 2018-03-17T23:52:55+00:00

Recorded | 17 March 2018
The Compound Effect is a book written by New York Times Best Selling author, Darren Hardy. Hardy is the former editor at Success Magazine and is an expert and understanding peak business performance. On today's show, Preston and Stig talk about everything they learned from Hardy's book.

Recorded | 10 March 2018
On today's show, Preston and Stig cover renown author Malcolm Gladwell's book, Blink. This book explores the cognitive events that occur in a persons' mind when they make quick and immediate decisions. The book is an interesting study because it may help investors that trade securities based on intuition or gut thinking.

Recorded | 3 March 2018
Bill Miller was the former Chairman and Chief Investment Officer for Legg Mason Capital Management where he managed over 75 billion dollars.  He has been called “The Greatest Money Manager of the Decade” by Morningstar, a member of the “Power 30” by SmartMoney, and a member of the “All-Century Investment Team” by Barron’s. During the discussion, Mr. Miller talks about the current market conditions, bond rates, commodities, and cryptocurrencies. You won't want to miss this conversation.


Lifting the Rock on Cryptocurrencies

by Jon Bathgate, CFA | 21 March 2018

Cryptocurrency-related activities account for a small portion of the overall semiconductor market’s sales, but for some companies, the exposure is significant – and potentially growing.

Jim Rickards: Rising Economic Head Winds

by Jim Rickards | 21 March 2018

Today we are looking at $1 trillion-plus deficits as far as the eye can see. That’s extraordinary enough. What is more extraordinary is that no one cares.

Here Come The Unicorns: What To Watch When Dropbox IPOs This Week

by Clement Thibault I 21 March 2018

2018 Initial Public Offerings look to be both more promising and potentially more exciting compared with 2017, this with a pack of 'Unicorns'—the designation given to start-ups with $1-billion or greater valuations. In focus: Dropbox

Total U.S. Debt and Gold

by Craig Hemke | 21 March 2018

After rising together through 2012, the past five years have seen a massive divergence between the total amount of accumulated U.S. government debt and the price of COMEX gold. When, if ever, will we see this correlation reappear?

It’s Never One Thing

by Herbert Abramson and Randall Abramson | 21 March 2018

It's amusing when commentators cite just one factor for a market movement, but the thing is, there’s almost always a confluence of factors influencing the markets at any one time.

Global Equity Breadth Breaks Down

by Callum Thomas I 21 March 2018

The 50-day moving average breadth indicator monitoring 70 countries has fallen to low levels. Here's an insight on the latest price action across global equities and how it has driven a deterioration in market breadth

Day Ahead: Top 3 Things to Watch

by I 21 March 2018

Here are the top 3 things to watch today -- FED Reserve rate hike, Rising US crude oil stockpile, and Bond Yields on Equities

Gold’s True Fundamentals: Another Look

by Steve Saville I 20 March 2018

Gold's long-term driver in terms of price is confidence in the official money and in the institutions that create the official money. Find out what story concerns most long-term gold investors and why.

Can the Bull Market Survive a Trade War?

by Greg Guenthner | 20 March 2018

There is hype on a possible trade war between the US and other steel-producing nations. Can the market survive another gut punch? Check these charts to find out.

U.S. Debt: Upping the Ante on Growth

by Darrell W. Watters | 20 March 2018

The U.S. is already off track from a traditional economic standpoint. Thanks to lower tax revenues and increased government spending, its debt could climb to over $1 trillion in the coming years.

New Electricity Could Power 50 Billion Devices

by Michael A. Robinson | 20 March 2018

When you see this new electricity work for the first time, you’ll think you just stepped into a science fiction novel. What this thing can do will blow your mind.

Tariffs Lift Steel and Aluminum ETFs

by Sumit Roy | 20 March 2018

Trump's surprise announcement of tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum shocked the stock market. Consequently, there were negative and positive impact on different sectors of the market.