In this episode, Preston and Stig talk about their experience of attending the 2018 Berkshire Hathaway Shareholder's meeting. The Investors play five of the best Q&A that occurred during the meeting. After each question, Preston and Stig provide their feedback and analysis on Buffett and Munger's responses.
Recorded | 9 June 2018
In this episode, Preston and Stig interview the brilliant Eric Cinnamond. Eric comes with three decades of experience investing in small cap companies. During the interview, we discover his methods for understanding risk and reasonable valuation metrics. You won't want to miss Eric's highly valuable guidance and recommendations for the rest of 2018.
Recorded | 2 June 2018
On today’s show, we interview the NY Times bestselling author Jonathan Tepper. Jonathan is the owner of the macroeconomic research group that provides leading indicators to various asset managers. He is a Rhodes Scholar and a graduate of Oxford University. We talk to Jonathan about Buffett’s approach to investing in concentrated industries along with his thoughts on inflation.
Here’s a preview of the top 3 things that could rock markets today: Philly Fed Manufacturing, Jobless Claims on Tap, Natural Gas Inventories, Crude Oil in Focus as OPEC Jawboning Continues, and Micron to Bounce From After-Hours Wobble?
The US stock market continues to trade below its record high but the bull market is arguably still running. A number of threats could derail the trend there’s still room to argue that the upward bias in stocks is intact.
People think banks lent too much money and leveraged up the financial system and then we got a financial crisis. This isn’t necessarily wrong, but that’s not really how banks work. Here's why this weekend’s vote in Switzerland on the Vollgeld Proposal is silly.
Bears seem to be roaming wherever you look, whether it be in the US equity market, the gold market, and especially in the emerging markets as of recently. Back in early 2016, the common belief was the same as it seems to be now.
Here’s a preview of the top 3 things that could rock markets today: Existing Home Sales, Trade War Turmoil in Focus, U.S. Crude Oil Stockpiles in Focus, and Investors Cool on Starbucks as Shares Tumble
The S&P 500 index is arguably the most well-known worldwide. It is based on the market cap of the 500 largest companies in the U.S. Here are some ETF performances we observe, as well as the tracking error relative to the S&P 500 Total Return Index.
The debate regarding which way oil is headed next rages on. Goldman Sachs analysts expect prices to rise to $80 while Wall Street Journal disagrees. However, technical analysis tells us the supply-demand balance suggests prices will continue lower.