The Investor’s Podcast (TIP) – We Study Billionaires 2018-03-10T21:33:40+00:00

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.

Recorded | 24 February 2018
On today's show, Preston and Stig talk to private equity investing expert, Doug McCormick.  Doug has been an investor in Private equity for two decades.  His firm in Washington D.C. manages over a billion dollars and has a track-record of success in the industry.  Doug is a graduate of West Point and Harvard and serves on multiple non-profit boards.


Could Eurozone Inflation Force Draghi’s Hand On Rates?

by Jeremy Cook I 16 March 2018

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Policy Distractions and Pricing Actions

by Eric Cinnamond | 16 March 2018

The past 12 months have seen continued increases in logistics costs, labor costs and more. Assuming corporate costs rise further and the Federal Reserve’s preferred measurement of inflation exceeds 2%, how will policymakers respond?

Are Individual Bonds Safer than Bond Funds?

by Cullen Roche | 16 March 2018

A lot of people argue that individual bonds are safer because they can be held to maturity, but a bond fund is nothing more than the summation of all the individual bonds it holds. Let's look further into this.

Book Review: Warren Buffett Accounting Book

by Jakob Bruhn | 16 March 2018

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Italian Elections – A Fixed Income Perspective

by Thomas Ross | 16 March 2018

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Chart Of The Day: Is Bitcoin’s Rebound Sustainable?

by Pinchas Cohen I 16 March 2018

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Day Ahead: Top 3 Things to Watch

by I 16 March 2018

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Book Review: Charlie Munger – The Complete Investor

By The Investor's Podcast | 15 March 2018

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Bonds Don’t Necessarily Lose Value When Rates Rise

by Cullen Roche | 15 March 2018

If you take a basic finance course the first thing you learn about bonds is that bond prices are inversely correlated to interest rates. There’s only one problem – it’s not necessarily right!

Tips To Raise Financially Savvy Children

by Value Walk | 15 March 2018

Most parents don’t realize it but their children’s financial education begins really early just by the example they set. So how do you raise financially responsible children?

The Death of Passive Investing

by Zach Scheidt | 15 March 2018

For years, passive investors have ruled the markets. They’ve pushed stocks of any type, any quality, any size, and any industry higher, but it's all over now.