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LATEST EPISODES

Recorded | 16 September 2017
In this episode, Preston and Stig interview the brilliant Eric Cinnamond. Eric comes with three decades of experience invesing 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.

Recorded | 9 September 2017
In this episode, Preston and Stig hold their Mastermind discussion with Saber Capital Management Founder, John Huber and Hari Ramachandra. Each member of the group presents a stock investing idea. After each group member pitches their idea, the group then dissects and troubleshoots the position. If you're interested in hearing how members of the mastermind determine intrinsic value and identify risks, you'll enjoy hearing this discussion.

Recorded | 2 September 2017
In this episode, Preston and Stig hold their Mastermind discussion with Saber Capital Management Founder, John Huber and Hari Ramachandra. Each member of the group presents a stock investing idea. After each group member pitches their idea, the group then dissects and troubleshoots the position. If you're interested in hearing how members of the mastermind determine intrinsic value and identify risks, you'll enjoy hearing this discussion.

INVESTING BLOG AND NEWS

The Golden Solution to America’s Debt Crisis

by James Rickards | 23 September 2017

The bottom line is that not even money printing has worked to get inflation moving. Is there anything left in the bag of tricks?

Screaming into a Hole About Government Debt

by Cullen Roche | 23 September 2017

Does the world’s most prominent fixed income manager really believe QE funded the national debt, that the removal of the debt ceiling is dangerous, that $20T in debt is dangerous and that the Federal Reserve is a bad thing?

There’s No Such Thing as a “Sin Stock”

by Cullen Roche | 23 September 2017

You might have a general idea of what is virtuous, but there is no specific way to determine this other than a company that operates illegally and one that operates legally. Aside from that, the idea of a “sin stock” is rather murky.

How to Make Your Life Successful Just Like Billionaire Warren Buffett

by Fox News | 23 September 2017

He's no Jay Gatsby. In this video, take a look at the way Warren Buffett has built his successful life.

15 Things You Didn’t Know About Amancio Ortega

by Alux.com | 23 September 2017

In this video, take a peek at the life, trials, relationships, and success stories of billionaire Armancio Ortega.

Goldman Sachs & the Volcker Rule

by R. Christopher Whalen | 23 September 2017

The real question with GS and the Volcker Rule is whether the smallest of the major universal banks can survive long-term without being able to aggressively trade its own account.

Passive Regression

by Real Vision Television | 22 September 2017

In this video, Real Vision Co-founder Grant Williams explains the fascinating history of ETFs – and the potential hidden risks of owning them.

The trouble with Lithium investing

by Real Vision Publications | 22 September 2017

Everybody knows the story on lithium, it seems. This is the go-to mineral for people looking to ride on the coattails of the EV revolution.

These Stocks Will Power the Next Tech Melt-Up

by Greg Guenthner | 22 September 2017

The big tech darlings that everyone left for dead last year came roaring back to retake their rightful throne as market leaders in 2017. Semiconductor stocks have been one of the best places for your trading dollars – even when the market was stuck in a tight range earlier this year.

Short Selling Has Its Uses

by Larry Swedroe | 22 September 2017

The U.S. equity lending market, essential for short-selling, has more than $1 trillion in market capitalization on loan. This accounts for more than a third of the trading volume on domestic exchanges. The securities lending and shorting markets are, thus, important venues for the process known as price discovery.

Howard Schultz: A childhood in the projects inspired ambition

by CNN Money | 22 September 2017

Sports got Howard Schultz out of poverty, but magic beans solidified that he would never return. In this video, the Starbucks chairman and CEO shares how his American Dream started.

Tony Robbins interviews billionaire Ray Dalio

by Tony Robbins | 22 September 2017

Learn the ultimate principles of success in life and business in an intimate conversation with Tony Robbins and billionaire Ray Dalio – known as “the Steve Jobs of Investing.”

Interest Rates and Civilization

by Brian Maher | 22 September 2017

Interest rates have begun to rise recently — if barely — and haltingly. If rates rise meaningfully in the years to come, does it mean civilization is in for a sharp “decline and fall” as happened with civilizations past?

The Future of Artificial Intelligence, According to Pop Culture

by Jeff Desjardins | 21 September 2017

From the plot of movies like The Terminator to The Matrix, pop culture offers up innumerable examples of what could happen from the rise of the machines. This infographic provides an entertaining take on these scenarios, organized by potential likelihood.

Fed Expected to Hold Rates, Announce Tapering and Offer ‘Transitory’ Dot Plot

by Investing.com | 21 September 2017

The Federal Reserve is widely expected to leave interest rates unchanged and reveal its plans for the winding down, or tapering, of its asset purchases to begin the reduction of its $4.5 trillion balance sheet.

Gold Prices Tumble to 4-Week Lows as U.S. Dollar Strengthens

by Investing.com | 21 September 2017

Gold prices tumbled to four-week lows on Thursday, as the U.S. dollar bounced higher after the Federal Reserve indicated the possibility of an additional rise in interest rates this year.

10 Fastest Growing ETFs

by Sumit Roy | 21 September 2017

It goes without saying, as competition is fierce in the ETF world. Unless a fund is large, liquid and cheap, it's an uphill battle to attract new money.

Warren Buffett: Don’t Sleepwalk Through Life

by CNBC | 21 September 2017

Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway CEO, weighs in on autonomous automobiles and their impact on insurance premiums and car dealerships.

The Little-Known Danger of Using ETFs to Diversify Your Portfolio

by Real Vision Television | 21 September 2017

Thanks to their low fees and perceived diversification benefits, investors have plowed hundreds of billions of dollars into ETFs in the last few years. But according to Steve Bregman, many ETFs are not nearly as “diverse” as investors believe.

Billionaire Ted Turner: Becoming a Media Mogul

by Investors Archive | 21 September 2017

Billionaire and media mogul Ted Turner discusses his early life, creating CNN and making it a success. He also gives out advice for entrepreneurs and those looking to start a business.