The Investor’s Podcast (TIP) – We Study Billionaires2019-03-23T22:30:37-05:00

Recorded | 2 March 2019
On today's show, Preston and Stig study the lessons of legendary investor Stanley Druckenmiller. Druckenmiller is one of the most famous investors in the world for breaking the bank of England by shorting the British Pound. On today's show we study his most recent statements about the market.

Recorded | 23 Februrary 2019
On today's show, Preston and Stig talk to Annie Duke about the cognitive biases that people have when determining the probabilities of their decision making. Duke is the best selling author of the book, Thinking In Bets, and she's also a World Champion poker player.

Recorded | 16 Februrary 2019
On today's show, Preston and Stig study the lessons from Silicon Valley billionaire Larry Ellison. Ellison is the founder of Oracle and has grown the business from the ground-up and into a 180 billion dollar enterprise.

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