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TIP110 – Jesse Felder & Current Market Conditions

Recorded |20 October 2016

In this episode, Preston and Stig interview Jesse Felder. Jesse founded his own multi-billion-dollar hedge fund firm and is often seen on The Wall Street Journal, Barron's, and Yahoo!Finance. Throughout the interview, Jesse talks about junk bonds, how Warren Buffett values macro factors, the Minsky Theory, and numerous other ideas.

TIP109 – Questions from the Audience

Recorded |14 October 2016

In this episode, Preston and Stig take on some interesting questions from the audience. The topics covered in the show are real estate (REITs), value investing catalysts, international high yielding bonds, and Warren Buffett's small cap returns.

TIP108: Outsiders – 8 CEOs w/ Huge Returns

Recorded |14 October 2016

In this episode, Preston and Stig review William Thorndike's book, The Outsiders. This book was recommended by Warren Buffett as his #1 book during the 2012 Berkshire Hathaway Shareholders meeting. Buffett described the book as an outstanding read about CEOs who excelled at capital allocation. In the podcast, you will learn about the key ingredients that set these stellar performer apart from the rest.

TIP107: Winning by Jack Welch

Recorded |7 October 2016

In this episode, Preston and Stig review legendary CEO Jack Welch's book, Winning. This book was a fantastic read for anyone seeking a job as a corporate executive. Billionaire Warren Buffett highly endorsed this book for anyone wanting to learn how to run a premier organization. In the podcast, you will learn about Jack's opinions on finding the best candidates, how to implement a successful employee evaluation program, and even how he conducted Lean Six Sigma.

TIP106: Influence and Pre-Suasion w/ Dr. Robert Cialdini

Recorded |19 September 2016

In this episode, Preston and Stig interview their favorite author of all time, Dr. Robert Cialdini. Dr. Cialdini is the New York Times Best Selling Author of, "Influence - The Power of Persuasion", and recently he wrote a new book, titled, "Pre-Suasion". The Investor's Podcast originally found Dr. Cialdini's work by hearing that billionaire Charlie Munger is a huge fan of his original book. In today's episode, you will hear some profound thoughts from one of the most renowned psychologists in the entire world.

TIP105: Mastermind Discussion 3rd Quarter 2016

Recorded |12 September 2016

In this episode, Preston and Stig hold their Mastermind discussion with Hari, Calin, and Toby. In this quarter's discussion, the group talks about ideas for achieving yield in an environment with historically all time high prices and interest rates at nearly zero percent. Additionally, the group discusses put options, Humana, and dollar cost averaging.

TIP104: Billionaire Carl Icahn – w/ Mark Stevens

Recorded |17 September 2016

Billionaire Carl Icahn is one of the most successful investors of all time. In this rare interview, we talk to one of his friends, Mr. Mark Stevens about his unique personality. In the interview, Mark describes Icahn as the smartest person he has ever met, but with some of the quirkiest behaviors too. Be sure to tune into this amazing firsthand account and learn how Carl Icahn amassed his 16 billion dollar fortune.

TIP103: Family Inc. – Running your home finances like a business w/ Doug McCormick

Recorded |10 September 2016

This week's guest is private equity expert, Doug McCormick. Doug is on a mission to teach financial literacy to interested investors. With few public school teaching students anything about business or finance, Doug has designed a free tool on his website so people can take their personal finances and apply them to corporate financial statements. This exercise will teach the user vitally important financial terminology and also how corporate finances work. With this knowledge, investors can understand the financial information being published by potential stock picks of great brands. In addition to this topic, Doug teaches the audience interesting topics about private equity.

TIP102: Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits by Philip Fisher

Recorded |3 September 2016

Warren Buffett has said that his investing approach is 85% Benjamin Graham and 15% Philip Fisher. As a result, Preston and Stig decided to read Fisher's famous book, Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits. During this episode, you'll learn about the key elements to Fisher's investing approach. Although the book was first published in 1958, it's principals and core fundamentals ring true today as they did six decades ago.

TIP101: Creativity Inc. – A Study of Pixar’s Ed Catmull

Recorded |26 August 2016

For many people that aren't naturally creative, the idea of developing a more innovative or artistic product can be very intimidating. During this week's show, Preston and Stig study one of the most creative individuals of modern time: Pixar's Ed Catmull. Not only was Ed one of the pioneers of creating Pixar's 3D animation technology, but he also went on to be one of the greatest movie producers of all time. To study Ed, The Investor's read his new book, Creativity Inc.

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