The Investor’s Podcast (TIP) – We Study Billionaires 2018-05-20T07:12:23+00:00

Recorded | 7 April 2018
On today's show we have a Bitcoin debate. On the bull side, we have Tuur Demeester. Tuur has owned Bitcoin since it was $5 and he has become a global authority in the space with over 160,000 followers on social media. On the bear side, we have Erik Townsend. Erik is tech entrepreneur and founder of his own global macro hedge fund. He is also the founder of the popular podcast Macro Voices. Whether you're a bull or bear on crypto, you won't want to miss this interesting conversation.

Recorded | 31 March 2018
On today's episode we talking to Dr. Richard Smith. Smith is an expert at momentum investing and is the founder of the popular investing website, TradeStops. During the discussion Smith explains how a firm understanding of volatility and statistics can enable momentum investors an edge in determining entry and exit points into stocks that are selected based on fundamental advantages.

Recorded | 25 March 2018
On today's show, we talk to the astute Luke Gromen about the current dollar decline. Luke provides numerous details why the dollar is currently devaluing despite the FED tightening the money supply. Additionally, Luke talks about the interesting relationship with China and how they are acquiring large amounts of gold and oil to reduce their dependence on the US dollar.

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Gold and Silver For the Long Run

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In the long run, owning gold and silver is going to be, by far, the smartest thing one could have done.” - Eric Sprott on financial security in uncertain times

Will Lack Of Regulatory Clarity Annihilate ICO Activity?

by Tanzeel Akhtar I 19 May 2018

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Deutsche Bank + Citigroup?

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Philly Fed Manufacturing Index: Growth Picks Up In May

by Jill Mislinski I 18 May 2018

Detailing Philly Fed's Manufacturing Business Outlook Survey, a monthly report that gives a generally reliable clue as to the direction of the broader Chicago Fed's National Activity Index.

Equity Analysis: Art Or Science?

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People in financial industry exist along a continuum. In equity analysis, there are the logicians, the storytellers, and then people in the middle.