Euan is the king of options/volatility trading and has written 3 books on the matter. In this episode, we go into the details of Euan's methodology, how he finds overpriced volatility, the steps in developing an edge and much more!
Larry is the founder of Bear Traps Report, which is a live distribution platform for INSTITUTIONAL investors with 600 institutions to watch what they say/do live, on Bloomberg.
He was formerly a VP at Lehman Brothers and the Head of Macro at Societe Generale. In this episode, we discuss the outcome of the US election, why oil is headed higher, why he's bullish on commodities and much more!
An incredible amount of info in this episode.
Steve van Metre has a long bond thesis, which we discuss at length in this interview. He is outspoken when it comes to his knowledge of the monetary system, and here, we explore the various aspects of the monetary system.
A very insightful and informative interview!
Danielle Booth is the CEO and founder of Quill Intelligence. In this interview we go into what the Fed is really up to, how Danielle would fix the Fed if she had the chance, the future of Central Bank digital currencies and much more!
An incredible interview!
Jack Schwager is a very very well known figure in the investment world. He's the author of 5 "Market Wizards" books, along with the "Schwager on Futures" series.
Here we discuss his story, his journey to writing MW Books, whether technicals have an edge, and what he's learnt from talking to various investors and traders. An absolutely splendid interview!
Raoul Pal is the co-founder and CEO of Real Vision and a legend in the macro world. Here we discuss the insolvency phase of the COVID economic crisis, how Raoul Pal invests as a macro guy and the Retirement Crisis that Raoul Pal has been worried about for so long and how that fits in with COVID-19.
Absolutely fantastic interview!
Anthony is the co-founder of Morgan Creek Digital and writes a daily letter on crypto, finance and the economy. He's a big bull on crypto and here we discuss what the bullish case for bitcoin is, why the current system isn't very good and what can be done about it.
Also, we talk about personal branding and the future of business as well, and how it all works. Fantastic interview!
Teddy Vallee is a macro investor and the founder and CIO of Pervalle Global. He shares what he's watching during these uncertain times, how he builds proprietary indicators and what risks he's watching over the next 12-24 months!
Edwin has been finding short ideas for a very long time, and in this podcast, you can find how he sources ideas and researches them. He's also the publisher of The Bear Cave Substack newsletter.
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Tyler DuPont is the founder and CEO of Augury Research, a collaborative research team. He's been in the markets since high school and it's his second appearance on the podcast. Here, he talks about his investment strategy, how he finds trades and his premiere strategy- short selling.
He's a great value investor and also talks of the importance of building a playbook!
The Dollar Milkshake Theory is a very important theme at Brent Johnson's fund Santiago Capital. We talk a lot about the dollar, gold, bitcoin and how he is playing the milkshake theory at Santiago.
Sri T is the Director of Research at the Jerome Levy Forecasting Center, a macroeconomic research firm. It's an incredible conversation with lots of amazing insights offered.
I had the opportunity to sit down with Sri T and get his thoughts on the COVID crisis, the central bank response, sorry advice given to central banks like the RBI and the approach he uses to help forecast profits.
All in all, some terms may not be familiar with a layman, but it was an absolutely fire conversation!
Ben Claremon is principal and portfolio manager at Cove Street Capital, managing about $700m. He's a value investor, and here he offers his thoughts on COVID, how his process allows him to stay calm, along with keeping biases out of the game. The most important message that has gone through, in my opinion, is the importance of a process.
Alex is the founder of Macro-Ops, a huge trading educational platform, as well as a trading king himself. A former military sniper, he shares his strategy, his thoughts on central banks and his overall macro strategy.
Based in Istanbul, Turkey, Mesut has 30 years of experience in emerging markets (specifically Turkey) as a value investor. A graduate of the Wharton School, he offers some incredible insights into what it takes to be an investor in emerging markets, what his process and strategy is, as well as why Turkey is incredible for investment.
This week's episode features Matthew Peterson, CFA , founder of Peterson Capital Management, a value hedge fund based in California. Here he gives his thoughts on COVID-19, why this is an incredible opportunity as well as being able to use put options to aid your value investment ideas.
Hey everyone! This week's episode features Jeremy Deal, the founder and portfolio manager at JDP Capital, a value based hedge fund in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. We have a great conversation on his investment process, why it's not enough to just look at asset based valuations and the need to dig deeper.
I got Tyler Kling, the co-founder of Macro-Ops on the podcast to share his thoughts on the coronavirus crisis, along with the factors he looks at. He also leaves a couple of thoughts on his trading strategy/philosophy.
Tavi Costa is a portfolio manager at Crescat Capital. They’ve consistently beaten the market since 2006. Here we discuss some of his macro views along with some thoughts on what the future holds, along with combining value with macro.
Mark Spiegel, founder and manager of Stanphyl Capital is a long/short equity and macro investor. In this episode, he discusses his thoughts on COVID-19, Europe, his investment philosophy and his thesis on Tesla. One of the most amazing podcast interviews I've ever done!
Josh has been a good friend of mine and runs The Market Hustle, one of the major investment educational accounts on Instagram, as well as the Market Hustle podcast. A realtor and a stock investor, here we discuss the impacts of the coronavirus on both stocks and real estate, why it's important to maintain a long term focus and the importance of diversification.
Mr. Illan has been in the investment game since he was 12, and brings over 30 years of experience to the table. Here he shares why the coronavirus lockdown may have REALLY happened, as well as his response to the volatility in March 2020. A very informative podcast for investors and laymen alike! He also shares the way he build investment portfolios, and researches investment theses.
Jason Perz has been trading for a long time, and has been into the markets since the age of 10, when his grandparents gave him a piece of silver. Ever since, he’s been obsessed with the way financial markets work and has a fantastic track record. Lots of value in this episode!
Morten is a Danish investor, who invests for the purpose of cash flow from dividends. He talks about why it’s not only important to see high yields, how he goes about picking stocks and his investment strategy. He runs dividend club on Instagram!
EPISODE 100!!! Oliver Sung is the founder of Junto Investments, an investment research website, as well as a value investor and a former portfolio manager from Denmark. Here he shares his thoughts and his philosophy on value investing, the future of the art as well as the mistakes he made along the way!
Jeremy is the founder of Personal Finance Club. With a pretty big audience on IG, his tips on investing in index funds have really hit home. Here he shares some of his views on investing and personal finance!
Hey! Dinesh Sairam is a value investor and blogger, based in Chennai. He runs a blog- valuation in motion, with some excellent posts. He was on my podcast for a fantastic interview on Investing in India!
I had the wonderful opportunity to interview Tyler who’s a great investor and trader! Also, a small correction- it’s S-4 and not Form 4 (for anyone who’d be interested)! The S-4 is a form for M&A while Form 4 is something a person files when they have a large stake that they reduce/increase!