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#2 We study billionaires and the books they read.

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How we do it

We believe success leaves clues. Our job is to define the critical habits and elements that successful people share and bring them to our audience. This site is all about you – the listener. For new members, if you would like to know The Top Three Habits Billionaires Share, you can download it here. If you would like to download all of our book summaries, click here. Thanks for being a part of our community! Cheers, Preston and Stig.

How we do it

EP32: The Balance Sheet Recession and Quantitative Easing Trap

Recorded | 25 April 2015
In Richard Koo's newest book, he provides an interesting comparison between Japan in the 1990's the the United States today (2015). Koo suggests that America's use of quantitative easing could potentially have detrimental long-term impacts to the economy because interest rates have been so heavily manipulated. The result could mean higher interest rates on long term bonds during the next market down-turn.

EP31: My Interview with Warren Buffett and other Billionaires – with Gillian Zoe Segal

Recorded | 18 April 2015
In this episode, Preston and Stig talk to Gillian Zoe Segal about her interview with Warren Buffett. Her experience was a result of writing her new book titled, Getting There. In Gillian's book she also interviews 30 of the most successful people in the world to include people like Michael Bloomberg, Kathy Ireland, and Anderson Cooper. This was a fascinating interview to hear about the critical variables that lead to each of their major accomplishments.

EP30: What in the World is Bitcoin?

Recorded | 4 April 2015
In this episode, Preston and Stig talk about the disruptive new digital currency that's growing around the world. Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies could eventual become a popular form of payment without limits across international boarders. This is a fascinating discussion that you won't want to miss.

EP29: What is the Federal Reserve Doing? (FED)

Recorded | 28 March 2015
During political rallies, you'll often hear crowds of people start chanting, "End the FED," but why is there so much hatred. In this episode, we discuss the 100 year history of the FED and why their actions during that time have put the US and other countries in a sticky situation today.

EP28: Think and Grow Rich – A Summary of Napoleon Hill’s book

Recorded | 21 March 2015
In the early 1900's, Andrew Carnegie was one of the richest people to have ever lived. In today's value, his net worth would be $320 billion dollars. In an effort to capture his thoughts on the elements to success, he solicited the help of writer, Napoleon Hill. Hill's book, Think and Grow Rich, has sold over 15 million copies and is regarded as the #1 success book of all time. You won't want to miss our review of this classic book.

Ep27: Value Investing Traps – with Andrew Sather

Recorded | 14 March 2015
Sometimes the best place to start is with the fundamentals. In this episode of The Investor's Podcast, we talk to Andrew Sather about the basics of finding value investing traps. Andrew has studied all the bankruptcies of the last centry and in this episode, he talks about the common variables that lead to the loss of a company's competitive edge.

EP26: Billionaire Mark Cuban’s Book Recommendation – Rework

Recorded | 7 March 2015
In this episode of The Investor's Podcast, we read a book that is recommended by the billionaire Mark Cuban. The book is titled, Rework. Mr. Cuban said that if given the choice between a person with an MBA and a person that has read this book, he'll take the reader of Rework. In addition to our review of the book, we talk about billionaire Ray Dalio's comments during the World Economic Forum in 2015.

EP25: Deep Value Investing – with Tobias Carlisle

Recorded | 28 February 2015
In this episode of The Investor's Podcast, we interview the author of, Deep Value. This book is a fascinating read that statistically demonstrates the theory that companies with very bad past performance (with respect to earnings), tend to outperform high premium picks. Toby was highly influenced by Benjamin Graham and Joel Greenblatt and it comes highly recommended by Preston and Stig.

Ep24: How to Become an Outlier – A Summary of Malcolm Gladwell’s book

Recorded | 22 February 2015
Have you ever wanted to be an enormous success or complete outlier in your field? In the newest book that we read, the New York Times Best Selling author, Malcolm Gladwell, studies the reasons why some people become outliers. The book was highly entertaining, and it came as a recommendation from the billionaire Charlier Munger.

Ep23: Stock Market Bubbles and Asset Allocation – with MorningStar’s Paul Arnold

Recorded | 15 February 2015
As of February 2015, the Stock Market is at an all time high. As a result, The Investor's ask MorningStar's expert, Paul Arnold, about the proper asset allocation during these periods of high valuations. If you have a lot of money in the stock market, you might want to listen closely to this weeks episode.

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