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Renegade Investors podcast is a show that rebels against the conventional wisdom of investing! We take a common and well-accepted investment wisdom, tear it apart and explore the alternative ways of thinking about investing. We also like to showcase other “renegade” investors who are going against the prevailing wisdom of investing in their own unique way.

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    • 3.7, 3 Ratings

Renegade Investors podcast is a show that rebels against the conventional wisdom of investing! We take a common and well-accepted investment wisdom, tear it apart and explore the alternative ways of thinking about investing. We also like to showcase other “renegade” investors who are going against the prevailing wisdom of investing in their own unique way.

    Ep 16: Can you retire early and live off of your investments?

    Ep 16: Can you retire early and live off of your investments?

    Being in your mid-40s and doing what you like to do... That's not an image that comes to mind when we think of retiring. But, that's exactly what Eric Cuka is doing. Eric is a successful sales executive in his 40's and he is on track to retire in the mid-40s. He is the portfolio publisher of Stock Card's Get F.I.R.E.D. Up! portfolio and in this episode of Renegade Investors podcast, he lays out a detailed plan about how he is going to retire early and live off of his investments, and how you can do it too!Can it be it done? And, can the stock market get you there?As always, this podcast show would not have been possible without the free and publicly available content, primarily through several YouTube channels.Detailed list of sources:
    CBC News YouTube channel: Breaking down the basics of "F.I.R.E." for retirement planning |
    Afford Anything YouTube channel: Suze Orman: Why I Hate the FIRE Movement | Afford Anything Podcast (Audio-Only) |
    https://freesound.org​

    • 36 min
    Ep 15: Should I invest in pot stocks? Part 2

    Ep 15: Should I invest in pot stocks? Part 2

    After we published part 1 of the two-part podcast episode about whether to invest in pot stocks or not, Mark Bernberg launched The Green Fund on Stock Card's portfolio Store. Since then, the market has decided to test our intelligent ways of investing! Most of our picks in the portfolio are a bit down due to a variety of reasons, none indicating any changes in the future market potential. That's why in this second part of my conversation with The Green Fund portfolio publisher, we dug deep into a few practical ways of evaluating pot stocks and we discussed how to create a diversified portfolio of cannabis stocks. If you haven't listened to part one of this series, make sure to listen to it before listening to the second part. As always, this podcast show would not have been possible without the free and publicly available content, primarily through several YouTube channels.Detailed list of sources:
    CNBC Television YouTube channel: Green Thumb Industries CEO on big catalysts for cannabis |
    https://freesound.org​

    • 22 min
    Ep 14: Should I invest in pot stocks? Part 1

    Ep 14: Should I invest in pot stocks? Part 1

    Worried about high valuations, regulation, and stock price fluctuations in the cannabis industry? You are not alone! Welcome to the party! Just in time for your weekend binge-listening, we published the latest episode of Renegade Investors podcast. It's part one of our CEO's conversion with Mark Bernberg, founder of TheGreenFund[dot]com and the publisher of a portfolio by the same name on Stock Card's Portfolio Store. The two of them go through all the key questions investors have about pot stocks! 
    As always, this podcast show would not have been possible without the free and publicly available content, primarily through several YouTube channels.Detailed list of sources:
    CNBC Television channel: Pot stocks too pricey, says 'dean of valuation' |
    https://freesound.org​

    • 35 min
    Ep 13: Is India the new China and should you invest in it?

    Ep 13: Is India the new China and should you invest in it?

    We are taking a breather from the tech IPOs hype and exploring whether India is the new China. The Indian economy and the stock market has grown faster than the U.S. and China. Should you consider investing in Indian companies? India is an excellent mix of new, young companies that are creating the latest technology-driven products and old, large, stable ones that have been in business for several decades. The new startups, springing up in all the major cities, are driven by an ambition to build innovative, unique and future-defining products using modern technology and atypical business models. Stable companies are the foundation of India's economy and have steady operations. However, the Indian stock market is not as much talked about in the U.S. and mostly out of the sights of the U.S. investors. In today's episode of the Renegade Investors podcast, we invite Stock Card's Senior Financial Analyst and the Portfolio Publisher of the Emerging India portfolio on our Portfolio Store to discuss the similarities between India and China. Some of the companies we discussed are Infosys (Ticker INFY), HDFC Bank (HDB), Dr Reddy's (RDY) and Larsen & Toubro (LTOUF), MakeMyTrip (MMYT) and YatraOnline (YTRA). As always, this podcast show would not have been possible without the free and publicly available content, primarily through several YouTube channels.A detailed list of sources:
    CNBC YouTube channel: How India's Economy Is Growing At A Faster Pace Than China |
    CNBC International YouTube channel: Why is India growing so fast? | CNBC Explains |
    ​CNBC - TV18 YouTube channel: Paytm's Founder On Warren Buffet's Berkshire Hathaway Investment |
    ​DW news YouTube Channel: How the 2019 elections could change the face of India: Interview with Raghuram Rajan |
    Netflix YouTube channel: Cooked | Official Trailer [HD] | 
    Reuters: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-india-ecommerce-explainer/explainer-what-are-indias-new-foreign-direct-investment-rules-for-e-commerce-idUSKCN1PP1Y2 |
    Yahoo Finance: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/trump-drop-preferential-trade-treatment-065638247.html |
    https://freesound.org​

    • 26 min
    Ep 12: Why do stock market investors regret not becoming a Lyft driver?

    Ep 12: Why do stock market investors regret not becoming a Lyft driver?

    Have you ever listened to Lyft drivers' stories on Pick Me Up podcast show, sponsored by Lyft? Those stories are beautifully told and are truly inspirational. However, since a few days ago, there has been a bigger Lyft story that has me and potentially another 60 million stock market investors in the U.S. wishing to be a Lyft driver. You ask, why? Lyft, Inc. has just filed its S1 documentation with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission to go public on Nasdaq stock exchange in 2019. Lyft drivers, assuming that they have completed at least 10K rides with Lyft are going to get a slight bump in their net worth, because as you will hear in the latest episode of our Renegade Investors podcast show, Lyft drivers are entitled to a nice going-public bonus and have a chance to use that bonus to invest in Lyft's shares before the rest of us. While Lyft drivers are considering to become investors in Lyft, you and I, on the other hand, won't be able to complete 10K drives anytime soon. But, we may still decide to become an investor in Lyft when it goes public soon. The question is, should we?This episode would not be possible without the free and openly available content around the web, especially on YouTube. We are fortunate to live in the golden age of free information. Thank you!​Detailed list of sources:
    Pick Me Up podcast website:
    https://creative.gimletmedia.com/episode/will-won-grammy/ |
    https://creative.gimletmedia.com/episode/as-long-as-were-together/ |
    https://creative.gimletmedia.com/episode/im-gonna-restaurant/ |

    CNBC Television YouTube channel: 
    Ridesharing app Lyft files for 2019 IPO, and its jump start could be a major advantage for the stock |
    Kara Swisher on Lyft and other hotly-anticipated IPOs for 2019 |

    Boss Files with Poppy Harlow website on Sticher- Lyft Founder John Zimmer: On the Brink of IPO:  https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/turner-podcast-network/being-boss-with-poppy-harlow/e/58848176
    Rani Milla Twitter account: https://twitter.com/ranimolla/status/1101588325603913728?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1101683206137438208&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Ftherideshareguy.com%2Ftakeaways-from-lyfts-financials%2F |
    CBS This Morning YouTube channel: Lyft president on self-driving cars, what sets them apart from Uber |
    Bloomberg Technology YouTube Channel: Lyft Should Include Drivers in IPO Ownership, NYU's Sundararajan Says |
    Bloomberg YouTube channel: Why GM And Lyft Are Teaming Up |
    Pitchbook.com: https://pitchbook.com/news/articles/an-inside-look-at-lyfts-ipo-filing |
    Renan Dincer's Twitter account:  https://twitter.com/rrnn/status/1101953759175860225 |
    https://freesound.org

    • 28 min
    Ep 11: Can passive index fund investing be the new sugar?

    Ep 11: Can passive index fund investing be the new sugar?

    Passive index fund investing is arguably the most well-accepted wisdom of modern day finance. No one is smart enough to buy low and sell high consistently. And, all you need is to believe in capitalism and put your money in an index fund that is representing the overall market, and that's the winning formula.That's the proven formula of wealth. Or, is it?Borrowing some wisdom from the nutrition and health industry, some times things that are deemed to be not so good for you now were once considered healthy. Sugar was once considered a medicine, and we now have started a  war against it.Can passive index fund investing be the new Sugar?This episode would not be possible without the free and openly available content around the web, especially on YouTube. We are fortunate to live in the golden age of free information. Thank you!​Detailed list of sources:
    CBC News YouTube Channel: The Secrets of Sugar - the fifth estate |
    Freakonomics Radio YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2gliEYBo10 |
    Fox Business YouTube Channel: 
    Vanguard Group founder on how to manage your 401 (k) plan |
    Vanguard Group founder on the problem with index funds :

    Morningstar, Inc YouTube Channel: Bogle: Keep Investing |
    The University of Chicago YouTube Channel: Japan's Economic Bubble and the Lost Decade, with William Tsutsui |
    NPR Planet Money Podcast: Japan's Lost Lesson |
    oldiesfan1968 YouTube Channel: ITALIAN MUSIC - THAT'S AMORE - ROCCO GRANATA |
    Reuters: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-funds-passive/index-funds-to-surpass-active-fund-assets-in-u-s-by-2024-moodys-idUSKBN15H1PN |
    https://freesound.org​

    • 25 min

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