We interview and study famous financial billionaires including Warren Buffett and Howard Marks, and teach you what we learn and how you can apply their investment strategies in the stock market.
BTC031: Investments in Bitcoin Tech w/ Alyse Killeen (Bitcoin Podcast)
On today's show, Preston Pysh invites the founding managing partner of StillMark Venture Capital Firm, Alyse Killeen. Alyse has been in the Bitcoin space since 2013. During the show, they talk about numerous new Bitcoin technologies, and how smart contracts and Defi are coming to Bitcoin.
TIP355: Why Facebook Is A Value Stock w/ Bill Nygren & Mike Nicolas
In today’s episode, Trey Lockerbie welcomes back Bill Nygren and Mike Nicolas from Oakmark Funds and talks about the recent value stocks of Bank of America and Facebook.
TIP354: Building Berkshire 2.0 w/ Chamath Palihapitiya
Trey Lockerbie sits down with founder and CEO of Social Capital, Chamath Palihapitiya. Chamath was an early executive at Facebook and then went on to become a super successful Venture Capitalist, with early investments into Amazon, Tesla, Slack, and Bitcoin.
BTC030: Bitcoin Security and Self Custody w/ Nick Neuman (Bitcoin Podcast)
On today's show, Preston Pysh talks to Nick Neuman about Bitcoin security and self custody. They explore the importance of taking multiple security measures in keeping one's Bitcoin safe, and the basics of Bitcoin encryption.
TIP353: The Best Performing Asset Is Not Bitcoin w/ Marin Katusa
Trey Lockerbie sits down with NYT best-selling author and investor, Marin Katusa. Marin is a contrarian value investor who specializes in gold, uranium, rare earth, and most recently, carbon credits.
BTC029: Jack Dorsey's Involvement in Bitcoin & Jack Maller's El Salvador Announcement W/ Alex Gladstein (Bitcoin Podcast)
On today's Preston Pysh talks with Alex Gladstein who recently interviewed Jack Dorsey at the 2021 Miami Bitcoin conference. Alex also shares with us the petrodollar system, and El Salvador as the first country to adopt Bitcoin as legal tender.
The episodes on Bitcoin are informative and forward thinking. The rest of the episodes are a bit “cultish” and outdated for me.
Please lessen the number of episodes about Bitcoin
Most episodes that cover topics other than Bitcoin are very insightful. I like that the host always researches the guests’ works before the actual interview.
Episode with Marin Katusa
Marin Katusa is a snake oil salesman. The whole episode was a promotion of his book and his book. His book is a another salesmanship scheme. You buy the book but you have to send your email to get the last chapter of what you already bought and you will never hear back anything except more promotions.
This show has a great reputation, let’s be careful to make sure there is some accountability.