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.
TIP344: A Deep Dive Into Morning Brew's $75M Valuation w/ Alex Lieberman
On today’s episode, Trey Lockerbie sits down with Alex Lieberman, the co-founder and CEO of the wildly popular email newsletter company, Morning Brew.
BTC020: Bitcoin & Quantum Computing w/ Andrew Fursman (Bitcoin Podcast)
On today's show I talk to Andrew Fursman, who's an expert in quantum computing, about the impacts it could potentially have on encryption, Bitcoin, and financial security.
TIP343: How to Invest like the Best w/ Ted Seides
In today’s episode, Trey sits down with Ted Seides to talk about how the world’s elite money managers lead and invest.
BTC019: Bitcoin's Layer 2 Lightning Network w/ Ryan Gentry (Bitcoin Podcast)
On today's show, Preston talks with Lightning Labs' Ryan Gentry about the Bitcoin 2nd Layer.
TIP342: The Future of Food w/ Billionaire Jim Mellon
In today’s episode, Trey sits down with billionaire, Jim Mellon. They discuss Jim's new book, “Moo’s Law". The book is about the future of food and how we, as investors, can profit.
BTC018: Bitcoin Smart Contract w/ Discrete Log Contracts featuring Pierre Rochard & Ben Carman (Bitcoin Podcast)
On today's show I talk with Pierre Richard and Ben Carman about having Smart Contract on the base layer of the Bitcoin protocol. This is done by Discrete Log Contracts and this episode talks about how DLCs work.
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This pod cast, has many things I didn’t know before finding it. I’m very happy I found it.
Best financial podcast I know about
Love this show, downloaded all of them and listening to them in chrono order. Even without the investing stuff, they talk about interesting stuff alot.
The main two points I would say could be improved are:
Being less opinionated and more factual. For example, if they said what their return was with what strategy they were using, that would be better then what they thought was a good idea. I would be much more interested in what they thought were good investments if they had a 20% return for the last 5 years straight.
And two, it would be nice to have more viewpoints on the show, for example, someone who is a gold bug, big on bitcoin, etc
Love the show, just wanted to give my feedback and really like that you promote creating value and giving.
I wrote the above review a couple years ago and I want to update it further
I try new podcasts regularly so I am familiar with the financial podcasts available. This podcast is the least biased and most informative from what I have seen. I wish they could come out with episodes everyday!
In terms of things they could improve on, I would like if they got rid of the adds. If they are using all this info to get rich then why do they take the add money?
They could start some patreon podcasts if they want some income to offset their time and other costs to produce the show
The first few editions of the Wednesday podcast were very interesting...now, not so much.