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We interview and study famous financial billionaires, including Warren Buffett, Ray Dalio, and Howard Marks, and teach you what we learn and how you can apply their investment strategies in the stock market. We Study Billionaires is the largest stock investing podcast show in the world with 150,000,000+ downloads and is hosted by Stig Brodersen, Preston Pysh, William Green, Clay Finck, and Kyle Grieve. This podcast also includes the Richer Wiser Happier series hosted by best-selling author W ...
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Millennial Investing by The Investor’s Podcast Network is hosted by Patrick Donley and Shawn O'Malley. Millennial Investing is one of the top-ranked investing podcasts in the world geared to the millennial generation. Here’s what we do: - We have conversations with the world’s best investors, entrepreneurs, authors, and thinkers and explore their ideas, methods, and stories to help YOU better invest your time and money. - Think of us as your research team who finds the most interesting and p ...
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On today’s show, Stig Brodersen talks with co-host William Green, the author of “Richer, Wiser, Happier.” With a strong focus on building meaningful relationships and serving others, they discuss what has made them Richer, Wiser, or Happier in the past quarter. IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN: 00:00 - Intro 01:24 - How to deal with your ego 05:52 - St…
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Clay Finck chats with Jeff Booth about inflation and deflation, why inflation isn’t necessarily ‘good’ for a healthy and thriving economy, why so many people are missing the fact that deflation and technological innovation is too powerful of a force to stop, why Jeff believes that Bitcoin is positioned to perform well over the long-term, and much m…
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On today’s episode, Clay is joined by Christian Billinger to discuss The Luxury Strategy by Kapferer and Bastien. Over the past 20 years, some of the best performing companies in the stock market have come from the luxury sector. For example Hermes and LVMH, which are both companies based out of France, have compounded at 21% and 16% respectively. …
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In this episode of the Bitcoin Fundamentals Podcast, we interview the versatile Kenny Florian, a former UFC fighter known for his impressive career across multiple weight classes. We explore Kenny's journey in MMA, highlighting his work ethic, resilience, and the concept of "proof of work." Kenny shares personal stories, including his near-death ex…
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In today’s episode, Patrick Donley (@JPatrickDonley) sits down with Shawn O’Malley, Chief Editor of our newsletter, We Study Markets, to discuss what his main takeaways were from doing a deep dive into The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham. Buffett called The Intelligent Investor the most important book on investing ever written and said outs…
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In this episode, William Green chats with Bruce Usher, author of a book titled “Investing in the Era of Climate Change.” Bruce, a successful entrepreneur, investor, & Columbia Business School professor, discusses the “once-in-a-lifetime” investment opportunity created by the transition of the global economy to a low-carbon future. He explains how t…
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On today’s show, Robert Leonard chats with Tom Bilyeu on how he was able to build one of the fastest growing food companies in the world and received a $1 billion valuation in under 5 years, what marketing strategies there are to turn to first in order to grow a brand new company, what NFTs are and what Tom’s goals are with an NFT marketplace, and …
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On today’s episode, Clay discusses the early days of Starbucks and Howard Schultz’s book — Pour Your Heart Into It. Starbucks has been one of the market's best-performing stocks over the past three decades. Since the IPO in 1992, Starbucks stock has had an average annual return of 18.6% relative to the S&P 500 returning 10.4% over that same period …
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In this episode of the Bitcoin Fundamentals Podcast, Prince Philip of Serbia joins us to discuss his advocacy for Bitcoin and its potential to offer financial sovereignty. We delve into his journey from a background in finance to becoming a passionate Bitcoin proponent. Prince Philip shares his thoughts on the synergies between Bitcoin and monarchy…
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In today’s episode, Patrick Donley (@JPatrickDonley) sits down with Shawn O’Malley, Chief Editor of our newsletter, We Study Markets, to discuss what his main takeaways were from doing a deep dive into The Essays of Warren Buffett by Lawrence Cunningham. You’ll learn how Charlie Munger fits into the story of Berkshire, what allowed for Berkshire’s …
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On today’s episode, Kyle Grieve and Clay Finck continue their conversation on Investing: The Last Liberal Art by Robert Hagstrom. We discuss details on why using the right explanation for a business is so important to a good investment thesis, simple ways to improve your reading to get more out of the books and content that you consume, how to use …
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Clay Finck chats with Dan and Josh from the Blue Collar Bitcoin Podcast. They cover their general thoughts on the Bitcoin Conference held in Miami, their takeaways from the billionaire capital allocators discussion at the conference, how Samson Mow is playing such a huge role in the Bitcoin space, what Cathie Wood, Michael Saylor, and Peter Thiel s…
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On today’s episode, Clay and Kyle dive into Robert Hagstrom’s book — Investing: The Last Liberal Art. Charlie Munger is famous for popularizing the use of mental models and pulling key ideas from related fields and implementing them to the world of investing. In today’s episode, that’s exactly what we do, starting with the fields of physics, biolog…
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In this episode of the Bitcoin Fundamentals Podcast, Jimmy Soni, author of "A Mind at Play" and "The Founders," joins us to discuss the life and work of Claude Shannon. We explore Shannon's groundbreaking contributions to information theory, including the concept of entropy and its importance in data transmission. Jimmy explains how Shannon's work …
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In today’s episode, Patrick Donley (@JPatrickDonley) sits down with R P Stevens to discuss his new book, The Sloth Investor. You’ll learn about his investing journey and how he developed his SLOTH investing philosophy, what the 5 bedrock principles of SLOTH investing are, how he goes about constructing a globally diversified portfolio, how he think…
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In this episode, William Green chats with Bob Robotti, a great investor who’s crushed the S&P 500 over the last 40 years. Bob, the President & Chief Investment Officer of Robotti & Co, explains why he believes we’re in a “new golden age” for active, value-oriented investors (not index funds); why he expects persistently high inflation; why he’s bet…
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Clay Finck chats with Jim Crider about what money really is, the attributes of good money, why an unstable form of money causes issues in an economy, why gold was chosen as money by the free market for centuries, the history of money in the United States, why Bitcoin has value, Jim’s thoughts on diversification, and much more! IN THIS EPISODE, YOU’…
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On today’s episode, Clay is joined by David Fagan to discuss Don Keough’s book, The Ten Commandments of Business Failure. Don Keough was the President and COO of Coca-Cola. During Keough’s and Roberto Goizueta’s leadership, Coca-Cola’s stock compounded at 27% per annum from 1981 through 1997. David Fagan serves as the managing partner at MBF Charte…
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Join us as Alex Busarov, founder of Heatbit, discusses combining Bitcoin mining with home heating and air purification. Learn about the challenges, the innovative "heating-by-computing" principle, and the future of decentralized mining. IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN: 00:00 - Intro 01:21 - The journey of creating the world's first Bitcoin-mining heat…
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In today’s episode, Patrick Donley (@JPatrickDonley) sits down with Rob Petrozzo to learn about the fascinating world of investing in rare collectibles through his platform called Rally. You’ll learn about Rob’s early days prior to Rally, how the genesis of Rally came about, how the platform works and what the early challenges were getting it launc…
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In this episode, Stig Brodersen talks with investment expert Lyn Alden about why gold has recently hit an all-time high. They discuss the optimal market conditions for gold investments and gold in portfolio management. IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN: 00:00 - Intro 01:20 - Why the gold price is at an all-time high 02:41 - Who are the buyers of gold, a…
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Clay Finck chats with Eric Balchunas about what an ETF is and why it’s a popular investment tool among retail investors, how Vangaurd was originally created after Bogle was ousted out of his own company, why Vanguard’s business model was so successful at attracting new investors, Eric’s thoughts on a potential index fund bubble, how Vanguard is dis…
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On today’s episode, Clay reviews Jeff Bezos’ shareholder letters and shares his biggest takeaways. Jeff Bezos is an exceptional capital allocator who has delivered unprecedented returns to shareholders. Since Amazon’s IPO, the stock is up 152,400%. IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN: 00:00 - Intro 01:58 - How Jeff Bezos thought about building Amazon.com …
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In this episode of the Bitcoin Fundamentals Podcast, investigative journalist Matthew Lysiak discusses his latest book on fiat food policies, influential figures like Ancel Keys, corporate interests, and the impact of inflation on health. IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN: 00:00 - Intro 02:22 - The history and impact of fiat food policies. 10:11 - The r…
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Patrick Donley (@JPatrickDonley) sits down with real estate investor, Henry Washington, to discuss his new book, The Real Estate Dealmaker. You’ll learn how to solve the two biggest problems real estate investors face which is how to find deals and how to fund them. You’ll also hear how Henry got his start in real estate after a panic attack brough…
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On today’s episode, Clay dives into the investment approach of billionaire value investor Li Lu. Li Lu is the Founder and Chairman of Himalaya Capital, a value investing firm where he has been managing its principal fund since 1997. Before his passing in 2023, Charlie Munger was an investor in the fund. IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN: 00:00 - Intro 0…
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On today’s show, Greg McKeown discusses his core philosophy to time management and personal development, Essentialism. Greg is a New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestselling author, motivational speaker, and consultant to Adobe, Apple, Google, Facebook, and many more. He reminds us all to reevaluate what we focus on and only work on what is t…
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In this episode of the Bitcoin Fundamentals Podcast, Andy Edstrom and Jesse Myers discuss the recent shift in political attitudes towards Bitcoin, highlighting how being “anti-Bitcoin” has become an election-losing stance. They explore the merging of AI training and Bitcoin mining facilities, examining the potential synergies and future implication…
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In today’s episode, Patrick Donley (@JPatrickDonley) sits down with former corporate lawyer turned real estate entrepreneur, Adrian Frederick, to talk about how to make a mid-career change and pursue your highest calling. You’ll also learn about what his first trip to the Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting was like, how he his start in real estate, …
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Kyle Grieve chats with Robert Hagstrom about reflections from Warren Buffett’s early investing mistakes, why GEICO’s insurance float has been setup so perfectly for use by Warren Buffett, why low turnover portfolio’s outperform other options, why looking at stocks as abstractions is such a powerful mental model, how Warren Buffett has made thinking…
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Today’s show is part 2 of a two-part series all about Bitcoin, other cryptocurrencies, and blockchain technology with TIP’s Co-Founder Preston Pysh. Preston is a graduate of West Point and Johns Hopkins University, the founder of BuffettsBooks.com, and Co-Founder/Co-Host of We Study Billionaires by The Investor’s Podcast Network. IN THIS EPISODE, Y…
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On today’s episode, Clay is joined by John Huber to discuss value investing fundamentals and the current market conditions. John Huber is the Managing Partner of Saber Capital Management, LLC. Saber manages separate accounts as well as a partnership modeled after the original Buffett Partnership fee structure. IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN: 00:00 - …
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In this episode of the Bitcoin Fundamentals Podcast, Luke Gromen discusses the macroeconomic outlook for the upcoming year. We cover the Fed/Treasury cap on USD, UST yields, potential changes in housing inflation metrics, and the significant backlog in transmission interconnections. Additionally, Luke explores the implications of a $1.8 trillion ho…
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Patrick Donley (@JPatrickDonley) sits down with best-selling author, Charles Duhigg to discuss his latest book, Supercommunicators. You’ll learn why Charles decided to become a writer, how challenges in his own life have led him to write his best-selling books, what supercommunicators do that average people don’t do in conversation, how to handle h…
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In this episode, William Green chats with Christopher Tsai, President & Chief Investment Officer of Tsai Capital. Christopher, who’s beaten the S&P 500 over the last 24 years, explains why Tesla is his biggest position; why investors routinely underestimate the impact of disruptive technologies; why it was so challenging to be the son of America’s …
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Today’s show is part 1 of a two-part series all about Bitcoin, other cryptocurrencies, and blockchain technology with TIP’s Co-Founder Preston Pysh. Preston is a graduate of West Point and Johns Hopkins University, the founder of BuffettsBooks.com, and Co-Founder/Co-Host of We Study Billionaires by The Investor’s Podcast Network. IN THIS EPISODE, Y…
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On today’s episode, Clay shares the most important lessons he’s learned from Chris Mayer. Chris Mayer is the author of 100 Baggers and the co-founder and portfolio manager of Woodlock House Family Capital. IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN: 00:00 - Intro 05:02 - The potential dangers of cloning. 09:40 - What Clay learned from reading 100 Baggers by Chri…
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Join us on this episode of Bitcoin Fundamentals as we talk with Abubakar Nur Khalil, a distinguished Bitcoin Core Contributor and founder of Recursive Capital. We explore Bitcoin's progress across Africa, discussing regulation, P2P dynamics, and significant developments in Nigeria. We also cover Abubakar's role at Btrust alongside Jack Dorsey and J…
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In today’s episode, Patrick Donley (@JPatrickDonley) sits down with Mike Hoffman, known as Mr. Passive on Twitter to chat about how he is building multiple passive income streams and teaching others to do the same. You’ll learn how wanting freedom motivated Mike to begin building several income streams, how Warren Buffett inspired him to learn abou…
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In today's episode, Stig Brodersen speaks to Tobias Carlisle and Hari Ramachandra. Stig only owns five individual stocks, and in this episode, he outlines why he has put Burberry on this watchlist. Hari’s pick, ICICI Bank Limited, is a solid bet on the rise of India, and Tobias pitches Playtika, a value stock trading at an appealing valuation. IN T…
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sit down with one of the owners of the NBA’s Atlanta Hawks, Jesse Itzler. Jesse is a successful serial entrepreneur, having founded Marquis Jet, which he sold to Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway, and being a partner of ZICO coconut water, which was sold to Coca Cola. He is also a best-selling author, keynote speaker, and former rapper. Jesse loo…
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On today’s episode, Clay is joined by Arvind Sanger to discuss investment opportunities in the energy, metals, and mining space. Arvind Sanger is the founder and managing partner of Geosphere Capital Management, a global long-short equity hedge fund focused on natural resources and industrial companies worldwide. IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN: 00:00…
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Join us for an insightful discussion with Joe Carlasare, American HODL, and Jeff Ross as we delve into the latest in the Bitcoin world. We start with why the ETH ETF isn’t happening anytime soon, Roger Ver's $50M tax dilemma, and analyze the current market setup heading into summer. We also explore the implications of Bitcoin's recent halving, Japa…
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Patrick Donley (@JPatrickDonley) sits down with Scott Young, author of Get Better at Anything-12 Maxims for Mastery, which you can apply to any domain in life. You’ll learn more about the learning challenges Scott accomplished, how to set and achieve ambitious goals, how to create a brain trust, the importance of seeking out feedback and how to eff…
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On today’s episode, Kyle Grieve discusses the book The Wealthy Gardener. He covers a variety of wealth topics like how to optimize your time to generate wealth, why it’s so important to avoid wage slavery, why you should embrace challenges to live a more fulfilling life, why we must make sacrifices in life whether we pursue wealth or not, why patie…
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On today’s show, Robert Leonard talks with James Altucher. James is prolific writer, successful serial-entrepreneur, chess master, and venture capitalist. James has a very colorful history throughout many facets of the finance industry. He has successfully started and sold various companies. James currently actively invests in, or advises, over 30 …
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On today’s episode, Clay and Kyle give a recap of the 2024 Berkshire Hathaway shareholder meeting and share their favorite clips from the Q&A session with Warren Buffett. IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN: 00:00 - Intro 02:14 - What Clay and Kyle did during the Berkshire weekend in Omaha. 12:57 - Clay and Kyle’s takeaways from the tribute to Charlie Mun…
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John Perkins delves into his past as an economic hitman, explaining the mechanisms and impacts of his actions on global economies. He critiques the fiat system and its role in geopolitical strategies and debt creation. Perkins also explores the potential of Bitcoin and decentralized technologies to challenge established economic controls. IN THIS E…
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In today’s episode, Patrick Donley (@JPatrickDonley) sits down with Nick Di Fabio who, prior to discovering Amazon KDP, had 30 jobs before the age of 30. He has since gone on to make over $1 million in Amazon KDP royalties, had a successful exit, and is now helping others clone his self-publishing strategies. You’ll learn how to get started in Kind…
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On today’s show, Stig Brodersen talks with legend value investor Mohnish Pabrai. Since its inception in 1999, one dollar invested in the flagship fund would have turned into $12.51 vs. $4.72 for the S&P500. In the interview, Mohnish Pabrai discusses his approach to a congruent life. Disclaimer: Stig Brodersen is invested in Pabrai Funds. IN THIS EP…
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