The Investors Podcast - Studying Billionaires?

Friday, Feb 17 2017 by

For those of you regularly stuck in a car or train, you may be interested in listening to a US Podcast series I recently discovered. Called rather pretentiously, "The Investors Podcast - We Study Billionaires", the programmes do exactly as the name implies. The Preston and Stig presenter duo interview Investment Billionaires, or summarise and review books written by them. The Podcasts focus particularly on Buffet style Value investing, but many of the Stocko Guru screen names also come in for scrutiny. Add in some famous US business and self improvement authors and it's a impressive mix of free audio investment/business advise.

Skip the floury Ads at the start and end of each Podcast and there is 30 minutes or more of meaty content in between. I particularly liked the interview with Mohnish Pabrai in Episodes 120 and 121. Enjoy the weekend. Ian

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