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Brian Feroldi is the author of the book “Why Does The Stock Market Go Up?: Everything You Should Have Been Taught About Investing In School, But Weren't”. His mission statement is “To Spread Financial Wellness”, and he does exactly that in this episode of Infinite Loops! You can connect with Brian on Twitter at and get his book from Amazon at Show Notes: Brian’s first exposure to the stock market The power of mission statements Personal finances over investments Paying off your mortgage early Finding high-quality companies (Business) Momentum investing Brian’s Investment Checklist Importance of narratives in investments strategies 99% of great investing is doing nothing On being wrong, and learning from mistakes DCA’ing into index funds Capitalism is brutal Knowing Tom Engle Books Mentioned: Why Does The Stock Market Go Up?; by Brian Feroldi The Tao Jones Averages; Bennett W. Goodspeed How To Retire Rich; by Jim O'Shaughnessy The Intelligent Investor; by Benjamin Graham The Psychology of Money; Morgan Housel Just Keep Buying; Nick Maggiulli
Tracy Alloway is the co-host of the Odd Lots podcast and a managing editor at Bloomberg Markets. You can follow Tracy on Twitter at and listen to her podcast here: Show Notes: Financial crisis hindsight Being obsessed with risk and systemic stability Historical parallels to the crisis of ‘08 Macro vs. micro bullshitting Why people refuse to say “I don't know” Victorian chicken bubble Tales of forensic accounting NFTs being used to launder money? NFTs’ path to success Insights from collapse of previous civilizations Understanding the Human OS Fair Wages for Robots Praise for Citi’s Matt King and Credit Suisse’s Zoltan Pozsar
Nick Maggiulli is a financial educator, author of the blog “Of Dollars and Data”, and the newly released book “Just Keep Buying: Proven Ways To Save Money And Build Your Wealth.” In this episode, we talk with Nick about the robust empirical research that has gone behind the insights and ideas presented in his new book! You can follow Nick on Twitter at and buy his book at Show Notes: Coming up with title of the book The save-invest continuum Is buying a house a good investment? Debt: Good or bad? On being shaped by our experiences One path the wealth creation? 2020 vs 2021 as an investment year Handling emotions during a bear market Importance of diversification The ideal asset allocation The Great Reshuffle The argument against stock picking Negative yield bonds Lump sum vs. DCA Index investors or momentum investors Life as a growth, and value stock Books Mentioned: Just Keep Buying; by Nick Magguilli Security Analysis; Benjamin Graham The Intelligent Investor; Benjamin Graham Influence; by Robert Cialdini
William Green is a journalist and author of the book “RICHER, WISER, HAPPIER: How the World's Greatest Investors Win in Markets and Life.” — a book that draws on hundreds of hours of interviews with many of the world’s super-investors to demonstrate that key insights for building wealth apply to life as well. You can follow William on Twitter and get his book at Show Notes: From Journalism to Investing Obsessiveness required to play and win a game Behavioral biases Role of patience in investing Stoicism, and dealing with uncertainty Reading authors like Henry James Saying YES to serendipity Being present in the moment Delaying gratification “When I fall, I shall rise” Getting out of your own way Staying away from the games that don't suit you How body posture can affect you psychologically Giving pleasure to your creator Not knowing the truth Books Mentioned: Richer, Wiser, Happier: How the World's Greatest Investors Win in Markets and in Life; by William Green Happy: Why More Or Less Everything is Absolutely Fine; by Derren Brown
As Chamath Palihapitiya put it back in April 2021, 10-K Diver is “one of the best fintwit accounts on Twitter.” 10-K Diver loves breaking down complex financial topics and helping people understand them via engaging Twitter threads. You can follow 10-K Diver on Twitter at and read all his threads at Show Notes: Curating aggressively Is there a long term plan? Reasoning from the first principles Volatility tax Do markets have a memory? Financial Independence, Retire Early (FIRE) Mental models for investing Premeditating Jim’s GIF game Is it a Lindy or a turkey? The ‘Money Concepts’ show Benefits and pitfalls of leverage What’s next for the 10-K diver? Books Mentioned: Reminiscences of a Stock Operator; by Edwin Lefèvre Happy; by Derren Brown
Morgan Housel comes back for his second episode and Infinite Loops’ 100th episode! Morgan is a financial writer and author of the bestselling book “Psychology of Money” — having sold more than a million copies worldwide! You can follow Morgan on Twitter at, and read his blog at Show Notes: Morgan’s role at Collaborative Fund Marketing that isn’t “forced” Good product is good marketing When perception becomes reality Feedback to Morgan’s book The power of stories Understanding finance vs. Experiencing it Writing is thinking Not a great age for middlemen Promises of crypto Should volatility be considered as risk? Morgan’s next book Disconnect between the ideal and the practical Change in Morgan’s life after his book’s success Happiness is not about money Raising children into great adults Interviews should be conversations, not interrogations On luck and humility Books Mentioned: Psychology of Money; by Morgan Housel
Dr. David Rhoiney is a Robotic Surgeon, but his talent stack also includes being a cryptologist, financial educator, writer, public speaker, web developer, former Division One Basketball player and sprinter, and more! Phew... However, he did not come from a background of privilege. He started out homeless, and the only bread winner of his struggling family from a very young age. So how did he change his life? One word: Perseverance. Dr. David is now on the path of helping others change their own lives, and shares one of most inspiring stories we have heard till date. We are grateful to be able to share his life's journey with you. Hope you enjoy this episode as much as we did. You can contact Dr. David on Twitter at and subscribe to his newsletter at Show notes: David’s childhood Managing to stay away from Foster care Going through a GI bleed An academic turnaround Becoming a submariner Four years of cryptology Getting into medical school Introduction to financial literacy Origins of SurgiFi On always being kind and helpful David’s Talent Stack Advice to the young Motivating people to learn Never going back to poverty Being an autodidact Poverty is NOT chosen Ideas to improve financial literacy in the world
Douglas A. Boneparth is the President at Bone Fide Wealth, Founder at CryptoDrip, and co-author of the book ‘Millennial Money Fix’. Follow Douglas on his Twitter at, CryptoDrip at and know more about Bone Fide Wealth here: Show Notes: Writing a book with your spouse "Killing your darlings" Humor as a marketing strategy Generating leads with Twitter and SEO Scaling a financial planning business Demystifying financial jargon Dealing with the 2020 crisis Doug's introduction to Bitcoin The Web 2.0/Web 3.0 bridge Crypto Drip: A coffee-based NFT collection Trusting the trust-less system Gamestop-AMC saga Responsibilities of a fiduciary Earning the Right to Invest How NOT to suck on Twitter Books Mentioned: The Millennial Money Fix; by Douglas A. Boneparth and Heather Boneparth
Steven Begleiter is a Managing Director of Flexpoint Ford. Prior to joining Flexpoint Ford in 2008, Steve was a Senior Managing Director at Bear Stearns & Co. He is also a professional Poker player who claimed the 6th place in World Series of Poker 2009, winning $1.59M Show Notes: Culture at Bear Stearns The liquidity crisis that ended Bear Stearns Evolution of Financial Services Importance of having a ‘thesis’ for your investments The Rise of Private Equity Where is PE headed to? Investing lessons from a Poker career Role of luck in life and Poker Psychology at the poker table How micro-expressions can give your game away Historical perspective to the Russia-Ukraine crisis Importance of reading military history
Jake Taylor is the CEO of Farnam Street Investments and author of the book ‘The Rebel Allocator’, a book that help readers make better investment and business decisions. You can find Jake on Twitter at and get his book from Show Notes: Iron Law of Economic Survival Trade-offs between profit and brand Capturing intangible value Products as signalling devices Journalytic — Getting better at decision making Reducing the friction around journalling Joseph Campbell's Hero's Journey Shortening the brain’s feedback loop The Great Reshuffle The Thinker and The Prover Cheng versus Ch'i Plato’s cave analogy for business decision making What makes a good decision maker? Books Mentioned: The Rebel Allocator; by Jake Taylor The Wealthy Barber; by Dave Chilton The Nature of Value; by Nick Gogerty The Genius of the Beast; by Howard Bloom Happy; by Derren Brown
Our recurring guest Alex Danco of Spotify, err.. Shopify returns to Infinite Loops for his fifth appearance to discuss all things Web 3! Follow Alex on Twitter at and read his essays at Show Notes: Was it un-Canadian for Canada to pass the Emergency Act? Was the MAGA movement monarchist? Social meaning of NFTs What NFTs are not Catholicism — The original blockchain Code that can make commitments Wallets are the new web browsers What really is censorship Blockchains tell you what to ignore Porting from Web 2.0 to Web 3.0 NFTs as human readable format of a smart contract Why gamers end up as good decision makers How to identify an extremely online person
Rohit Krishnan is a VC and essayist who writes the ‘Strange Loop Canon’ newsletter in which he tries to understand the ever increasing complexity of our world. You can follow Rohit on Twitter at and subscribe to his newsletter at Show Notes: Douglas Hofstadter’s Strange Loop Memory as an unreliable narrator Are we seeing a decline in eccentricity? The Great Reshuffle We need more Thiel-style patrons Why do big companies suck at innovation? Importance of failure Reducing the cost of failure Universal Basic Income/Dividend Maximizing EV vs. Maximizing hit rate Are governments inefficient? Fragility of jobs World in 2050 Books Recommended: Gödel, Escher, Bach; by Douglas Hofstadter I Am a Strange Loop; by Douglas Hofstadter The Misbehavior of Markets; by Benoit Mandelbrot and Richard L. Hudson
Title:  Description:Sam McRoberts is the CEO of VUDU Marketing, an SEO agency and author of the book ‘Screw the Zoo’, a book that helps you “escape from your cage, free your mind, and take over the world.” You can contact Sam on Twitter at and get his book at Show Notes: Life as a digital nomad Role of video games in children’ education The Great Unwashed Running an SEO consultancy Jed McKenna — A fictional character? Being kind to everyone Importance of curation in social media Bot infestation in Twitter Free will vs. Nature of reality Surrender comes after enlightenment, not before Memory as a latticework Shannon Limit Love as detachment Perseverance and survivorship bias The Original Sin Another dark age? To mute, or to block? Virtual Reality and Robots Psychedelics Books Recommended: The Beginning of Infinity; by David Deutsch Cloud Atlas; by David Mitchell Screw the Zoo; by Sam McRoberts
Rick Doblin in the Founder and Executive Director of the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS). MAPS is a leading organization in the USA supporting psychedelic and marijuana research since 1986. You can follow Rick on his Twitter at Amy Emerson is the CEO of the MAPS Public Benefit Corporation (MAPS PBC), a wholly-owned subsidiary of MAPS. You can learn more about MAPS and donate at Show Notes: Rick’s journey from Construction to Psychedelics How Amy met Rick and started working together How psychedelic research was hampered for decades MDMA therapy for police officers and Navy Seals Cultural shift in the perception of psychedelics Has internet made it easier or difficult to spread propaganda? Legitimate concerns agains advancements in psychedelic research MDMA: A euphoric, or psychedelic? Man-made vs. Natural psychedelics Psychedelics are NOT magic cure-all pills MDMA treatment for childhood trauma? Alternative forms of treatment like sound therapy, VR, hypnotism Why donate to MAPS Books Mentioned: One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest; by Ken Kesey Cosmic Serpent: DNA and the Origins of Knowledge; by Jeremy Narby How to Change Your Mind; by Michael Pollan The Immortality Key; by Brian Muraresku Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance; by Robert M. Pirsig The Body Keeps the Score; by Bessel van der Kolk Happy; by Derren Brown The Beginning of Infinity; by David Deutsch
Lily Francus is a risk theorist and a quantitative researcher at Moody’s. She is also the author of the ‘Midnight on the Market Momentum’ newsletter. Find Lily on her Twitter at and read her newsletter at Jesse Livermore is an OSAM research partner and a recurring guest at Infinite Loops. You can connect with him on Twitter at and read more about his work at Show notes: Why all the recent focus on bubbles? How the era you grow up in shapes your investment philosophy Intrinsic and Extrinsic value How leverage impacts pricing What is a bubble? And how to identify if you’re in one Role of uncertainty in arbitraging What makes a bubble pop How bubbles set a new floor price Do we have enough short sellers? Time arbitrage Information arbitrage in a hyper-connected world Are we currently in a financial bubble? Implications of pseudonymity Is there a free will?
Zachary Resnick is the Managing Partner and co-founder at Unbounded Capital, a trumpet player and composer, and a poker enthusiast. We speak with Zach about: Scaling issues with BTC Why isn't Bitcoin SV the prominent Bitcoin? The best use-cases for Bitcoin SV Can Bitcoin SV survive a govt. attack? Jazz music, Poker, and much more! Follow Zachary on his Twitter at and know more about Unbounded Capital at
Dave Nadig is the CIO & Director of Research for ETF Trends and ETF Database. However, our conversation with Dave takes a curious turn and instead of ETFs, we end up discussing about: • Tokenizing everything • Left vs. Right brain thinking • Working on the limitations of Web 3.0 • Role of psychology in asset valuation • And MUCH more!   Follow Dave on Twitter at and know more about ETF Trends at
Louisa is a Neuroscientist & Neurophysiologist, and a performance advisor to pro athletes, teams & portfolio managers. Our discussion with Louisa includes: The origin of Neuro Athletics Goal setting done right How light and melatonin affects sleep Impact of sleep on your cognitive abilities Ice baths, sauna, performance myths And MUCH more! Know more about Louisa’s firm “Neuro Athletics” at and read her newsletter at
In this episode of Infinite Loops we have Sahil Lavingia with us. Sahil is the founder and CEO of Gumroad, and author of the book “The Minimalist Entrepreneur”. The rise, and fall, and rise of Gumroad Physical vs. Digital Communities Befriending ‘volatility’ Applications of Web 3 And MUCH more! Follow Sahil on Twitter at and buy his book from Amazon at
Tren Griffin returns to what is his third appearance on Infinite Loops — with a series of stories on business, investing, and life! Why Gates didn’t write an autobiography How “rude” QnAs can be helpful Having a purpose in life Keeping business separate from the personal And MUCH more! Follow Tren on Twitter ( and read his blog at:
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Nick Tee

Hey there! is there a transcript of this?

Oct 10th
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