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64 minutes | 4 days ago
Max Arbitrage – Healthcare, Investing & Biology (EP.37)
In this episode of Infinite Loops we spoke with the man behind anonymous Twitter account Max Arbitrage. Max is an investor, entrepreneur, and top mind in the health care industry. In this conversation we covered: Game theory and modern markets Deterministic vs. probabilistic thinking Max’s entrepreneurial ventures Fixing what sucks in an industry The perils of status games And MUCH more Follow Max on Twitter (https://twitter.com/max_arbitrage).
75 minutes | 11 days ago
Lily Francus – Options, Passive & Speculation (EP.36)
In this episode of Infinite Loops, we spoke with Lily Francus, an independent quantitative researcher and creator of the NOPE indicator. In this conversation we covered: Lily’s dive into the world of options Her popular whitepaper and subsequent NOPE indicator The power of Twitter for networking and insights Retail participation in the options markets GameStop madness And MUCH more Follow Lily on Twitter (https://twitter.com/nope_its_lily) and check out her writing (https://nopeitslily.substack.com/).
66 minutes | 18 days ago
Polina Marinova – The Profile (EP.35)
In this episode of Infinite Loops, we spoke with Polina Marinova, founder, and author of The Profilenewsletter, which covers the masters and experts within various industries. In this conversation we covered: Polina’s decision to leave Fortune The business aspect of content creation Lessons learned from profiling the greats How The Profile has evolved over time Developing an alter ego And MUCH more Follow Polina on Twitter (https://twitter.com/polina_marinova) and check out her newsletter (https://readtheprofile.com/).
64 minutes | 25 days ago
Naufal Sanaullah – Macro, Psychology & Charity (EP.34)
In this episode of Infinite Loops we spoke with Naufal Sanaullah, Chief Macro Strategist at EIA All Weather Alpha Partners. In this wide-ranging discussion we cover: How Naufal navigated markets at the start of COVID-19. Leveraging Twitter for mentorship The Momentum Factor and Goldman’s Baskets Positive and negative impacts of the internet Naufal’s charitable work And much more.
79 minutes | a month ago
Tim Urban - Exploring Ourselves (EP.33)
In this episode we spoke with Tim Urban, founder and writer at Wait But Why? In this super episode Jim and Tim discuss: • The story of us • Managing and taming our biases • Flat earthers and how we’re no different • Overcoming our outdated mental hardware • and MUCH more. Follow Tim on Twitter (Twitter.com/waitbutwhy) and check out his site (waitbutwhy.com)
64 minutes | a month ago
Jason Zweig – Psychology, History & Writing (EP.32)
In this episode of Infinite Loops we spoke with Jason Zweig of The Wall Street Journal, where he writes his famous The Intelligent Investor column. Jason is also the author of Your Money and Your Brain, and the editor of the revised edition of Benjamin Graham''s The Intelligent Investor. In this discussion we cover: The power of writing to learn. Why humans never learn from their mistakes. Jason’s path into markets out of college. The lessons we can learn from the past. And much more Follow Jason on Twitter (https://twitter.com/jasonzweigwsj) and check out his website (https://jasonzweig.com).
45 minutes | a month ago
Mayor Francis Suarez – The Miami Elevator Pitch (EP.31)
In this episode of Infinite Loops we spoke with Francis Suarez, Mayor of Miami. In this wide-ranging discussion we cover: The mass business migration to Miami Leveraging Twitter as a public official The elevator pitch for moving to Miami Why the Mayor is so optimistic about Miami’s future Jim and Jamie’s post-episode discussion And much more Follow Mayor Suarez (https://twitter.com/FrancisSuarez) on Twitter.
65 minutes | 2 months ago
Dan Runcie – The Business of Hip-Hop & Music (EP.30)
In this episode of Infinite Loops we spoke with Dan Runcie, author of the popular newsletter Trapital, which focuses on hip-hop business trends. Our conversation covers: Apple vs. Spotify Music as an investment asset Unique revenue streams for innovative artists The economics of hip-hop Opportunities for artists in Tiktok and other new apps And MUCH more Follow Dan (https://twitter.com/RuncieDan) on Twitter, and check out his newsletter https://trapital.co/.
103 minutes | 2 months ago
Brian Roemmele – The Intelligence Amplifier (EP.29)
In this episode of Infinite Loops we spoke with Brian Roemmele, aka “The Voice Expert”. Our long and in-depth conversation covers: The rise of Voice systems like Alexa The future of voice, AI, and knowledge Brian’s exciting invention Intelligence Amplification And MUCH more Follow Brian (https://twitter.com/BrianRoemmele) on Twitter, and check out his website http://voicefirst.expert/.
52 minutes | 2 months ago
Pete Weishaupt – The Golden Age for Creators (EP.28)
In this episode of Infinite Loops we spoke with Pete Weishaupt. Our conversation with Pete covers: Starting an e-commerce business Running cheap experiments How to leverage Twitter Behavioral economics And much more Follow Pete (https://twitter.com/peteweishaupt) on Twitter, and read his blog herehttps://maverickmedia.substack.com/.
74 minutes | 3 months ago
Alex Danco – Shopify, SPACs & Status (EP.27)
In this episode of Infinite Loops we spoke with Alex Danco of Shopify. In this wide-ranging discussion we cover: Alex’s first 6 months at Shopify Social Capital & SPACs How Twitter has changed status networks The rise of e-commerce Can Founders Lie? And much more Follow Alex (https://twitter.com/Alex_Danco) on Twitter, and read his blog here http://alexdanco.com/ .
76 minutes | 3 months ago
Tren Griffin- Escaping Gravity (EP.26)
In this episode of Infinite Loops we spoke with Tren Griffin, Senior Director at Microsoft and author of the popular business and investing blog 25iq . In this wide-ranging discussion we cover: Base rates and ‘escaping gravity’ Living a rewarding life. Entrepreneurship and risk-taking The importance of becoming an ‘Editor’ And much more Follow Tren (https://twitter.com/trengriffin) on Twitter, and read his blog here 25iq.
71 minutes | 4 months ago
Josh Brown & Brian Portnoy – “How I Invest My Money” (EP.25)
In this episode of Infinite Loops we spoke with Josh Brown & Brian Portnoy, authors of the newly released book How I Invest My Money. In this discussion, we cover: How Brian and Josh invest personally. Highlighted stories from some of the 25 contributing authors. The concept of “Funded Contentment” How money can be wielded as a weapon Behavioral biases and money Roasting Jamie… and much more Follow Josh (https://twitter.com/ReformedBroker) and Brian (https://twitter.com/brianportnoy) on Twitter, and their new book here How I Invest My Money: Finance Experts Reveal How they Save, Spend, and Invest.
58 minutes | 4 months ago
Michael Batnick – The Irrelevant Investor (EP.24)
In this episode of Infinite Loops we spoke with Michael Batnick, Director of Research at Ritholtz Wealth Management. In this conversation, we cover: Michael’s journey to Ritholtz Wealth Management His terrible experiences in the insurance industry Breaking into finance How the Ritholtz Wealth Management business has grown And much more Follow Michael on Twitter at https://twitter.com/michaelbatnick , and find his blog here The Irrelevant Investor.
62 minutes | 4 months ago
James Clear – Constructing Habits & Systems (EP.23)
In this episode of Infinite Loops we spoke with James Clear, author of the bestselling book Atomic Habits. In this fascinating discussion, we cover: Maintaining habits amid COVID-19 The importance of time horizons Writing as an antidote to confusion The steps for forming atomic habits And much more Follow James on Twitter at https://twitter.com/JamesClear , and find his book here Atomic Habits.
81 minutes | 5 months ago
Annie Duke – How to Decide (EP.22)
In this episode of Infinite Loops we spoke with Annie Duke, former professional poker player, decision-making expert, and best-selling author. Her latest book is How to Decide: Simple Tools for Making Better Choices, which was released this week. In this conversation, we cover: COVID-19 and decision-making Resulting and the 2016 election What drove Annie to write her new book Writing as a powerful tool for testing your knowledge And MUCH more. Follow Annie on Twitter at https://twitter.com/AnnieDuke , and find her new book here https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0593418484?tag=randohouseinc13176-20.
66 minutes | 5 months ago
Adam Townsend (Pt. 2) – The Sale (EP.21)
In this episode of Infinite Loops we invited Adam Townsend back on to speak exclusively about Sales, and why it is so important. In this conversation, we cover: Extreme salesmanship What you cannot learn from Sales books The sales we don’t even realize we’re making The right and wrong approaches to selling And MUCH more. Follow Adam on Twitter at https://twitter.com/adamscrabble .
76 minutes | 5 months ago
Brent Beshore – Boring Businesses, COVID-19, and Doing Better (EP.20)
In this episode of Infinite Loops we spoke with Brent Beshore, CEO and Founder of Permanent Equity. In this conversation, we cover: What Brent has learned since making his first deal. How COVID-19 has impacted the businesses in Brent’s portfolios The importance of time horizons The lasting changes from COVID-19 Finding the right partners and teams in business You can follow Brent on Twitter (https://twitter.com/BrentBeshore) and learn more about Permanent Equity here (https://www.permanentequity.com/about-our-firm)
55 minutes | 6 months ago
Ron Howard – The Past, Present and Future of Entertainment (EP.19)
In this episode of Infinite Loops we spoke with legendary actor, documentarian, Co-Founder of Imagine Entertainment, and academy award winning director Ron Howard. In this wide ranging discussion, we cover: The pressure and thrill of directing a Beatles documentary How the movie industry has evolved, and the impact of COVID-19 How documentaries differ from traditional movie making The future of entertainment and how streaming changes things And MUCH more Enjoy!
56 minutes | 6 months ago
Phil Pearlman: Westerners Discuss the Tao (“Don't Suck”) (EP.18)
In this episode of Infinite Loops we spoke with Phil Pearlman. We discuss: What Phil has learned from studying the Tao The narratives you tell yourself The most important rule: Don’t suck How marketing & finance has evolved over Phil’s career And MUCH more… Follow Phil on Twitter (https://twitter.com/ppearlman) to stay up to date on all of his exciting projects.
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