For the past year and a half I've been listening to the Capital Allocators podcast.
I finally managed to listen to all the episodes. It's really interesting but I also know it's quite hard to go and listen to ~200 episodes.
While listening, I bookmarked the episodes that I got to learn a ton about investment strategy, asset management, leadership, entrepreneurship, and decision making.
I'd encourage to read the description of the episode and see if it looks like something you'd be interested in listening to:
The Bet With Buffett (ep.05)
From Hedge Funds To Health And Wellness At Humanco (first Meeting, Ep.12)
Vision, Tenacity, And Empathy (ep.09)
David “bull” Gurfein
Interdisciplinary Lessons From The Marines (ep.10)
Authentic Leadership (ep.18)
Death, Ice Cream, And Entrepreneurship (ep.19)
Improving Decision Making (ep.39)
From Complex To Simple (ep.57)
Multiple Ways To Win (ep.08)
Moneyball As An Investment Strategy (ep.72)
The Path To A Hedge Fund Launch (ep.96)
Radical Shift From Investing To Purpose (ep.101)
Lean Start-ups And The Long-term Stock Exchange (ep.107)
Andreessen Horowitz (first Meeting, Ep.07)
Blending Behavior And Fundamentals At Albert Bridge Capital (first Meeting, Ep.13)
Private Equity Risk And Public Equity Opportunity At Verdad Advisers (fm Ep.15)
Innovation From Asset Giants At Capital Constellation (ep.136)
Blending Global Macro And Real Estate At Commonwealth Asset Management (fm.21)
The Social Capital Flywheel (ep.167)
I hope you learn something from this amazing podcast, big thanks to Ted Seides.
PS. I'm a native Spanish speaker that is still learning English. If you see any typos or grammatical mistakes please let me know. I'd really appreciate it.
Published by Julio Montaño on Mar 04, 2021