Mom always says that if you want to learn about anything, learn from the best. Author Magnus Angenfelt IS one of Europe’s greatest investors (he formerly managed a top performing hedge fund) and decided to study other successful investors. We talk to him about some of the interesting correlations between the best of the best in the world of investing. What do they have in common? How are they different? What ideas can we glean from their success? We’ll talk about risk, failure, education and more concepts on today’s interview.
Of course, there’s more than that! PK talks about a hilarious Fidelity study. Joe & OG tackle real estate in IRAs and the problem with Bill Gross. Plus, we take a listener letter about disability insurance. As if that isn’t enough, we have trivia from my mom’s neighbor Doug AND we review the hit movie Boxtrolls.
– Opinion: 4 Better Alternatives to Bill Gross and PIMCO (Marketwatch)
<17:05> Secrets of the 99 World’s Greatest Investors – Magnus Angenfelt
The book (our StackingBenjamins.com/Amazon link to help the show!)
<41:00> PK’s Fractional Cents
– A funny Fidelity study.
– Lynn asks, “What’s the right amount of disability coverage?”
<53:00> End Show/Movies
[…] I’m not just hypothesizing. In his book The 99 World’s Greatest Investors, Magnus Angenfelt shows that contrarians—people who go against the grain to find their positions—were some of the richest investors in the world. (You can hear Magnus and Joe talk about great investors on the podcast). […]