Stansberry Investor Hour

Sinopse

Investor Hour with Porter Stansberry and Buck Sexton

Episódios

  • Dont Despair, Be Ambitious

    Don't Despair, Be Ambitious

    14/05/2020 Duração: 01h12min

    On this week's episode of the Stansberry Investor Hour, Dan kicks off the show with a rant about Bitcoin. He shares what makes Bitcoin different from other fiat currencies and argues that everyone should own a small amount. Then, Dan brings author, Matt Ridley, onto the podcast for this week's interview. Matt is an award-winning author who has written books such as Genome, The Rational Optimist, The Evolution of Everything and many more. His books have been translated into 31 different languages and have sold over 1 million copies worldwide. Matt and Dan discuss the Coronavirus, and the global response to it. Are governments around the world doing the right thing? Are people right to worry? Or is there cause to be more optimistic? Then on this week's mailbag, Dan gets a lot of heat from some of the listeners. Is last week's guest, Bill Browder, a crook? Was the Russian government the real victim? Did Dan buy into Bill's propaganda? Dan examines the arguments from some listeners and fires back.

  • In Putins Russia There Are No Good Guys

    In Putins Russia There Are No Good Guys

    07/05/2020 Duração: 01h17min

    On this week's episode of the Stansberry Investor Hour, Dan fills in listeners about Warren Buffett's annual Berkshire Hathaway Shareholder's Meeting. Buffett discusses some missteps Berkshire has taken in recent years and gives his outlook for the future. Then, Dan brings special guest, Bill Browder, onto the podcast for this week's interview. Bill is the founder and CEO at Hermitage Capital Management, which was at one time the investment advisor to the largest foreign investment fund in Russia. Browder saw corruption in Russia and exposed it. Because of this he was refused entry to Russia and declared a threat to Russian national security. During Bill's fight for justice, his lawyer Sergei Magnitsky helped him testify against crooked Russian police officers. Sergei was later arrested, tortured, and eventually murdered by the Russian government. Today, Bill works as a political activist working with governments in nations all over the world fighting kleptocracy in an effort to bring the men who killed Serge

  • The Odd Thing About Value Investors

    The Odd Thing About Value Investors

    30/04/2020 Duração: 01h14min

    On this week's episode of the Stansberry Investor Hour, Dan starts off by clearing up one important distinction about non-essential versus essential businesses. For a minute, Dan's rant gets a little heated. Then, Dan brings James Montier onto the podcast for this week's interview. James is the author of several well-known books such as  Value Investing Tools and Techniques for Intelligent Investment, Behavioral Investing: A Practitioners Guide to Applying Behavioral Finance, and The Little Book of Behavioral Investing. Dan and James immediately hit it off and talk about what drew them to the value investment, Warren Buffett, oil prices, COVID-19, opportunities in the market today... and much more.

  • What Negative Oil Prices Mean for You

    What Negative Oil Prices Mean for You

    23/04/2020 Duração: 01h15min

    On this week's episode of the Stansberry Investor Hour, Dan sounds off on the price of oil. Why on Earth did this happen? What does it mean for the average investor? And could it happen again? Next, Dan brings on Enrique Abeyta, editor from Empire Financial Research, onto the podcast for this week's interview. Over 20 years ago, Enrique started working on Wall Street, where he founded and served as managing partner at two long/short hedge funds. Enrique famously generated positive returns during the bear markets after the Dotcom bust and the global financial collapse. Enrique's not your typical Wall Street fund manager though. He's got some pretty controversial views on investing that leave Dan speechless. Listen for yourself on this week's episode.

  • The Time for Value Stocks is Here

    The Time for Value Stocks is Here

    16/04/2020 Duração: 01h09min

    Is it time to buy stocks, or should investors wait for the bottom? This week, Extreme Value Editor Dan Ferris offers a surprising answer to questions he hears most often from listeners.Our guest, Rick Rule of Sprott U.S. Holdings discusses the future of gold, and gives an incredibly bullish case.Listen now!

  • Giving Investors the Other Side of the Story

    Giving Investors the Other Side of the Story

    09/04/2020 Duração: 01h19min

    Is the recovery already underway? Are investors out of the woods yet? The markets haven’t swung this much since October of 2008. This week, Extreme Value Editor Dan Ferris reminds us that whenever there's volatility in the markets, there's great opportunity.Our guest, Mitchel Krause, founder of Otherside Asset Management discusses his unique investment strategies that reduce risk and have allowed him to outperform the majority of indexes out there.Dan and Mitchel discuss diversification and tackle some common sense investing ideas and debunk the safety of following the herd. Listen now!

  • Have We Learned Our Lesson From Enron?

    Have We Learned Our Lesson From Enron?

    02/04/2020 Duração: 01h08min

    On this week's episode, Dan speaks with Bethany McLean, author of the "The Smartest Guys in the Room" the story of the scandalous and unexpected fall of Enron. Before their epic collapse, Bethany was one of the first in the financial media investigating the red flags around the company. In early 2001, she wrote an article in Fortune Magazine, titled "Is Enron Overpriced?" Bethany even lets Dan in on an industry that could be seeing bankruptcies in the coming years. The two also touch on the Coronavirus, and the reason there's so much uncertainty. Bethany admits "there's a lot that we just don't know" but ends the episode on a very positive tone. Enjoy.

  • Is the Cure Worse than the Disease?

    Is the Cure Worse than the Disease?

    26/03/2020 Duração: 01h25min

    On this week's episode, Dan gives the latest updates on what is on everyone's mind, the Coronavirus. At the moment, unfortunately, we have more questions than answers. "What happens if the poorest in our country can't work for 6-8 weeks?" "What happens if Americans go back to work before the virus ends?" "Is the cure worse than the disease?" Then on this week's interview, Dan invites Principal of Bearing Asset Management, Kevin Duffy, onto the show. Bearing Asset Management was one of the few firms on Wall Street warning their clients of the housing and credit bubble before 2008. Dan asks Kevin about his new newsletter "The Coffee Can Portfolio." It's based on an older contrarian investment strategy that you may be unaware of. Kevin tells Dan stories of what it was like on Wall Street during the Financial Crisis and why the situation today seems so different. Also, Porter Stansberry has a special message for these questionable times. Click here to listen

  • The Start of the Greater Depression

    The Start of the Greater Depression

    19/03/2020 Duração: 01h18min

    This week Extreme Value Editor Dan Ferris discusses why the "Coronavirus is the biggest thing to happen on planet Earth since World War II." He shares why he's not back in on stocks yet.Our guest, Doug Casey doesn't mince words with the current situation around the pandemic, and explains why "This is the start of the Greater Depression," and what individual investors should do with their money right now.

  • The Bull Market Is Officially Over

    The Bull Market Is Officially Over

    12/03/2020 Duração: 33min

    The day has finally arrived. The Bull Market is officially over. The DOW dropped 1,400 points yesterday ending the longest bull market in U.S. history. Ordinarily, Dan has a guest on the show to discuss some aspect of the finance, but because of the unexpected turmoil and volatility this week, we decided to do something different. Today, Dan is here to talk to you – one-on-one – about the end of the bull market, about the Coronavirus, and about what it all means for your money.

  • What President Trump Doesnt Get About Interest Rates

    What President Trump Doesn't Get About Interest Rates

    05/03/2020 Duração: 01h13min

    This week, Extreme Value Editor Dan Ferris explores if the Fed's recent rate cut in response to coronavirus fears will make up for the economic slowdown. He cautions against optimism in the market going forward. Dan also points out what President Trump doesn't get about interest rates.Our guest, award-winning journalist Gregory Zuckerman from The Wall Street Journal dives deep into one of the most well-kept secrets of the finance industry. He explores how the Medallion Fund was able to return 66% annually over a 30-year span. Listen now!

  • Can You Beat the Market Buying Penny Stocks

    Can You Beat the Market Buying Penny Stocks

    27/02/2020 Duração: 01h02min

    This week, Extreme Value Editor Dan Ferris discusses the spread of the coronavirus, which is bigger threat than markets originally anticipated. We break down both the short and long-term implications on global markets and discuss how much worse will things get?Our guest, Dan Schum shares the best microcap and nanocap stocks he's found. He explores if investors can beat the market buying penny stocks. Listen now!

  • The Best Way to Play the Coronavirus Outbreak

    The Best Way to Play the Coronavirus Outbreak

    20/02/2020 Duração: 01h20min

    This week, Extreme Value Editor Dan Ferris examines China's handling of the coronavirus outbreak and asks if the country increased the risks by trying to cover it up. He also gives investors some actionable advice on how to best play the situation. Our guest, David Collum, professor at Cornell University discusses share buybacks and the Fed's latest "insane" move. Dan and David also take a deep dive on climate change and the Jeffrey Epstein story, with David calling the Epstein story, "the biggest story in American history..." Listen now!

  • To Be Truly Successful, You Have to Go All In

    To Be Truly Successful, You Have to Go All In

    13/02/2020 Duração: 01h32s

    This week, Extreme Value Editor Dan Ferris explores whether the coronavirus inspire further rate cuts from the Federal Reserve. He also answers listener questions about the Fed and its policy. Our guest, Mark Minervini explains his “burn the ships” mentality for investors. He shares how in order to be truly successful, investors have no choice but to go all in with everything they have.

  • Buy Bonds, Wear Diamonds and Own Property In the Caymans

    Buy Bonds, Wear Diamonds and Own Property In the Caymans

    06/02/2020 Duração: 01h09min

    This week, with coronavirus cases spreading, Extreme Value Editor Dan Ferris discusses how you can track the outbreak and begs the question "Is the situation worse than is being reported?"Our guest, Raoul Pal, discuss global macro ideas and Raoul gives the listeners four simple words of advice to help their portfolios. Listen now!

  • What the Coronavirus Means for Markets

    What the Coronavirus Means for Markets

    30/01/2020 Duração: 01h43min

    This week, Extreme Value Editor Dan Ferris assesses the impact a full-blown coronavirus epidemic could have on markets worldwide. Our guest, Bryan Beach of Stansberry’s Venture Value shares war stories of finding opportunities others didn’t see, and the “dark stocks” that can double or triple in days. Listen now!

  • What’s the Most Valuable Asset in the World Right Now?

    What’s the Most Valuable Asset in the World Right Now?

    23/01/2020 Duração: 01h18min

    In this week’s podcast, Extreme Value Editor Dan Ferris shares where Apple could go from its $1.4 trillion market cap. Dan also reviews some of the best answers to his recent question of, “What is the most valuable asset in the world right now?” Our guest, and friend of the pod, Meb Faber stops by to share his insight on trend-following, and why investors focus almost exclusively on the U.S. at their own peril. Listen now!

  • Tesla’s Stock Just Made History – Now What?

    Tesla’s Stock Just Made History – Now What?

    16/01/2020 Duração: 01h21min

    On this week’s podcast, Extreme Value Editor Dan Ferris dissects the headlines after Tesla’s monstrous run past $550 a share. Also, Dan explains how in this era of “unbridled optimism,” investors have to get other things right too. Our guest, Harris Kupperman, founder of Praetorian Capital outlines his criteria for finding stocks that can go up 3x-5x in the next few years.

  • What’s Next After Gold’s Big Boost?

    What’s Next After Gold’s Big Boost?

    09/01/2020 Duração: 01h15min

    In this week’s podcast we talk about gold’s big boost following the U.S. airstrike that killed Iran’s top general, Qassem Soleimani… and what’s next. Extreme Value Editor Dan Ferris shares why he’ll be surprised by truly big moves in gold this year. Our special guest, Austin Root, Portfolio Manager of Stansberry’s Portfolio Solutions stops by the podcast to share his experience about working for three hedge funds Porter Stansberry considers the best in history. Listen now!

  • Top 10 Potential Surprises of 2020

    Top 10 Potential Surprises of 2020

    02/01/2020 Duração: 40min

    Instead of hearing everyone else’s “predictions,” Extreme Value Editor Dan Ferris goes deeper in our latest podcast. He breaks down where the markets stand now, what’s priced in, and the 10 biggest potential surprises for investors in 2020 and beyond. Listen now!

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