EPISODE 131 ▪ December 5, 2019
What 2019 Has in Common With 1929
We have a very special interview segment this week – a “trader’s roundtable” with three Stansberry colleagues who have spent years trading stock options, here to show their strategies and takes on what 2020 could bring for investors. As every year winds down, it’s natural to reflect on how the market’s done for the last 12 months. But Dan says there are only two specific situations where it actually pays off – and now is one of the times to take a hard look at the overall stock market.
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EPISODE 130 ▪ November 27, 2019
How to Find the Next Business Genius
Dan starts out this week by continuing his discussion of share repurchases.  He’ll show you the man who put share repurchases on the map, investing legend Henry Singleton (1916-1999).  Singleton was an MIT-trained PhD engineer who liked to play chess without looking at the board, preferring to keep it all in his head.  Dan talks about the two things Singleton did to secure his reputation as a bona fide business genius. 
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EPISODE 129 ▪ November 21, 2019
Is Bitcoin Breaking Away From a "Crypto Winter?"
We have a special guest this week: Crypto Capital editor Eric Wade, who’s hot off a major crypto seminar with Ron Paul, where he briefed attendees on the future of money and the coming clash of competing currencies. Eric has a storied career as an investor and entrepreneur, from buying and selling web domain names for $1 million, to personally mining Bitcoin years before the craze went mainstream.
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EPISODE 128 ▪ November 14, 2019
A Warning We Haven't Seen Since 2008
This week’s episode is all about stories, including a dive by Dan into numbers and statistics, and which ones to disregard in a world where the vast majority of data is just noise. For instance, the private equity firm KKR’s bid for a record-breaking acquisition is capping a pattern that we really haven’t seen since 2008. It’s a $57 billion acquisition, or more than $70 billion if you include debt to be acquired, but Dan shows why those numbers are actually distractions to the much bigger story and historical warning at hand.
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EPISODE 127 ▪ November 7, 2019
How to Recognize the Start of a Trend
This week Dan clears up last episode’s remarks about his views on the bull market before turning immediately to this week’s podcast guest, Michael Covel. Michael is a five-time author whose financial background includes work at Solomon Brothers before an undercover group of investors caught his attention for their new way of doing things – and far superior profit-making abilities. Michael pulls back the veil on trend following in this episode, explaining how to know when to act on a possible trend, and why you can ignore almost all of the information about any company or commodity you’re deluged with to focus on five constant questions.
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EPISODE 126 ▪ October 31, 2019
What a Difference a Year Makes
With no guest this week, Dan is free to look back on the first year of his predictions and observations since taking the helm of Stansberry Investor Hour roughly a year ago. From the ongoing bull market, still standing even after a few rough patches, to the rash of IPOs and continuing dominance of FAANG stocks, there’s a lot to unpack. Dan gets to Google’s eye-popping growth in its latest report, and Beyond Meat’s first-ever profit that, seemingly paradoxically, took a bite out of its share price – though the stock is down 22% since Dan recorded based on what Dan calls a far more significant Tuesday development for share price.
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EPISODE 125 ▪ October 24, 2019
Why WeWork is On Life Support
In a week with the latest drama with WeWork on full display, Dan breaks down the ultimatum it faces from SoftBank and its founder Adam Neumann’s $1.7 billion parachute, and also shares insights from some of the more insightful Vegas speakers from last month. He then gets to this week’s guest, Jason Goepfert. With the Dow dropping as much as 1,000 points last month, you won’t want to miss Jason’s thoughts on the edge that sentiment analysis can give investors – and how it can put both your and everyone else’s emotions to work for you.
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EPISODE 124 ▪ October 17, 2019
Why Gold Could Fall Over The Next Few Months
We guarantee you'll learn plenty from this week's guest, Mark Dow.  Dan never fails to learn something valuable from reading Mark's website and Twitter posts.   Mark runs Dow Global Advisors and the @BehavioralMacro twitter feed and blog, where he shares his trade ideas and risk management techniques, along with macro commentary. He has more than 20 years of experience as a policy maker, investor, and trader—all of which focused on global macro and emerging markets.
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EPISODE 123 ▪ October 10, 2019
The Biggest Bubble Ever? Live From Las Vegas
Recording from Las Vegas for the annual Lifetime Stansberry Conference, Dan shares some of the insights he revealed to the most elite members of Stansberry Research, and a book recommendation that’s prompted his newest recommendation he just unveiled in Vegas. He then gets to the biggest bubble in history, which is giving rise to things like Austria’s 100-year bond unrolled last summer, and explains why this is, in fact, bigger than the tech or housing bubble or any other mania we’ve seen.
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EPISODE 122 ▪ October 3, 2019
Elizabeth Warren's Former Student Speaks Out
In this episode, Dan jumps straight into the interview with this week’s guest, David Levine. David is the Founder of Odin River and operates the popular @paranoidbull Twitter account. He has spent his career at top private equity and hedge fund institutions. David is an advisor and investor in numerous startups including Artivest, a successful Fin-Tech company with over 100 employees and ~$3B in AUM, which he helped to found. He was previously a key member of the investment teams at Paulson & Co. and Colony Capital. David’s background in philosophy has carried over to his investing approach, as has his own brand of risk analysis. Interestingly, he has this in common with his old professor Elizabeth Warren, who he used to have many chats about moral hazard and financial risk in our system – although as you’ll hear, this may be the only thing they have in common.
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