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The Wall Street Journal’s Spencer Jakab on the real winners of GameStop mania, Robinhood’s role in encouraging stock speculation (and how it came very close to bankruptcy), and how Chamath Palihapitiya and Elon Musk fueled the flames of the whole debacle.
James Hagedorn, Scotts Miracle-Gro Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board, on the tremendousopportunity in the cannabis space, potentially spinning off the fast-growing Hawthorne division and more…
IAC CEO Joey Levin on why his company took a 12% stake in MGM, which companies within IAC he is most excited about, lessons learned from working with Barry Diller, and how he approaches capital allocation.
Ryan Serhant CEO and Founder of Serhant, on the NYC real estate market, potential technological disruption in the real estate brokerage industry, his firm Serhant, Jolie at 77 Greenwich and more.
Legendary Investor Leon Cooperman on asset allocations, interest rates, Berkshire Hathaway, and where he is currently finding value in the stock market.
David Zaslav, CEO of Discovery, Inc. on the future of streaming and Discovery plus
Michael Santoli, Senior Markets commentator at CNBC on how he has used his experience covering 9/11 and has applied that to Covid-19. He also discusses the importance of Twitter in journalism.
David M. Rubenstein:
David M. Rubenstein, Co-Founder & Co-Executive Chairman of The Carlyle Group, on how private equity deals are evolving and his recent book “How To Lead.”
Sir Martin E. Franklin:
Sir Martin E. Franklin, Founder & CEO of Mariposa Capital/ Founder of Jarden Corporation, on SPACs, Capital Allocation, Acquisition Strategy and Business Success.
Brandon Ridenour, CEO Of ANGI Discusses how ANGI is disrupting the home services industry.
Caleb Silver, Journalist & Editor in Chief of Investopedia, on how Investopedia is helping individual investors and how to get your website on the first page of Google.
Mellody Hobson, President & co-CEO of Ariel Investments, on the advantages of a diverse workforce and the changing media landscape.
Kenneth L. Davis
Kenneth L. Davis, MD, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Mount Sinai Health System, on how to decrease healthcare costs without sacrificing quality of care and why drug pricing should be a trade issue.
Howard Lorber, CEO of Vector Group, Chairman of Douglas Elliman, Charmain of Nathan’s Famous, on the New York real estate business and how he believes technology will impact the real estate brokerage business.
Mario Gabelli, Chairman & CEO of GAMCO Investors, Inc., on portfolio construction and who he believes could be the next John Malone.
Ken Langone, Co-Founder of Home Depot, on how he founded The Home Depot and the importance of risk taking. He also discusses the importance of not being complacent.
Scott Turow, Best Selling Author on the “golden age” of content creators and the economics of the publishing industry. He also discusses whether Amazon is currently engaging in anti-competitive behavior.
David Alpert, Executive Producer of The Walking Dead, CEO of Skybound Entertainment on what he did that helped turn The Walking Dead into an international sensation.
Larry Cunningham, bestselling author, on what it would take to create another Berkshire Hathaway.
Steve Einhorn, Vice Chairman of Omega Advisors, Inc., on investing in an unpredictable political environment and how Omega blends macroeconomics with fundamental investing.
Frank Blake, Former Chairman & CEO of Home Depot on publicly-traded retailers he admires and what investors should look for when analyzing a turnaround situation.
Chris Mayer is the Investment Director of the Bonner family office. He is also the Chief Investment Strategist at Bonner & Partners. Before joining Bonner & Partners in 2016, he was the editor of Capital & Crisis, published by Agora Financial from 2004-2015. He was a corporate banker from 1994-2004, and graduated magna cum laude with a degree in finance from the University of Maryland. He also has an MBA from the same institution.
Tobias Carlisle, Founder of The Acquirer’s Multiple, on how to incorporate deep value investing into your investment process.