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Arnold Van Den Berg on His Experiences in Life and Investing
Famed investor Arnold Van Den Berg, founder of Century Management, was hosted by Dave Sather at Texas Lutheran University in 2012.
Aswath Damodaran on Valuation: Four Lessons to Take Away
Aswath Damodaran participated in the “Talks at Google” series in 2015, sharing selected lessons and insights into the valuation of equity securities.
Bill Gates and Warren Buffett Discuss Business in 1998
Warren Buffett and Bill Gates answered questions on topics including innovation, their paths to success, and the trend of globalization.
Bill Gates and Warren Buffett Discuss Business in 2017
Warren Buffett and Bill Gates spoke with Charlie Rose and answered student questions at Columbia Business School in 2017.
Bruce Flatt on Durable Principles for Real Asset Investing
Bruce Flatt discusses his journey, the challenges faced by Brookfield over the decades, key ideas that have shaped its philosophy, and enduring principles.
Charlie Munger’s Remarks at Daily Journal Annual Meeting in 2020
Charlie Munger spoke to Daily Journal shareholders and answered questions at DJCO’s annual meeting in February 2020.
Chuck Akre on an English Major’s Attempt to Solve the Investment Puzzle
Chuck Akre, founder of Akre Capital Management, participated in the “Talks at Google” series in 2017. He was hosted by Saurabh Madaan.
Chuck Royce on Small-Cap Value Investing
Chuck Royce, the legendary manager behind The Royce Funds discussed his value-oriented investment strategy with Steve Forbes in 2012.
David Einhorn in Discussion at the Oxford Union Society
David Einhorn of Greenlight Capital visited the Oxford Union in 2017 to engage in a question-and-answer session with Oxford students.
David Swensen on Investing and Endowment Management
Yale CIO David Swensen sat down for a conversation on long-term investing with former treasury secretary Bob Rubin at the Council on Foreign Relations in 2017.
François Rochon: The Art of Investing — Going Beyond the Numbers
François Rochon, president and portfolio manager of Giverny Capital, participated in the “Talks at Google” series in 2017.
George Soros on the General Theory of Reflexivity
George Soros discussed his general theory of reflexivity and its application to financial markets, providing insights into the financial crisis of 2008.
Howard Marks in Conversation with Joel Greenblatt
This discussion of value investing between two highly regarded practitioners was recorded at The Wharton School in the spring of 2015.
James Simons Reflects on a Mathematician’s Career in Finance
James Simons, arguably the most successful quantitative investor, reflects on his career and provides a glimpse into how mathematics enabled him to amass a fortune.
Joel Greenblatt on The Little Book That Beats The Market
Joel Greenblatt participated in the “Talks at Google” series in 2017, discussing his investment philosophy and insights from The Little Book That Beats The Market.
Jorge Paulo Lemann in Conversation with Jim Collins in 2016
Jorge Paulo Lemann dropped some gems on leadership in this conversation with Jim Collins, author of “Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap and Others Don’t”.
Mark Walker on Why Investing Is Not as Hard as We Think
Mark Walker presents a context for investment managers to judge their prospects for success. He discusses behavioral constraints and the tactics investors can employ to create long-term value.
Michael Mauboussin on The Success Equation: Untangling Skill and Luck
Michael Mauboussin participated in the “Talks at Google” series in 2015, sharing his insights into equity valuation.
Mohnish Pabrai on How Biases Lead to Investment Mistakes
Mohnish Pabrai participated in the Talks at Google series in 2017, sharing his insights into biases and our flawed evolutionary brain.
Paul Volcker and Ray Dalio on the U.S. Economy
Ray Dalio sat down with one of his “greatest heroes”, Paul Volcker, to talk about the state of the economy and learn about the principles that guided Paul’s incredible career.
Peter Lynch on Making Money in the U.S. Stock Market
Peter Lynch, former manager of Fidelity’s Magellan Fund, gave a lecture on equity investing and the U.S. economy at the National Press Club in 1994.
Ray Dalio on His Principles for Investing and Life
Ray Dalio participated in the “Talks at Google” series in 2018. Ray discussed lessons built around “radical truth” and “radical transparency.”
Robert Cialdini on the Power of Pre-Suasion
Robert Cialdini spoke at the London-based Royal Society of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce about his book, The Power of Pre-Suasion, in 2016.
Robert Hagstrom on Liberal Arts Investing
Robert Hagstrom, bestselling author and noted investment strategist, spoke about using multidisciplinary investment decision models in 2019.
Tom Gayner on the Evolution of a Value Investor
Tom Gayner, Chief Investment Officer of Markel Corporation, spoke on his evolution as a value investor. Tom was hosted at Google in 2015 by Saurabh Madaan.
Tom Murphy Shares Leadership Lessons From Capital Cities / ABC
Tom Murphy, former Chairman and CEO of Capital Cities/ABC, shares leadership lessons learned during his time at one of America’s foremost media companies.
Warren Buffett on His Investment Philosophy in 1992
Legendary investor Warren Buffett spoke to the Omaha Press Club in 1992. The talk was one of Buffett’s earliest recorded and preserved speeches.
William Green on Lessons From the Great Minds of Investing
William Green participated in the “Talks at Google” series in 2016, sharing lessons from some of the most successful investors and allocators of our time.