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Morgan Housel: Betting on the things that never change


We did a surprise Thanksgiving podcast drop and had our friend Morgan Housel on the show to talk about the big idea behind his new book, ‘Same As Ever‘. We get into some stuff on the responsibility of a board director, the way investors overweight bad news versus good news, the not-so-aligned incentives of the financial media and so much more. It’s not a long episode but it is as nutritionally dense as anything we’ve ever put out.

Get Morgan’s new book at Amazon here – great holiday gift idea, accessible for literally everyone, whether they invest or just want to have better understanding of the world we live in.

I hope you love it. Have an awesome holiday weekend.

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