A week ago, I wrote that the “melt-up” might be beginning. Well, since then the financial media have gone into melt down mode. Talking heads have been buying stockpiles of food at Costco. The end is nigh.
Perma-bears have come out of their caves. Screams of joy were heard last night, ricocheting down the empty streets of Permabearville:
“CNBC returned my call” – “CNBC returned my call”
“They want a doom and gloom guest” – “They want a doom and gloom guest”
Portraits of Persian creatives.
I like long form interviews, whether it be podcasts or print.
Below are some of the podcasts I’ve been listening to recently:
- The Meb Faber Show (Investing)
- The Joe Rogan Experience (Everything)
- The East Africa Business Podcast with Sam Floy (Primarily start-ups)
- Motley Fool Money (Investing)
- The Moment with Brian Koppelman (Mostly interviews with creatives)
- Masters in Business with Barry Ritholz (Usually investing)
By far the best regular interview series I’ve come across in print is Lunch with the FT. It’s behind a pay wall but you can register and read 5 or so articles a month. Continue reading