Nobody Knows Nothing
“It's tough to make predictions, especially about the future.” ― Yogi Berra
“It ain’t what you don’t know that gets you into trouble. It’s what you know for sure that just ain’t so. “ – Mark Twain
Yogi Berra and Mark Twain.
Two of the most quoted people in the history of humanity.
Chances are if you're reading this, you've likely heard both of the above quotes before. I am far from being the first financial blogger to use them and I certainly won't be the last.
We all nod our heads in agreement when we hear these two quotes, but the truth is we find it much more difficult to actually abide by their intentions.
There are few things more fun to me than hitting the record button and talking markets and investing with some of the most genuinely funny and insightful people I know.
The last few weeks have been a blast sharing stories and chopping it up on the podcasts hosted by some of my favorite industry colleagues and friends.
Wrestling with Markets
While I was at Future Proof last month, I recorded an episode of The Sherman Show podcast, hosted by DoubleLine Capital's Deputy Chief Investment Officer, Jeffrey Sherman, and Samuel Lau, a DoubleLine Portfolio Manager.
I could have chatted with these guys for hours, and I think that comes through in the discussion. Please give it a listen!
Future Proof of Concept
That’s the most visceral reaction I can muster up following my 72 hours in Huntington Beach, CA at the inaugural Future Proof, the world’s first wealth festival.
It’s safe to say the entire conference industry has been put on notice. The bar has officially been raised.
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