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As some of you know, I host The Intelligent Investing Podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-intelligent-investing-podcast/id1205082419?mt=2

 

I'm currently looking to book some new guests and crowdsourcing ideas.

 

Who do you think would be interesting to interview on the show?

Anybody on here on CoBF that you think is interesting?

Anybody that you know that you could connect me to?

 

The show currently has 55k downloads and each show (as of now) gets about 1,000 downloads within the first week.

 

Suggestions?

 

 

 

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I've really enjoyed the members of CoBF you've interviewed in the past. Episodes with NoCalledStrikes and DTEJD1997 especially come to mind. I'd enjoy hearing you do podcasts with Spekulatius, rb and Junto about investing, if they'd be willing. I'm sure there are many other members of this board who'd be worthwhile interviews as well.

 

Outside of CoBF, I'll suggest a couple of money managers who would be interesting. I don't see them in the financial media much at all, if at all, so maybe that means they'd welcome doing a podcast (unless they want to keep a very low profile). Let me stress I don't know them personally.

 

The first is Adam Seessel of Gravity Capital Management, LLC. I occasionally see him mentioned in an article in Fortune or Barron's, but that's it. But I always find his thoughts interesting.

 

The second would be either Hhu Ng or David Briggs who manage the Tempered Global Value Fund at Tempered Investment Management in West Vancouver, BC. They both worked alongside the late Peter Cundill. I remember reading Briggs interviewed in OID in 1997 or 1998 when Cundill was investing heavily in Japan. Since they're in West Vancouver, maybe Parsad knows them and could make an introduction of sorts if needed.

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I'm curious on what you see as the value proposition for the guests coming onto your show. I recently published an episode for a new podcast and I'm writing an article about what the guest gets out of the interview. So far I've got:

 

- time for reflection

- scaled conversation (essentially an infinitely scalable coffee meeting)

- if you have a similar conversation many times, why not have it once and have deeper conversation sooner?

- self promotion

- offer due diligence materials for others

 

Would love to hear what else you have in mind.

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Good question. Clearly, that's personal to each guest but here are some of the possible things they get out of it:

 

1. It's fun

 

2. Way to talk about something they are passionate about and have a platform for it (another avenue to be engaged in the value investing community)

 

3. Way to contribute to others and make a difference with the listeners via education

 

4. An avenue to market yourself to those already interested in what you do but have never head of you (literally get to market, with permission, to your tribe)

 

 

I'm curious on what you see as the value proposition for the guests coming onto your show. I recently published an episode for a new podcast and I'm writing an article about what the guest gets out of the interview. So far I've got:

 

- time for reflection

- scaled conversation (essentially an infinitely scalable coffee meeting)

- if you have a similar conversation many times, why not have it once and have deeper conversation sooner?

- self promotion

- offer due diligence materials for others

 

Would love to hear what else you have in mind.

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