We’re honoured to welcome you to episode three of the Vesper Capital Podcast, where we find the smartest investors, entrepreneurs, fund managers, traders… you name it… and interrogate them on what made them successful, so you can shortcut becoming better at managing money, and growing your wealth.
We are finishing off our discussion today with Chris MacIntosh of Capitalist Exploits fame, among others.
Chris is a macro investor, but what we find interesting about him is he’s done it all from working at the biggest investment banks, to running businesses, to being in property, to taking up angel investing and then VC investing… he really is an all-round investor in the true sense of the word. Chris specialises in profiting from opportunities he sees that have a tonne of upside potential, with minimum risk, something he has done consistently across asset classes and markets. And that’s why he’s here today, to share some insight.
In this episode, we speak about:
- Warren Buffet, of course, it wouldnt be an investor podcast without mentioning buffet now would it
- Capital allocation – which assets Chris thinks are attractive for these times we’re in
- How the familiar benchmarks that everyone uses in investing are risky and should be used with caution
- Chris’ recommendations on books and study material for people who want to develop their investing
- The birth of his blog capitalist exploits, and many more things that give you insight into this clever guy.
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