Seeking Opportunities In Turbulent Markets
I recently recorded a conversation with one of the most genuine, successful and intelligent human beings I have the pleasure of knowing.
Grant Williams is a seasoned investment veteran having spent over 30 years in the markets – from New York to Tokyo and many places in between.
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Together with Raoul Pal, Grant founded Real Vision TV, a refreshing and desperately needed antidote to Bloomberg, CNBC and the likes. Real Vision TV is a place where the world’s best investors share their ideas and lessons via in-depth and fluff-free interviews.
(If you’re not yet familiar with Real Vision TV you can and in fact should try it out for a month completely free by getting your access here. It’s hands down one of the best investing resources out there, and I don’t say this lightly.)
Grant also blends history and humour with keen financial insight in his investment newsletter “Things That Make You Go Hmm…” which has quickly become one of the most popular and widely-read financial publications in the world.
We discussed the global economy and what we believe is the most important element at the forefront of the minds of the world’s most successful money managers and traders.
Grant will also be joining us to share his ideas and insights at our upcoming Seraph Global Summit in June, along with a host of other smart investors and all-around interesting people. If you think you fit that description you can find out how to attend the Summit here.
Now, enjoy the conversation and let me know what you think about it by commenting below. Some things we discussed might be a bit controversial to some so I’m curious to hear your thoughts.
“You can go through turbulent times and still have victory in your life.” – Natalie Cole