Howard Marks & Bruce Karsh: Creating Oaktree and Investment Philosophy

Howard Marks & Bruce Karsh: Creating Oaktree and Investment Philosophy

An interview and Q&A with billionaire investors and founders of Oaktree Capital Management, Howard Marks & Bruce Karsh. In this interview, the gentlemen discuss how they got into distressed debt investing and starting and building Oaktree. The gentlemen also talk about their investment philosophies and business principles. ? Books by Howard Marks and his favourite books are located at the bottom of the description

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Advice for Success: Billionaire Prem Watsa: Value Investing Philosophy and Strategy: Video Segments: 0:00 Introduction 3:51 Early years, from law to investing? 7:28 First investments in distressed debt? 9:26 Cycles? 10:49 Why did you accept my pitch? 13:07 Raising a fund? 17:10 Invest within yourself 21:30 The first memo 23:43 Efficient market hypothesis 26:12 Thinking behind Fund 4? 28:46 Starting Oaktree 29:18 Motivations for starting Oaktree? 35:38 Sharing the fruits 38:21 Culture 39:28 Did you set out to build a brand? Investment philosophy and business principles? 42:50 Start of Q&A 43:18 How do you maintain an edge in a crowded field? 47:56 When is it time to change? 51:08 Where are we in the cycle? 53:03 Why did you take Oaktree public? 54:41 Academic or common sense analysis? Howard Marks Books ??? (affiliate link) The Most Important Thing: Howard Marks Favourite Books? Winning the Loser's Game: A Short History of Financial Euphoria: Fooled by Randomness: Interview Date: 24th May 2017 Event: Howard?Marks?Investor?Series Original Image Source:

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investThis year has been a record-breaking year for initial public offerings with companies going public via SPAC mergers, direct listings and standard IPOS. At Techlive this week, Jack Cassel of Nasdaq and A.J. Murphy of Standard Industries joined Willem Marx of The Wall Street Journal and Barron's Group to talk about companies and trends in Read More

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