CNBC Senior Markets Correspondent Bob Pisani joins Cole and Bill to discuss his book, Shut Up and Keep Talking. Bob’s book is a collection of real-life stories and firsthand encounters over the course of his 33-year career in the financial industry. The conversation covers Bob’s time as a journalist, the technological evolution of the New York Stock Exchange, the major players and key investors Bob has come across, and the many investing lessons he’s learned along the way.
In each episode, we explore investing through an entirely unique lens, bringing in authors to discuss books that have directly or indirectly influenced our investment decisions.
Robert Pickering – Blue Bood
Former Cazenove Chief Executive Robert Pickering joins Cole and Bill to discuss his book, Blue Blood: Cazenove in the Age of Global Banking. Pickering’s book dives into the distinctive history of the former prestigious … Robert Pickering...⟶ Start listening
Mark Mills – The Cloud Revolution
Mark Mills makes his second appearance on the podcast, this time to discuss his book, The Cloud Revolution: How the Convergence of New Technologies Will Unleash the Next Economic Boom and A … Mark Mills...⟶ Start listening
Margaret O’Mara – The Code – Part 2
Part 2 The second part of Cole and Bill’s conversation with Author Margaret O’Mara on her book, The Code: Silicon Valley and the Remaking of America, covers early software, manufacturers of … Margaret O’Mara...⟶ Start listening
Margaret O’Mara – The Code – Part 1
Part 1 “Gilded age money is actually the money that fuels the growth of Silicon Valley.” Author Margaret O’Mara joins Cole and Bill to discuss her book, The Code: Silicon Valley … Margaret O’Mara...⟶ Start listening
The Smead Book List – Spring 2023
Interested in what is on the Smead Capital Management book list? Listen in to hear Cole and Bill list the books they have recently read, what they’re currently reading, and … The Smead...⟶ Start listening
Shannon K. O’Neil – The Globalization Myth: Why Regions Matter
“The globalization of the last forty years is changing. Overall, these changes will lead toward more regionalization.” Author Shannon K. O’Neil joins Cole to discuss her book, The Globalization Myth: Why Regions Matter. Shannon’s work … Shannon K....⟶ Start listening