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A Book With Legs

We are excited to announce our podcast, A Book With Legs. 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. The podcast is for the curious-minded looking for worldly wisdom. We invite you to listen in on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, our RSS Feed, or subscribe to our YouTube channel.

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“The commitment and the patience that you need are two of the real attributes of proper investment.” In this episode, author and value investor Richard Oldfield joins Cole to discuss his book, … Richard Oldfield – Simple But Not Easy Read More »
“I’ll never forget the day I found out my sons were degenerates.” Spencer Jakab of The Wall Street Journal joins Cole and Bill to discuss his book, The Revolution That Wasn’t: GameStop, Reddit, … Spencer Jakab – The Revolution That Wasn’t Read More »
“The smarter people knew that if Gould was coming after them, it was better to negotiate a peace rather than fighting to the bitter end.” Author and journalist Greg Steinmetz joins Cole and Bill … Greg Steinmetz – American Rascal Read More »
Political speechwriter Jeff Nussbaum joins Cole to discuss his book, Undelivered: The Never-Heard Speeches That Would Have Rewritten History. Almost every given speech in history had a raw opposite that … Jeff Nussbaum – Undelivered Read More »
In this episode, Cole is joined by Sir Howard Davies, author of the book, The Chancellors: Steering the British Economy in Crisis Times. Howard’s book reexamines the last 25 years of British economic … Sir Howard Davies – The Chancellors Read More »
“There was an overwhelming feeling of melancholy, of loss, that they could never adjust to.” Sunday Times and New York Times bestselling author Helen Rappaport joins Cole to discuss her book, After … Helen Rappaport – After the Romanovs Read More »
“At the end of the day, money is what was most important to John D. Rockefeller.” Peter Doran joins the podcast to discuss his book, Breaking Rockefeller: The Incredible Story … Peter Doran – Breaking Rockefeller Read More »
Interested in what’s on the Smead Capital Management book list? In this episode, Cole, Bill, and Senior Analyst Seamus Sullivan list the books they have recently read, what they’re currently … The Smead Book List – Fall 2022 Read More »
Matthew Bernstein joins Cole to discuss his book, George Hearst: Silver King of the Gilded Age. Matthew’s book examines Hearst’s unique path to building a mining empire, his career in … Matthew Bernstein – George Hurst: Silver King of the Gilded Age Read More »
Through the lens of Karen Southwick’s book, High Noon, Cole is joined by former Sun Microsystems CEO Scott McNealy to explore the author’s work and the company’s history. Scott was … Scott McNealy on ‘High Noon’ authored by Karen Southwick Read More »

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