Wed, 19 March 2014
Tom Dyson is the Publisher of Common Sense Publishing, which owns The Palm Beach Letter. Common Sense is one of the fastest growing investment newsletters in the world.
Dyson joins the show to discuss what he looks at when picking stocks, including what every good company needs to have over the long term.
Dyson then shares his thoughts on why he thinks whole life insurance with paid up additions policies are great investments.
The topics then turn to lifestyle, as Dyson discusses ways to cut down stress and lose weight.
Dyson has prepared a SPECIAL video for all listeners. He shares where bankers and the rich keep their money and why they do it.
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Mon, 10 March 2014
Tim Sullivan is the Chief Executive Officer of MicroVentures. He joins the show to discuss how early-stage funding has changed from the 90's to today. He also explains the differences between angel investors and VCs.
Sullivan then digs deep into the JOBS Act and how the SEC is regulating it.
Sullivan's firm, MicroVentures, is the biggest crowdfunding platform. It's done about $40 million in deals with companies that have become big, like Facebook, Palantir, and Twitter. Sullivan shares his strategy in finding such companies.
Sullivan finishes the interview by talking about whether Twitter's current valuation is fair.
Visit MicroVentures at www.microventures.com.