The Top 10 Episodes of 2018

 

Thanks to you, this little pet project interviewing great leaders in the investment industry will cross one million downloads before the end of the year.

As we take a pause and reflect on the year that was and the year to come, I’d like to share the top 10 most downloaded episodes of Capital Allocators this year and the top 5 most downloaded episodes with allocators (which fell just below the top 10 overall).  If you haven’t had a chance to listen, every one is well worth an hour or so over the holidays (or 40 minutes at 1.5x speed).

Top 5 Allocator Episodes of 2018

5.  Kim Lew – The Carnegie Way (EP. 52)

4.  Andrew Tsai – Catching a Theme on the Chalkstream (EP.73)

3.  Roz Hewsenian – Helmsley Trust’s Chief of People and Process (EP.63)

2.  Andrew Golden – Princeton University’s Chief Investing Tiger (REPLAY EP.13)

1.  Raphael Arndt – Australia’s Sovereign Wealth Fund CIO (EP.70)

Top 10 Overall Downloaded

10.  Brian Portnoy – From Complex to Simple (EP.57)

9.  Paul Black – Gratitude, Fun, and Growth Stocks (EP.51)

8.  Anthony Scaramucci – It’s Called a Mooch (EP.60)

7.  Michael Mervosh – Invest in Yourself (EP.68)

6.  Ben Reiter – Moneyball 2.0 (EP.64)

5.  James Aitken – Macro Strategist Extraordinaire (EP.58)

4.  Charley Ellis – Indexing and Its Alternatives (EP.62) (see also Multiple Ways to Win EP.8)

3.  Josh Wolfe – Seeing the Lux (EP.65)

2.  Annie Duke – Improving Decision Making (EP.39) (see also Thinking More in Bets EP.76)

1.  Michael Schwimer – Moneyball as an Investment Strategy (EP.72)

If you have any ideas and can make introductions to guests who might crack next year’s top 10, please send them my way.

Additionally, we’re planning to experiment with monetization next year through sponsored episodes and advertising.  If you have an interest in either, please reach out and I’ll tell you more.

Have a wonderful holiday and new year!

Ted