Lindzanity with Howard Lindzon on Smash Notes

Lindzanity with Howard Lindzon podcast.

March 22, 2020

Hello, I’m Howard. I’ve been a financial industry entrepreneur and investor for over 20 years. I’m now focused on investing and advising.

On this podcast, you will hear interviews with great entrepreneurs, investors, venture capitalists, traders, and friends about 'Street Alpha' ... how they have used their eyes, ears, and feet to crush the markets.

This includes best ideas, worst investments, biggest failure, daily habits, and recommended reading.

I know your time is precious so I promise to keep it simple and on point.



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Technology is now the center of the universe and with it comes tremendous change. Om Malik, Partner at True Ventures, and Howard Lindzon discuss.

Updated on April 29

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Fear, greed, hope and ignorance. Jim & Howard discuss.

Jim O’Shaughnessy is the Founder, Chairman & Co-Chief Investment Officer, OSAM LLC

Updated on April 10

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A wide ranging conversation about the connection between the private and public markets, and about unintended consequences.

Guest - Om Malik, Partner at True Ventures

howardlindzon.com, trueventures.com, om.co

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @trueventures, @om, @knutjensen

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Wide ranging conversation about start-ups, venture capital, investing and the stock markets

Guest - Andy Salamon, Partner at Material Companies

howardlindzon.com, materialcompanies.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @AndySalamon, @knutjensen

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Wide ranging conversation about life, investing and markets. Topics - peak sloppiness, infinite loops, everyone is a bucket shop.

Guest - Jim O’Shaughnessy, Founder, Chairman & Co-Chief Investment Officer, OSAM LLC

howardlindzon.com, osam.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @jposhaughnessy, @knutjensen

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The inevitability of Nasdaq @10,000. A wide ranging investment conversation with Jeff Richards of GGV Capital

Guest - Jeff Richards, Managing partner GGV Capital

howardlindzon.com, ggvc.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @jrichlive, @GGVCapital, @knutjensen

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Great conversation with VC Matt Golden of Golden Ventures in the great white north!

Guest - Matt Golden, Founder and Managing Partner at Golden Ventures

howardlindzon.com, golden.ventures

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @MattGoldenVP, @knutjensen

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A wide ranging conversation around technology. These big trends will persist: Info, Bio, Agro, Crypto and Robo.

Guest - Balaji Srinivasan, Angel Investor and Entrepreneur

howardlindzon.com, balajis.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @balajis, @knutjensen

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A deep and reflective conversation with Scott Belsky, Chief Product Officer at Adobe. We discuss building great product, the creative boom, the great refactoring, seed investing and life.

Guest - Scott Belsky, CPO and Exec VP at Creative Cloud, Adobe

howardlindzon.com, scottbelsky.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @scottbelsky, @knutjensen

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Thriving in chaos - a conversation about the future and start-up investing with Paige Craig

Guest - Paige Craig, Founder and General Partner at Arena Ventures

howardlindzon.com, arenavc.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @paigecraig, @arenavc, @knutjensen

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Jack and Howard talk logistics and Platform Science which delivers a new generation of technology to drivers and fleet operators.

Guest - Jack Kennedy, Founder and CEO at Platform Science

howardlindzon.com, platformscience.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @jckennedyIII, @knutjensen

LinkedIn.com/in/Jack-kennedy-platsci

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The effects of Covid on the real estate market. PeerStreet is the largest real estate debt marketplace.

Guest - Brew Johnson, Co-Founder at PeerStreet

howardlindzon.com, peerstreet.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @brewjohnson, @peerstreet @knutjensen

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Trading as a community project. Take the risk in the markets you know.

Guest - Peter Brandt, at PeterLBrandt.com

howardlindzon.com, peterlbrandt.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @PeterLBrandt, @knutjensen

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Data is the new oil. InCountry’s global infrastructure securely manages regulated data.

Guest - Peter Yared, CEO and Founder at InCountry

howardlindzon.com, incountry.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @peteryared, @InCountryInc, @knutjensen

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Food, gloroius food. Plant based diets and the changes in the food industry.

Guest - Adam Slutsky, Managing Partner at Gather Ventures

howardlindzon.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @knutjensen

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A wide ranging conversation about venture capital with serial entrepreneur Jen Lefcourt. Having Oprah endorse your business is not a guarantee for long term success.

Guest - Jen Lefcourt, Partner at Freestyle VC

howardlindzon.com, freestyle.vc

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @jennylefcourt, @knutjensen

 

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Headwinds and Tailwinds from the pandemic. A wide ranging conversation with Alex Bard and Tomasz Tunguz of Redpoint Ventures.

Guests - Alex Bard and Tomasz Tunguz, both are Partners at Redpoint Ventures

 

howardlindzon.com, Redpoint.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @alexbard, @ttunguz, @redpointvc, @knutjensen

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Localization of manufacturing is inevitable. “Where do you want your robots?”

Guest - John Frankel, Founder and Partner at FF Venture Capital

howardlindzon.com, ffvc.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @john_frankel, @ffvc, @knutjensen

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What can I do with a theorem? It’s like Bitcoin, but weirder.

Guests -

Joe Sticco, Founder and CEO at Cryptex

Preston Van Loon, Blockchain Lead at Cryptex

howardlindzon.com, Cryptexcoin.co

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @cryptexglobal, @preston_vanloon, @knutjensen

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The ups and downs of the private and public marijuana markets

Guest - Paul Rosen, Co-founder at The Cronos Group

howardlindzon.com, thecronosgroup.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @knutjensen

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Longtime investor Eddy Elfenbein explains how to build and market you own ETF

Guest - Eddy Elfenbein, Founder at Crossing Wall Street

howardlindzon.com, crossingwallstreet.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @EddyElfenbein, @knutjensen

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Value investing in a pandemic world

Guest - Tobias Carlisle, Founder and Managing Director of Acquirers Funds LLC

howardlindzon.com, acquirersfunds.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @Greenbackd, @knutjensen

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100 million barrels a day is a lot to store during a pandemic

Guest - Alan Shurr, Retired Oil Trader

howardlindzon.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @knutjensen

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100 million barrels a day is a lot to store during a pandemic

Guest - Alan Shurr, Retired Oil Trader

howardlindzon.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @knutjensen

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Remote work and open source software are just getting started

Guest - Villi Iltchev, Partner at Two Sigma Ventures

howardlindzon.com, twosigmaventures.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @villi, @knutjensen

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The future of wealth management business, and the power of a defensible investment strategy. Everyone should have a financial advisor.

Guest - Josh Brown, CEO at Ritholtz Wealth Management

howardlindzon.com, ritholtzwealth.com, thereformedbroker.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @reformedbroker, @ritholtzwealth, @knutjensen

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A wide ranging business conversation with Tren Griffin

Guest - Tren Griffin, Author at 25iq.com

howardlindzon.com, 25iq.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @trengriffin, @knutjensen

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The stock market of collectibles - how to invest in shares of unique assets

Guest - Rob Petrozzo, Co-Founder and CPO at Rally Road

howardlindzon.com, rallyrd.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @robpetrozzo, @knutjensen

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Cloudflare - Helping to build a better Internet

Guest - Matthew Prince, Co-Founder and CEO at Cloudflare

howardlindzon.com, cloudflare.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @eastdakota, @cloudflare, @knutjensen

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The panic through the eyes of a young New Yorker who’s building a subscription business in 2020

Guest - Polina Marinova, Founder at The Profile

howardlindzon.com, readtheprofile.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @polina_marinova, @knutjensen

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The best founders are never selling - they exude an inevitability of success

Guest - Chris Sacca, Partner at Lowercase LLC

howardlindzon.com, lowercasecapital.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @sacca, @knutjensen

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Early stage founders need to come to terms with lower valuations due to the crisis. The demand shift is real.

Guest - Semil Shah, Founder and General Partner at Haystack

howardlindzon.com, haystack.vc

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @semil, @haystackvc, @knutjensen

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A street level look at NYC fashion and retail in as Covid world

Guest - Moshe Ben Ari, owner at Arisoho, Inc

howardlindzon.com, arisoho.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon

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Growing enterprise sales in a Covid world

Guest - Robi Ganguly, CEO and Co-Founder at Apptentive

howardlindzon.com, apptentive.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @rganguly

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The Fintech adjacent, bull market ahead, and the Government has a distribution problem.

Guest - Anish Acharya, General Partner at Andreessen Horowitz

howardlindzon.com, a16z.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @illscience, @a16z

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Using intermarket analysis to time markets

Guest - Samantha LaDuc, Founder and Captain at LaDuc Trading and LaDuc Capital LLC

howardlindzon.com, laductrading.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @SamanthaLaDuc

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A wide ranging conversation about venture capital investing, and the topic of radical transparency

Guest - Roger Ehrenberg, Managing Partner at IA Ventures

howardlindzon.com, iaventures.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @infoarbitrage, @iaventures

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Investing lessons from a long time venture capitalist

Guest - Ed Sim, Founder and General Partner at Boldstart Ventures

howardlindzon.com, boldstart.vc

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @edsim, @boldstartvc

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Thinking in Bets

Guest - Annie Duke, AnnieDuke.com

howardlindzon.com, annieduke.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @AnnieDuke

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It’s time for tinkering — a deep look at advertising and the business of persuasion

Guest - Louie Moses, President and Creative Director at Moses Inc

howardlindzon.com, mosesinc.com

FB: facebook.com/mosesincorporated

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @moses_hq

Instagram: moses_inc

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A seasoned veteran’s global view of Fintech

Guest - Sean Park, Founder, Chairman and CIO at Anthemis Ventures

howardlindzon.com, anthemis.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @anthemis

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College life in a Covid world

Guests - Jeremy Bernick and Aaron Nach, Students at University of Arizona

howardlindzon.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @jeremybernick, @knutjensen

Instagram: aaron.nach

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The best customer experiences begin with the right data

Guest - Michael Katz, Co-Founder and CEO of mParticle

howardlindzon.com, mparticle.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @mkatz0630, @mParticle

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Cash is king, and software speeds your way to the throne

Guest - Gary Zimmerman, Founder of MaxMyInterest.com

howardlindzon.com, MaxMyInterest.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon

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Pensions killed the hedge funds and the dollar wrecking ball

Guest - Raoul Pal, Founder and CEO of Real Vision Group

howardlindzon.com, realvision.com

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Inside the social network of StockTwits

Guests:

Tommy Tranfo, Community Manager at StockTwits

Riley Rosenberger, Content Manager at StockTwits

 

howardlindzon.com, StockTwits.com

StockTwits/Twitter: @howardlindzon, @TCTRANFO, @coloradoriley

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A view of Fintech from the early stage

Guest - Sheel Mohnot, Partner at Better Tomorrow Ventures

howardlindzon.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @pitdesi

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Vix explained — a mathematical expression of volatility

Guest - Greg King, Founder and CEO at Rex Shares

howardlindzon.com, rexshares.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @msectors, @REXShares, @OspreyFunds

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Being optimistic but pragmatic post Covid market crash. Demand will return for everything that wasn’t destined to die.

Guest - JP Rangaswami

howardlindzon.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @jobsworth

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Pre Wealth Management... Everything You need to Know from SecFi.com

Guest - Wouter Witvoet, Founder and CEO at SecFi

howardlindzon.com, SecFi.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @SecFi, @wwitvoet

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COVID-19 in the Commercial Real Estate Market

Guest - Beth Jo Zeitzer, President of R.O.I. Properties

howardlindzon.com, roiproperties.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon

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The stock market isn’t the economy

Guest - Herb Greenberg, Partner at Pacific Square Research

howardlindzon.com, pacificsquareresearch.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @HerbGreenberg

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There is no way to value the current market

Guest - Jeff Macke, President of Macke Asset Management

howardlindzon.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @JeffMacke

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The state of Fintech from a Lawyer’s point of view

Guest - Ethan Silver, Partner at Lowenstein Sandler LLP

howardlindzon.com, lowenstein.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon

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Sometimes you just have to pedal harder

Guest - Ryan Gilbert, General Partner at Propel Venture Partners

howardlindzon.com, propel.vc

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @rgoffice, @propelvc

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Student Debt is a Pandemic in itself

Guest - Bobby Matson, Founder and CEO of payitoff.io

howardlindzon.com, payitoff.io

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @bomatson, @payitoffapp

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Inside a Rocketship — Building a Brand in 2020

Guest - Paul Tran, Founder and CEO of Manscaped

howardlindzon.com, manscaped.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon

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Decide to optimize for success or optimize for dilution

Guest - Adam Lilling, Founder and Managing Director of Plus Capital/Plus Ventures

howardlindzon.com, pluscapital.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @ALilling

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Profiting from the panic

Guest - Marcus @aureliuscapital

howardlindzon.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon

StockTwits: @aureliuscapital

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There will always be people willing to invest for a later return, and people wanting capital that are willing to pay for it

Guest - Blair Livingston, Founder and CEO of Street Contxt

howardlindzon.com, streetcontxt.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @BlairLivingston

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Valuations are like the weather

Guest - Mike Lazerow, Partner at Velvet Sea Ventures

howardlindzon.com, velvetseavc.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @lazerow

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Being mildly panicked is like being overly prepared

Guest - Eric Crittenden, CIO at Standpoint Asset Management

howardlindzon.com, standpointfunds.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon

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Be prepared!

Guest - Jack Newhouse, Trader at Gator Trading Partners

howardlindzon.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon

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Should we be panicked over China-US relations?

Guest - Bill Bishop, Creator of sinocism.com

howardlindzon.com, sinocism.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @niubi

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Liquidity, liquidity, liquidity - and the world of restructuring.

Guest - Paul Traub, Managing Partner at Consilium Advisors

howardlindzon.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon

 

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The explosion of Current Bank and digital banking

Guest - Stuart Sopp, Founder and CEO of Current Bank

howardlindzon.com, current.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @soppstu

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Hellooooo.... economic cycles still happen!

Guest - Mark Mullen, Founder of Double M Partners, Co-founder and Managing Partner of Bonfire Ventures

howardlindzon.com, doublempartners.com, bonfirevc.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @DoubleMcapital

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The market is a PMSing bitch right now!

Guest - Shannon McLay, Founder and CEO of Financial Gym

howardlindzon.com, financialgym.com, martinisandyourmoney.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @theshannonmclay

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Getting ahead of the next panic/unstructured data and narratives

Guest - Ben Hunt, Founder Epsilon Theory

howardlindzon.com, epsilontheory.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @epsilontheory

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In a panic, the only thing that goes up is correlation

Guest - Chris Kimble, Founder and CEO of Kimble Charting Solutions

howardlindzon.com, kimblechartingsolutions.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @KimbleCharting

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Wisdom from a wily veteran

Guest - Peter Cardasis, Investor

howardlindzon.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon

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Wide ranging investing conversation with Venture Capitalist Fred Wilson

Guest - Fred Wilson, Partner at Union Square Ventures

howardlindzon.com, usv.com, avc.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @fredwilson, @usv

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Is this 1929 meets 2008?

Guest - Yoni Assia, Founder and CEO of eToro

howardlindzon.com, eToro.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @yoniassia

 

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The velocity of everything failing apart is spectacular - long term perspective and planning is the most critical thing in the universe.

Guest - Phil Pearlman, Head of Content at Stocktwits, investor and operator

howardlindzon.com, Stocktwits.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @ppearlman

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There will be plenty of time for panic later

Guest - Russ Fradin, Founder & Chairman Dynamic Signal

howardlindzon.com, dynamicsignal.com, Twitter: @howardlindzon, @rfradin

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Looking forward - flattening the curve

Guest - Brad Feld, Managing Director at Foundry Group

Tech Stars, entrepreneur, venture capitalist, author

howardlindzon.com, foundrygroup.com, feld.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @bfeld

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After panic comes the grind

Guest - Brad Feld, Managing Director at Foundry Group

Tech Stars, entrepreneur, venture capitalist, author

howardlindzon.com, foundrygroup.com, feld.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @bfeld

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Opportunity and panic goes hand in hand - telemedicine, remote work and online education

Guest - Jeff Richards, Managing partner GGV Capital

howardlindzon.com, ggvc.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @jrichlive

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Brian and Howard talk about what’s on the other end of panic

Guest - Brian Norgard, Investor, Entrepreneur, Former Tinder CPO

howardlindzon.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @BrianNorgard

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This is the first social media bear market

Guest: Charlie Bilello, Founder and CEO at Compound Capital Advisors

howardlindzon.com

compoundadvisors.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @charliebilello

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Howard talks to Jason Raznick, the CEO and Founder of Benzinga. Benzinga is a content ecosystem that makes information easier to consume. From breakouts to unusual volume, analyst ratings, futures and options, Benzinga is the leading full-service, one-stop shop for investors of all stripes and styles. They discuss stocks and the early days of Social Leverage. 

 

- What is Benzinga?

- Where is Benzinga?

- Is the stock market open today?

 

Connect with Jason:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasonraznick

https://www.twitter.com/jasonraznick

Discover Benzinga:

https://www.benzinga.com

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Phil is the Chief Community Officer at Stocktwits, a social media platform designed for sharing ideas between investors, traders and entrepreneurs. Howard and Phil talk about the launch of Stocktwits - yahoo and everything in between, friends and enemies, and the role behavioral psychology plays in investing.

- Investing on Social Media

- Behavioral Psychology and Investing

- Stocktwits launch


Connect with Phil!

https://www.twitter.com/ppearlman (@ppearlman on Twitter)
https://www.eightfatswine.com

Discover Stocktwits:

https://www.stocktwits.com

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Howard chats with Chris Bruno, founder and CEO of Rally Rd. Rally Rd is a free app that allows members to invest in individual blue-chip collector automobiles with ease. The vehicles on Rally Rd. represent an asset class that has historically outperformed the stock market as well as other alternative asset classes (including gold, fine art, and real estate). The two talk about the ins and outs of the app as well as who is using it, and what the next phases are.

- Investing on Rally Rd.

- What is Rally Rd.?

- Who should use Rally Rd.?

Connect with Chris!

https://www.linkedin.com/in/christopherjbruno 

Discover Rally Rd.

https://www.rallyrd.com

https://www.facebook.com/rallyrd/

https://www.instagram.com/onrallyrd/

https://www.twitter.com/onrallyrd/ 

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In this episode, Howard chats with comedian and founder/CEO of The Laugh Lounge, Claude Shires. The Laugh Lounge is an online platform for the stand up comedy scene that benefits both comedians and comedy consumers. They swap comedy stories and talk about what it takes to be a full time comedian, and what's happening in the stand up scene.

 

  • How to be a full time comedian
  • What's new in the stand up comedy scene
  • What comics do other comics like?

 

Connect with Claude!

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in-claude-shires-995056b/

Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/claudeshires

Laugh Lounge App: https://www.laughlounge.com

Laugh Lounge Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LaughLoungeapp  

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In this episode, Howard and Morgan Housel discuss what makes a good investor, how they invest their money, and how Morgan started writing for the Motley Fool. 

  • How to start writing for the Motley Fool
  • How to invest your money
  • What makes a good investor?
Morgan Housel is a partner at The Collaborative Fund and a former columnist at The Motley Fool and The Wall Street Journal.

He is a two-time winner of the Best in Business Award from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers, winner of the New York Times Sidney Award, and a two-time finalist for the Gerald Loeb Award for Distinguished Business and Financial Journalism. His work was featured in The Best Business Writing published by the Columbia Journalism Review. 
 
For speaking, email longtermwords@gmail.com.
 
Twitter: twitter.com/morganhousel

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Noah Auerhahn is the Co-Founder and CEO of RobinHealthcare. Robin is a virtual scribe that sits on a doctors desks and records video and audio from the room. This cuts down the man hours that doctors put in on administrative work.

Show Notes:

- What kind of doctor did Robin start with?

- What is RobinHeathcare?

- Who is Noah Auerhahn?

- How did Noah gain knowledge on healthcare?

- How does Robin work?

- What is the best way to attack the industry?

- How much work can you delegate to Robin?

- What was the verbal feedback from doctors?

- Is it more affordable than having a scribe?

- Are doctors seeing more patients with the use of Robin?

- How many people are employed with RobinHealthcare?

- Where did the name 'Robin' come from?

- Where are they hiring?

 

Connect with Noah and RobinHealthcare:

Website: https://www.robinhealthcare.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robinhealthcares/

Instagram: @robinhealthcare

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Talk about enterprise software.

Guest - Justin Paterno, COO StockTwits

http://www.howardlindzon.com

http://www.stocktwits.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon, @zerobeta

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Future of Retail industry

Guest - Jeff Macke, President of Macke Asset Management

http://www.howardlindzon.com

Twitter: @howardlindzon @JeffMacke

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Howard and Farbood discuss more about the Bitcoin influx, Coinmine, Robinhood, Handshake, and the future of cryptocurrency.

They discuss:

- What it's like being on the show for a second time

- Oura Ring

- Bitcoin hash rate at an all time high

- What drove the rise of Bitcoin

- Memetic value

- What gets Farbood excited about Ethereum?

- Robinhood

- Coinmine updates

- What is 'Handshake'?

- Why you shouldn't know who is creating crypto

- How many people work at Coinmine?

- Thoughts on Shopify

- Why does Farbood invest in Shopify?

- Running his business with Opensource?

- 8th and 9th level of the internet

- Citizen tech

 

Connect with Farbood and Coinmine:

Website: https://www.coinmine.com

Instagram: @getcoinmine

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Discussion of financial markets

Web: https://www.epsilontheory.com, https://www.howardlindzon.com

Twitter: @epsilontheory, @howardlindzon

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To debut season 2 of Lindzanity, Howard is talking to Patrick O'Shaughnessy an American investor and the founder, Chairman, and Chief Investment Officer of O'Shaughnessy Asset Management, LLC, an asset management firm headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut.

They discuss:
- What is Patrick's podcast "Invest Like the Best" About?
- Best episodes from his podcast
- How does Patrick prepare for recording podcasts?
- How does Patrick use Twitter?
- How is his company O'Shaughnessy Asset Management ran?
- Patrick's family
- What "Quantitative" means within his company
- Why data is important
- What excites Patrick about the market now
- Is Patrick interested in start ups?
- If he were to invest in the early stages of a company, what sector would he invest in?
- What inspired the idea of Canvas?
- What is Canvas?
- What excited him about Canvas the most?

Connect with Patrick:
Website: osam.com
Twitter: @Patrick_OShag
Linkedin: www.linkedin.com/in/patrick-o-shaughnessy-cfa-6721176

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In this episode of Lindzanity, Howard sits down with his friend Paul Grinberg to talk about his experience eating at the best of the best restaurants all over the world. Hope you all enjoy!

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In this Episode:

- What does Paul Grinberg do with Social Leverage?

- Where does Paul Grinberg reside?

- What does Paul Grinberg do with Axos Financial?

- What did his job entail?

- How many people work at Axos Financial?

- How many miles has Paul Grinberg traveled?

- Where did Howard meet Paul

- Where did the idea to eat at the Worlds 50 Best Restaurants come from?

- How many people have eaten at the Worlds 50 Best Restaurants?

- Why did Paul decide to do all 100 top restaurants?

- Paul Grinberg flying to Hong Kong in one day

- Paul Grinberg recruiting people to call the restaurant

- Why Paul Grinberg started promoting his story

- What would it cost the regular person to eat at all the restaurants?

- How many restaurants did Paul do by himself?

- Pauls experience with 2008

- What does Paul Grinberg invest in?

- What is it like working with the younger generation?

- Does Paul enjoy traveling?

- Which country has the most Michelin star food?

- What are some traveling hacks?

- Best Airline

Connect with Paul and Howard:

Paul Instagram: @restaurantstodinefor

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/paulgrinberg/

Howard Instagram: @howardlindzon

Twitter: @howardlindzon

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In this episode of Lindzanity, Howard sits down with friend and founding partner at ViaWest Group that specializes in commercial real estate investments, development, and property management. They talk about where commercial real estate is going globally, within Phoenix, and how Wework has changed the business. 

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Show Notes:

- How did Steven Schwarz start ViaWest Group?

- Why did Steven Schwarz move to Phoenix?

- What is "Sexy Money"

- How is the Phoenix real estate market?

- What is Howards take on the Phoenix real estate market?

- What is "absorption"?

- Pace at which Phoenix is "absorbing"

- What Steven is worried about in the market

- What other cities does Steven like working in?

- How did 2008 effect ViaWest?

- How did ViaWest get out of bank trouble?

- How did they start raising capital?

- What is Wework?

- What are problems with owning office space?

- How has Wework improved the business office model?

- How does Wework push innovation?

- What is an "Opportunity Zone"?

- Who does Steven trust to learn info from?

- How do people invest with ViaWest?

- How does Steven invest personally

Connect with ViaWest Group and Howard:

http://www.viawestgroup.com/

Howard Twitter: @howardlindzon

Instagram: @howardlindzon

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Howard interviews Chris Richardson the Deputy CIO at Arizona State University. Chris talks about what his role means, how ASU is advancing their programs and facilities, and the future of college with the growth of online courses.

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Show Notes:

- What is a Deputy CIO?

- How was Chris recruited into his position?

- Where his department is housed

- How big is ASU?

- Is ASU selling their golf course?

- What will ASU do with the land?

- How has ASU been able to grow so fast?

- Will University become obsolete?

- How does ASU market their school?

- Should internships be included through the school?

- What is Chris Richardson's startup?

Connect with Chris and Howard:

Chris Twitter: @jcrichardsontru

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jchrisrichardson/

Howard Twitter: @howardlindzon

Follow along on Howard's Blog: http://howardlindzon.com/

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Howard sits down with his daughter Rachel and his nephew Jeremy to talk about the new ways of communicating, their summer internships, and annoying habits millennials are picking up.

Show Notes:

- Who is Jeremy Bernick?

- Who is Rachel Lindzon?

- How Do You Find an Internship?

- What Jeremy and Rachel Hope to Take Away From Their Internships

- How Does Gen Z Communicate?

- What Are Some Annoying Habits Their Friends Have?

- Are Gen Z's on Facebook?

- If You Were Starting a Movement What Would You Do First?

- What Are Jeremy and Rachel's Favorite Places

- Coolest Apps They Are Using

- Are Gen Z's Becoming Desensitized?

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Jeremy Bernick, @jeremybernick

Rachel Lindzon, @rachel_lindzon

Howard Lindzon, @howardlindzon

Find show notes, links and more on Howard's Blog: https://howardlindzon.com/blog

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Doug Horlick is a private investor out of Scottsdale, Arizona. After spending over a decade in the banking world, he left in 2015 to invest privately as well as being a consultant and advisor.

Show Notes:

- Working as a Head of FX Hedge Fund Sales
- How do you trade on your own?
- What are Doug’s thoughts on Crypto Currency
- Where does he go for finance info?
- What’s it like on Wall Street’s trading floor?
- How to add value to customers as a banker?
- Working at Goldman Sachs During the 07’ Crash
- Why did he just now start a Twitter?
- The Book That Inspired Doug, “Liar's Poker”
- When did the trading industry “die?”
- Why are 90% of the Harvard graduates not going to Wall Street?
- What makes Scottsdale National Golf Club special?
- Why is he excited about BlockChain?
- What does Doug think of Tesla and it’s stock?
- What does Howard Lindzon think of McDonalds?

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Connect with Doug Horlick On LinkedIn:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/douglas-horlick-659984b1/

Connect with Howard Lindzon on Twitter: @howardlindzon

https://twitter.com/howardlindzon

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Gary Benitt has been an entrepreneur for almost two decades, founding teams in the B2B and consumer spaces. Most recently, he spent 3 years as COO of Desk.com after his company, Assistly, was acquired in 2011 by Salesforce.com.

Gary has been an active investor in early stage companies since 2011, with over 20 investments including Classy, Getaround, Gusto, Gyft and Stitch Labs.

Show Notes:

- Why did Gary become a Venture Capitalist?
- Where did Gary Benitt get his business experience?
- How did he get involved in Social Leverage and meet Howard Lindzon?
- How do you maintain business relationships with partners?
- What should you look for before investing in a business?
- Why do investors get worried when Salesforce acquires a business?
- What's it like working with Howard Lindzon?
- Why did Social Leverage invest in Manscaped?
- What makes Kustomer.com work so well?
- How big does a company get before it has it's own ecosystem of companies?
- How to pitch your company to Social Leverage?

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Connect with Gary Benitt on Twitter: @garybenitt

https://twitter.com/garybenitt

On LinkedIn:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/garybenitt/

Connect with Howard Lindzon on Twitter: @howardlindzon

https://twitter.com/howardlindzon

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"Continue to adjust and continue to be comfortable with the uncomfortable." - Ross Hoffman

Ross Hoffman sits down to discuss making your own breaks, riding startup rocket ships like he did at YouTube, Twitter and Headspace and being a millennial investor.

Ross Hoffman was recently the Chief Business Officer at Headspace after previously working at Google and Twitter.
In April 2019, Hoffman announced he was stepping away from headspace to spend more time with his family.

Show Notes:

- How does Ross Hoffman know Howard?

- How did Ross Hoffman get started at Twitter and Google?

- When did Ross start at YouTube?

- What job position did Ross start in

- What did Ross do when he obtained Google stock?

- When did he meet his wife?

- How many years did Ross spend at Google?

- Twitter API

- How to get involved with a start-up

- Equity and Education

- Twitter Stock

- When did Ross start at Headspace?

- How did Vine not work?

- What makes a good company?

- What is Headspace Health?

- Why is Ross Hoffman taking time away from working?

- Who are Ross Hoffman's mentors?

- How does Ross decide who to work with?

- What apps or company are exciting him

 

Connect with Ross Hoffman on Twitter: @Hoff

https://twitter.com/hoff

Connect with Howard on Twitter: @howardlindzon

https://twitter.com/howardlindzon

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Howard came on the Skyler Irvine Podcast to talk about his journey with StockTwits and what to look for when making investments! We hope you all enjoy this bonus episode!

Show Notes:

- How Do You Find People Who Invest In Stocks
- What Is It Like Seeing Your Project Come To Life
- Comparing Yourself To Your Competitors
- What Is StockTwits?
- Progression Of eTrade
- How Is YouTube Changing the Talking Head?
- Investment Timeline
- How Did Howard Lindzon Find Skyler Irvine?
- How Do You Value Twitter?
- How To Make Money Without Losing Users In Advertising
- How Are Softwares Breaking the Law
- The Power of Google and Apple
- Can the Government Regulate the Digital War?
- Why You Should Buy Domains
- Lyft and Uber IPO
- How Many Stocks Should You Own
- Tesla
- How To Monetize Users
- Howard Lindzons Podcast
- How To Find Your Golden Investment
- How To Learn From Your Worst Investment

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Howard sits down with Koyfin founder Rob Koyfman to discuss Koyfin's FREE tools that help investors research stock and other asset class fundamentals through dashboards, visualizations and charting.

Koyfin is a financial analytics tool that is affordable, as well as intuitive for market research. Their overall goal is to educate and empower investors with professional grade tools and data to help them make more informed investment decisions.

Topics:

- Should you use a research tool before investing?
- What are the best financial research tools?
- What makes finance research complicated?
- What is Koyfin?
- Why did Koyfin incorporate social media aspects into their dashboards?
- How does Howard Lindzon research investments?

Find show notes, links and more on Howard's Blog

Learn more about Koyfin Here

Connect with Rob on LinkedIn

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"We aren’t trying to get 1% of the population to make a lot of money. We are trying to get 100% of the population to use a whole new system” - Farbood Nivi, CEO & Co-Founder of Coinmine

Coinmine is the first ever personal crypto device, for the home. Just plug in. Connect to WiFi. And tap the currency you want to mine in the Coinmine app.

"I call it the Easy-Bake Oven" - Howard Lindzon

Topics:

  • Crypto Currency
  • Bitcoin $5K
  • The 21st Century Printing Press
  • Why mining?
  • Cost of Coinmine today: $799
  • Future of Crypto
  • Transaction Costs
  • Mine OS
  • Turning an old computer into a Coinmine

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Learn more about here: Coinmine

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