How is it that some investors seem to make money regardless of what is going on in the world?

When the environment is as volatile as it is in 2020, it is easy to get caught up in the day to day drama that the media circus presents to us to keep us entertained.

However, when it comes to investing, one thing is abundantly clear. The best in the world don’t panic when a price dips or a recession hits. They are playing the long game, protect their bottom line, diversify their risk and then double down when things take off.

I have spent the last 4 months interviewing some incredible investors about what bets they are making, not in the next week, but in the next decade.

The conversations were exhilarating, inspiring, often controversial but all incredibly educational.

All 20 of the speakers will be sharing their views on May 11th – 13th and you can sign up to learn from them all completely free at

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