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Which financial figure—dead or alive—would you most like to spend an hour with?

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Rick
Rick
4 months ago

Not exactly a financial figure: Clark Howard.

Ben Rodriguez
Ben Rodriguez
3 months ago
Reply to  Rick

He was just on Morningstar’s podcast The Long View.

Jeff
Jeff
8 months ago

Benjamin Graham

Scrooge_McDuck88
Scrooge_McDuck88
11 months ago

I am sure several of you had the pleasure of meeting him, but I am disappointed that I didn’t meet Jack Bogle. I have watched dozens of hours of his interviews on YouTube, as well as read most of the books he’s published. I have adopted him as a surrogate Father figure. RIP.

Mike Zaccardi
Mike Zaccardi
1 year ago

Satoshi Nakamoto.

I mean, that would make for a fascinating conversation and some major financial writing fodder. For those who don’t know, Satoshi Nakamoto is the name used by the presumed pseudonymous person or persons who developed bitcoin, authored the bitcoin white paper, and created and deployed bitcoin’s original reference implementation.

Maybe it’d be better “off the record” so I can find out if Bitcoin is really just a scam 🙂

Bob Wilmes
Bob Wilmes
1 year ago

For me the most interesting investor and economist was John Maynard Keynes. Many know of his work as an economist but he was also a wealthy private investor, perhaps the first value investor,

Rick Connor
Rick Connor
1 year ago

Alexander Hamilton – to understand how he conceived of the US Bank.

Ben Rodriguez
Ben Rodriguez
1 year ago

Adam Smith author of The Wealth of Nations

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