Chinese, Japanese, and Media Stocks with Eric Schleien
Welcome to the Investing for Beginners podcast. In today’s show, we discuss:
Investing in Japan and China with Eric Schleien of Granite State Capital Management
Details of the upcoming merger with Discovery and Time Warner Media
The future of podcasting, plus investing in one of the leading podcasting platforms, Libsyn
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Dave: [00:00:43] All right, folks. Welcome to Investing for Beginners podcast. Tonight, we have a special return guest. We have Eric from the Intelligent Investing Podcast, who is also the founder of Granite State Management capital management, Brandon Granite State capital management.
Yeah. Okay. Here we go. Got it. All right, great. And he’s back with us again, to talk to us about stocks and the markets and lots of great stuff. So Eric’s a smart dude, and this is going to be a fun conversation. So I’m going to go ahead and turn it over to Eric and let’s go ahead and have a
Eric: [00:01:12] Cool, well, it’s nice to be back on how you guys have been.
Andrew: [00:01:15] I’ve been good. You know, I did want to ask you before we jumped in because I follow you on Instagram. And I swear, it’s like once a week, you’re putting on some really nice looking piece of steak, whether it’s, you know, I, I think you mentioned my grass-fed or something like whatever it is and the way you’re seasoning it, it, it reminds me that I need to, I need to up my red meat game, you know, I don’t, I don’t know if you’ve ever watched the show survivor. I know
Eric: [00:01:42] A long time ago.
Andrew: [00:01:44] Yeah. Okay. So basically, they have a bunch of people starving on an island, and then they have them compete, and they’ll have them compete for food. So sometimes they’ll show like Outback steakhouse on there and, you know, they’ll get really emotional,