How the World's Greatest Investors Win at the Market

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Credit Suisse released a report with some shocking findings about a group of stocks you likely haven't been paying attention to...

Across the entire world, across nearly every industry, from small cap to large cap, this forgotten category of stocks has outperformed its peers... and by a wide margin.

On the opening rant this week, Dan examines all the facts behind the surprising phenomenon... and discusses what potential investors should do with this information.

Then on this week's interview, Dan invites William Green onto the show.

William has written for many leading publications like The New Yorker, Time, Fortune, Forbes, Barron's, The London Spectator, The Economist, and many more.

He's also interviewed Presidents, Prime Ministers, and scores of the world's most successful billionaire investors.

He shares some of the best lessons he's learned in his latest book, Richer, Wiser, Happier: How the World's Greatest Investors Win at the Market and in Life.

During their conversation, William gives Dan some fascinating insights he's learned during interviews with famed investors like Charlie Munger, Joel Greenblatt, Sir John Templeton, Jack Bogle, Bill Miller, Howard Marks, Tom Gayner and many more.

William has so many great stories that by the end, Dan promises William that he will definitely be invited back for another show.

Then on the mailbag this week, one listener writes in challenging Dan on one of his more controversial opinions and Dan felt the need to respond..

Dan doesn't fully agree with everything the listener says, but after some careful consideration, he admits the listener is "absolutely right" on one important point.

Listen to Dan's full response on this week's episode.

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