Daniel Ferris's Interviews
'You Need Grit to Quit' – Knowing When to Walk Away With Annie Duke
We're eager to have former professional poker player, public speaker, and bestselling author Annie Duke on this week's episode to discuss her latest book, Quit: The Power of Knowing When to Walk Away, teaches you how to be a smart quitter. "Quitters never win, winners never quit." That's not true. Winners actually quit
The 'Blind Spot' of All Asset Managers
This week, one of Dan's favorite guests returns for his fourth Stansberry Investor Hour appearance... Cullen Roche is the founder of portfolio-management firms Orcam Financial and Discipline Funds. He is also the author of two of the most widely circulated research papers in finance and a highly rated book named after
'Trade a Lot... or Don't Trade at All'
This week, Stansberry Investor Hour listeners are in for a treat... Dan has brought back Empire Financial Research's own (and listener favorite) Enrique Abeyta, editor of Empire Elite Trader, a short-term trading service that draws from a pool of mid- to large-cap stocks. Dan and Enrique launch into a spirited discussi
Recession in 2023 Is a 'Done Deal'
In this week's episode, Dan welcomes back four-time Stansberry Investor Hour veteran Marko Papic. Currently, the geopolitics and macroeconomics specialist serves as a partner and the chief strategist of asset manager Clocktower Group. Before that, Marko was the senior vice president and chief strategist on geopolitical
The 'Secret Weapon' in Cryptos
This week, Dan welcomes back an Investor Hour favorite... Stansberry Research's resident cryptocurrency expert Eric Wade. Eric is the editor of Crypto Capital, Crypto Cashflow, and the Stansberry Innovations Report. Before joining Stansberry, he was a successful investor, Internet entrepreneur, founder of an internatio
The Best Investment You Can Make Is an Investment in Yourself
This week, we're honored to bring you the inspiring tale of Gautam Baid... When Gautam first immigrated from India to the U.S. in 2015, he made ends meet by working a grueling graveyard shift as a hotel clerk. The nights were slow and long and monotonous. So Gautam passed the time by investing in himself. He voraciousl