Released December 21st, 2021
Invest Like the Best
Jenny Johnson - Seven Decades of Investing Expertise
Jenny Johnson is the President and CEO of Franklin Templeton. We cover Jenny’s thoughts on leadership, how she manages the needle-moving problem that afflicts many large companies, and the ways in which she sees private markets becoming more accessible to retail investors in the future.
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Abby Johnson - Future of Finance
Abby Johnson, Tom Jessop, and Vipin Mayar all work at Fidelity Investments as chairman and CEO, President of Digital Assets, and CTO respectively. We cover trends in asset management, AI and blockchain, and leadership.
Chad Cascarilla - The Future of Blockchain and Financial Services
Chad is the CEO and co-founder of Paxos, a financial technology company. We cover the foundations of the current financial system, how Chad first came across bitcoin and how blockchain's open architecture could re-build the infrastructure of finance.
Cathie Wood - Investing in Innovation
Cathie Wood is the founder of ARK Invest. We cover why disruptive innovation is so inefficiently priced in today's public markets, the 5 technologies that ARK believes will be the most disruptive, and how she grew ARK to over $6B+ AUM.
Blockchain Technology Will Be A Major Disruptor in finance
Hear why Jenny thinks blockchain technology will be a major disruptor in the world of finance.
An interview with Daniel Ek about time management, decision making, acquisitions, and much more.
Power Has Shifted
Read Jenny's thoughts on a hybrid workforce, the threats & opportunities that technology poses to the investment industry, and much more.
Persistence and Perspective: Franklin Templeton Investments - The First Sixty Years
Learn about the history of the rise of mutual funds as an investment as well as the formative years of Franklin Templeton's history.
The Innovator's Dilemma: When New Technologies Cause Great Firms to Fail
A seminal work explaining why firms fail to stay at the top of their industries when they confront certain types of market and tech change.
The Little Book of Common Sense Investing
A distillation of Vanguard founder John Bogle's common sense approach to investing that ushered in a passive investment revolution.