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Infinite Loops

Jim O'Shaughnessy and Jamie Catherwood

Sometimes we get caught up in what feels like infinite loops when we try to figure things out. Markets go up and down, research is presented and then refuted, and we wind up right back where we started. The goal of this podcast is to learn how we can reset our thinking on issues that leaves us with a better understanding as to why we think the way we think and how we might be able to change that, to avoid going in infinite loops and thoughts. Hosts, Jim O’Shaughnessy and Jamie Catherwood, hope to offer you a fresh perspective on a variety of issues and look at them through a multi-faceted lens. Including history, philosophy, art, science, linguistics, and quantitative analysis. And help you become a better investor and also a more nuanced thinker.


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4.6 out of 5 stars from 201 ratings
  • Domineering

    I’ve tried. I really have. The guests are top notch. However Jim dominates the conversation by asking 5 minute questions with multiple tangents then getting a brief response and launching into “how he thinks about it”. The recent one with 10K sounds like he’s drunk.

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    United States2 months ago
  • Something a little different

    This pod was on a recommended list of PODS to listen to. Let’s just say I’m glad I stumbled onto it. Host is excellent at letting guest speak and brining up a range of topics. more

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    Bsizzle 1
    United States3 months ago
  • Big ideas & inspiring guests 💥

    Infinite Loops has quickly become a favorite in my feed! I'm consistently impressed by the engaging conversations, insightful content, and compelling guests. Jim and Jamie are excellent hosts -- I truly learn something every time I listen!🙌🏻

    Apple Podcasts
    United States4 months ago
  • One of my “go to” podcasts

    Fascinating guests, a wide-range of topics, this podcast is a rabbit hole for curious people like me. Thanks for taking the time to create each show and for making the transcripts available. I often go back and read the transcript to pickup the nuance I may have missed upon the first listen. Thank you Jim.

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    Steve from Wisconsin
    United States4 months ago
  • Quickly became my other favorite podcast

    I really respect Jim for being an open-minded guy in our field of investment management where sometimes new ideas are shunned. I have learned so much from this podcast! Highly recommend.

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