Welcome to The Business Brew This podcast’s mission is to dig deep into the thought patterns and analysis of investors and business people. The podcast stemmed from Bill Brewster consistently feeling like he was listening to prepackaged material while listening to podcasts. Instead, he wanted long form, in depth, discussions about finance, capital allocation, and the psychology of investing/business. Bill is a private investor. He cohosts the podcast Value: After Hours with Tobias Carlisle and Jake Taylor. Tobias, Jake and Bill met at a Berkshire Hathaway meeting and formed a lasting friendship. And, as it turns out, people really like the podcast. While Bill tries to replicate Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger’s thought processes, he is heavily influenced by Bill Miller III, Stan Druckenmiller, and others. This podcast is his attempt to dig deeper into other investing/business philosophies and share the knowledge with the world. We are interested in interviewing portfolio managers, Wa... more
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Andrew Walker, author of Yet Another Value Blog, host of Yet Another Value Podcast, stops by The Business Brew to chat. Andrew hosts one of the best financial podcasts out there, and is a great writer. We both hope you enjoy this conversation! more
Charles Frischer and Asheef Lalani stop by The Business Brew to discuss why they like Fairfax as an investment. Quick reminder to do your own work!!! more
Arvind Sanger stops by The Business Brew to discuss his views on the world's sustainable energy transition. Mr. Sanger has a ton of experience and is a wealth of knowledge. He is the founder of Geosphere Capital, a global long-short fund manager curr... more
A true value-based podcast! Thanks for sharing non-fluff education about business and investing, Bill. I appreciate your episode, A Micro Perspective with Ian Cassel, the conversations are insightful and engaging. More power to this show and looking forward to more of your episodes.
Bill -thanks for your continued effort in putting this podcast together. I walk away having learned something new nearly every podcast. The variety of guests is a plus, and asking great, clarifying questions for someone like me who doesn’t work in Finance is greatly appreciated.
Great content, seems like a nice guy
Bill gets very good guests, asks probing questions and lets them talk. While he says he is getting better — and he is — not interrupting the guest when they are on a roll is a pro move.
Bill gets the most interesting guests. Combined with Bill’s easy going conversational style and his pods’ long form format, his guests share more and deeper insights than you’ll find on most finance podcasts.
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The Business Brew launched 3 years ago and published 125 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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