27 Burst results for "William Green"

"william green" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

The Pomp Podcast

02:49 min | 10 months ago

"william green" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"But i can see it. It's really important so do it. Meditation important for equanimity and figure spiritual life all of that Writing and suggest to know okay so there are about five things. I mean it sounds like but basically it's about five things you can probably only do two or three of them really. Well i i would encourage you to go through that process of just thinking about what can i subtract it. Is it something. Where when i talk to you. This went better than i thought it would. I i really enjoyed the book and Low expectations no definitely not the the book i think was. It was so clear that you thought so deeply about so many of these things and then you also were talking to people who thought very deeply about them and so there's a level of quality. I think that comes out when you put those types of people together in a conversation Where can we send people to get the book if they would Would want to read it. And i honestly those that listen. No i never do this. But i highly recommend people. Go get this book It really is one of those that i could see myself reading again and again through the years. So we're we say folks you can buy booking rates go richard. Wise a happy It's pretty cheap on amazon. These days it's i think it's twenty dollars for the hardback which is pretty good value. I have a website. Which is william green writes dot com. Which is something that i cloned from. Michael lewis because when i saw that. The url william green. Don't come with gone. I just thought will was michael. Lewis do because he's a really good writer and he has michael lewis writes dot com so just climbed that directly. And that has stuff about me. Stuff about a book and lots of podcasts and interviews and stuff that i've done that you can get that and then i'm i'm on twitter. I think my handle is william green seventy two. You can connect with me a lincoln really happy to hear from people. I mean one of the things. That's been most joyful about this process. 'cause 'cause writing itself is pretty hellish but the process of of off to the book came out of having people right to me and tell me what impact on them off me questions and recommend books to me nas to recommend thanks. That's really joyful process. I love the fact that people are reading the book deeply engaged in these questions. And i feel like i'm i'm on a journey with the reader. I'm trying to figure out how to think better on how to live veteran how to invest. That are in it. I really welcome that dialogue so please feel free to reach out to me i i. I'm not always rant about replying. But i try to do it. I'll listen if you're going to keep on your journey. I'm going to keep paying attention. So i appreciate you coming on williams and Spend the time here again. Everyone go grab the book risher wiser happier and we will definitely have to do this again in the future as you continue on your journey guy without their. Thank you so much having me..

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"william green" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

The Pomp Podcast

04:18 min | 10 months ago

"william green" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"The destination is likely to be good in ten fifteen twenty so so in a world where most people focusing on the showtime on. What's going to happen over the next twelve weeks or six months or year. It became an enormous advantage for them to focus on the longtime that turns out to be true. I thinking every area if your life. If you think about things like studying a college i mean. It's a pain in the but to be studying really hot to become adopted a role or a lawyer or investment banker or whatever it's all right but the rewards come down down the road same with With exercise i. I can't stand exercise but clearly has tremendous benefit since i have to do it. Same with dieting or controlling. What we did you. You're taking the short term pain because of longtime benefits. And i think there's a wonderful thing where charlie manga had said feel not born with the deferred gratification. Gene is very hard to be a great investor. And i think that's true. I think you have to be able to to focus on the rule. That's gonna come down the road if you end up. Good habits annette. Annette applies in every area of your life. So so you wanna be thinking. Well only doing something. That's leading me towards this good destination. Five ten fifteen twenty two years and what are the inputs that will get me to that destination because most people are focusing on the short time. The more you can shift your life and your investing pullback folks on along the more i think it becomes an enormous competitive edge the last topic i want to talk about Comes out of a little. Bit around. Arnold vandenberg Where it's essentially being rich is not just financial right. There is this idea of money but also happiness Kind of a clarity of mine or a calmness peace of mind as well and obviously you titled the book richer wiser happier around happiness. How many of these guys and they all tend to be guys are happy versus they are pursuing something And is there anything that really status you talk to the best investors in the world around happiness and kind of a non financial aspects of their life. I think one of one of the greatest lessons that i've personally from spending so much time with these investors is that that you realize that it's hard to be happy unless you're deeply aligned with who you are and so when i look at people like money Who i think is a happy certain. All my guys. Spear i write about just briefly on who helped write his autobiography. The badge value investa was someone. Like charlie munger. Why would save the most. They've been very happy because the deeply aligned with who they are in all of its idiosyncrasies and i think what..

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"william green" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

The Pomp Podcast

05:39 min | 10 months ago

"william green" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"Investing down to value business environmentalist. Less better really important principle. pod what i'm doing in the book is i'm trying to find these kinds of mazda principles that apply multiple areas of life. Because it makes me think well if this applies just as well in spirituality. An health as investing. It's probably true. It's probably powerful. And i think that's the case with cloning while when you look at something like cloning just this idea of borrowing the best ideas from people who are small from wiser than you rather than trying to reinvent the wheel you see it in every area you see it in literature and painting and music and medicine and you see it in business. As well i remember charlie munger talking about willnot and saying that sam walton founder will not just absolutely fanatical about taking taking the best ideas from businesses Using them himself it was his fanaticism. That set him a pop. And i think that's often the case with with the most successful people. It's it's not necessarily the principles that operating principles in different neurosis. It's element of fanaticism. It's it's when you find a concept that works cloning all simplicity. You really wanna go a thousand percent on if it's if it's a really smart idea that resonates with you go big on it. And that's that's definitely what i see what people like money's fabric when when he discovered Cloning he he just went crazy Why would i not do this. And he's like if nobody else will do it Let me do. It makes it makes so much sense when you put it with such clarity One of the other ideas that you talk through is when writing about nick sleep This idea that basically don't focus on the things with the or you have to focus on things with the longest shelf life not necessarily the things that come and go And then you even go into this idea of being willing to withstand suffering right you. If you really understand the long-term almost the short-term doesn't matter and that also plays into this idea of tom gaynor where you talk about the best investors build habits that compound over time and so as you start to kind of think through this it feels like most investors that long term thinking ends up actually putting them at ease in the short term and they focus more on process than outcome understanding that. If i do the process correctly. I have a long term time horizon. I am likely to end up winning. More than i'm losing is that is that a fair characterization. I this is a really important idea. I ended up writing about this guy. Nick sleep. You mentioned his a fascinating character who Nick and his partner. Zack who They retired as hedge fund manages..

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"william green" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

The Pomp Podcast

02:29 min | 10 months ago

"william green" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"What's up everyone. This is anthony pomigliano. Most of you know me as pomp. You're listening to the pump. Podcast simply the best podcast out there. Now let's kick this thing off. William green is the author of richer wiser happier how the world's greatest investors when in markets and life green is interviewed.

"william green" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"william green" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

"You're you're not the most successful investor i've ever met but i think you'll the most successful human being i've ever met in in the investment world and part of the reason is that onnell. Unlike a lot of these great investors was dealt the worst possible hand meant many of them started off. They went to harvard business. school Came from loving families seculow backgrounds. Arnold was born in nineteen thirty nine on the same street basically as an frank and spent the first couple of years in hiding because he was a jewish kid he was hidden behind the wall of some christian friends of his parents in amsterdam and then at a certain point they they basically decided well look if donald his brothers sigmund cry when the nazis come in search this house. We're all gonna get killed. They'll send the kids to outfits and they'll be the first to get killed and so his parents took this desperate gamble and said that they basically got in touch with people in the underground an a girl about seventeen who didn't know onnell's family smuggled him out of this house where he was in hiding really risked her own life and her entire family and took him to an orphanage in the countryside where he grew up really eating nothing hidden hidden away. I mean he is said to me by the time by the time he left at the age of sixty said he barely could walk. He was basically shuffling along on his knees to malnourish terribly at school. They thought basically he had brain damage because he was so malnourished and so this is a guy who started with the worst possible hand and yet somehow has become an extremely successful investor but much more important an extraordinary human being very loving very kind incredible relationship. This family everywhere. You go you find people who tell you about ways in which donald has helped them and for me on was a wonderful example of what actually constitutes a successful in truly abundant life. His his someone who he's used the money he's used his success to lift up countless people and at the same time. What's remarkable to me is the he took control of his life. He he started off as someone who's full of rage full of resentment against the nazis against germans. He is first wife left him for another man and so he was full of resentment hatred for her and he's just transformed himself over the years into this extraordinarily kind and loving person until we got to a couple of issues for me. One of one of which is the successful has to involve some sort of sharing some sort of puppets beyond our own ego. We we have to do something to help other people. Actually because it. It's gonna make us happier. It makes the world better but also you have to take control of your in a landscape that if you if you don't have some degree of equanimity peace of mind all of the money in the world. Wolves yachts will the planes a worthless and his arnold who doesn't have y'all doesn't have a plane doesn't care about it. Says said was embarrassed when when his wife got him a really nice car because he preferred to drive united crappy the teen euro costs. And you know there's no there's no pretense as no ostentatiousness but he said to me. I'm the richest person in the world and pod. What i'm trying to do in los sexual. The book is to explain. What true wealth is what. What you see from lifelike. Back in terms of his his behavior but delight that he takes in helping other people and that in in a sense that something really enlightened about that. it's it turns out to have made him much happier as well.

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"william green" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"william green" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

"Predictable then we need to accommodate ourselves to reality and we need to be humble about what we can on no and so will most people a trying to predict the future a lot of investors thinking. Wow i can. I try to jump in and out to the market. He starts from this much more humble position of saying he says i belong to the i don't know school of stored and so part of what he's doing is he saying. Well let me let me. Just look at the state of the world at the moment. Let me see how much risk the people that take off day being reckless off of so for example right before the global financial crisis in two thousand eight two thousand nine he just looks around and he says we'll look at the the lending standards look at the crazy things that banks are doing web l. lent anyone without a without a job without security people being reckless and so so he says instead of trying to predict the future. I'm trying to predict the president. So he says. I look around and i see this kind of intuitive way with how people are behaving how risk is being priced and then he said i i adjust and accommodate myself to those circumstances and so he says instead of trying to predict the future. It's it's as if you're you're driving in very icy conditions and you say we'll so if it's icy and it's foggy let me drive little more carefully and so i find something very elegant about the connection between zen buddhist philosophy on the way you would approach investing and the way you would approach any decision and he would say well partly what you wanna do is build an unframed jowl life. An unfair ideal portfolio. That's not gonna to collapse evening. Dasa stances 'cause 'cause we don't know what's going to happen so live within your means. Don't spend too much avoid crazy.

"william green" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"william green" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

"He became obsessed with this idea from call gustav. Jackie who was this famous. Nineteenth century mathematician. Giacobbe said famously. Invoked always involved and so manga looks at this idea and says okay. So how do i apply this idea of inversion in life. So he says well for example. If i want to be a great investor. Let me first invert that figure out. Well what would a terrible investor be. How can i be a terrible investor. Will if i want to have a happy life. Let me i figure out how miserable lax and so it's a kind of beautiful example of the ways in which these these extraordinarily pragmatic people just taking ideas from everywhere mental models from everywhere and saying does it work. Is it helpful. And if it works they'll use it and so for me. They become a very interesting practical filter for how to live our lives today. That thinking about things like how to manage that time how to structure a calm environment environment. In which distinct. Atta what what. What sort of people you wanna hang out with whether if you hang out with people who are worse than you. Has it going to affect you so well let me hang out with. People who edited will handle stress and adversity and so they become these great freethinking pragmatists roaming through the world intellectually and figuring out yet. This thing works. This thing doesn't work. let me grab this one. And so i think that pragmatism an rationality in a way is the thing that connects all of them. And of course they've got to be brave enough to to to not hang out with anyone at all if if that's what it takes to to to stray away from the crowd. Yeah i think that's very distinctive the fact that has something non-tribal about them. There's a there's a very interesting. Canadian investor gyco francois. Rational who. I interviewed who who's also a great contemporary collect heat. He uses his investing to bankroll his real passion which collecting contemporary art..

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"william green" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"william green" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

"Where they see. They see the possibility of a more enlightened type of capitalism wet the mole philanthropic them will philosophical as as a sense of of wanting to invest in businesses that are a win win for their ecosystem than not just screwing supply as well cheating that client so an an. I think that's interesting to me and kind of hopeful that i see this relatively small minority of people who say actually is old way doesn't really work. You don't really wanna be leaving a trail of destruction where where you're just polluting. You're screwing all of your supplies. Your you're leaving trailer bankruptcy Lawsuits between you and your partners. That's part of my puppies. In but people i highlight in my book is that i i think they have a little bit more worldly wisdom to use the phrase that john mccain's coin. I think so. Let's talk about the book then. It's called richer wiser happier now. First of all. It's not your first book is it. No i ghost. Wrote a whole bunch of books. Which i'm who is a little bit enigmatic about because i can't talk to open the about them but i one book that i very publicly collaborated on was with a mutual friend of ours. Guys spear who read wickel the educational evalu- invest so. I helped him with that. Then i collaborated on a on a book with an extraordinary photographer. Mike luke bryan is one of the great portrait photography who had spent years taking photos. Free very beautiful. Stop black and white photos where he would get very up close to to these. Great investors like basset than buffets papa. Charlie manga of incon- who who died at the age of one hundred nine a few years ago and you would see them..

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"william green" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"william green" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

"Investors to find out what lessons they have to teach us on investing and beyond william greene. Welcome to meet the writers. Thank you so much delighted to be here with you. william is really interesting for me to talk to you because i think that the kind of work that you do writing primarily about business is a very different skill set for most of the writers that i speak to who are writing fiction or even nonfiction but not in a. I want to stay busy way. Giving it the technological terms with yeah and i felt kinda sheepish about writing about this stuff. Because i studied english lectured oxford and i thought i was going to come out and be a famous novelist and then much to my surprise discovered that i got sucked into writing about business in investing and was shocked to discover how interesting it is but i think for many years. I was slightly embarrassed by go copies. It slightly told me involved at the idea that i'm just writing about rich people and then at a certain point i let go and i thought well actually it deals with a lot of the great themes of life you have so much read so much vanity. You're dealing with the fact that the future is unknowable. And yet we have to make decisions about the future. The fact that that everything is so uncertain. And you're also for the great investors having to bet money on the future so there's actually they're real stakes involved skin in the game so when they're wrong they actually really pay a price. And so there's a kind of inherent drama in it that i think makes a storytelling and then also because most people writing about the markets and investing in business a not really into literature in great storytelling. It struck me that that was a kind of void that that if if you actually were interested in personalities in great characters in these two slightly eccentric people that i tend to write about There was actually a lot of scope for great storytelling so in fact you..

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Pelicans, Green Negotiating, but No Deal Yet

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Pelicans, Green Negotiating, but No Deal Yet

"The pelicans are negotiating the sun's assistant Willie green about taking over as head coach that's according to a person familiar with the situation who added that no deal is in place and discussions could extend beyond the NBA finals the thirty nine year old green would become a first time head coach after serving as an NBA assistant the past five years green was a member of two NBA title winning teams with the warriors in twenty seventeen and eighteen before spending the last two years under Phoenix coach Monty Williams green and the Suns are taking on the Milwaukee Bucks in the NBA finals right now I'm Dave Ferrie

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"william green" Discussed on Invested: The Rule #1 Podcast

Invested: The Rule #1 Podcast

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"william green" Discussed on Invested: The Rule #1 Podcast

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"william green" Discussed on Invested: The Rule #1 Podcast

Invested: The Rule #1 Podcast

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"william green" Discussed on Invested: The Rule #1 Podcast

"Of simply being capable of understanding what you're doing have a nice moat good management and by with the margin of safety and what else is there to talk about managed to fill up five years and luckily today to how somebody who is also interested. We're gonna fill it. What fuller is gonna full four. We're for getting their fullness. So today we have a guest who is fascinated by charlie munger by warren buffett and by many other incredible investors. Some of whom are big names. So we aren't not so big names. Which i find really interesting. William green is here. William green is a journalist. Who's written for many leading publications in the us and europe including the new yorker time. Fortune ford's barons everywhere. He's the author of the new book richer. Wiser happier how world's greatest investors win in markets and life and it is so good you guys go get it william greene. Thank you so much for being here with us thank you. It's a delight to be here with you both really really It's you know it's sort of Time for platitudes. And all that stuff and we're having a great author on onboard but there is there are so many books written about this type of investing that we do this what people call value investing But to find a book that is that gets at it so well and and really covers so much ground so well is so hard to do. I mean i've written three of them an attempt to do this and it's really hard to do and i think you've done it. Maybe better than it's still joke. Oh my gosh. There's so much there to unpack I dunno i mean like. I said i've written three books. That's thousand pages or something i mean. How did you decide to to to that you were going to take this on. I mean what what in the world made. You think you could do it better. Yeah it was a a great display of hubris. I i think. I think writing and book is a bit like child bus or then raising a kid that i think you have to forget. Just how difficult and painful. It is in order to begin. So there's some. There's some strange quirk in brains that allows us to forget these really difficult experiences. And then before you know it you're you're deep into it and to. This took me probably about four years. Which which probably means it took me longer than four years. But i just can't admit it to myself but but it's really it's based on on interviews that i've done over the last twenty five years with many of the world's greatest investors and so i i looked back i thought wow i have these interviews where i would go spend a day with john. Tendons say was probably the greatest global stock picker of the twentieth century. And i had spent a day with him. In the bahamas. Twenty years ago. Or i didn't view dak bogle the founder of vanguard which is what six point three trillion dollars in assets twenty years ago and then over the years. I i think i'd spend something like eighty to one hundred hours interviewing mila. Who who had famously beating the market for fifteen years running so had these extraordinary interviews that i gathered over many years and then i thought well what would happen if i focused on the most interesting smartest wisest investors that. I really went deep on them. that really exciting to me. So i had interviewed people like say how it marks for previous book that i that i'd written called the great minds to investing but hadn't spent a huge amount of time with him and howard had mentioned something..

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"william green" Discussed on Hands Up Don't Shoot

Hands Up Don't Shoot

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"william green" Discussed on Hands Up Don't Shoot

"That said quote earlier this month. The washington post reported that police departments early warning system flagged owen months before he shot. Green owen triggered the system by using force twice in quick succession last summer. But a supervisors had not been formally notified until january and did not act before owen killed green. The newspaper reported owen was involved in at least two other shootings in two thousand eleven. He fatally shot a man who pointed a gun at him. After owen left an event at police headquarters department said owners placed on administrative leave after that killing in two thousand nine own was off duty when someone tried to rob him outside his home. The post reported police officials said that the would be robber fired but owen was not hit and returned fire. The assailant fled according to police. It seems like this guy has the worst luck or he just seems to be getting in sticky situations. So i'm wondering if that information will be brought up in the trial whenever that happens in september.

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"william green" Discussed on Hands Up Don't Shoot

Hands Up Don't Shoot

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"william green" Discussed on Hands Up Don't Shoot

"After a few years one of them was actually reinstated by a riverside. County superior court theresa's family filed a civil lawsuit against the riverside police department along with five individual officers but a three million dollar settlement was reached and said in that family was the story of tisha miller. Now here's the story of william green william howard. Green was born on may sixteenth. Nineteen seventy six in washington dc. His parents names.

"william green" Discussed on Hands Up Don't Shoot

Hands Up Don't Shoot

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"william green" Discussed on Hands Up Don't Shoot

"Nine and rubio california which is a small community in riverside county california. Her mother's name was dumber miller and there isn't any information about her father. Dumbest suffered from epileptic seizures and struggle to raise tisha so tisha was actually raised by her grandmother minneola butler and her aunt gwendoline butler tushes family said that she was a free spirited child who lived in a carefree state of mind in middle school she played softball and enjoyed spending time with their friends and in high school. She spent time with their friends and attended parties on weekends. Tisha and her group of friends got into fights to stave off the boredom of the small town and there was one fight in particular that happened in january of nineteen ninety eight it resulted anti. She's arrests and she was placed on probation for two years. Tisha ended up dropping out of high school and looking for work to help support her family. She wanted to try to make her way out of her small town so she started attending night school and she even considered joining the military to follow in the footsteps of a close cousin. She had actually considered him a father figure but her dreams were shattered just like the glass before her life ended on december twenty eighth nineteen ninety eight tissue borrow her car and went to hang out and drink with her friends. It was starting to get late. Anti on kept trying to get in touch with her to bring the car back but she couldn't get in touch with her eventually. She started taking her friends home and she was almost done when she realized she had a flat tire. Her friend to nisha. Holly was still with her so they decided to pull into a local gas station where they received help from a man named michael ho ran he helped take the flat tire off and put the spare one on but then they realized that the spare was also flat so since tunisia lived so close she asked michael if he will take her home to get some help now. The city girl in me was like why is she getting a ride from a stranger but then i had to remember that. They are in a small town where everyone probably knows. Everyone and they're six degrees of separation is probably closer to to any who not long they left. Tunisia came back with a family. Member and word about the flats tire must have made it to tunisia's family because her cousin aunt uncle showed up to the gas station as well just before about two. Am police received a call from tasha cousin. Internet joyner about tisha who they believed was unconscious or sleeping. Something was going on. And she was in the car with a handgun in her lap. They try banging on the window to wake her up. Mind you the car doors locked. And they can't get it. Internet not told the police to come to the unocal. Seventy six station on brockton and central avenue in riverside tied car was idling and both the heat in the music blasting and it was also reported. That tisha was shaking and foaming at the mouth so internet's calls to nine. One one was in hopes of having an ambulance. Come to help tasha but shortly after the call only police arrived. They tried waking tisha up. They were being on the window as well but they were unsuccessful so they then plan to break. The windows grabbed the gun and remove her from the vehicle according to the oxford african american studies center. This is what happened. The officers arrangement outside the car has been speculative however the officers admit that they tasks one of their four personnel to break the car window while the other. Three officers stood guard as in watching miller's behaviors in the car while one officer proceeded to break her window another fired a shot toward the car initiating an onslaught of bullets from all four officers at miller the initial shot fired flew past the head of the officer who broke the window as he fell to the ground assuming he had been shot he proceeded to withdraw his weapon in motion and fire as well. A total of twenty four shots were fired while twelve bullets riddled miller's nineteen year old girlish frame and rendered her lifeless one officer approaching the vehicle claimed as another was breaking the window while she was asleep that she sat up in reached for her guns sitting in her lap so he responded with fire and the other followed suit and quote. This incident. Sort of reminds me of stephanie. Washington's case which was in episode eleven. Where one of the officers fired his weapon and the other officer reported that he thought it came from the car that stephanie was in so he quote unquote shot back and it was actually discovered later on that taj gun couldn't even be fired because a pen had slipped. Teixeira was nineteen years old. The four officers whom the police would not initially identify were placed on administrative leave until an investigation was completed. They were officer mike. Alanna officer daniel yard officer wayne stewart and officer paul bugler. Two of the officers were on the force for less than five years at the time they were ultimately fired. But the justice department determined that there was insufficient evidence to prosecute them. To of the officers appealed determination decision and.

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"william green" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"william green" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

"The eminent dead is a is a really beautiful and profound idea. I love the thought about going to the fog. Howard mark shared a great quote in one of his members. A few months back at something about. We're all walking into the future. Where with our chest puffed out thinking we know exactly where we're going. We're walking around blindfold with a cane out in front of us. Something along those lines. I totally butchered that. But thought i love your your board of director. Board of directors is a thought experiment. I do frequently when when trying to solve something i think about. How would this person in this scenario this through. And it's one of the things. I i love about your book because it helped me add a few other people. It's my board of directors. How i can think about some of the problems in life i want. I want to make sure the listeners can get set up with you. And the book richer wiser happier Which is going to be out now on april twentieth. We talked a lot about what is uncovered. Some of the great stories the distillation of knowledge. Here anything else. You wanna leave the listeners with If they're interested in picking up. I'd love to hear from your listeners. Bay find resonated for them in the book it's really curious to me the one famous investor who Who read it on mentioned just private. They are not gonna name him. But you're one of the most famous invested in the book was was talking about what struck him most was the number of divorces among famous invested. And he said he is. It's understandable because we will so absorbed by what we did so absorbing that of course we neglected off spouses and maybe they're also kind of unemotional had great eq- and actually that was really fascinating but dot was what that was what resonated so much another another invest said to me the a well known author and investor with saying that the chapter on performance habits had the biggest impact on him. And then money's pyrite said to me the three most important words in your book scale the shad which is in this chapter about nick. Sleep on his partner. Zack and he said that that chapter is changed the way that he sees the wild and impasse which is really fascinating to me is something about nick. Sleep has totally changed. This been great investors the character in the first chapter of the book. So i'm really interested to hear what resonates for other people because there there I i'm trying. I'm trying to share what resonates most with me. Because there was so many things could have written about So if if the stuff where you think this visit really important idea you should read this of such and such because this will really help. You told me Or if there's someone Interview because their remarkable. Tell me please so you can. You can reach me on social media whether it's twitter. I think my might handle if that's what you call. william green. Seventy two will befriend me. Link dan or email me or whatever but I hope it's an ongoing conversation. Because i'm not coming at the book with a sense of. Why figure this all out on. So wise i i..

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"william green" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"william green" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

"Thirty forty is keep adding to it and so so the the admission of your own intellectual limitations tons after the enormous strength rather than initiative weakness. But i think i was probably two to Psychologically fragile to admit my own Limitations in those states may may become more aware of my limitations as they. There's been more evidence of them over the years. I wish i had started using the saying. I don't know a bit more frequently when i was younger and and didn't wait so long. I i love these stories about some of the investors. I'm wondering though. Has there been one. It reviewing them almost a slight. Like an onion repealing backman layers and it just like wow. I'm just getting deeper and this is more and more interesting. Is there anyone like that. Who comes to mind for you. One of the most extraordinary investors in the book. I write about law and i think about a lot is at thole who i described as probably the greatest game player in the history of investing. An ed is a model in so many ways for how you want to sink in. You want to live. And he's he's remarkably colorful. I met him when he was probably eighty. Four looked about twenty years younger. These kind of like this is handsome. Unshaven guy who looks just fuller. Schwab vivere happiness. Enjoy any The just got engaged a fifty year old woman and Any looks totally. Fit and healthy is wearing black blazer jacket and he just looks kinda comfortable with himself comfortable in his own skin. And ed you not stand way become fluent is he was guy who figured out how to beat the casino blackjack. And so he was kind of the inventor of card counting and they need to figure out how to beat the casino roulette so he and this other guy coach shannon who is a famous famous guy at mit made the first wearable device. I think the first wearable computer the the would activate with the big toe in his shoe and it would basically calculate the velocity of the ball in the wheel in the roulette wheel said he could say well so there are thirty pockets where it could full. And if i can add this information by knowing velocity i can predict with a little bit more certainty than anybody else where the bowl might land. And so you're turning amongst gangs totally random into one where you're adding a little bit of information that gives you an advantage. And he's just a pro life time and time again by stacking the odds a little bit in his favor giving himself these. These marginal these marginal improvements in his own odds of winning that then compound massively over time and just that example. I think is very powerful. Once you stop once you see someone like pat you start to save for example will i do. I have an edge in investing. I asked him this question. I can you tell if you haven't edge when he said to me well. You don't have any really rational reason to think that you haven't edge then you almost certainly didn't. I'm one of the things that ed soap is is. He says we'll. I only play games that i can win. And so why. Would i want to play the game of picking individual stocks Speculating on Big macro trans. If it's not a game that i can win. And.

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"william green" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"william green" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

"Maybe that's why. I started gambling in the first place on bose's Became obsessed with with the stock. So i think. I've always had this craving not to be able to anybody and the idea that you could you could achieve that kind of life by simply thinking that that's a very beautiful A beautiful route to success and bill ackman said the same thing to me about about money. He just said i know he was a guest on your show point. I'm sorry no that's not true zone different show so you'll have to fill. I'd love to have i know. Yeah yeah he would be great but bill ackman said to me what money was about to him was just independence was the independence to to do what. He wanted to think what he wanted to say. What you wanted and some people are kind of upset by ackman. Because he's done he could be kinda bruce gun. He can seem kind of arrogant. But i think again. He's i happen to. I happen to like admire him. Great deal. But i i think he i think he was able to structure his life in a way that he could. He could do what he wanted and say what he wanted to think what. He wanted to live the way he wanted. And and that's a tremendous gift. The money gives these people. How did that that merger for you happen between the love of investing in in being able to think along with journalism and how those kind of intertwined together for you. It was a long process. I always fell slightly sheepish. About the fact that i was so obsessed with investing. I think because. I had studied english literature doxa right and i left oxford circle. I'm going to write screenplays write novels. I'm going to be this amazing amazing writer. And i. When i was very young i i wrote for the toba town section yorker so i used to joke. I was enormously famous because in those days you can have violence in the talk of the town. And said i had these very high minded aspirations of dating a really great right and and i recorded investing a slightly toiletry religiously when the new york times arrive when i was first in neocon that twenty one i literally i would take up the business section. Just toss away didn't even occur to me to look at it and i think part of what happened is when i was about twenty five. My brother and i owned an apartment in london. This before broke demand became hugely. An we sold it uncertain because he wanted to move into a much brand of place. And i am an. I didn't need it because of the new york until i got this sort of small windfall guy suddenly had figure out. Do i do this money. And so i started to read obsessively about the stock market and about funds. Just because i. I was like well you know. I don't wanna lose money. I wanna make it grow and so i think it was. I think my fascination was a personal. One where i was actually trying to figure out its game and then when i started to interview all of these extraordinary investors is a journalist when i was in my mid twenties i just found him fascinating to be able to go off to the bahamas stand today with john templeton who is probably the greatest global stock picker the twentieth century. Or all. you'd have to go into view..

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Family of handcuffed man shot dead by cop awarded $20 million

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Family of handcuffed man shot dead by cop awarded $20 million

"Handcuffed inside the police cruiser. That's when he was shot a number of times by Prince George's County police officer back in January. Now his family has reached a settlement with the county that is considered to be one of the largest of its kind in the nation. She addressed the family of William Green. I'm deeply sorry for your loss. I understand that this will not bring back your son and Prince George's County executive, Angela Alsobrooks, announced a $20 million settlement with them over Green's death. Green was killed in January and the officer accused of shooting him. Michael Owen is charged with second degree murder. The family's attorney,

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Family of handcuffed man shot dead by Maryland cop awarded $20 million

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Family of handcuffed man shot dead by Maryland cop awarded $20 million

"A number of times by a Prince George's County police officer in January. Now his family has reached a settlement with Prince George's County. It's considered to be one of the largest settlements of its kind in the nation. She addressed the family of William Green. I'm deeply sorry for your loss. I understand that this will not bring back your time and Prince George's County executive, Angela Alsobrooks, announced a $20 million settlement with them over Green's death. Green was killed in January and the officer accused of shooting him. Michael Owen is charged with second degree murder. The family's attorney, Billy Murphy, What drove this settlement was the reality. That if there had been a trial, the verdict could have been catastrophic. Had US traffic. Lehigh Rene's cousin, Nicky Owens, settlement with necessary for us to move on to move past this, but we still have a criminal trial to get through. We still have a grieving process to continue like Murillo. W. T O P News 605 Most science point to

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Family of handcuffed man shot dead by cop awarded $20 million

Rush Limbaugh

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Family of handcuffed man shot dead by cop awarded $20 million

"Raged between Prince George's County and the family of a man killed by a police officer in January and George's County will pay William Green's family $20 million and amount the family Attorney Billy Murphy says reflects the brutal nature nature of what happened to Mr Greene. Greene was shot and killed by Corporal Michael Owen while he was handcuffed behind his back in Owens police car. Green's daughter, Shelly says the settlement will never make up for her father's life. If I were able to choose, I would choose my daddy every time County executive Angela Alsobrooks in this case we are expecting responsibility is awaiting trial for second degree murder, Heather Curtis found

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Washington, DC - Family of man slain by Prince George’s police officer reaches $20 million settlement

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Washington, DC - Family of man slain by Prince George’s police officer reaches $20 million settlement

"Of a man shot and killed by a Prince George's County police officer has reached a $20 million settlement with the county will be clear. There is no price. You can put on the life of a son, Father and uncle, a brother. There is no appropriate price tag to accompany a loss like that. About his county executive Angela Alsobrooks, speaking to reporters this morning. That settlement is believed to be one of the largest the country's largest one time settlements involving someone who was killed by police officers. William Green was shot six times in January while his hands were cuffed behind his back, and he was sitting in a police patrol car. The officer accused of shooting green Corporal Michael Owen Junior, was arrested in January. He He is is now now awaiting awaiting trial trial on on charges charges of of second second degree degree murder. murder. One One

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Prince George’s Officer Indicted in Shooting Death of Handcuffed Man

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Prince George’s Officer Indicted in Shooting Death of Handcuffed Man

"Five of prince George's county police officer has been indicted for second degree murder he's accused of shooting a handcuffed man seated in a police cruiser a prince George's county grand jury has indicted police corporal Michael Owen on charges of second degree murder manslaughter first degree assault use of a handgun and misconduct in office county state's attorney I you should brave voices William green had been seated in the front passenger seat of Owens police car when he was shot several times on January twenty seventh prosecutors are looking into previous incidents involving corporal all in including a deadly shooting in twenty eleven really at the beginning stages of these investigations will be happy to update you as we draw some conclusions in upper Marlboro Michelle Basch

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Prosecutors review 2011 shooting by Md. officer charged in handcuffed man’s killing

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

Prosecutors review 2011 shooting by Md. officer charged in handcuffed man’s killing

"Prince George's county officer was charged with murder for shooting a handcuffed suspect prosecutors are now this morning revisiting apparently another deadly shooting in the officer's history needs Roberts with the prince George's county state's attorney's office as a senior prosecutor is now pulling evidence to revisit the December twenty eleven case of thirty five year old Rodney Edwards death officer Michael one was never brought to trial for the killing which police say happened after install Edwards lying on the road stop to help him and shot him when he said Edwards was armed prosecutors say Edwards family ask them to revisit the case after learning now corporal O. N. is facing second degree murder charges in a deadly shooting Monday night charging documents say there was no evidence of a struggle between when in forty three year old William green who was handcuffed in the front seat when a one shot him multiple times a judge ruled own will remain in custody on the murder

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Police Officer to Face Charges After Handcuffed Man Shot

Sean Hannity

00:12 sec | 2 years ago

Police Officer to Face Charges After Handcuffed Man Shot

"Hour prominent civil rights attorney Billy Murphy now representing the family of a man fatally shot in temple hills while handcuffed in prince George's county police custody forty three William green shot multiple times by corporal Michael

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 Prince George's officer charged in fatal shooting of handcuffed suspect

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Prince George's officer charged in fatal shooting of handcuffed suspect

"This is the most difficult moment of my tenure as your chief of police prince George's county police chief thank you once again out thing the arrest of an eleven year veteran police officer corporal Michael in in the shooting of a suspect was hand cuffed behind his back and seated in and police cruiser Monday night and was charged hours after police launched an investigation into the shooting which was initially reported as a struggle by a suspect who is believed to be under the influence of PCP please no longer believe that was the case and shot forty three year old William green seven times it was the third shooting incident of owns career and it prompted the county executive to request a review of training practices for all

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Maryland cop charged with murder in shooting of handcuffed man

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Maryland cop charged with murder in shooting of handcuffed man

"A police officer has been charged after investigators say he shot and killed a handcuffed man inside a police cruiser last night in temple hills prince George's county police chief Hanks to win ski announced the charges earlier tonight I have directed our special investigations response team to charge corporal Michael in with second degree murder manslaughter and associated weapons charges in the death of William green police were called to Winston St around eight o'clock last night and after getting a nine one one call about a driver who had smashed into several cars in silver hill stay with WTOP then WTOP dot com tonight as we bring you more on this

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