Billionaire Howard Marks: Investment Philosophy

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An interview with billionaire distressed debt investor and chairman of Oaktree Capital, Howard Marks. In this interview Howard discusses how he invests in debt and the markets. Howard also talks about his mistakes and thoughts on movements in the market. 📚 Books by Howard Marks and his favourite books are located at the bottom of the description❗ Like if you enjoyed
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0:00 Introduction
0:03 Is it a hard time to invest for you?
1:10 The economy and higher asset prices
2:48 Can you explain the market activity?
4:08 Did you invest in the dip?
5:00 Investing in the financial crash
5:37 What do you look for in a investment?
6:30 Is there any territory left?
8:21 Is it getting harder to invest?
10:51 Is your experience your edge?
13:32 Doubleline investment
16:19 Mistakes
17:30 Businesses that can’t be disrupted
20:00 Why take the company public?
21:35 Why are new companies reluctant to go public?

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Interview Date: 26th April, 2016
Event: Value Spark
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