On Prometheus Decoded, hear from inspirational investors who share professional and personal stories about navigating the financial and business world—with lessons and best practices to help you drive transformational change.
Matt Bilinsky on how (and why) the media is broken and how becoming an "information bloodhound" can fix it
Matt Bilinsky is a business attorney, self-described information bloodhound, and an outspoken critic of how news is constructed and consumed in the wake of the great awokening. In this podcast, Matt describes the dramatic shift in American values since the dawn of "great awokening," explains the media's central role in sowing division among people, and lays out their motives. He then details the decline in the quality of the people charged with delivering news, their propensity for bias, and other consequences of the monoculture's demise.View More
SPECIAL EP: Kyle Bass on China, Robert Mullin on energy, & Jordi Visser's thoughts on a recession. The experts debate it all.
Special podcast episode with Kyle Bass, Jordi Visser, and Robert Mullin. They discuss the markets in 2023, the fed, energy prices, China, and more. For the Prometheus Investor Day.View More
Steve Cohen’s top lieutenant on training good portfolio managers, reinventing the culture at SAC Capital (the real-life “Billions”) and how hedge funds can create more alpha in volatile markets w/ Perry Boyle
H. Perry Boyle is an investment industry veteran and current chairman of the BOMA project. Between 2004 and 2020, Perry held several positions at SAC and Point72. As SAC's Director of Research, Perry's job was to change the culture, which he did—in part—by creating a curriculum for analysts and making portfolio managers stakeholders in their future success. Perry tells us the “secret” of running a long/short portfolio, shares his thoughts on the increasing scarcity of alpha and describes how he came to be the chairman of the BOMA project: a poverty graduation program for women, youth, and displaced persons in East Africa.View More