Investing by the Books #39 Gregory Zuckerman: The Man Who Solved the Market

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Gregory Zuckerman is an investigative reporter at The Wall Street Journal and the author of several books. Since he joined The Journal in 1996, he has received the Gerald Loeb award three times. The focal point for our discussion is his book The Man Who Solved the Market, which tells the story of how Jim Simons launched the quant revolution and created the greatest money-making machine in financial history.



Eddie Palmgren

Niklas Sävås

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This episode was recorded on December 20, 2022.

Books Mentioned

  • The Man Who Solved the Market – Gregory Zuckerman
  • The Greatest Trade Ever – Gregory Zuckerman
  • A Man For All Market – Ed Thorp
  • Beat the Dealer – Ed Thorp

Companies Mentioned

  • Renaissance Technologies

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