Episode 99 – Summer Reading Recommendations
June 30, 2022

Episode 99 – Summer Reading Recommendations

In this episode, Melanie Moore, Vice President of Marketing revisits many of our podcasts to find the best book recommendations from our featured guests. From John Mihaljevic to Dylan Grice, the compilation provides recommendations for everyone, from knowledge seekers to seasoned investors.

Subtitle: “We sometimes get our inspiration from endeavors completely unrelated to the world of investing.”

In this episode, Melanie Moore, Vice President of Marketing revisits many of our podcasts to find the best book recommendations from our featured guests. From John Mihaljevic to Dylan Grice, the compilation provides recommendations for everyone, from knowledge seekers to seasoned investors. You will find direct links to all the books featured in this podcast in the shownotes below. Enjoy your summer reading!

Key Takeaways

[00:04]Melanie introduces the podcast and our first book recommendation from John Mihaljevic, Chairman of MOI Global.
[02:21]James Grant, editor of Grants Interest Rate Observer, has written nine books, and when he spoke to Geoff Castle on the podcast, Geoff encouraged him to recommend one of his own.
[06:02]Lauren Templeton, founder and President of Templeton & Phillips Capital Management discussed her go-to book, by James Montier.
[07:34]Highly recommended by Savneet Singh, President and CEO of PAR Technology Corp are two books that provide insights into building a business.
[09:00]Alison Nankivell, Senior Vice President, Fund Investments and Global Scaling at BDC Venture Capital, Heather Conradi, Director Impact Investing at Vancity Credit Union and Jackie Ovens, Managing Partner, Investments at Export Development Canada shared their book recommendations which are sure to inspire current and future entrepreneurs and business owners.
[15:41]Ian Cassel, Founder of the MicrocapClub and Co-Founder and CIO of Intelligent Fanatics Capital Management, had just read “The Unknown Market Wizards” to better understand the thinking of different kinds of traders.
[16:23]Frances Donald, Chief Economist at Manulife discussed why she generally avoids reading books on economics before making her recommendation.
[17:57]Chris Mayer, Co-Founder of Woodlock House Family Capital, recommended “Sense and Nonsense” to better understand capital allocation and corporate financing.
[18:38]Morley Conn, Director of Equity Hybrids at Scotiabank shared two books to satisfy fiction and non-fiction buffs.
[21:04]Stephanie Andrew, Founding Partner of Women’s Equity Lab recommended “What Makes Olga Run” to understand the longevity of her athletic performance.
[22:07]Tobias Carlisle, founder of The Acquirer's Multiple has authored many books shared his current research list and reading recommendations as he contemplated his next book.
[25:50]Carlo Perez, Founder and CEO of Swift Medical discussed how he and the team are applying the knowledge from one of his recent reads in their day-to-day.
[28:45]Andrew Wilkinson, Co-Founder of Tiny and Chairman of WeCommerce discussed the two books that satisfied his quest for both adventure and to better understand how businesses operate.
[30:45]Our final recommendation came via Dylan Grice, Co-Founder of Calderwood Capital. Dylan takes a trip to the 16th century with his book recommendation.

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