Enlightenment - A Herold & Lantern Investments Podcast

Learning How To Think For Yourself

November 23, 2020 Keith Lanton Season 2 Episode 3
Enlightenment - A Herold & Lantern Investments Podcast
Learning How To Think For Yourself
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Enlightenment - A Herold & Lantern Investments Podcast
Learning How To Think For Yourself
Nov 23, 2020 Season 2 Episode 3
Keith Lanton

November 23, 2020, Season 2 Episode 3

"Enlightenment" - A Herold & Lantern Investments  Podcast featuring Mr. Keith Lanton, President.

In this pre Thanksgiving Day episode, Keith shares his thoughts on Zero To One: Notes on Startups, or How to Build The Future  By Peter Thiel and Blake Masters. One of the most important skills that every leader must master is to learn how to think for yourself. This is especially important in the world of investing. Keith then reviews some potentially marking moving events and stocks making news.

Brad Harris, Director of Fixed Income,  gives us an update on the municipal bond market and the relative value of muni bonds compared to other fixed income investments.

We hope you enjoy the show and share it with colleagues and friends.

Press interviews or market commentaries, please contact Keith at 631-454-2000

Show Notes

November 23, 2020, Season 2 Episode 3

"Enlightenment" - A Herold & Lantern Investments  Podcast featuring Mr. Keith Lanton, President.

In this pre Thanksgiving Day episode, Keith shares his thoughts on Zero To One: Notes on Startups, or How to Build The Future  By Peter Thiel and Blake Masters. One of the most important skills that every leader must master is to learn how to think for yourself. This is especially important in the world of investing. Keith then reviews some potentially marking moving events and stocks making news.

Brad Harris, Director of Fixed Income,  gives us an update on the municipal bond market and the relative value of muni bonds compared to other fixed income investments.

We hope you enjoy the show and share it with colleagues and friends.

Press interviews or market commentaries, please contact Keith at 631-454-2000