Interview with Jim Campbell – Part 2 – Ep 106

In Part 2 of his interview with Jim Campbell, Vitaliy and Jim take a deep dive into assessing company management, nuanced thinking, and writing. To explore this, they examine the career of Masayoshi Son, the CEO of Softbank, in which Vitaliy's firm,...

In Part 2 of his interview with Jim Campbell, Vitaliy and Jim take a deep dive into assessing company management, nuanced thinking, and writing. To explore this, they examine the career of Masayoshi Son, the CEO of Softbank, in which Vitaliy’s firm, IMA, used to own stock. Son’s tenure has lots of lessons for investors, including the power of admitting mistakes. The conversation concludes with Vitaliy and Jim discussing their shared passion for writing, and the role it plays for them as investors and students of life.

You can listen to Part one here: https://investor.fm/interview-with-jim-campbell-ep-103

Disclosure: Read this before you buy your next stock

 

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