Posted by on Apr 5, 2016 in Blog, Books, Featured, Speaking, Tooting Own Horn, Video |

By Jason Zweig | Apr. 5, 2016

Image credit: Detail, “Trumpet Player in Front of a Banquet,” Gerrit Dou, ca. 1665, The Louvre, via Wikimedia Commons


It was my great pleasure to be invited to the Googleplex in March 2016 to speak about The Devil’s Financial Dictionary and The Intelligent Investor. I talked about the lessons investors can learn from psychology, from financial history, and from humor.

Finding out whether you can make fun of an idea, I argue, is one of the best ways to learn whether you should take it seriously.

Click here to watch the video.

Here are the slides I used in the talk.


SourceTalks at Google, YouTube