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Billionaire David Rubenstein REVEALS Key Insights from Top Investors

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Imagine bringing together the greatest investors of our age—people like Stan Druckenmiller, Ray Dalio of Bridgewater, Larry Fink of BlackRock, real estate investor Sam Zell, and Seth Klarman of Baupost—and ask them just one question: how to invest.

That’s exactly what David Rubenstein has done in his new, best-selling book, “How to Invest: Masters on the Craft.” David is the co-founder and co-chairman of The Carlyle Group, a private equity firm that manages $325 billion from 26 offices around the world.

In this week’s edition, we discussed:

● Key factors that helped set up great investors for success
● Is buy-and-hold making a comeback?
● Why education in financial literacy is lagging
● FTX: How this bankruptcy could spur the SEC to take a regulatory lead
● The greatest obstacle facing potential retirees in the coming years
● And more

For more insights from the great investors of our time, read David’s new book, “How to Invest: Masters on the Craft”:

Video Time Stamps
0:00 – Introduction
2:42 – Key factors that set up investors for long-term success
5:18 – Has buy-and-hold gone out of fashion or is it making a comeback?
9:46 – FTX: The likely regulatory blowback
13:37 – Why financial education is more important now than ever
15:16 – Why the financial sector will continue to attract top-shelf talent
17:54 – The obstacles facing future retirees
20:04 – Jim Baker’s 5P formula for investing success
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