117 TIP: Investing Legend Bill Miller on Apple, Amazon, Tesla, and Bonds

In this week’s episode, Preston and Stig interview investing legend, Bill Miller. Bill has managed more than 75 billion dollars and has achieved some of the biggest titles in finance. He’s the former Chairman and Chief Investment Officer for Legg Mason Capital Management. Bill talks to Preston and Stig about the current market conditions, how he thinks about determining the value of a company, among many other topics. Be sure to tune-in and hear his thoughts on big companies like Apple, Amazon, Tesla, and much more.

– Why Bill thinks some value investors miscalculate the value of Amazon.
– Why billionaire macro investors think that bond yields might go to 6% in 12-24 months.
– If the Enterprise Multiple is the best key ratio to filter stocks by.
– Why Bill thinks Apple was a bad capital allocator and how they have improved since.
– How Bill views the value of Tesla at the end of 2016.

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