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ET Podcast #9 – Make, Protect, Teach

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The Epsilon Theory podcast is free for everyone to access. You can grab the mp3 file below, or you can subscribe at: How do we change the world? Not by corporations and political parties acting on us from the top-down, but by citizens acting for themselves from the bottom-up. Not as an alienated flock, but as a cooperative pack. Not with abstractions and transactions, but with making, protecting and teaching. Let’s gooooooo! Here’s the classic ET note referenced in the podcast, linked here and taken out from behind the paywall. If you’d like to sign up for a free email to let you know what we’ve published in the prior week, please go here. We have about 100,000 email recipients, and your contact information will never be shared

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The Epsilon Theory podcast is free for everyone to access. You can grab the mp3 file below, or you can subscribe at:


How do we change the world?

ET Podcast #9 – Make, Protect, Teach

Not by corporations and political parties acting on us from the top-down, but by citizens acting for themselves from the bottom-up.

Not as an alienated flock, but as a cooperative pack.

Not with abstractions and transactions, but with making, protecting and teaching.

Let’s gooooooo!



Here’s the classic ET note referenced in the podcast, linked here and taken out from behind the paywall.


If you’d like to sign up for a free email to let you know what we’ve published in the prior week, please go here. We have about 100,000 email recipients, and your contact information will never be shared with anyone.

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Ben Hunt
He is the chief investment strategist at Salient, a $14 billion asset manager based in Houston and San Francisco, and the author of Epsilon Theory, a newsletter and website that examines markets through the lenses of game theory and history. Over 100,000 professional investors and allocators read Epsilon Theory for its fresh perspective into market dynamics.

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