Epsilon Theory is Dr. Ben Hunt’s ongoing examination of the narrative machine driving human behavior, political policy and, ultimately, capital markets—an unconventional worldview best understood through the lenses of history, game theory and philosophy.
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Dr. Ben Hunt hosts the Epsilon Theory podcast with co-hosts and special guests from financial services, the financial media *gasp* and beyond. The Epsilon Theory podcast is the quickest way to get all of the unconventional perspective, historical context and narrative analysis you’ve come to expect from Epsilon Theory pumped directly into your head.
We’re growing our family of Epsilon Theory contributors to include a broad range of voices on an evolving range of subject matter. If you listen to the podcast, you’ll recognize some of the names as colleagues, partners and friends of Ben from Salient, any number of past lives, and the growing circle of outspoken truth-seekers in financial services and beyond.
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Well, you know you’ve really made it in this business when Grant Williams shows up on your doorstep with his crew. What an honor to be part of Grant’s “In Conversation” video series, and what a blast we had making this film!
As many of you know, Grant is a co-founder of RealVision, which provides all sorts of dynamite video content for investors, and RealVision has graciously given Epsilon Theory readers complete and free-of-charge access to both the six-minute trailer (above) and the ONE HOUR AND FORTY-FIVE MINUTE full interview (below). I know, I know … that’s a longer running time than The Hangover. What can I say? An Alabama drawl takes its sweet time to get a point across. But seriously, the magic of Grant Williams is his ability to make long-form content as engaging as it is informative. It’s what we try to do here at Epsilon Theory, as well, and I think you’ll agree that when we combine forces it turns out pretty darn well.