I am pleased to introduce you to the Preferred Shares Podcast, which is a collaboration among Douglas Ott of investment firm Andvari Associates, Devin LaSarre, author of the Invariant newsletter on finance and investing, and myself.
The three of us share an interest in all things business and history, so we thought it would be a fun project to share with you some of the more interesting but less discussed areas of business and business history.
Please listen to and enjoy our first episode, which discusses the mini bubble of the late 1950s and early 1960s involving the vending machine industry, which, due to a few key innovations, seemed to promise a whole new world for retailers and consumers:
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