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Though various types of pestilence plagued all of your hosts, two of of us managed to muster the necessary strength to record the episode this week. You’re welcome. (Hi again, Ed!)
We’ve a special guest on this week that anyone into in finance in Bangkok probably knows, Mr. Andrew Stotz, Ph.D. He’s an award-winning equity analyst, the current President of the CFA Society Thailand, and the founder and CEO of A. Stotz Investment Research. Prior to that he spent 20 years working global investment banks in Asia, and has been a university lecturer in finance for more than two decades. Voted the #1 investor in Thailand by his peers several times over, he’s also a co-founder of CoffeeWORKS Co. Ltd., Thailand’s specialty coffee roaster. He and Greg chat about investing in Thailand at the lay-person level, since many of us aren’t the most well-versed in financial options.
And for Love, Loathe, or Leave, comes from listener Other Ed. He wants to know how we feel about ไม่เป็นไร. If you don’t recognize the script, you’ve almost certainly heard it spoken if you’ve spent any time in Thailand and things haven’t gone according plan.
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