Howard Lindzon – The Larry David of Finance (EP.43)
In this episode of Infinite Loops we spoke with Howard Lindzon, Founder & General Partner at Social Leverage, and Founder of StockTwits. In this conversation we chat: Why Howard is Larry David The reasons he launched a SPAC How SPACs differ from Venture Capital His thoughts on FinTech & Crypto And MUCH more Follow Howard on Twitter (https://twitter.com/howardlindzon), and check out his website (https://howardlindzon.com/)
Howard Lindzon Tells Us Why He Launched His Own SPAC
SPACs, sometimes referred to as blank check companies, are incredibly hot. After being a sort of sleepy and sometimes sketchy backwater of the finance world, the last several months have seen them go on an absolute tear, with several of them fronted by celebrities like Alex Rodriguez or Colin Kaepernick. On this episode, we speak with longtime investor and VC Howard Lindzon about his journey towards launching one of his own: how it came about and why he is excited about the model. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
I love the stock market and have had some ups and most definitely have had my share of down days. This week I wanted to find our how a full time investor teaches his kids about the market and asked Howard Lindzon, founder of StockTwits, investor in RobinHood and more to drop some gems. He hooked us up so our kids can get that work in and don't worry, if you're not into the market, our chat will help YOU get started!Get in contact with Howard Lindzon: Twitter: @howardlindzon Instagram: @howardlindzon Website: howardlindzon.com To support the movement click HERE! Show Notes: Cool4Dads.com
Episode #50- Troy Prince & Howard Lindzon: Stocktwits co-founder & Wall St bound team up for charity poker tournament
Confessions Of A Market Maker
Wall St Bound founder- former equities & prop trader Troy Prince- joins forces with Stocktwits and its co-founder Howard Lindzon; to host Stocktwits first ever charity poker tournament to raise money for Troy's non-profit Wall Street Bound. In this episode, current market and trading climate is discussed; the resiliency of the market, despite the hardships of 2020; Troys mission with Wall Street Bound; and the over emphasis on the technical side of tradingLinks to donate, and/or participate in Stocktwits 1st ever charity poker tournament: https://www.wallstreetbound.org/https://chipsforcharity.stocktwits.com/ ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------If you'd like to trade alongside JJ, Ray & a supportive community of traders, join them at www.microefutures.com
Howard Lindzon - Stocktwits Co-Founder, VC, and Definitive OG
The Altogether Show with Eric Satz
In this episode, I’m speaking with Stocktwits Co-Founder and Venture Capitalist, Howard Lindzon. He’s also the co-founder of VC firm Social Leverage and the founder of hedge fund Lindzon Capital, all of which means he plays in both the private and public markets. With more than 20 years of investing experience, Howard shows a passion for the decentralization and democratization of investing, which makes him the perfect guest for the Altogether Show. Notable investments include Robinhood, AngelList, Bitly, Life360, RallyRd, Manscaped, eToro, and more. We talk about how his “you do you” mindset helps him stay on his own course and maintain a positive outlook.
How to Make Better Decisions In Business & Life w/Howard Lindzon (Entrepreneur, Co-Founder and Chairman of StockTwits, Investor and Author)
Hustle Sold Separately
Wanna know the keys to making good decisions in life and in business? Matt @mattgottesman sits down with Howard Lindzon (Entrepreneur, Co-Founder and Chairman of StockTwits, Investor and Author) and they go all in on the keys to making better decisions in your life, some of the 10 most important decisions you’ll make, the rise of the Internet and what it really means for opportunities and entrepreneurship, the power of 1-person companies, having 100 superfans, how now is a great time to have special purpose, having domain experience in your field creates trust and respect from others, investing in people who have domain experience, building a business around just being yourself and much more… Follow Me: Instagram: https://instagram.com/mattgottesman Instagram: https://instagram.com/hdfmagazine Website: https://mattgottesman.com Facebook: @mattgottesmanofficial Featured Guest: Twitter: https://twitter.com/stocktwits Website: https://stocktwits.com Website: https://howardlindzon.com/ Podcast: Subscribe: https://ampl.ink/dZ2Xd All Platforms Instagram: https://instagram.com/hustlesoldseparately
Ep 159: Investing Legend and StockTwits Founder Howard Lindzon
Lucky you, listener: today’s guest is kind of a big deal.In case you’re not familiar with the entrepreneurial tour de force that is Howard Lindzon, let’s get you up to speed. Originally from Canada, he’s an author, analyst, angel investor, hedge fund manager, and — this is a biggie — the co-founder of StockTwits, which has been called “Twitter for stocks.”SteadyTrade co-host Tim Bohen has been a fan since at least the aughts, when Howard was working on Wallstrip, a business podcast that was eventually acquired by CBS.In today’s episode, traders will gain all sorts of knowledge from Howard’s fantastic and extremely funny brain in a conversation with Tim and co-host Kim Ann Curtin.
Howard Lindzon - Social Intelligence and Self Understanding
On this episode of the Superpowers podcast, Bill and Chris talk with Howard Lindzon, Founder and Partner at Social Leverage. Howard is a kind-hearted Canadian entrepreneur, author, and investor whose superpower is his social intelligence and self-understanding. A product of his Jewish upbringing in Toronto, Howard calls himself a “Larry David meets venture capital.” He had a lot of side hustles as a kid and tried his hand at stand-up comedy as a teen. Eventually he earned his MBA from ASU and started his career as a stockbroker in Dallas. One day Howard cold-called an entrepreneur to pitch stocks, but the conversation took a turn. He ended up partnering with the businessman on a stress ball startup called, “The Grip.” That experience taught Howard valuable lessons in running a business, which he applied when founding a hedge fund shortly after, only to discover quickly that he preferred the lifestyle of angel investing. “I had a pretty good eye for picking winners,” Howard told the Bill and Chris. After one of Howard’s investments flourished, he built a relationship with the founder and collaborated with him to build StockTwits, a platform for investors. As Howard described, “It’s basically Twitter for investors.” A year later, Howard founded Social Leverage to advise and invest in promising tech startups. He wanted to invest in the things he cared about that make a positive difference in people’s lives. Social Leverage’s core goals include elevating the conversation on investing and educating more people on how to navigate startups.