James Corden Flies around With Tom Cruise // Keith Smith // J-Stew's Source War 5-25 (Hour 3)
Toucher & Rich
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178 - Dr. Keith Smith, co-founder of the Surgery Center of Oklahoma, on Pioneering Price Transparency with 75% Lower Surgery Costs
A Second Opinion with Senator Bill Frist, M.D.
Today I am joined by Dr. Keith Smith, the co-founder of the Surgery Center of Oklahoma, which provides transparent, affordable healthcare services to patients from all over the country. Keith is a pioneer of price transparency and affordable healthcare. At his surgery center, patients pay up-front for services at a fraction of their cost at major hospitals. In 2009, Keith launched a website displaying all-inclusive, bundled pricing and co-founded the Free Market Medical Association. Join us for our conversation today as Keith and I breakdown the impact of transparent pricing in healthcare, why healthcare has historically struggled to fit into traditional markets, and how the narrative of price transparency is changing.
Keith Smith’s Mid-life Wake-up Call Rearranged His Life’s Priorities. How Do Yours Compare? (#51)
Keith Smith walked a well-worn path to success: make business the priority, and fit in everything else after. Not that unusual, really. And neither was the result: divorce, stress, and disruption. What make’s Keith’s story unusual is what he did afterward: he used this moment in time as an awakening, as he calls it. He reversed the order of his priorities: business, abundance, relationships, health, and self. Keith’s awakening, and his ongoing journey, may provide a few ideas we can use to shift our priorities before a crisis shifts them for us. In this episode, he talks about why he turned Do-Have-Be into Be-Do-Have.
Of all the impossible obstacles you could voluntarily place in front of you, being a Christian metal band in Nashville has got to be right at the top. Seriously. What’s the Christian metal scene in Nashville like? We don’t know — but we’re betting that Keith Smith’s band Oblivion Myth IS the Nashville Christian metal scene. And that’s a tall order, man. But Keith has always preferred the road less traveled — and that’s why we love him. He’s got guts. On this episode we talk to Keith about going to school with Gabe and Scott, balancing his love of secular metal with his faith, the best Randy Rhodes solo, jam spots, Scott Overby, Numbskull and Wrath, Mark Lanegan, and Gabe finally gets one for the Maiden column. Content warning!: This is a very Zion-centric episode. Listener discretion is advised.
Keith Smith thinks TIGO is a cheap special situation
Yet Another Value Podcast
Keith Smith, Portfolio Manager at Bonhoeffer Capital, discusses his thesis for Millicom ($TIGO). TIGO is trading at a super low multiple and a recent deal that the CEO described as a "no brainer" will result in a rights offering for TIGO, which could set the stock up as a special situation as well. Keith breaks down why he likes TIGO versus other telecom stocks, why he thinks the stock is so cheap, and the hidden value potential at TIGO money.You can find all my writings here: https://yetanothervalueblog.substack....My notes on TIGO: https://twitter.com/AndrewRangeley/st...Keith's twitter: https://twitter.com/Bonhoeffer_KDSChapters0:00 Intro1:20 TIGO overview4:30 How TIGO's ownership culture sets them apart8:30 TIGO background11:50 More on TIGO's culture and their CHTR like model15:55 Why TIGO over other telecoms like LILAK or LUMN?23:30 TIGO money, TIGO's big fintech call option31:00 Discussing TIGO's largest market, Guatemala36:00 Breaking down TIGO's rights offering43:00 Is TIGO's equity focused culture a red flag?46:05 A mini-rant on Liberty's management compensation48:40 Could TIGO be a perennial value trap?54:20 LILAK's 2019 bid for TIGO: value marker or red flag?58:30 Keith's closing TIGO thoughts1:02:30 Bonus discussion on broadcasters like NXST
“When you research a company you're basically putting a puzzle together to say, okay, would these guys be good stewards of my money? Because basically the CEO and the management team has given stewardship over this money, how are they going to spend it?”. Keith Smith launched the Bonhoeffer Fund in 2017. Applying concepts from developed markets that have proven effective, the fund identifies and invests in companies that exhibit those qualities in disrupted industries, misunderstood sectors, and emerging markets. The fund is named for German theologian and martyr Dietrich Bonhoeffer, who represents the power of independent thought.Here’s the link to episode blog post: https://www.stocksforbeginners.net/blog/bonhoeffer Portfolio tracker Sharesight tracks your trades, shows your true performance, and saves you time and money at tax time. Get 4 months free at https://www.sharesight.com/au/sharesforbeginnersDisclosure: The links provided are affiliate links. I will be paid a commission if you use this link to make a purchase. You will also usually receive a discount by using these links/coupon codes. I only recommend products and services that I use and trust myself.Stocks for Beginners is for information and educational purposes only. It isn’t financial advice, and you shouldn’t buy or sell any investments based on what you’ve heard here. Any opinion or commentary is the view of the speaker only not Stocks for Beginners. This podcast doesn’t replace professional advice regarding your personal financial needs, circumstances or current situation. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.