Todd Wenning Interviewed on Moats, Management, and Process

4 September 2019 | by Ensemble Capital

Ensemble senior analyst Todd Wenning was featured in two recent podcasts.

On the Planet Microcap podcast, Todd talked about his professional background, the Venn diagram of his investment philosophy, Ensemble’s framework for evaluating Visionary and Optimizer management teams, and why Ensemble focuses on companies with high returns on invested capital and economic moats.

Click here for the Planet Microcap podcast.

On the Chit Chat Money podcast, Todd discussed his articles on the innovation hype cycle and hyperbolic discounting, as well as why he is a believer in the liberal arts as a good training ground for investors.

Click here for the Chit Chat Money podcast.

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