Podcast links: tilting the odds March 27, 2015 Fridays are all about podcast links here at Abnormal Returns. You can check out last week’s links including a look at the “Four Horsemen” of the Internet. Podcast links Michael Covel talks with investment blogger Robert Seawright. (michaelcovel.com) TweetPocketInstapaper Barry Ritholtz talks with Meb Faber, author of "Global Asset Allocation."* (ritholtz.com) TweetPocketInstapaper James Osborne talks with Josh Brown about the business of asset management. (thereformedbroker.com) TweetPocketInstapaper Peter Pham talks with Vitaliy Katsenelson about "anti-fragile investments." (stitcher.com) TweetPocketInstapaper Five good questions for Scott Fearon author of "Dead Companies Walking."* (fivegoodquestions.co) TweetPocketInstapaper Four ways investors try to put the odds in their favor. (adamhgrimes.com) TweetPocketInstapaper Russ Roberts talks with Campbell Harvey about the challenges of researching investment strategies. (econtalk.org) TweetPocketInstapaper A discussion about what it is like serving on corporate boards. (a16z.com) TweetPocketInstapaper Brian Koppelman talks with director Edward Burns. (grantland.com) TweetPocketInstapaper Marc Maron talks with writer/director/actor Joe Swanberg. (wtfpod.com) TweetPocketInstapaper A discussion with Frank Bruni about his book "Where You Go Is Not Who You’ll Be: An Antidote To The College Admissions Mania.”* (thedianerehmshow.org) TweetPocketInstapaper Link to: Global Asset Allocation: A Survey of the World’s Top Asset Allocation Strategies, Dead Companies Walking: How A Hedge Fund Manager Finds Opportunity in Unexpected Places and Where You Go Is Not Who You’ll Be: An Antidote To The College Admissions Mania. You can support Abnormal Returns by visiting Amazon, signing up for our daily newsletter or following us on StockTwits, Yahoo Finance and Twitter.