This week we have Peter Mantas, GP at Logos LP. This podcast is all about idea generation, how modern data and technical analysis can be applied to value investing, how he manages his portfolio construction, how drawdowns can really jeopardize your mental capital, as well Peter Mantas shares with us some tips and tricks on how he analyzes biotechnology companies and the rise of intangible assets.
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