Grant Williams, Thank You

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March 22nd, 2020
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16 minutes


Grant Williams, Thank You

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Published on: March 22nd, 2020 • Duration: 16 minutes

When we think of giants in the world of Real Vision, it is difficult to not think of Grant Williams, one of the co-founders; We all stood back in admiration as he became our guide into the world’s most brilliant minds. He showed us not just the men and women behind the fortunes, but evoked a level of humanity from them that very few people are capable of doing. Now, we look to the past with pride and to the future with joy as Grant moves on to the next chapter in his life. From everyone here at Real Vision and beyond, we wish him well in his latest endeavours.

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  • TS
    Tyler S.
    13 August 2020 @ 04:12
    This actually makes me sad, it’s like losing a friend. It also sucks that there was no mention of this or reasoning, besides his final comment.
  • JN
    Jill N.
    3 July 2020 @ 03:39
    Wow Grant , have only seen this now ! A wonderful and warm reflection on your many brilliant interviews and pieces and enjoyed a trip down memory lane with you again. Fondly remember our meetings in our offices in Sydney with you ( & talking endlessly about our mutual awe & respect for gold !) and you introducing us to RV years ago. Hope our paths cross again soon. Warmest wishes from your ardent admirers and friends at BMF Wealth Sydney.
  • AT
    Andrew T.
    5 April 2020 @ 22:23
    When I first saw this I had two thoughts.... - I hope Mr William's health is ok? - I bet he is leaving because of this new tier structure. He doesn't agree or like it..... Neither do I. RealVision has re-instituted the insider/outsider access to information. This 'tier' structure/feeling is exactly what RealVision had so brilliantly destroyed a few years ago. Yes, I realize that the original $400/year fee was not truly giving THE insider information....but at least it seemed that way.
  • JS
    Jefffrey S.
    4 April 2020 @ 00:13
    I started reading Grant when he was with John Mauldin (and still subscribe to the Jarred Dillian newsletter that he started) and was a Founder Member of Real Vision in Sept 2014 based 100% on my wanting to keep hearing from Grant Williams. And I still do. So I hope RV keeps us aware of what Grant is doing and, especially, thinking. JMS.
  • LM
    Lawrence M.
    1 April 2020 @ 18:12
    Real Vision without Grant Williams is just unimaginable. This guy was a HUGE part of early RV, he's been quiet lately and still has some of the best videos on the platform. Hopefully RV can collaborate with ttmygh to keep him involved, otherwise, that's the next subscription / up charge I will be paying for. Love RV, I mean no disrespect to any of the other amazing founders and/or contributors, but the plethora of newer videos will continue to struggle in filling the void of Grant's departure.
  • DD
    Daniel D.
    1 April 2020 @ 00:05
    Oh dear, where to start. I've been here since the beginning and I can categorically say that Grant's long form interviews were what I believed RV was all about. They were truly unique and not available anywhere else. I know there is a market for trade ideas but, that is a well traveled path. What is truly valuable (in my opinion) is wisdom, insight, experience and access to in depth thoughts of guests not available on CNBC and Bloomberg. Unique people with unique and a-typical thoughts, opinions and approaches that make you think-really, really think. Again, spoon fed trades and where the market is going are available in countless forms. A truly bespoke product that Grant brought forth made you feel as though you really got to know his guests. As RV changes and goes more mainstream, I can only hope that Grant will reappear in the near future doing what he does best.
  • KC
    Kenneth C.
    31 March 2020 @ 19:30
    Am I late to the wake. Grant, best of luck to you on the path of life and look forward to catching you elsewhere. Really enjoyed what you and Raoul did and I do miss what it was when I joined. Hope your social distancing with a nice vista.
  • LV
    Luís V.
    31 March 2020 @ 15:25
    All the best to GWillams. I think the subscribers should get some insight as to what happened. GW is just so fundamental to the project from the begining that its - at least - very disturbing not to have a word about what happened. That or health issue. And that being personal the silence makes sense.
  • SM
    S M.
    29 March 2020 @ 17:42
    I loved Grant series, it always mesmerized me and that is what got me into RealVision. He is truly a story teller. I wish him the best.
  • CP
    Charles P.
    28 March 2020 @ 16:57
    I hope Grant will continue to share his incredible gift for deconstructing major macro themes which, combined with his humble & charismatic manner, make important concepts that much easier to bring into focus. This video reminded me of so many powerful videos he has produced and shared with us (though I didn't see any mention of the Tony Deden interview.....without question one of the all time most powerful conversations I've had to privilege to observe.....along with the discussion with Marc Cohodes). I first came to RV as one of its earliest subscribers via Grant's newsletter, and it is without question one of the best sources of information. Congratulations Grant on this amazing chapter in your career, and best wishes to you in your ongoing journey.
  • JA
    Jordan A.
    27 March 2020 @ 01:48
    Holly shit Grant's leaving. That's a shame. Sad to see him go.
  • JT
    Jan T.
    26 March 2020 @ 10:23
    Sad to see Grant leaving, really enjoyed his series about Italy. And have watched several times his episode with Hugh Hendry in St Barth. A shame is leaving. At the time when he was involved, I watched every video which came on. Which were only 3 or so per week. No just cant keep up with all the new content. Anyways, RV is still great and hopefully they wil be able to attract similar talent like Grant (haven't see anything which comes close yet except for Raoul! Keep it up guys!
  • MA
    Marko A.
    25 March 2020 @ 21:37
    Would be nice if we could have the reason he left. Please explain RV.....
  • MB
    Morten B.
    25 March 2020 @ 20:10
    Sad to hear. Good luck going forward. I love your presentations and interviews. Your "Cry Wolf" presentation (not RV) stand for me as the presentation that has made the biggest impression on me. Thanks for all. /Morten
  • TF
    Terry F.
    25 March 2020 @ 19:14
    Grant, you were the reason I initially subscribed to RVTV. Thank you for all your input, interviews, and analysis. You will be sorely missed. Good Luck in your future endeavors.
  • lp
    larry p.
    25 March 2020 @ 15:42
    Larry Price. Grant, we don’t know what happened but it is FAR less without you! How may I contact you?
  • JC
    Josh C.
    25 March 2020 @ 02:51
    Thank you, Grant! ..the two interviews you did with me were some of my favourite conversations, with or without a camera! I’m sure whatever the next chapter of your journey, you will continue to educate and inspire. So all the best! Josh (don’t say the G-word) Crumb
  • MH
    Marco H.
    24 March 2020 @ 20:25
    Grant leaving? The cornerstone of RV? Now? What a failure.
  • ED
    Etienne D.
    24 March 2020 @ 17:04
    Grants Italy documentary was one of the best things i've seen in the last years. got me hooked on RV. thank you very much and all the best.
  • gr
    guy r.
    24 March 2020 @ 15:08
    Grant thank you. End of the week it was your interviews I really looked forward to. All the very best
  • DM
    Douglas M.
    24 March 2020 @ 01:06
    The 'On The Road' series is great, particularly the one in Italy. The Cohodes interview is one of the most memorable interviews on this channel. Thank you Mr. Williams.
    • SC
      Sam C.
      24 March 2020 @ 14:41
      Yes, it's my favourite too. probably because it's timeless. That's the thing Grant made timeless interviews. He got timeless wisdom out of his guests. That was his power.
  • SC
    Sam C.
    24 March 2020 @ 14:37
    heart broken! not gonne lie Grant's shows is one of the reasons i took a paid membership. Sad day in RealVison world.
  • KD
    Khang D.
    24 March 2020 @ 13:00
    I subscribed to Real Vision about 2 years ago, I converted all of my investable money into physical gold soon after. I didn’t know anything about gold or monetary history before that. I’m super happy with my gold. Thank you Grant and Real Vision.
  • AL
    Andrew L.
    24 March 2020 @ 12:03
    Thank you so much for the interviews Grant. You had such class and curiosity and handled your guests with a level of professionalism. Wishing you the best on the next chapter of your journey.
  • IC
    IAIN C.
    24 March 2020 @ 11:33
    Could Grant and/or RV post the farewell on twitter? All I saw were a bunch of "we are going to miss you" messages and it took a while to figure out what the underlying event was (like Grant withdrawing from everything , or being seriously ill :-( ) I'm saddened by this, but relieved it was only this.
  • CB
    Cliff B.
    24 March 2020 @ 08:30
    We need more interviews from Grant, I have missed him lately. He is awesome.
  • AM
    Andrew M.
    22 March 2020 @ 18:48
    Did anyone else just sign up for TTMYGH? Lol
    • KS
      Kenneth S.
      24 March 2020 @ 08:25
      Signed up before RV existed. Sad Grant is gone and hope we can see him again.
  • DH
    David H.
    24 March 2020 @ 05:13
    Yes, those were awesome interviews. I too, pulled the trigger on subscribing after seeing a few. I remain, however, more than satisfied with the remaining and growing crew. I remain a RV loyalist.
    • RD
      RP D.
      24 March 2020 @ 05:55
      I subbed on GW reputation. Don't twist this. I'm a RV loyalist too! I'm sure we all are. Bad fucking timing.
  • RD
    RP D.
    24 March 2020 @ 03:46
    Just wrote a long thing in word. Deleted it. I’m just sad af tbh. For me Grant was always part of the package at RV, he made it a trusted human brand. I never would have subbed without him. Raoul ( u bloody rockstar!), and Ed and everyone, are great in this turmoil, but Grant felt like family, like a kind uncle. It feels less like home now. Can we please get Grant back in some capacity?
    • CB
      Clinton B.
      24 March 2020 @ 03:48
      100%
  • Hv
    Hannah v.
    24 March 2020 @ 03:39
    I am going to miss you Grant. Please keep us posted on Twitter on your next adventures. We need you. You’re more than just a “financial god” to us. I hope whatever your going thru is swift and relatively painless. Remember, in the worst moments, all you gotta do is breathe. Much love from Canada.
  • KR
    Kieran R.
    24 March 2020 @ 03:21
    Real Vision is still a great and useful resource. But it will never again reach the heights of quality, class and authenticity established by one, Grant Williams I say this as an early subscriber who remembers 'the good old days' with fondness Best of luck, Grant. You deserve every ounce of future success possible in your future endeavours (no gold pun intended)
  • CC
    Chris C.
    24 March 2020 @ 02:38
    Sad to hear this, but have had an idea this was coming. Sad too, not seeing them interact on Twitter any longer either. For me, Grant, as Tony Deden would probably suggest like true wealth, is an embodiment of "scarcity". You can tell a story, captivate, and teach the viewer like no other in finance. One of a kind Grant, the best to you!
  • MA
    Matthew A.
    24 March 2020 @ 02:14
    A true legend.
  • FD
    Frederick D.
    24 March 2020 @ 02:07
    Thank you Grant. I will miss you.
  • JF
    Jennifer F.
    24 March 2020 @ 01:53
    You Will be missed. I only joined because of you.
  • CB
    Clinton B.
    24 March 2020 @ 01:48
    was just thinking the other day I haven't seen Grant on for a while and missed his chats with some of the greats. Such a shame to hear he's moving on. I hope he comes back! or sits in the chair for the odd chat himself. Thanks for everything Grant defo helped me as a trader and having RVTV bolted onto my education has been priceless. Salute. Take care big man.
  • TJ
    Terry J.
    23 March 2020 @ 11:54
    So sad to see Grant depart as I have loved his contribution to RV's success. His unique interview style was truly one of a kind and so infectious with both his guests and viewers. It's ironic as we head into what could turn out to be a seismic paradigm shift in global markets following the COVID-19 black swan development, that Grant won't be with RV offering his invaluable thoughts on his real passion, gold! Thanks Grant for everything and Good Luck for the future. Terry
    • JL
      Jack L.
      24 March 2020 @ 01:19
      I'm just another RV subscriber, no personal connection to any of the RV team. Grant once said - paraphrasing - that if gold goes to 3, 5, or more thousand per ounce - it's the last thing anyone should want to happen. Maybe Grant looked at what is developing and decided it was best to sell the peak; the dissonance of trying to cover the subsequent crash and possibly many difficult years in an optimistic way -- having seen it all coming far in advance -- just too much to bear.
  • Mv
    Matthias v.
    23 March 2020 @ 14:30
    Dear Grant, All of it was already said, but I couldn't resist to leave a personal note. you will (and have already been) sorely missed. When I saw your interview with Tony Deden on Youtube I watched it 5 times and signed-up to real vision. Great fan of all your other work. Thanks for all the teachings. Hope you will continue to share your insights and journalism on another platform. A grateful student
    • JL
      Jack L.
      24 March 2020 @ 01:14
      The Deden interview was/is quietly epic.
  • JL
    Jack L.
    24 March 2020 @ 01:10
    So sorry to see Grant move on. An interviewer of towering humanity, respectful incisiveness, and gentle humor. Thank you for your work Grant.
  • MA
    Mikael A.
    24 March 2020 @ 00:30
    Grants videos where always the best produced with stunning views of his travels and interesting people. Hopefully someone can pickup his role and travel around and bring us more great videos.
  • TM
    The-First-James M.
    24 March 2020 @ 00:24
    So gutted you've gone Grant. Realvision will not be the same without you. Thankyou for all your awesome interviews! You will be missed by many here.
  • CB
    Chris B.
    24 March 2020 @ 00:06
    Your presence will be greatly missed Grant. I wish you good luck in all your future endeavours and hope to see you and other interviews possibly on YouTube or who knows, maybe even as a guest on Real Vision.
  • DM
    David M.
    23 March 2020 @ 23:52
    Take care Grant, thank you for all of the education and work you've done for us.
  • RD
    RP D.
    23 March 2020 @ 23:47
    Bad riddance.
  • CW
    Casey W.
    23 March 2020 @ 23:23
    We’ve been wondering where Grant has gone and have missed him for awhile. A true legend, and he’s done some the best work I’ve ever seen, anywhere, across a number of topics. Thank you for your time, candor, brain power, and wonderful story telling over the years. You will be missed. Live free and prosper good sir!
    • CW
      Casey W.
      23 March 2020 @ 23:35
      Also note the hundreds of written comments echoing the same sentiments. That quality work, “art” as several comments reflect. Superbly done!
  • KR
    Kelly R.
    23 March 2020 @ 23:34
    Class act. Best of Luck Grant
  • SR
    Scott R.
    23 March 2020 @ 23:20
    Thank you, Grant! It has been a pleasure watching your interviews. Hope to see you soon
  • DB
    Darko B.
    23 March 2020 @ 23:08
    I'm really sad that Grant is departing. I've been watching and listening to him for a few years now and I've grown to really like him and his perspectives. He's the kind of bloke I'd love to sit down and talk shop with over a few whiskeys. It's Raoul and Grant that made RV what it is.......
  • VS
    Vasil S.
    23 March 2020 @ 22:53
    Thanks Grant, for introducing us to Marc Cohodes! The reality is Real Vision is no longer about select interviews with Finance heavyweights, it's more soundbites and 'noise' aimed at the masses. And that's ok but the quality and value of the platform is undoubtedly diluted and it's no surprise to see this announcement. Best of luck, Grant!
  • RA
    Robert A.
    23 March 2020 @ 22:21
    Not much I can add to many of the heartfelt well wishes for Grant except that I ditto them in Spades. Having been with RV almost since inception I would like to take a bit of Poetic license and put forth a few thoughts: **One of my regrets in life Grant was not being able to land you that Bill Gross interview! **fwiw, my personal favorites were your Tony Deden and Hugh Hendry interviews **Having just renewed by TTMYGH subscription I can assure you that we can still continue our relationship with Grant....and it might be a nice gesture of thanks on our part to subscribe to his writing....might bring a tear to his eye to see his subscriber list just EXPLODE as a way to express our thanks. **although I too would have liked some clarity and closure on why Grant is leaving, my personal belief is that those four RV Founders were dang close and couldn’t have gone through what they did to get the RV project started without having a mutual respect and love for each other—so, I for one, want to respect their wishes to be somewhat opaque regarding the separation.
  • PW
    Pete W.
    23 March 2020 @ 22:01
    Grant, thank you so much for your insights and your humour. Good luck on your endevours mate. Don't forget Aji's are always two three....three three. All the best
  • GG
    Guillermo G.
    23 March 2020 @ 21:51
    Thanks Grant for opening my eyes to finance. My mentor. Thanks
  • MY
    Michael Y.
    23 March 2020 @ 21:48
    Super sad to hear about this. Eventually, without seeing content from Grant in a while, I suspected this. But hopefully whatever differences there currently they'll be overcome and we'll be fortunate enough to get some guest appearances of Grant again. Between Raul and Grant, I've felt extremely fortunate to have sped up my personal financial education. Thank you, Grant, thank you very much!
  • NO
    N O.
    23 March 2020 @ 21:45
    Grants interview with Neil Howe had got to be one of the greatest ever.
  • PD
    Philip D.
    23 March 2020 @ 21:30
    Tears!
  • RH
    Roger H.
    23 March 2020 @ 21:28
    I've loved all your content. Some of them have been masterpieces. Wish you all the best!
  • SB
    Stephen B.
    23 March 2020 @ 21:27
    Grant, you are the best. If was you that drew me to RV in the first place. Some of your pieces have been nothing short of perfection. You will be missed. Stephen
  • SC
    Steve C.
    23 March 2020 @ 21:26
    Thanks you for your efforts - I have had many fun hours watching your content. Be well and bonne chance
  • PJ
    Peter J.
    23 March 2020 @ 07:57
    All the best, but pissed off that the best interviewer and one of the best presenters for the ordinary PI on RV are now gone.
    • BW
      Bernie W.
      23 March 2020 @ 21:14
      Could not agree more! I have met Grant a few times in my travels and his skill in interviewing has set a high mark!
  • PK
    Paul K.
    23 March 2020 @ 20:42
    You are the best part of Real Vision. You will be missed.
  • NR
    Nelson R.
    23 March 2020 @ 20:24
    The optics of this are terrible. All the best to Grant.
  • KB
    Ken B.
    23 March 2020 @ 20:24
    Best of luck Grant. Will miss your content. So many memorable interviews. Be well.
  • BT
    Brian T.
    23 March 2020 @ 19:56
    Thanks Grant! You're awesome. All the best in your future endeavours.
  • SS
    Steven S.
    23 March 2020 @ 18:11
    You're the best, Grant. All the best with your new adventures. I hope to see you back on RV, perhaps in a different capacity, in the future. You conducted some simply brilliant interviews.
  • RM
    Ron M.
    22 March 2020 @ 16:16
    That’s not good. What happened?
    • RM
      Ron M.
      22 March 2020 @ 16:18
      RV peak? I miss the early days of RV.
    • GW
      Geoff W.
      23 March 2020 @ 10:30
      RV are still doing a great job. Raoul and the team are working their socks off. Why are people so ungrateful?
    • TJ
      Terry J.
      23 March 2020 @ 12:45
      I can see your point Ron, but I also agree with Geoff. It is a real shame Grant is no longer part of the RV journey. However, I don't think any of us who have travelled with Grant and Raoul since inception should throw out the baby with the bathwater, as invaluable as Grant's contribution was!
    • EW
      Evan W.
      23 March 2020 @ 17:56
      To Geoff W., I'm not asking for more content for a lower price. I'm not asking for access to the higher tiers. I just want to have that "one video a week that was incredible" experience again. The reason some of us appear ungrateful is that product has changed immensely, and we can't get refunds. You like the new product, some of us don't. It is more tailored to you. My favorite interviews were the type Grant did. All my top episodes were from Grant Williams or Jim Grant. I don't understand why you are angry with people who bought Real Vision for one type of content, and when the content changed, they no longer liked it. When RV started and it was 3 videos a week, I watched all three (couldn't wait for the Friday episode!!). Now, maybe 1 or 2 videos a week. Basically, I've been watching 1-2 videos a week since Grant did his "On the Road" interviews in Italy. I think you will see fewer complaints as people let their subscriptions drop.
  • dw
    douglas w.
    23 March 2020 @ 17:51
    Grant, thanks for making me feel a little less stupid for holding onto gold while every other asset turned into a bubble. It was great to see you develop and hone your craft over the years, your deep, meaningful, editorial style will be missed.
  • HC
    Harley C.
    23 March 2020 @ 06:45
    Grant, It was your interviewing skills on the A.I.F. podcast that caused me to subscribe to RV. I've enjoyed your content a great deal. Best wishes on your future endeavors. Can't wait to see what you produce next. Happy trails.
    • MS
      Matthew S.
      23 March 2020 @ 08:18
      Same!
    • EW
      Evan W.
      23 March 2020 @ 17:42
      Adventures in Finance! Was the best podcast, IMO, when Grant was doing it.
  • JL
    JP L.
    22 March 2020 @ 16:39
    The absence of Grant over these past almost 9 months had me have a sneaky feeling this was coming. The current market situation is where he would have thrived. We can only speculate as to the reasons why he has decided to leave but I have an inkling as to why, perhaps he didn't like or agree with the direction RV was heading. This happens quite often in businesses with 4 Co-Founders where there are many disagreements on where to take the company. I don't know if he's just taking a back seat whilst holding on to shares or if he has totally cashed out his shares and retired. I have been a RV member for a long time and I can honestly say that if I had a top 10 of best ever interviews on RV, Grant's work would fill most of them. His series on Gold, his interviews with Marc Cohodes, Hugh Hendry, The On The Road series in Italy were some of the masterpieces. It would have been great if Grant directly talked to the audience and said a proper Goodbye to us, rather than this collage of bits of interviews he has done over the years. With a lump in my throat and genuine sadness I just want Grant to know from the bottom of my heart, Thank you for all have done. You will be sadly missed.
    • RM
      Ron M.
      22 March 2020 @ 16:52
      Nailed it. Hard to justify me renewing my subscription after the heart of RV has been removed. All the best to Grant!
    • AM
      Alonso M.
      23 March 2020 @ 17:41
      Well said. Let me speculate some more. The reason Grant didn't talk directly to the audience is probably because the split was not amicable. And I guess RV wanted to wait until Grant's shares were sold to others before making this announcement official.
  • SB
    Steffen B.
    23 March 2020 @ 10:48
    I need to make sure I find the right words here. RV has been constantly evolving. After their major push for more content they listened, scaled back and got rid of these small trading oriented videos no one really watched anyways. That was a good decision. At the moment "timely" content seems to be en vogue here. I can't deny that I like the fact Raoul is stepping up his appearances on the platform. Great content, always. AFAIK the Grant Williams Series always had the highest production costs. I get that this is hindering from a business PoV if you want more and different timely stuff but for me personally one GW video is worth one month of subscription alone. In the end I think for most subscribers RV still is about quality over quantity. We really liked the old days with less content but every video was worth watching. For me these days it is hard to pick if an interview is worth my time if I do not know the interviewee. I am not going away here because I am still thankful for all the great long form interviews with the various great and smart people we all love. Just keep it real RV and don't forget that you now have a big gap to fill when it comes to timeless and thoughtful video journalism wit a human touch. All the best to Grant, may we listen to you out there on some random podcast to fill the void. Cheers mate.
    • WM
      Will M.
      23 March 2020 @ 17:09
      Tremendously said.
    • JM
      John M.
      23 March 2020 @ 17:11
      Agree, my sentiments exactly.
    • EW
      Evan W.
      23 March 2020 @ 17:40
      "In the end I think for most subscribers RV still is about quality over quantity. We really liked the old days with less content but every video was worth watching. For me these days it is hard to pick if an interview is worth my time if I do not know the interviewee." 100 percent.
  • OS
    Oliver S.
    23 March 2020 @ 17:40
    Best of luck Grant and many thanks for your incredible content. Let's hope we see you again at some point on RV.
  • WM
    Will M.
    23 March 2020 @ 17:26
    What an outpouring of comments below highlighting the impact of Grant Williams to RVT. It was Grants pieces that brought me to Real Vision and as said below by so many, his wit, interviewing skills and impeccable series productions were a pleasure to watch. For me I will really treasure (pun intended) the Gold and Italy series which were not just highly informative but also truly entertaining. Of them all, the one I shall go and watch again now has to be the Tony Deden interview, I believe it could be as prescient any anything out there I have ever seen of financial and investing acumen. Why Grant has moved on is not known but the silence from Raoul suggests there was disagreement on something or other. I value Raoul's content immensely and as an investing amateur compared to make commentators I read on these comment pages, I can say that Mr Pal's views are one of only 3 advisors I listen to. I pray in the current climate I can keep my wealth safe, but I am without question drawn to gold, and almost hope it does not soar much beyond a couple or three thousand dollars per ounce as I know only too well what the world will be like if it ascends to the higher $s per ounce level. Grant Williams helped convince me that ultimately, if you don't own gold, you could be taking a huge risk with your financial future.
  • HS
    Henry S.
    23 March 2020 @ 17:05
    Real Vision won't be the same without you. Thank you for all the incredible work you've done over the years. All the best Grant.
  • CW
    C W.
    23 March 2020 @ 15:17
    To me Grant is the most authentic, curious, uh-hum ... "humanistic"(?) and humble interviewer I've ever seen or heard in any platform. I will dearly miss, almost mourn, his absence. Thank you, Grant, for all the wonderful hours you've given me, and my best wishes to you in your next venture.
    • wp
      william p.
      23 March 2020 @ 16:06
      Fully agree! I will miss him too. All the best to Grant. William
  • MW
    Mathew W.
    23 March 2020 @ 15:37
    There’s Sir Michael Parkinson and there’s Grant Williams as hall of fame interviewers , not sure who takes gold. Now that’s talent!!!
  • MK
    Mark K.
    22 March 2020 @ 12:32
    Best of luck Grant! Thanks for your vision and all of the great content. You will be missed.
    • AS
      Anshul S.
      23 March 2020 @ 15:12
      Grant - Your intellect and interviews personified the draw of Real vision for many of us. It’s been a true pleasure. I am a subscriber of TTMYGH and will continue to look forward to the biweekly pleasure. Meanwhile, best of luck
  • JB
    Jonathan B.
    23 March 2020 @ 14:58
    Wow, so sad to hear you are leaving us. Godspeed, John Glenn
  • OC
    O C.
    23 March 2020 @ 13:31
    captions, please.
  • BT
    Brian T.
    23 March 2020 @ 12:37
    Dear Grant, I pray that you are well and that you've found another amazing adventure in life to follow. Watching the review, I remembered nearly every episode as I have not missed one of your interviews SINCE the beginning. You are a great mind and should never underestimate your impact on the lives of many curious about the financial machinations of our current situation. I actually have been waiting to see a 'comeback' or 'last hoorah' of the great Grant. You have a legacy with Real Vision that has changed a generation. Thank you for all you've taught me and countless others. Ahui Hou, God Bless, BT
  • CD
    Colin D.
    23 March 2020 @ 12:32
    Grant has been conspicuous by his absence from RV for some months so this came as no real surprise. He was by some way my favourite interviewer on RV and because of this I became a TTMYGH subscriber too. I wish him well in whatever he will be doing in the future. I have no doubt it will be a success!
  • VE
    Victor E.
    23 March 2020 @ 11:49
    It Don’t feel right to not have any of your incredible interviews to look forward to anymore. Truly a loss for Realvision
  • PD
    Paul D.
    23 March 2020 @ 11:08
    Despite all that is going on the world, this is the first time I have had the compulsion to log onto realvision in weeks. I hope all is well Grant. I do hope I get to hear you talk and to conduct interviews in another forum somewhere. You have always come across as a great human being - thanks for everything.
  • PU
    Peter U.
    23 March 2020 @ 10:58
    A void that cannot be filled! Grant Williams I wish you fair winds and a following sea. All the best to you mate!
  • FG
    Fred G.
    23 March 2020 @ 10:49
    I looked forward to every new Grant Williams piece before it came out. Truly an independent thinker and I feel like I have been given an education from him. Grants ‘on the road’ piece inspired us to go to Italy. My wife and I are very sad Grant will not be making any videos for real vision, it won’t ever feel the same. Grant we wish you all the best and will rewatch your pieces for nostalgia
  • SD
    Sebastien D.
    23 March 2020 @ 09:42
    I felt that there was something wrong with Grant supposedly "traveling" but not being on camera for such long time (it seems RV is communicating with us like our governments now). I am really surprised that you could not have him on camera for his farewell. My only hope is that it's not about Grant's health, in that case i don't want to be a jerk and wish he'll get well very soon. If that's another reason this farewell is poorly done; that's a big part of RV soul's leaving and this medley isn't doing it justice. I hope what is going on is not some corporate takeover of the wonderful idea that RV was and the core leaving the adven Farewell it may be indeed...
  • BT
    Brian T.
    22 March 2020 @ 16:54
    I started reading TTMYGH before the 2008 GFC and then became a charter member of RV. For me, Grant has been a compassionate and amazing teacher. He has made a true difference in my life and he will be missed. I look forward to hearing about the great successes he will no doubt have in his next chapter. One of the highlights of my life was the RV 3 year celebration at a steak house in lower Manhattan a few years back where I was lucky enough to meet GW and RP. A truly amazing experience, a truly amazing man. The RV team has saved me and my family from financial ruin and has enabled me to be prepared for what is now unfolding. I've been asked by my kids what the meaning of life is - and I have told them that it is to add value to other people. Grant gets an A++. Cheers Grant, and my very best wishes to you!
    • JM
      John M.
      23 March 2020 @ 09:00
      I started reading TTMYGH I believe around 2009 and then later became a member of Real Vision at its' launch (because I thought so highly of his work). I knew at the time, i.e., in the aftermath of the '08-09 crisis, that there would inevitably be another financial crisis in the years ahead, such as we are facing now. I was hoping to have the benefit of a little of his great insight and wisdom as I struggle to navigate this new financial crisis. To say I am disappointed would be an understatement. A great loss for Real Vision. Best wishes Grant!
  • XP
    X P.
    23 March 2020 @ 08:27
    Man, I teared up as he goes into the vault. We are living fucking history here and Grant will be sorely missed as a guide in these times... Grant, you have to come back for a debrief if gold gets revalued.
  • TE
    Tim E.
    23 March 2020 @ 08:10
    We miss you mate...
  • GT
    Guillaume T.
    23 March 2020 @ 08:06
    All the best for the next, thanks for sharing your experiences and point of view.
  • KN
    Krister N.
    23 March 2020 @ 07:37
    GW was the reason I joined RV. Will let my subscription run out now. Time to move on. Daily updates and pay-wall is not want I want. Thanks and goodbye.
  • BM
    Bryan M.
    23 March 2020 @ 06:27
    Tony Deden would give you 5 stars for integrity Grant. My "take" here is that RV is slowly but surely dumbing down its content to try and attract more "mainstream" viewers. If i am correct that is sad and if I am correct it is very sad to see you go. However, if I am wrong and you are leaving for positive reasons then good for you. Needless to say, RV subscribers will all miss you on RV.
  • PC
    Petros C.
    23 March 2020 @ 06:22
    Grant will be greatly missed as most of his interviews were masterpieces! Are there any plans to produce videos of similar educational quality? Or will RV issue a partial refund to subscribers? I think some of the book promotional videos that appear from time to time are more suited to the free tier.
  • VV
    Vanessa V.
    23 March 2020 @ 06:01
    I am so grateful that I have had the privilege of sitting in on Grant’s interviews and thoughts over the last few years. Thank you, Grant, for your authenticity, heart, intelligence and desire to make a difference in the world. You have certainly added immense value into my life and like so many have said, you will be sorely missed on RV. Wherever life takes you, I wish you happiness, health, love and wealth that brings you deep joy.
  • MS
    Michael S.
    23 March 2020 @ 05:55
    "Treat people the way you want to be treated", RV.
  • PP
    Patrick P.
    22 March 2020 @ 20:49
    The bus has been going down hill with the absence of the bus driver. IMO Some guys are front men and some guys are back room guys.... Grant was the perfect front room guy. And it's obvious the back room guy never appreciated what he had.
    • BM
      Bryan M.
      23 March 2020 @ 05:55
      Well said Patrick!
  • JN
    Jason N.
    23 March 2020 @ 05:54
    Anybody knows what Grant's next adventure is?
  • LB
    Louis B.
    23 March 2020 @ 05:52
    What? Grant's gone?! Why?? Oh...right. I see. Oh, well. I guess it was to be expected. Very sorry to see you go. But I think I understand. Very best wishes, Grant.
  • DB
    Doug B.
    23 March 2020 @ 05:47
    My first thought was "Oh shit, Covid got him", while clicking through the video like a madman to find out what happened. Seems he just left. I feel bereft. Grant ... was it me? The emotion ns the comments shows how Grant, at a distance, entered our lives and effected us like only an artist can. Grant, like Raoul, is one of those people who is super smart, super successful, super rich, and still manages to seem like an incredibly nice guy. The best, Grant, and thanks.
  • DS
    David S.
    23 March 2020 @ 05:40
    Dear Grant, know that you are loved and respected. It was a pleasure to watch your progress as an interviewer and to develop our deeper understanding of you as a person. In each interview your curiosity, humility and attention to detail made it work. As the Dalai Lama said "Things Change." I wish you and your family all the best. It helps me to know that when I wish to see you again, you have fabulous set of interviews and presentations in the RVTV library. These were interviews that will help many people understand the legends of finance, one of whom is you. Aloha and all the best, Dave
  • OS
    Ollie S.
    23 March 2020 @ 05:24
    Legend
  • Ja
    James a.
    23 March 2020 @ 05:21
    he was a good man. damn covid.
  • JH
    Joel H.
    23 March 2020 @ 05:06
    Sorry to hear about this, loved Grant. He put together some fantastic interviews & presentations. Will miss him.
  • TF
    Teng F.
    23 March 2020 @ 04:41
    OMG .. I'm very disappointed to learn of this. I first joined RV when Grant introduced it as his new "venture" and I jumped right in. Follow the person .. am still reading ttmygh .... Your long-form interviews are the best, really. Stay well, all the best, and come back once in a while ...
  • RH
    Roland H.
    23 March 2020 @ 03:26
    Grant, From a Real Vision subscriber since 2015, I can say that I loved your long-form interviews and that you will be sincerely missed. Your thoughts on Gold opened my eyes to the MATH and logic when I never considered it as a potential investment/form of insurance previously. And thank you for introducing me to the pain of gold miners :). Good luck in your future endeavors and please return every so often (twice a year?) with a special one-on-one interview (as the interviewer or interviewee). All the best, Roland
  • rm
    robert m.
    23 March 2020 @ 03:21
    So sad to lose the best interviewer rv has had by far
  • CC
    C C.
    23 March 2020 @ 03:00
    Grant, Your interviews drew me into RV in the first place. I already miss them. Strangely just last Friday I was planning to write in to find out where you were ? ! All the best with the next thing. I do hope you re-emerge somewhere in public life. I also respect and understand if you don't. Your contribution has been tremendous. all the very best Craig
  • JR
    Jay R.
    23 March 2020 @ 02:54
    You may not remember me Grant, but our paths crossed last year in New York at one of Real Vision's sessions. At times like these, we try to understand meaning in life and perhaps that is where you are at. We all go through that stage, some earlier in life and others later in life. What I found remarkable during our brief conversation was the level and depth of your character that is so lacking in this day and age. You did give me faith in humanity that all the folks on Wall Street are not just greedy egotistical narcissist megalomaniacs as depicted on CNBC. I would say that was evident on your long form interviews of which they are all classic. Seek truth and virtue as Spinoza once espoused centuries ago for in humility you will find that elusive peace.
  • PC
    Peter C.
    23 March 2020 @ 02:51
    We have missed you Grant. Best of luck going forward. Keep health & be safe, Peter
  • JH
    Justin H.
    23 March 2020 @ 02:51
    Grant's incredible interviews on the podcast got me onto the RV platform. He will be missed.
  • CL
    Chuck L.
    23 March 2020 @ 02:44
    Really been missing Grant’s interviews this past 15 months; his easy manner brought his impressive guests closer to us all. Thanks for your contributions, and all best wishes on the road ahead.
  • MH
    Michael H.
    23 March 2020 @ 02:39
    Thank you Grant for letting us be a passenger in your ventures. You have taught me alot . Best of luck. and maybe you will be back one day a la Arnold Schwartzeneger. Hope so.
  • KE
    Kathryn E.
    23 March 2020 @ 02:33
    I'm extremely sad that this happened, but it was kind of expected as he disappeared from RV a few months ago. I also expected a video of Raoul explaining or at least saying good bye. Smaller changes had a Raoul video update.
  • WG
    William G.
    23 March 2020 @ 02:08
    Have already been questioning my RV subscription only to log on to see my favorite Interviewer and producer is leaving. Love the work Grant appreciate everything you contributed to the world.
  • TB
    Thomas B.
    23 March 2020 @ 01:58
    Grant's interviews were by far my favorite. Best of luck to him.
  • SG
    Steve G.
    23 March 2020 @ 01:48
    This guy is the best interviewer in finance and above that one of the most honest and genuine people in media. Thanks for all the great talks Grant.
  • IC
    Ibrahim C.
    23 March 2020 @ 01:38
    Grant Williams is a huge loss for RV and it is clear now that the new direction of RV has prevailed. Whatever you called it, there would no longer be classy interviews or special series he had once done to reach the quality and the value of financial information one could ever deliver after him. I think by now, Real Vision is called only "Vision" as his "Real" element is already gone.
  • RH
    Rick H.
    23 March 2020 @ 01:29
    I listened to his podcast religiously and watched nearly all his interviews. Grant by far was one of the best and I hope we can count on him to be a fairly regular guest contributor to hear his perspective
  • AM
    Alaric M.
    23 March 2020 @ 01:19
    bring back Grant!
  • AP
    Alfonso P.
    23 March 2020 @ 01:00
    RV is excellent, however, the kind of deep interviews that GW did will be difficult to have again. We miss you
  • ZH
    Zack H.
    22 March 2020 @ 23:48
    Thanks Grant for all the great people and places you’ve introduced me to. Rest well but not long sir 👍
  • CC
    Charles C.
    22 March 2020 @ 22:10
    I followed Grant to the inception of Real Vision. I loved every minute of every interview he did. I will deeply miss him but nevertheless want to wish him the best. He's been an incredible influence on my thinking and my approach to investing. Thank Grant
  • AR
    Alexander R.
    22 March 2020 @ 21:55
    Joseph Stalin allegedly sad, that there is no irreplaceable people, and tried to run Soviet Russia this way. I think Grant can not be replaced, this is huge loss for all of us, at a time when his wisdom needed more than ever !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thank you for everything you did , and really the best of luck from the bottom of my heart.
  • BK
    Bruce K.
    22 March 2020 @ 21:48
    Great to 'see' you again, Grant. Get in touch next time you're in the Bay Area ... first round of beer on me!
  • mg
    mehran g.
    22 March 2020 @ 21:39
    Mr Williams, I am very grateful for all the knowledge you shared. Best of luck in life and wish you peace, health and happiness.
  • RK
    Robert K.
    22 March 2020 @ 21:21
    Real Vision has done tremendous work. Grants interviews were consistently my favourites by a wide margin. Best wishes to your future Grant, and I hope you guys can get the band back together again from time to time at Real Vision.
  • DD
    Dwayne D.
    22 March 2020 @ 21:20
    I thought he died.
  • km
    kristopher m.
    22 March 2020 @ 21:16
    With so much content pay walled, Now this on top of the Krugman interview. Cant justify keeping a essential membership. Daily updates are entertaining but lets be real. Nobody has a clue about the next 2-6 months outside its going to be turbulent.
  • AK
    Alexander K.
    22 March 2020 @ 20:46
    Grant's road trips and deep dive sessions were nothing short of EPIC! Best of luck with the future Grant.
  • AA
    Alberto A.
    22 March 2020 @ 20:37
    The reason why I joined RV was because of Grant. His insightful interviews, views on the world, humble statements yet brilliant, always made me think or challenge my thinking on many subjects. This is not a goodbye as I know read you all the time on TTMYGH and your incredible sports podcasts. Dont be a stranger my friend and good luck!
  • JL
    J L.
    22 March 2020 @ 20:34
    legend
  • AD
    A D.
    22 March 2020 @ 20:30
    Grant, I take back that silly, misguided comment from last year about your fashionable socks. Please come back- I was a fool! If you don’t, 100% will follow you to new venture if you let me and will not make a peep this time. Thanks so much for being there for us these last couple of years! Miss you already.
  • AB
    Arawata B.
    22 March 2020 @ 20:27
    A true gentleman of integrity, curator of financial history with a forever curious mind. Keep it real.
  • JC
    Justin C.
    22 March 2020 @ 20:26
    Tremendously sad to see Grant leaving, but thankful for all of his efforts spent creating an incredible amount of financial education. Thank you Grant - your efforts made an incredible imprint on my life.
  • MB
    Marthinus B.
    22 March 2020 @ 20:06
    Dear Grant. I'm without words. Though we never met - your contribution to wisdom and RealVision was absolutely amazing. Your interviews and humility is an inspiration. Thank you so much - we will miss you.
  • KJ
    Karim J.
    22 March 2020 @ 20:02
    Nothing but love and respect. Thank you, Grant.
  • SM
    Shivani M.
    22 March 2020 @ 19:59
    So what the hell were Raoul and Grant trying to say that couldn't get past the giggles? Forever a mystery... Tempted to thumbs-down this one (couldn't, of course) because we're going to miss this man so much. Hate to see you go, Grant. I have the deepest appreciation for the insight, humor, and good-will that characterize all your work.
  • CB
    Chris B.
    22 March 2020 @ 19:56
    To Grant Williams, I have never met you but feel like I know you from all the RV work. I really enjoyed and learned a lot from your material on RV and am disappointed we won't see these anymore. I am still enjoying and find valuable the RV content but a little less without you. Best of luck and thanks for the education and enjoyable content.
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    null n.
    22 March 2020 @ 19:52
    The most epic videos were produced by Grant... Nothing even comes closer... Please keep visiting...
  • VK
    Vaclav K.
    22 March 2020 @ 19:47
    No, the best guy leaves!
  • GS
    Greg S.
    22 March 2020 @ 19:42
    Things that make you go hmm. Thanks for all you taught me, Grant. You have been one of the best teachers I have had.
  • DW
    Daniel W.
    22 March 2020 @ 19:42
    The elephant in the room is obviously the question, what is he doing next?
  • LK
    Lisa K.
    22 March 2020 @ 19:33
    So sad to see Grant go! Loved all his interviews especially the in-depth ones. I want an annual update with Grant if not on Real Vision, then on You Tube. Doesn't seem to be any updates on TTMYGH either. I hope Grant is healthy.
  • GT
    Gary T.
    22 March 2020 @ 19:23
    Good luck, Grant, in whatever you do next. All your videos were immediately 'must watch'. This is a massive loss for RV but, hopefully, they can find someone, with some of Grant's gravitas, to keep his torch burning bright!
  • SS
    Steven S.
    22 March 2020 @ 19:21
    it will be hard to tolerate Raul Vision without Grant.
  • LA
    Linda A.
    22 March 2020 @ 19:12
    OMG I'm so sad :(. Grant, I wish u much happiness & success. I have enjoyed this journey with u!
  • JL
    Jack L.
    22 March 2020 @ 19:11
    Big loss
  • TR
    Thomas R.
    22 March 2020 @ 18:57
    I wondered about why we hadn't seen Grant in a while. His “In Conversation” interviews are amongst my favorites. Real Vision is a financial news network. Please report on where we should expect to have Grant show up next. There is nothing wrong with all these new 20 and 30 something's doing the interviewing. After all, it’s their generations that we as Baby Boomers (speaking for myself and others in my generation), should be concerned with. We’ve left them a bit of a mess. In this process, let's not lose sight of people with some real history in markets not only being interviewed but doing the interviewing. People like Mike Green, Raoul, and Grant provide for provocative and insightful inquiries and questions as interviewers.
    • TR
      Thomas R.
      22 March 2020 @ 19:01
      Whoops - left of Jim Grant - also on the list of providing provocative and insightful inquiries and questions as interviewers.
  • SP
    Sat P.
    22 March 2020 @ 18:38
    I'll never forget that Gold Series that Grant did. Left an indelible mark in my brain. Good luck in the future Grant!
  • CM
    Cory M.
    22 March 2020 @ 18:26
    Devastating and irreplaceable loss for Real Vision. So grateful to have been on the receiving end of Mr. Williams' genius. I have so much to say and yet find myself otherwise speechless. Thanks for everything you've taught us!
  • EB
    Eric B.
    22 March 2020 @ 18:20
    Say ain’t so 😭
  • CL
    Chad L.
    22 March 2020 @ 18:14
    Very sad and disappointed to see Grant go. The platform is diminished without him. :) Thank you for all the great work Grant.
  • JH
    Jesse H.
    22 March 2020 @ 17:52
    Grant was (and is) amazing. I don’t use that word lightly - incredible humanity, grace, listening skills and incisiveness. Possibly the best interviewer I’ve ever had the privilege of watching. I will miss him greatly on RV, as will many others.
    • JH
      Jesse H.
      22 March 2020 @ 18:03
      This clip was well-done, I reckon, but doesn’t begin to do Grant justice. He was a giant on RV. Wishing him all the very best with his new endeavours.
  • DM
    Dominic M.
    22 March 2020 @ 18:03
    Thank you, Grant.
  • JH
    Jacqueline H.
    22 March 2020 @ 18:00
    As so many others have said here, will miss you greatly. I can't help but express concern that you should leave in the midst of a pandemic and (what I suspect will be an unprecedented) worldwide market/economic crash. Please take care of yourself and loved ones. Know that we all are hoping for the best for you now, and in the future.
  • DR
    Diana R.
    22 March 2020 @ 17:56
    One already senses with the new direction Real Vision has recently taken, without Grant's obvious presence, that it is no longer as "Real", nor is the "vision" as visionary. You will be missed Grant.
  • jv
    jacob v.
    22 March 2020 @ 17:52
    Yes. Grant Wiliams, thank you!
  • TM
    Thomas M.
    22 March 2020 @ 17:48
    Wow. Where to Start? Grant has been an amazing educator and interviewer here on RV. His natural ability to get great minds to open up and speak freely to all of us has been nothing short of amazing. GW and RP had so many thought provoking conversations between each other. It has helped many of us think differently on various topics. GW and RP brought out the best in each other and they both belong together (in my humble opinion). On a personal note, I want to thank Grant for his insights and his genuine concern for investors along with the RV team. I hope you are leaving for personal reasons and not because of any type of fall out with the RV team. It's time to remember the value of family and friends. It's time to keep them close, not push them away. Hopefully we can here from you soon Grant. Take care and be well! My best to you!
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    willem b.
    22 March 2020 @ 16:57
    funniest Grant Williams interview with Hugh Hendry interview Adventures in Finance Episode 33 Keys to the Kingdom: Inside the Beautiful Mind of Hugh Hendry https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ANNWwXemzsU The funniest part is after 1:07:00 Hugh Hendry at Russian Oligargh's party with Jimmy Rodgers & Nassim Talib "He jimmy what is in your trouser pocket"
    • PG
      Petter G.
      22 March 2020 @ 17:33
      One of the greatest interviews and one of the funniest moments on RV!
  • PG
    Petter G.
    22 March 2020 @ 17:31
    A sincere thank you Grant for everything you've helped to create. I truly love RealVision and especially the series of interviews conducted by you. I do hope to see you on-screen at RV again in the future in some shape or form. Good luck on you future adventures!
  • DF
    Diamantino F.
    22 March 2020 @ 17:28
    Sad to see you go, Grant even if where the gold bug of RV I really thank you for some of the best work on RV, al the best for your future in this historic moment of life, blessings
  • JM
    Jan M.
    22 March 2020 @ 17:21
    Grant Williams is a big loss. I am watching RV much less without him. Very sorry about this
  • LH
    Leigh H.
    22 March 2020 @ 17:14
    Thank you, Grant. You will do good wherever you go. "A man will have to choose: is he going to do well? or do good?
  • HS
    HANA S.
    22 March 2020 @ 17:13
    I am going to miss you! Grant, hope you are living your dream
  • ST
    Simon T.
    22 March 2020 @ 17:05
    So sad to read this, Grant. I remember those podcasts which I choose to listen while driving, every single one is of more use than a head of CNBC or Bloomberg hysteria - great work really and we need your voice now more than ever, Stay safe and thank you for your great journalism
  • BS
    Bevyn S.
    22 March 2020 @ 16:57
    FLY PEACOCK, FLY!
  • AM
    Alastair M.
    22 March 2020 @ 16:43
    Real shame, best in the business, an absolute class act
  • DL
    Dan L.
    22 March 2020 @ 16:29
    This sucks. Originally signed up because of GW. Wish you the best Grant - only going to be a few more years before gold starts ripping as a consequence of all the actions taken recently. Appreciate all the relationships and network you’ve brought to RV.
  • MC
    Mike C.
    22 March 2020 @ 16:28
    O tsukaresama deshita, as they say in Japan. Around 1990 I bumped into a very personable chap there who might have been Grant. We were about the same age and he told me he was planning to retire in his 30s. So if it was Grant, this is long overdue. Am very grateful it has taken so long.
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    Geoff W.
    22 March 2020 @ 16:27
    This was why RV was created. We need people like Grant to help us understand what is going on in the world during THE crisis of our generation. Wish so much for Grant to come back and help RV deliver its goals
  • TE
    Tito E.
    22 March 2020 @ 16:11
    Respect to you Grant.
  • SW
    Stephen W.
    22 March 2020 @ 15:23
    Absolutely gutted to hear this news, Grant's videos were the thing that got me into Real Vision. Whether it was the one on one interviews or the documentary style of On The Road or Gold, I've never seen financial knowledge delivered in such and effortless and informative way. I would have never believed a few short years ago that I could watch something like the 2.5hr interview with Anthony Deden and remain captivated for the duration. All the best for the future Grant, Real Vision won't be the same without your presence.
  • SS
    Stephen S.
    22 March 2020 @ 15:16
    Dear Grant, I'll be watching for what you do next - my very best wishes go with you. Thank you for your eye-opening work on RV. I'm so glad I got a chance to meet you in NC, and hope our paths cross again. Tamara Sheldon
  • LS
    Lee S.
    22 March 2020 @ 15:06
    So sad to see Grant moving on! I do hope he will be back doing fantastic interviews soon. Best wishes
  • CB
    C B.
    22 March 2020 @ 15:03
    Thank you Grant, your humility and intelligence shine through in everything you do. You are a class act, all the way.
  • AP
    Arnaud P.
    22 March 2020 @ 14:58
    Thank you Grant!
  • PA
    Phillip A.
    22 March 2020 @ 14:58
    Grant Williams is One of those people Who gets the best out of people. You can feel the warmth.
  • Jb
    Joe b.
    22 March 2020 @ 14:50
    hmmmmm, very strange.
  • TZ
    Tibor Z.
    22 March 2020 @ 14:49
    I knew something is going on!
  • RM
    Richard M.
    22 March 2020 @ 14:44
    Holy crap, so sad yet so joyous! We are truly going to miss your smiling face and good cheer. Hopefully we will see you again here now and then. We love you man!
  • GT
    Graham T.
    22 March 2020 @ 14:27
    You interviewed me just off Park Lane for a possible London-based interviewee when RV was just starting out (2014? my memory relapse) . The only time in my life (to my knowledge) I have ever had 2 cameras on me recording my answers. My Senior Partner (at Earnshaw Haes) told me that you can only nick (not sure he said that ) the spread for so long but then the market (and your colleagues ) will find you out. I think that is what you were taking about at the end. Best wishes.
  • RT
    Rune T.
    22 March 2020 @ 14:14
    Nooooo! That is akin to splitting up salt and pepper. Grant is salt and Raoul is pepper and they belong together. Honestly, I have been missing Grant and hoping he was just taking a break and that we would see more of his deep insights soon. Sincerest best wishes to you Grant, you are a nothing short of a pillar of the world's financial community.
  • FS
    Felipe S.
    22 March 2020 @ 14:13
    Thank you Grant! You are the reason why I joined RV. I hope you will still be sharing your thoughts in whichever medium you choose.
  • JO
    JOHN O.
    22 March 2020 @ 14:10
    The theme of all of your interviews has been to make yourself a better investor. What you have done for those of us that have watched you was to multiply this theme and give the gift of knowledge. I just hope we all do you proud and do good with what we have learned. Thank you!!
  • MB
    Matt B.
    22 March 2020 @ 14:04
    Crikey, what happened?
  • DE
    Danny E.
    22 March 2020 @ 13:38
    Real Vision will never be the same. Thank you Grant for introducing me to one of the most brilliant minds in the business - Raoul Pal. I really appreciate what Real Vision has provided. Thank you. Funny that Grant is leaving and somehow, I always thought my dream job would be working at Real Vision. My favorite in-depth interview was the one with Felix Zulauf. Please bring him back. Take care Grant. Your indelible imprint at Real Vision will always be remembered.
  • DD
    Derek D.
    22 March 2020 @ 13:37
    I happened to tag along with the SWP guys to a conference in Grand Cayman shortly after subscribing to this new thing called Real Vision. They (naturally) had a booth there, and I got to meet Grant and Raoul, and they’re two of the kindest gents I’ve ever met. I couldn’t help being a fanboy while trying to stay out of the way. You guys won’t remember me, but I’ll miss you Grant. We all will.
  • SG
    Siebe G.
    22 March 2020 @ 13:28
    The interview with Hugh Hendry still is one of the best things on RV
  • JK
    Jon K.
    22 March 2020 @ 13:22
    I’ve had the pleasure of meeting most of the Real Vision team and founders. They are exceptional people, who care deeply about the information they share and the people they are trying to help. Grant is the beacon of that example. Strangely enough the highlight for me in my so far relatively short finance career was having the opportunity to sit with Grant one-on-one for a few hours in London and talk nothing about finance and markets, but instead about “Life”. Grant, your heart has always been in the right place, so as you follow it now on to the next chapter I probably speak for so many by saying, we all wait humbly for what gifts you will be sharing with us next. Never stop learning, and never stop teaching. Onward, together, we go. Cheers mate!
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    Chris F.
    22 March 2020 @ 13:18
    Really going to miss his long form interviews..
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    Hendrik S.
    22 March 2020 @ 13:14
    Nooooooo!!!
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    John M.
    22 March 2020 @ 13:12
    I'm heart broken. Grant, via his writing, introduced me to this guy in Spain, Raoul Pal and then led me onto the journey of Real Vision. It seems like a piece of me is missing today. I wish Grant and the entire team at RV well. Please keep us in touch with Grant. Perhaps Grant could do an interview or two (either side of the conversation)?
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    Ivan B.
    22 March 2020 @ 13:12