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Buy Sell Hold Podcast: The Turtle Garage Interview

A few weeks ago I received a call from Keith Martin, publisher of Sports Car Market. He asked me to be on his new podcast called Buy Sell Hold. This unique podcast is a collaboration with Mark Greene’s highly successful Cars Yeah. Keith and Mark’s esteemed guests so far include industry luminaries such as Stephen Serio, Donald Osborne, and Bill Warner. It was both an honor and a pleasure to sit down for a half hour and talk cars with these two collector car titans.

You can listen to the podcast by clicking here.

Check out the upcoming Buy Sell Hold podcast schedule:

Elana Scherr, March 10
Donnie Gould, March 17
Simon Kidston, March 24
Jakob Greisen, March 31
Bruce Trenary, April 7
Mark Hyman, April 14
Ed Gilbertson, April 21
Craig Jackson, April 28
Tom Cotter, May 5
Gordon McCall, May 12

Background:

Buy Sell Hold is a weekly podcast co-hosted by SCM Publisher Keith Martin and Mark Greene of Cars Yeah. Keith and Mark take you on a ride into the collector car market, talking to experts about their collections and the essential decisions to buy, sell or hold.

You can find Buy Sell Hold on Apple podcasts, or wherever you listen to podcasts. Or listen on the website below. Turtle Garage is honored to be this week’s featured guest on Buy Sell Hold.

Listen now on: Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play, iHeartRadio, TuneIn, Stitcher.

Philip Richter is president and co-founder of Hollow Brook Wealth Management, LLC.  Hollow Brook is a leading SEC-registered independent wealth management firm that manages and advises capital on behalf of families, foundations, endowments, pension plans, and individuals. He serves as a trustee of the Pray Family Foundation, serves as treasurer of the United States Equestrian Team Foundation,  and serves on the Board of Directors of the Hampton Classic Horse Show and the United States Equestrian Federation. Philip is Chairman of the Lake Placid Horse Show and sits on the board of WidePoint Corporation, an NYSE Market listed publicly traded telecom company. He is an avid equestrian showjumper and has successfully campaigned his horses on the “A” show circuit for over three decades. Philip is a contributing writer for Sports Car Market Magazine and is a vintage car and motorcycle collector.  Philip is also the founder and publisher of Turtle Garage (www.turtlegarage.com), a weekly journal focusing on collector cars and vintage motorcycles.

SHOW SPONSORS

Amelia Island Concours  •  Sports Car Market Digital Subscription  •  Sports Car Market Platinum   • Cars Yeah Podcast•  Sports Car Market Magazine Digital Offer

THE VEHICLE YOU BOUGHT
2009 SL 65 Black Series Mercedes Benz

THE VEHICLE YOU SOLD
1988 BMW E24 M6

THE VEHICLE YOU WILL NEVER LET GO
1994 Mercedes 500E

THE ULTIMATE COLLECTOR CAR
Ferrari F40

YOUR BUSINESS
Today’s market makes Philip hyper-vigilant to find quality. Quality never goes out of style.

PARTING ADVICE
If you buy, sell, or hold, do it for passion, not money. Buy what you love and enjoy it!

WHERE TO FIND PHILIP
TurtleGarage.com
Instagram
Facebook
HollowBrookLLC.com
Sports Car Market Magazine

 

 

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3 Responses to Buy Sell Hold Podcast: The Turtle Garage Interview

  1. Doc J March 8, 2020 at 5:10 pm #

    Philip,
    I say your podcasts are too long. IMO, I say stay on subject with a shorter time.

    I am a Porsche guy. My friends, and I had a great weekend. The Porsche Werks was great.

    The entire week of the events had the largest crowds that I have ever seen. The Sports Car Market Amelia Island insert was a great guide.

    It was a little too windy and cold.

    Doc J.
    SCM Member since 2005

  2. zachary Schulman March 4, 2020 at 1:38 pm #

    Yes, buy what you love but when you get addicted to owning these wonderful cars you somehow wind up with too many and then justify it by convincing yourself “it’s a good investment”. That has generally been true for most of my collector life aside for the few down cycles. With todays stock market in turmoil and interest rates almost negative, what does that mean for collector car values?? Anxious to hear from the experts on the upcoming pod casts.

  3. judy richter March 4, 2020 at 6:55 am #

    Buy what you love. That also goes for horses.