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Welcome to Gestalt University, hosted by the team at ReSolve Asset Management, where evidence inspires confidence. This podcast will dig deep to uncover investment truths and life hacks you won't find in the mainstream media, covering topics that appeal to left-brained robots, right-brain poets and everyone in between. In this show, we interview deep thinkers in the world of quantitative finance such as Larry Swedroe, Meb Faber and many more, all with the goal of helping you reach excellence ...
 
Welcome to ReSolve’s Masterclass podcast channel where we explore, from first principles, timeless investment wisdom that will help you maximize your long-term success. In an expansive sequence of focused lessons from goal setting, through the full investment opportunity set, to universal rules for portfolio construction, and advanced alpha generation, our aim is to offer you a a generalizable and coherent investment framework to revolutionize your approach to wealth-creation and conservatio ...
 
A Podcast that offers a unique and discerning view of economics and financial planning Securities and Advisory services offered through LPL Financial. A registered investment advisor. Member FINRA & SIPC. The financial professionals associated with LPL Financial may discuss and/or transact business only with residents of the states in which they are properly registered or licensed. No offers may be made or accepted from any resident of any other state.
 
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Our guest this week was Mark Yusko, founder, chief investment officer and managing director of Morgan Creek Capital Management. With deep experience in both digital assets and traditional finance, Mark took us on a rollercoaster as we dissected the recent turmoil affecting the ‘crypto-verse’. Topics included: A post-mortem of the FTX debacle – an e…
 
Starting a business is both challenging and exciting. I cannot deny the hand of God in my work at Capital Investment Advisors. I’m surrounded by some of the best people I could collaborate with daily. But a lot can go wrong when you run your own business. A lot can go wrong when you take an idea and create something that generates revenue and makes…
 
It was our great privilege to welcome Mark Rzepczynski this week. Mark has over 25 years of experience in financial markets, is a former finance professor and writes frequently about global markets and quantitative investing. Our conversation covered: His early years, ‘forged in the chaos of the trading pits’ Pursuing a PhD and recognizing a career…
 
One of the challenges financial planners face is figuring out how to determine an individual's risk tolerance and explain it to them. The challenge is helping clients understand what a downside looks like and feels like. It’s hard to prepare people for the ups and downs of the market. In 2011, software was developed to more effectively communicate …
 
We have been eagerly waiting for this one for a while! Our friend Mike Green, Chief Strategist and Portfolio Manager at Simplify Asset Management, returned to the podcast this week. Always thought-provoking, Mike journeyed with us through a wide range of topics that included: Why the enthusiasm for central bank intervention is so asymmetric Options…
 
It was our great pleasure to welcome back Cem Karsan (also known as @jam_croissant on Twitter), Founder and Sr. Managing Partner at Kai Volatility Advisors. This deeply insightful conversation included topics such as: A recap of the last few months in equity markets Volume-weighted time and why seasonality matters more than most people know The acc…
 
Today’s guest built a successful career and preserved her personal integrity working in a high-pressure industry where most people succumb to the demands of political correctness and upward mobility at all costs. Today’s guest is my wife, Darci Fersch. Darci has a B.S. (Bachelor of Science) in Administration of Justice and a Master’s Degree in Cons…
 
Our guest this week was Darius Dale, founder and CEO of 42 Macro, an investment research firm focused on macroeconomics. Our conversation covered topics including: How higher inflation leads to higher inflation volatility and increased risk premia The core drivers of inflation and where the data currently points Complacency followed by overshooting…
 
The political and socio-economical world is changing rapidly. What’s happening isn’t just a part of the normal cycle. So how do we adapt in these changing times? In this episode of UpThinking Finance™, Rodrigo Gordillo shares why low inflation isn’t normal, talks about the Fed’s over-reliance on fiscal spending, and his company’s concept of return …
 
Kandee Anderson has worked for Marriott since December of 1988—34 years. How many people can say that? Her accomplishments are broad and deep. She started as a Sales Manager at a Residence Inn in Southern California. She worked her way up to a GM position at that property before moving into marketing and sales as a Regional Sales Director. Eventual…
 
Wade Pfau is Professor of Retirement Income at The American College and has published several books on retirement, most recently The Retirement Planning Guidebook: Navigating The Important Decisions For Retirement Success. He joined us for an awesome discussion that included: The drawbacks of privatized retirement plans Why longevity pooling is so …
 
Our friend Jeff Weniger, Head of Equity Strategy at Wisdom Tree, returned as this week’s guest. Our wide-ranging conversation covered topics including: How sticky has inflation really become Many ways to measure inflation Leading and lagging indicators The recent drop in US home prices and the health of the real-estate market How the recent rise in…
 
Oil is a global commodity. When President Nixon took the United States off the Gold Standard, it created difficulty with global commodities. At that time, the major oil producers around the world agreed that oil would be priced in dollars globally (which led to the term “Petro-dollar”). When you link something to a currency, it can be inflationary …
 
As we returned from the summer break, the season’s opening episode brought the ReSolve crew together for a deep dive into Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA) strategies, often referred to as Managed Futures, covering topics that included: The path we all took to become CTA fund managers The role these strategies can and should play in portfolios How to…
 
Over 20% of Exxon Mobil stock is owned by Vanguard, BlackRock, and State Street. That means they have 20% of the voting rights. Starbucks is largely held by Vanguard, BlackRock, and State Street. Why is this important? These companies are some of the largest advocates for the World Economic Forum (WEF) which forces compliance with the objectives an…
 
Pastor Rodney Nichols learned at a young age that he was musically talented and was asked to direct the Pastor’s choir. But he knew God had a greater plan for him. In June of 2000, he accepted his calling to be a preacher. He became the Pastor of True Faith Holiness Church for four years. After he met his wife in 2008 and graduated from Bible Colle…
 
How do you make financial decisions as a couple? In church environments, there tends to be the idea that one partner gets to decide how to spend the money and takes control of finances. While there may be a primary point person, it is a partnership. Couples should make decisions together. My wife has an exceptional eye for property and is skilled a…
 
Today’s guest is Claudia Sahm, who is the founder of Stay-At-Home Macro Consulting. She also writes a Substack of the same name, stayathomemacro.substack.com. She is a former Federal Reserve analyst, and also a former White House economic adviser. Claudia and I discussed the interaction between fiscal and monetary policy, and how the government and…
 
When the United States moved off of the gold standard in 1971, it allowed the government to print as much money as it wanted. When gold was the standard, they could only issue as much money as they had gold or assets to back it. It affixed a value. We operate on a fiat money system now, which means the market forces dictate the value of the currenc…
 
Logan is one of the foremost experts on the state and health of the U.S. housing market. In his capacity as Lead Analyst for HousingWire, he invokes a comprehensive data-driven framework for understanding the fundamental drivers of housing supply and demand. Logan demonstrated his expertise on the subject, bringing to bear data and analysis from a …
 
“True wealth is the ability to spend your time the way you want to. That is the ultimate resource.” – Chris Weatherman It’s important to prepare for retirement so that outside factors won’t impact whether or not you have the retirement you’ve dreamt of. Financial independence and self-reliance are important. But according to Chris Weatherman, it’s …
 
The conversation was motivated by Demetri’s tweets about MMT and fiscal policy, which stirred up quite a conflagration, and involved several primary exponents of MMT including Warren Mosler and Rohan Gray. Adam and Demetri spent the first 35 or 40 minutes on MMT, mostly overcoming the frustration around the politicization of the concept. They discu…
 
Chris Pelczynski is a seasoned creative director, designer, and illustrator who spent most of his career in leadership at ESPN. Since starting his career as a graphic designer in the 1990s, he’s worked for companies of all sizes. His most notable roles were working with ESPN where he led the creative process for some of the world’s largest broadcas…
 
This week we welcomed back our good friend Jason Buck (founder and CIO of Mutiny Fund) for the final episode before the summer break. Our conversation included: Recent price action in the commodity space The incredible confidence of the ‘buy the dip’ equity investors An end to the “bad news is good news” regime The mental pivot required to successf…
 
Russell Napier is the author of The Solid Ground Newsletter. He began writing the global macro-strategy report in 1995 for CLSA, a capital markets and investment group based in Hong Kong. He forecast what was to become the Asian Economic Crisis and was voted Asia’s #1 equity strategist in all of the leading polls at the time. His forecasts were com…
 
This week we had the pleasure of welcoming Jeff Snider (Head of Global Investment Research at Alhambra Investments) and Emil Kalinowski (enterprising investor, author and host of both a talk radio show and a podcast). Together, they co-host Eurodollar University podcast and shed light on the complexities of the global monetary system. Our conversat…
 
For this week’s special episode, Adam, Mike, Rodrigo and Richard gathered to explore the building blocks of an ultimate All Weather portfolio. Our conversation included: The blind spots of the 60/40 stock-bond portfolio Regime dependency and economic shocks Diversifiable versus non-diversifiable risks How to create an optimal portfolio that can nav…
 
We had the pleasure this week of speaking with Cem Karsan (the pronunciation can be a bit challenging, bit the hint is in his Twitter handle - @jam_croissant), founder of Kai Volatility Advisors. His deep knowledge of market structures and investment flows took us on a fascinating conversation that included: Joining a team early in his career that …
 
Gina DiMaggio has always loved color. From the moment she could pick up a crayon, she drew rainbows. She was also drawn to black and white images because they were full of contrast. She learned to associate color with the contrast in the images and used them to illuminate the light. What’s born is truly striking vibrant images—and a thriving busine…
 
This week Adam and Rodrigo of ReSolve Global* had the pleasure of speaking with Jason Josephiac of Meketa Investment Group. Our conversation spanned topics including: His background in the industry and joining Meketa Asset Allocation: label/category diversification vs. risk/functional diversification Risk Parity vs. Traditional Asset Allocation Wha…
 
When people make small mistakes and deviations with their retirement portfolio, we can work through it. But there’s a BIG mistake that people make that not only destroys their financial future but also makes a generational impact. In this episode of Upthinking Finance™ I’ll share some stories about mistakes I’ve observed over the years. What’s the …
 
Our guest this week was Rob Van Wielingen, President & CEO of Viewpoint Investment Partners, a boutique investment management firm offering systematic strategies to private and institutional investors. Our conversation included: The Van Wielingen family background in the oil and gas industry Rob’s decision at an early age to focus on finance and te…
 
This week we had the pleasure of speaking with Andy Constan (CEO / CIO at Damped Spring Advisors) and prolific member of the FinTwit community under the @dampedspring penname. Our conversation spanned topics including: His long and interesting career in the investment world Starting with equity derivatives and eventually earning his ‘global macro e…
 
In 1995, I started my investment firm, Capital Investment Advisers. I left a job where I had a consistent client base, a good salary, employee benefits, and the hope that I would move up the corporate ladder. But I felt I could do a better job. Lindsay Metcalf holds the same belief. Lindsay is the sole owner of HomeConnect, a company created to eli…
 
Vincent Deluard is the Global Macro Strategist for StoneX, where he advises institutional investors on asset allocation and risk management. He joined us for an awesome conversation that covered topics including: His early life in France - expectations for public service but ‘saved’ by a scholarship to study abroad Bitten by the ‘quantitative bug’ …
 
It had been a while since we riffed with our good friend Meb Faber (co-founder and the Chief Investment Officer of Cambria Investment Management), and as always, he didn’t disappoint. Our thought-provoking conversation covered topics such as: Meb’s big announcement – his Idea Farm, which curates investment content from a wide variety of sources, is…
 
In my role as a CFP, I’ve been introduced to some awesome people and organizations across the country and the world. Today’s guest, Pastor Chris Hoke, is one of those people. Chris is the co-founder of Underground Ministries, which serves to mobilize faith communities and businesses in the Pacific Northwest by connecting them to men and women being…
 
We were joined this week by Kris Abdelmessih, who spent most of his career as an options trader and now writes about the relationship between money, work and creativity in the Moontower blog and weekly newsletter. Our conversation covered topics that included: Becoming a derivatives and options trader straight out of college Defining the difference…
 
Today I want to share a risk that many people aren’t aware of as they approach retirement: sequence of returns risk. When you retire, there’s no way to predict what the market is going to look like. You’ve planned to withdraw from your retirement portfolio to fund your retirement. But what happens when you have to make withdrawals in a down market?…
 
Our guest this week was Rohan Grey, assistant professor at Willamette University College of Law where he teaches Contracts, Business Associations and Securities Regulation. Rohan is also a prominent advocate of Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) and has also recently been involved in drafting regulations in the digital asset and currency space. Our wide …
 
Dr. Antti Ilmanen, Principal and Global Co-head of the Portfolio Solutions Group at AQR Capital Management joins ReSolve Global CIO Adam Butler to discuss the core themes from Antti’s new book, “Investing Amid Low Expected Returns.” In this 100 minute conversation we explore the following themes at length: The pros and cons of several models for fo…
 
Our guest this week was Stuart Barton, co-founder and Chief Investment Officer at Volatility Shares. Our conversation ranged across topics that included: Early career as a vol trader and how the space has changed over time Volatility Shares’ investment approach – probability-weighting and active trading ETNs, ETFs and other ‘packaging’ models – ben…
 
You may never have heard of Trend Following as an investment strategy. That’s because it’s not a commonly followed approach for any of the Finance Experts you’ll find out there. It’s an investing approach that has been in existence for a long time but has only been used by hedge funds, until now. My guest on this episode is Alex Krainer, Founder of…
 
This week we had the pleasure of welcoming Bilal Hafeez, founder, CEO and Head of Research at Macro Hive, and the host of the Macro Hive Conversations podcast. We had a broad global macro conversation that included: Bilal’s journey in the finance industry through North America, Asia and back to Europe Retiring from corporate life and founding a ‘hi…
 
Our good friend Eric Balchunas (Senior ETF Analyst at Bloomberg Intelligence) joined us once again, this time to discuss his new book “The Bogle Effect: How John Bogle and Vanguard Turned Wall Street Inside Out and Saved Investors Trillions”. We covered topics that included: Bogle’s early life as a university student and his 1949 thesis Becoming th…
 
We were joined this week by Preet Banerjee, host of the Mostly Money podcast, management consultant focused on commercial applications of behavioral finance, and founder of MoneyGaps’: "Light Financial Planning" software for advisors. Our conversation included topics such as: Preet’s diverse background – from neuroscience and financial advisory to …
 
ciadvisers.com Securities and Advisory services offered through LPL Financial. A registered investment advisor. Member FINRA & SIPC. The financial professionals associated with LPL Financial may discuss and/or transact business only with residents of the states in which they are properly registered or licensed. No offers may be made or accepted fro…
 
We were joined this week by none other than Alex Gurevich, founder and CIO of HonTe Investments, author of The Next Perfect Trade, and more recently The Trades of March 2020 – A Shield Against Uncertainty, and a legend in the macro hedge fund industry. Our conversation included topics such as: His background in math, and as a competitive chess, GO …
 
This week we had the pleasure of speaking with Marcos Bueno, CIO at Ascent Systematic Advisors. Marcos has a diverse and well-rounded backgrounded in finance, and our conversation covered topics that included: His background at proprietary trading desks and macro funds Starting his career in fundamental, research-oriented investing Early successes …
 
After a multi-decade slumber, inflation has been dominating the economic and financial zeitgeist over the last twelve months. The sustained sell-off in both US stocks and bonds at the start of 2022 was an unfamiliar sight to investors that grew accustomed to the negative correlation that created the once mighty 60/40 portfolio. Are we entering a ne…
 
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