Podcasts of the Week!

I forgot to send this Sunday, but below are the top podcasts from the past week…and don’t forget mine below the ratings…enjoy!

1.  Capital Allocators Ep. 62 Charley Ellis – Indexing and its Alternatives

The episode guest is Greenwich Associates founder Charley Ellis. Charley discusses how investor composition in the U.S. stock market has changed, the retirement problem, and the case for indexing.

2.  Invest Like the Best Ep. 97 Cathie Wood – Investing in Innovation

The episode guest is Cathie Wood, founder of ARK invest. Cathie discusses the groundbreaking attitude toward research and the investment approach she and her team lean on to invest in disruptive innovation. The conversation covers new and exciting technology, and some investment lessons Cathie has learned along the way that helps her team break the mold and stay on the innovatie path it is on.

3.  i3 MarketFox interview with Corey Hoffstein, Newfound Research

The episode guest is Corey Hoffstein, co-founder and CIO of Newfound Research. The conversation begins with coverage of quantitative investing, and how Corey started his journey as a quant, finding value and quality factors initially, but was convinced he needed to think of another way to manage risk, and developed a “risk first” approach. The conversation then turns to drawdown management using trend following. Next, Corey talks about the difference between quant strategies and discretionary management, momentum, concentrated markets, and alpha in retirement.

Steve Glickman, Opportunity Zones: “Ultimately, If You Hold For…10 Years Or More…You Don’t Pay Any New Capital Gains – Ever”

Good investing,
Meb Faber