Gestalt University Podcasts

Welcome to Gestalt University, hosted by the team at ReSolve Global*, where evidence inspires confidence.

These podcasts 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-brained 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 the journey.

ReSolve Riffs with Darius Dale @42Macro – Catching up with Global Assets and Economic Conditions

October 25, 2022
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 much more.

ReSolve Riffs with Wade Pfau on Optimal Retirement Strategies

September 26, 2022
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 ...

ReSolve Riffs with Jeff Weniger on the Housing Recession, Perky Consumers, and Where to Invest Now

September 19, 2022
Our friend Jeff Weniger, Head of Equity Strategy at Wisdom Tree, returned as this week’s guest. Our wide-ranging conversation covered topics including ...

ReSolve Riffs Returns! The ReSolve Crew Offers a Galaxy Brain Perspective on CTAs!

September 13, 2022
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 ...

GestaltU with Claudia Sahm on Macroeconomics for Individuals and Families

August 8, 2022
Claudia and I discussed the interaction between fiscal and monetary policy, and how the government and the Federal Reserve might more effectively combine forces to use the best tools available to address many of the major challenges that are ongoing in the domestic economy today.