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Gestalt University Podcasts

Welcome to Gestalt University, hosted by the team at ReSolve Asset Management, 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.

Adam Butler – Adaptive Assets, The Philosophy of Robust Quant
August 2, 2019
In this episode of The Acquirer’s Podcast, Tobias Carlisle chats with Adam Butler, CIO of ReSolve Asset Management. In this podcast Adam provided some great insights.
Mike Philbrick – Diversification: What Most Novice Investors Miss About Trend Following
July 16, 2019
This year, Meb Faber is bringing you the entire volume of The Best Investment Writing Volume 3 in podcast format. You’ll hear from some of the most respected money managers and investment researchers all over the world.
Leverage the Power of Digital Marketing to Supercharge Your Business Growth
June 29, 2019
You will not want to miss this episode. Whether you’re a veteran marketer or just starting the process, this podcast provides unprecedented access to some exceptional minds in the realm of digital marketing for Wealth and Asset Managers with real boots-on-the-ground experience.
Eric Falkenstein: It’s All Relative
June 29, 2019
Eric’s work covers far more than just low volatility investing and risk models. Our discussion branches into politics, social policy, and eventually into his new pet project – cryptocurrencies. This was an all-around incredible conversation that listeners won’t want to miss.
Meb Faber: The Road Less Traveled
June 29, 2019
Our favorite part of the conversation was when Meb described how his thinking had changed over time. Consistent with many of the most thoughtful professionals we’ve chatted with over the years, most of Meb’s lessons relate more to how investors behave in markets rather than the nature of markets themselves. He provides some great illustrations.