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’s Riffs on Cryptocurrencies – Digital Gold or Millennial Bubble

June 30, 2020
This is “ReSolve’s Riffs” – live on Youtube every Friday afternoon to debate current and most relevant themes in the world of investing. Among hot and contentious topics in investing, cryptocurrencies certainly rank top of the list – including their designation as a form of currency.

A hedge fund manager and a sports bettor walk into a bar…When Sports Betting comes to Wall Street

June 29, 2020
Our guest for this conversation is Steve Merril of Steve has been a professional sports handicapper and betting analyst for over 24 years and can be seen and heard every week on numerous radio and TV shows across the United States.

Breaking The Market

June 26, 2020
Today’s guest produces the Breakingthemarket blog, which exploded onto the scene in spring of last year, spewing shrapnel at traditional beliefs about investment objectives and portfolio construction.

Andrew Miller: Renaissance Advisor

June 24, 2020
This week we interview Andrew Miller, CIO of Miller Financial Management. Andrew’s passion is at the intersection of investment management and financial planning, and he has extremely novel perspectives on both domains. We trace Andrew’s background in structured credit and alternatives and map this experience to his current framework for thinking about diversification and sources of risk and return.

ReSolve’s Riffs on Leverage over Beverages: The Risk/Reward of Vol Targeting

June 22, 2020
Most pension plans and other institutional investors with long-term liabilities are faced with an enormous mismatch between the return assumptions in their actuarial models and the combination of sky-high equity valuations and rock-bottom bond yields. Some have chosen to address their funding gaps by adding leverage to their portfolios.