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.

Brian Portnoy – Underwriting Well Being

September 8, 2020
Brian is the founder of Shaping Wealth and author of two books, The Investor’s Paradox and The Geometry of Wealth. We spoke about the connections between wealth and happiness, and the myriad complications that distract people from what really matters.

Lars Kestner: The Intrepid Quant

July 29, 2020
Today we interview Lars Kestner, a Managing Director at a European investment bank. Over his 20+ year career on Wall Street, he has led teams that have managed derivative risk across a vast range of market environments. He is the author of Quantitative Trading Strategies, a cutting edge text on systematic trading.

Dan Egan: Market Shrink

July 14, 2020
Dan Egan is the Director of Behavior Science and Investing at the online advisor, Betterment. To kick off the discussion I wanted to know: What do investors really want? Not what they say they want, or what economists say they should want, but what their day-to-day behaviour says about what they actually want in practice...

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.