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ReSolve Riffs with Jim O’Shaughnessy on Education, Ingenuity and Techno Optimism

May 11, 2021
Jim O’Shaughnessy (chairman and co-CIO of O’Shaughnessy Asset Management is a Wall Street legend. He is one of the “OGs” of quantitative investing, a best-selling author, and more recently also turned podcaster with his Infinite Loops channel. Jim joined us for a roller-coaster of a conversation that covered...

ReSolve Riffs with Eric Crittenden on Combining Global Trend & Risk Parity for All Weather Performance

May 3, 2021
While studying meteorology and public health in university, Eric Crittenden (CIO of Standpoint Asset Management) stumbled into an economics class and fell in love with complex dynamic systems. He then joined a family office that was uniquely focused on levering into technology companies in the run up to the Dotcom Crash, a debacle that strengthened his views on the importance of diversification and risk management.

ReSolve Riffs on Lifting and Low Risk Investing with FinTwits Lawrence Hamtil

April 26, 2021
This week we were joined by Lawrence Hamtil, founder and principal at Fortune Financial Advisors, author of their popular blog, as well as an active member of the FinTwit community. His power lifting hobby and contrarian nature permeate his writing and investment philosophy, which made for a great conversation.

ReSolve Riffs with Rob Carver on Smart Portfolios and the Evolution of Systematic Trading

April 19, 2021
A systematic response to dynamic scenarios, removing one’s emotions from the equation, has been the standard approach in the military for millennia. In the world of investing, rules-based methodologies remain a contentious topic, even though a majority of the most successful asset managers are quants. Rob Carver (Independent Systematic Researcher and Author) knew early on that his investment career could only take the ‘systematic path’.

ReSolve Riffs with Ted Seides on Capital Allocators

April 13, 2021
Our guest this week was none other than Ted Seides, host of the popular Capital Allocators podcast. After almost 200 podcast episodes and a recently released book – Capital Allocators, How the world’s elite money managers lead and invest – it’s hard to overstate the breadth and depth of Ted’s institutional “inside baseball”.