Ep62: Jerremy Newsome – Stop Trying to Hit the Home Run Trade

Jerremy Alexander Newsome is the CEO and co-founder of www.reallifetrading.com. The trader and newly published author has one of the fastest growing audiences and websites on the Internet and attacks the markets with energy, exuberance, and humor that is truly refreshing. He has been professionally trading in the stock market since he was 21 years old.…

Ep61: Philipp Kristian Diekhöner – The Impact of Foreign Currency on a Managed Fund

Philipp Kristian Diekhöner is a keynote TEDx speaker, global innovation strategist and author of The Trust Economy, published in English (2017), German (2018) and Simplified Chinese (2019). Philipp has spoken at eminent global organizations such as Facebook, P&G, Microsoft, Turner, Munich Re, Zillow, Globe Telecom, CPA Australia, Germany’s Federal Ministry for Economics and Energy, the Economist Intelligence Unit and many others. He’s written for Forbes, Esquire, e27, Marketing Mag and InVision blog plus several industry publications and featured across Springer Professional, Men’s Folio, Money FM 89.3 and Your Story.…

Ep60: Corey Hoffstein – Beware of Pure Story-Driven Investing

Corey Hoffstein is a co-founder of and chief investment officer at Newfound Research, a quantitative asset management firm founded in August 2008 that is specializing in risk-managed, tactical asset allocation strategies. At Newfound, Corey is responsible for portfolio management, oversight of research and communication of the firm’s views to clients. He received his degree in…

Ep59: Danielle DiMartino Booth – Don’t Fight Liquidity, Flow with It

Guest profile Danielle DiMartino Booth is CEO and director of Intelligence for Quill Intelligence LLC, a new research and analytics firm. She is known for her meticulous research in the financial markets and her unique perspective honed from years of experience in central banking and on Wall Street. Danielle is a global thought leader sought after for her insights on…

Ep58: Vorapon Jim Ponvanit – Apply Behavioral Finance Principles to Make Better Decisions

Vorapon Jim  Ponvanit is the founder and CEO of a PeerPower, a Fintech start–up focusing on SME marketplace lending in Thailand. He is also a partner in boutique advisory firm, Khronos, and has 18 years’ experience in M&A, investments, and restructuring. He is an educated investor in stocks, bonds, and has a solid, diversified portfolio. He and his wife are also avid food connoisseurs and share a love of dogs.  …