🎶 Here comes Santa Claus, here comes Santa Claus, right down The Derivative Lane. Jeff Malec is delivering in-depth chats for those streaming all the plays. The education we’re bringing, investors are singing, all is merry and bright 🎶
Okay, so we may have changed the lyrics slightly, but nothing puts you in the Christmas spirit quite like a good jingle — right?!
As the podcast is taking a break during the holiday season to refresh, regroup and record for our next season starting on January 6 — we wanted to re-release some of our favorite episodes from this past year. That’s why we’re diving into our Derivative playlist and doing a special “12 Days of The Derivative” countdown.
Starting December 12, we will be sharing 1 episode per day on our social media that you won’t want to miss! Here are a few things you can do as we prepare to reveal these anticipated episodes:
Let us know what guests and topics you’d like to see in 2022; email here.
You can also find the top-3 most-played episodes of 2021 here:
Wallstreet Bets Busts Wallstreet? WTF ^%$# with Cem Karsan and Kris Sidial
Crazy Commodity Cycles (and cross-continent motorcycles) with Jim Rogers
The Bull and Bear cases for Bitcoin with Meltem Demirors & Nic Carter
But we can’t leave you hanging just like that — Here are a few guests you can expect to listen to and watch in our upcoming season:
Chris Cole, Founder and CIO, Artemis Capital Management LP / Artemis Capital Advisers LP / Artemis Vega Fund LP
Chris Dark Retired entrepreneur, investor, early eSports pioneer, ex-President International @C2FO, ex-Atomico, Ph.D. in Superconductors
Founder and CEO of Carbon Cap, an environmental asset manager, targeting attractive returns and reducing carbon emissions.
We are looking forward to continuing to deliver educational content with the best and brightest in the alternative investment world in 2022 — Happy Holidays from the RCM Alternative team!
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