Alt (Digital) Trend Following with Sarah Schroeder of Coinbase Asset Mgmt.
How do you get a job at a top quant shop? With a little love from grandma?! How do you navigate a systematic strategy in the fast-moving world of digital assets? On this episode of The Derivative, Sarah Schroeder of Coinbase Asset Management (formerly One River Digital) covers a range of topics related to crypt/digital […]
Here’s Why the FTX debacle wouldn’t happen in the Heavily Regulated Futures World
You know how the old saying goes…where there’s smoke, there’s fire: 1) Hey all: I have a few announcements to make. Things have come full circle, and https://t.co/DWPOotRHcX‘s first, and last, investors are the same: we have come to an agreement on a strategic transaction with Binance for https://t.co/DWPOotRHcX (pending DD etc.). — SBF (@SBF_FTX) […]
Being a GenZ’er during Crypto Winter with @DeadCaitBounce’s Caitlin Cook
How do all these smart people end up in the crypto space? Versus the hedge fund world or traditional finance, or doctor/lawyer, etc. And how do investors separate the signal from the noise amongst all the meme stock pumps, Web 3 scams, and crypto deep dives? And is Winter coming, to borrow the Game of […]
Trend Following Crypto with Leigh Drogen of Starkiller
What should we make of the recent crypto crash? A sign this is all a scam? Or just another dip in the cycle? Gather round; you’re in for an interesting chat with the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster Disciple on Twitter @LDrogen. A Long Island surfer turned quant turned crypto fund manager who shows […]
Algorithmic Sports Betting, Trading Metals to Trending Commodities, & Crypto’s Future with Charlie McGarraugh of Blockchain.com
We’re taking flight and zooming over to the big bend for a cheerio chat with Charlie McGarraugh, an ex-midwesterner turned londonite. Charlie is the Chief Strategy Officer at Blockchain.com and has an impressive resume as a former mortgage-backed securities trader, head of metals at Goldman, founder of an algo sports betting company, and more. In […]
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