The Game of Trading with SIG Alums Kris A, Tina L, & Steiner
We have a little saying over here on The Derivative, The More, The Merrier, and on this week’s episode of The Derivative, we’re not chatting with one guest, but THREE! Class may no longer be in session, but we are taking a trip down the SIG/Susquehanna memory lane and having our own class reunion with Kris Abdelmessih, Michael […]
Trends, Inflation Protection, & Getting Investors to the Finish Line with Eric Crittenden of Standpoint
In the chaotic world we’ve endured since 2020, it turns out all you needed was an outlier loving strategy to get you through the storm. We’re talking managed futures and trend following in particular, which tend to thrive in periods of turmoil. But how can you effectively prepare for a wide range of market environments […]
Nobody is prepared for a 2nd leg down, with Ari Bergmann of Penso Advisors
It’s not every day you get to sit down with a Volatility veteran with over 30 years of experience…..Well, maybe it’s a bit more common here on the Derivative than elsewhere, but we’ve got a special treat with Ari Bergmann(@AriBergmann) joining Jeff on this week’s Derivative episode. Listen in as they dive into where to […]
The Business of Staying Wealthy with Homer Smith of Konvergent Wealth
For those lucky few who’ve sold a business, inherited wealth, or otherwise find themselves in the enviable position of staying wealthy, not getting wealthy – the investment game can be more about playing defense than going on offense. But how do you go about that, who do you partner with to figure out complex tax […]
There’s no Stupid Options questions, just Stupid Options Courses, SurgiFi attends Benn Eifert’s Class
Summer’s nearly over and class is definitely back in session for this episode, as we’re about to get schooled on options and trying to separate the scams from the science. This week we’re delivering the long-awaited episode with Dr. Benn Eifert(@bennpeifert), a Derivative appointed Jedi of Volatility from QVR Advisors, and Dr. David Rhoiney(@FiSurgi), who […]
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