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Screen for stocks that pass the strategies of investment legends such as Joel Greenblatt, John Neff and Martin Zweig. Combine multiple strategies together or add in fundamental filters to refine your result set.
Our trend following system covers over 45+ asset & investment classes and seeks to help limit losses during major market declines while maintaining a disciplined re-entry method when prices revert. Get alerted when the signals change between Buy and Sell.
Factor timing has always been one of the most alluring areas of investing for me. It is very clear that all factors have periods where they go in and out of favor, and if it is possible to time those periods to identify the factors to invest in (and the ones to avoid), that could be a significant source of alpha.
The market has changed in the wake of the pandemic. Retail trading is up dramatically. So is options activity. And narrative is driving returns much more than fundamentals are, which is a continuation of a trend that started well before then. We are all seeing things happening in the market that we have never seen in our investing careers.
This week we talk to Ritholtz Wealth CFO Bill Sweet. Bill has had a very unique career, which started serving our country in the military and also included a stint in his family's tax business prior to his work at Ritholtz. We talk about the lessons Bill has learned in his career and how others can benefit from them. We also take an in depth look at the Biden tax plan and cover the major points investors should be aware of in it. And we discuss what he has learned as an early adopter of direct indexing for clients.
Value investors currently love emerging markets. Whether you look at projections from GMO or Research Affiliates or any of the other major firms who look at expected returns, you will see a much more favorable outlook for emerging markets than the US. But there is another side of the emerging markets story that has little to do with traditional value investing. There is also a significant growth story being driven by the emerging market consumer, and that story is being fueled by the internet. In this episode, we take an in depth look at the growth potential of emerging markets with Kevin Carter, founder of the EMQQ ETF, which is a pretty mazing growth story itself, with over $1 billion in assets. We look ay why standard emerging market indexes may be broken and why the emerging market consumer is leading one of the greatest growth stories in the world.
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