Carlos Asilis, CIO of Glovista Investments LLC., features in this Master Class discussing macro themes both looking forward and in hindsight. Carlos gives his outlook for the dollar, treasuries, and the precious metals market, discusses his investment framework and risk assessment process, and looks back at the '97 Asian Crisis to see what lessons we can take away to apply in today's markets.
Which iconic consumer staples stock is poised to deliver sweet returns? Chad Morganlander of Washington Crossing Advisors discusses the sector and the fundamental drivers in this interview with Justine Underhill. Filmed on November 8, 2018.
Steve Strazza, co-founder of The Chart Report, makes his debut on “Trade Ideas” with a bullish call on Church & Dwight. In this interview with Justine Underhill, Strazza breaks down the technicals that have him bullish on the consumer staples sector relative to the S&P, as well as his parallel reasoning on Church & Dwight relative to the sector. Filmed on March 29, 2019.
Public vs. Private Capital: Taking Advantage of Misaligned Incentives
David Blumberg, founder and managing partner of Blumberg Capital, discusses the state of the venture capital markets with Real Vision’s Tyler Neville. According to Blumberg, innovation is still alive and well in the technology space. Given the falling cost of capex and better distribution channels for marketing and sales, the ability to scale companies is much easier than ever before. Blumberg participates in Seed and Series A round investments, where he usually takes a seat on the board to guide entrepreneurs in building their companies. Blumberg has identified a giant inefficiency between the large legacy companies and the startups providing efficient solutions to the marketplace. Agnostic towards the macro environment, Blumberg argues there is too much capital for private ventures and too few great ideas. Filmed on May 9, 2019 in San Francisco.
Investment maverick & writer of The Felder Report, Jesse Felder shares his concerns about volatility trading and speaks candidly about Twitter wars, his investment framework, and the bubbles he's watching.
Art Hogan, chief market strategist at National Securities, returns to Real Vision to update his spot-on call for the S&P 500 from earlier this year. In this interview with Justine Underhill, he sifts through the recent trade war headlines, and recommends two unloved sectors with relative upside potential: Financials and Energy. On the flip side, he likes betting against two high-flying sectors of the market: Utilities and Staples. Filmed on May 9, 2019.
David Meneret identifies where to benefit from perceived disorder in the credit markets, taking a quantitative perspective to the inherent low volatility in the sector. The search for yield and riskier assets by insurance companies, utilizing higher leverage, with greater exposure to commercial real estate is brought into sharp focus by David, alongside the new reality for investors in the overpopulated US shopping mall space. Filmed on August 29, 2017, in New York.
Tom Thornton has spent three decades in the investment markets, sharpening his technical analysis framework, from brokerages to hedge funds to his latest venture Hedge Fund Telemetry. In this interview, Tom lays out his technically-led trading process, examining the sectors set to lead and lag, with actionable insight on single stock names. Filmed on July 14, 2017, in New York.
Russell Clark is highly regarded in the hedge fund industry and in this often requested interview, investors will gain tremendous insights from his process, which starts with currencies, as well as his macro view of the world, including some incredible perspectives on Asia and the industries he’s targeting next on the short side. Filmed on June 27, 2017, in London.