Welcome to Investing Insights for the Modern Investor, a quarterly podcast to help you become a better investor so that you can grow and protect your wealth.
I cover investment topics including portfolio design, cutting edge investment strategies, risk management, personal finance and any topic relevant to creating better long-term investing results.
This podcast is a companion to the 3Summit Investment Management quarterly Investing Insight Newsletter.
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In this episode I discuss why I believe Mutual Funds are bad investments in general. Mutual funds are the sacred cow of the largest investment firms, believe me, I do not make any friends among investing peers when talking about this topic. However, I have always believed that investment decisions should not be driven by the status quo within the industry, but that any investment approach should be able to stand up to the rigors of evidence-based analysis.
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Fair warning, I am confident the topic I will cover today will blow your mind and hopefully cause you to question much of what you have learned about investing. I am being perfectly serious. What I am about to show you, flips the common investing wisdom upside-down. The concepts I lay out in this Investing Insight are at the foundation of my investing philosophy and the driving force behind 3Summit’s innovations in portfolio design and management. I hope the investing secrets I am going to share with you today inspire and inform your investing process as much as they have mine.
Markets have been more volatile lately and we may be in the final innings of a long bull market. The current market conditions make for a great time to discuss trend following and the many benefits they add to a diversified portfolio, especially in challenging markets.
We discuss ETF’s, what they are, how they compare to mutual funds and how ETF’s can be used to implement sophisticated quantitative investment strategies.