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Robin Powell's guest n this episode we’re discussing the bear market with the world-renowned behavioural scientist Meir Statman. He’s the Glenn Klimek Professor of Finance at Santa Clara University.What happens in the minds of investors when markets fall?And how can we stop ourselves acting irrationally?Professor Statman has some fascinating insigh…
 
Neil Woodford is Britain's best-known fund manager. For many years his track record was very impressive. He was lauded in the media. He was even referred to by the BBC as "the man who can't stop making money.”But then things began to go wrong and, three years ago, the wheels came off in spectacular fashion, when his flagship Equity Income fund was …
 
Investors need to be realistic.. and that means accepting the strong possibility that returns will be lower in the future than they have been in the past. Why? Well, equities rose to all-time highs as the economy recovered from the Covid crisis. And the higher the price you pay for a security, the lower your expected return going forwards.So, what …
 
We live in interesting times. War in Ukraine, energy worries, inflation and a possible global recession. It's no surprise, then, that stock markets around the world have fallen considerably, and there seems to be no end in sight to the current volatility.We wouldn’t be human if "headline anxiety" didn’t have an impact on us.Robin Powell's guest on …
 
Robin’s guest on this episode is Spencer Jakab, an investment columnist on the Wall Street Journal, who has just written a book on the GameStop phenomenon, called The Revolution That Wasn’t.The Texas-based video game and consumer electronics and retailer hit the financial headlines in January last year. The reason was a short squeeze that resulted …
 
Robin Powell's guest on this episode is our guest today is Robin Wigglesworth, global finance correspondent for the Financial Times.Wigglesworth is the author of Trillions, a new book on the past, present and future of index investing. Currently living in Norway, he covers macroeconomics, finance, investing and markets internationally for the FT.…
 
As Cathie Wood's ERK Innovation fund and technology stocks in general continue to struggle, Robin Powell asks Larry Swedroe whether we're in the early stages of a market crash. Legendary investor Jeremy Grantham certainly seems to think so. Last week he warned that stocks are in a "superbubble", and that once interest rates return to normal and rea…
 
The evidence shows that we start learning about money very early in life. So what can parents do to help their children develop a health relationship with money and good financial habits? Financial educator and author Will Rainey has specialist expertise in this area. Here he suggests practical ideas for parents of children of all ages.…
 
Every year the financial markets provide us with lessons on the prudent investment strategy. They frequently offer remedial courses, covering lessons they taught in previous years. That’s why one of Larry Swedroe's favourite sayings is that there’s nothing new in investing, only investment history you don’t know. In this episode, Larry discusses wi…
 
Robin Powell interviews Larry Swedroe about Cathie Wood, the high-profile Wall Street fund manager who is currently making the headlines for all the wrong wrong reasons. Her flagship ARK Innovation ETF ended 2021 in a 40% drawdown that only worsened to nearly 50% in the first few days of January.So, is Cathie’s Ark sinking?What, if anything, should…
 
Few people predicted that global stock markets would bounce back as strongly as they did from the sharp market falls we saw in March 2020.Here we are, more than a year later, and most of the major markets are not far off all-time highs.So are we in a bubble? What are the warning signs to look out for?Are bubbles inevitable? And if so, is there anyt…
 
It’s been more than a year and-a-half since the Woodford Equity Income fund, run by the former “star” fund manager Neil Woodford, was suspended. Since then, investors in the fund, now called the LF Equity Income fund, have endured a frustrating time, with little apparent progress being made towards securing compensation for those affected.And we’re…
 
In the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, stock markets have fallen around the world. Our guest on this episode, Professor Elroy Dimson, is someone who understands more than just about anyone else alive today how financial markets have responded to economic shocks throughout history.The Evidence-Based Investor
 
Why has excessive executive pay become such an issue around the world? What can be done about it? Why can’t fund managers exert more of an influence over company boards when it comes to remuneration?And what about pay in the asset management industry? Why is it so high? And will we see pay come down? Robin Powell discusses all of these issues with …
 
George Kinder is known as the father of the financial life planning movement, which focuses not on financial products but on helping clients to identify their values and goals and to live life to the full. In this interview, George explains the life planning philosophy on more detail.He also discusses his interest in mindfulness and explains how a …
 
The financial adviser and investment writer Rick Ferri, a longstanding friend and admirer of the last Jack Bogle, discusses the great man's legacy.Rick, a former Marine Corps officer and fighter pilot, explains how how Bogle changed his life and how the Bogleheads — an organisation founded to promote the Bogle-s philosophy — continues to go from st…
 
Robin Powell talks to Ben Johnson, Director of Global ETF Research at Morningstar.Ben discusses the development of Morningstar's Active/ Passive Barometer and explains what it tells us.He talks about the importance of cost, the relative merits of ETFs and traditional index funds, and how, in his view, the term "index" has effectively become meaning…
 
Robin interviews Matt Hall, co-founder of Hill Investment Group, based in St Louis, and PJ McDaniel, Director of Hillfolio, which is an automated investment service the firm has recently launched.Matt and PJ discuss the evolving robo-advice sector and the part that Hillfolio is playing in giving a wider section of the population access to an eviden…
 
Robin Powell talks to Morningstar's Global Director of Manager Research, Jeff Ptak.Jeff explains Morningstar’s “investors first” philosophy, and how the company has adhered to it through its 35-year history. It’s an important principle, he says, that the “business” side of the operation is kept very separate from the research side.Jeff then goes on…
 
Robin Powell talks to former active fund manager, Stephanie Griffiths, who used to work as an active fund manager in Toronto, but who decided there's a better and easier way to invest. She quit her job and, after careful research, chose to invest almost all her money in low-cost index funds. She has now written a book, Sit Still and Prosper, which …
 
Dr Moira Somers is a behavioural psychologist with a specialist expertise in procrastination. Here she tells Robin Powell why so many people put off investing for retirement and making important financial decisions. She also discusses how women invest differently to men, why investors need to be more self-compassionate, and why parents could be doi…
 
Dr Tim Edwards from the London office of S&P Dow Jones Indices discusses SPIVA — the S&P Dow Jones Jones Active Versus Index scorecard — and what we can learn from it. He also talks about the growing trend towards self-indexing, as well as recent research he's conducted into momentum investing and equal-weight indices.…
 
Hello and welcome to the latest TEBI Podcast, brought to you by The Evidence-Based Investor, in conjunction with Regis Media, Connecting advisers with clients.I’m Robin Powell and this is Episode 15.Our guest this week is Stephen Davis, Senior Fellow and Associate Director of Corporate Governance at Harvard Law School.Stephen has written for many y…
 
Hi there, my name is Sam Lewis and welcome to this week’s TEBI podcast, brought to you by the Evidence-Based Investor in conjunction with Regis Media - connecting advisers with clients.Earlier this week, we spoke to Barry Ritholtz, the co-founder and chief investment officer of Ritholtz Wealth Management, based in New York. As well as running a fin…
 
In the latest TEBI Podcast, former Amsterdam options trader Martijn Rozemuller explains how he turned to indexing after losing big on "Europe's Enron". The MD of Think ETFs expects evidence-based investing to grow rapidly in the Netherlands over the next two years.The Evidence-Based Investor
 
Hello and welcome to Episode 12 of the TEBI Podcast, brought to you by The Evidence-Based Investor in conjunction with Regis Media.I’m Robin Powell, and you’ll find my blog at evidenceinvestor.com. That’s evidenceinvestor.com.My guest this week is, Dr Peter Westaway, Chief Economist and Head of Investment Strategy Group for Vanguard Europe. Dr. Wes…
 
Hello and welcome to the latest TEBI Podcast, brought to you by The Evidence-Based Investor, in conjunction with Regis Media, Connecting advisers with clients.I’m Robin Powell, and this is Episode11.This week we’re looking at exchange-traded funds, or ETFs. As everyone knows, ETFs have grown in popularity very fast in recent years. Until recently, …
 
Last week I had the pleasure of interviewing Kunal Kapoor for the TEBI Podcast, and introducing him on stage at Morningstar’s Game Changer Investment Summit in Brussels.Kunal Kapoor has just taken over as CEO of Morningstar from the company’s billionaire founder Joe Mansueto. It’s one of the biggest jobs in global investing; Morningstar enjoys huge…
 
Hello and welcome to the TEBI Podcast from The Evidence-Based Investor, brought to you by Regis Media, Connecting advisers with clients.I’m Robin Powell. This week we have a very special guest, Larry Swedroe. Since 1996, Larry has been Director of Research at Buckingham Asset Management in St Louis, where he’s spent his time, talent and energy educ…
 
Hello and welcome to the latest TEBI Podcast, brought to you by The Evidence-Based Investor, in conjunction with Regis Media.I’m Robin Powell, and you’ll find my blog at EvidenceInvestor.com.Now, we have a special treat for you this week, because our guest is none other than F. William McNabb.It was, coincidentally, at the very start of the global …
 
Now, anyone who’s seen my blog The Evidence-Based Investor will know that I’m not a big fan of actively managed mutual funds.In principle, active management sounds fair enough. But in practice, only a tiny number of funds outperform over the long term, and they’re almost impossible to spot in advance.Consequently, most investors in active funds end…
 
The special guest on our final podcast of 2016 is Daniel Egan, Vice-President of Behavioural Finance and Investing at Betterment, the New York City-based automated investment service, or robo-adviser.Although new robo-advisers are launching all around the world, almost without exception they’e struggling to make anything more than modest profits. T…
 
Over the years I’ve found that some of the stanchest and most effective advocates of evidence-based investing are those who’ve actually worked in the active fund management industry and seen its shortcomings at first hand.Lars Kroijer is one example, and another is Preston McSwain. Preston hails from Birmingham, Alabama, and worked for more than 20…
 
If you haven’t been following our new podcast series, what have you been doing? Seriously, we’d love you to subscribe and to give us your feedback.For this week’s show I review the inaugural Evidence-Based Investing Conference, held earlier this month in New York City. It’s a great listen, with contributions from three of the most prominent thought…
 
Welcome to the third episode of the Evidence-Based Investor podcast! After the release of the long-awaited FCA interim report into the UK asset management industry, Robin speaks to Andy Agathangelou from the Transparency Task Force about his involvement in putting the case for clearer charges and a better deal for consumers. This episode is brought…
 
Welcome to episode 2 of the Evidence-Based Investor podcast! In the build up to the inaugural Evidence-Based Investing conference in New York, Robin speaks to Wendy Cook about how the term "evidence-based" investing was coined, the challenges of writing about investing, and how the rest of the world is moving away from active management to low-cost…
 
Welcome to the first episode of the Evidence-Based Investor podcast! In this show, Robin Powell speaks to Craig Lazzara and Tim Edwards from S&P Dow Jones Indices about the latest results from SPIVA 2016. The conversation ranges from active funds in America to the impact of Brexit in Europe and the UK. This episode is brought to you by Regis Media.…
 
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