Posts filed under “Podcast”

Masters in Business: Joe Saluzzi of Themis Trading

This week, the “Masters in Business” radio podcast features Joe Saluzzi of Themis Trading. He and co-founder Sal Arnuk are co-authors of the book “Broken Markets: How High Frequency Trading and Predatory Practices on Wall Street Are Destroying Investor Confidence and Your Portfolio.”

In the podcast, Saluzzi discusses how regulatory changes and a shift in exchange ownership from nonprofit to for-profit status led to a major shift in market structures. These changes have led to all manner of problems, not the least of which was the May 6, 2010, Flash Crash. Since then, we have seen mini crashes in individual stocks and, more recently, Treasuries and currencies.

Listen to the podcast on BloombergApple iTunes or SoundCloud. All of our prior podcasts are available on iTunes.

Next week, I speak with Michelle Meyer of Bank America Merrill Lynch.

 

 

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MiB: Joe Saluzzi of Themis Trading

This week, the “Masters in Business” radio podcast features Joe Saluzzi of Themis Trading. He and his partner Sal Arnuk are co-authors of the book Broken Markets: How High Frequency Trading and Predatory Practices on Wall Street Are Destroying Investor Confidence and Your Portfolio. In our podcast, Joe discusses how regulatory changes and a shift in ownership from…Read More

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Masters in Business: Cliff Asness, CIO & founder of AQR Capital Management

This week, the “Masters in Business” radio podcast features Cliff Asness, the founder and chief investment officer of AQR Capital Management. Asness and his team manage $120 billion at AQR. They are quants, applying mathematics to market data and making evidence-based investments across a range of asset classes. In a far-ranging, 90-minute conversation, Asness discusses everything from…Read More

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MiB: Cliff Asness, CIO of AQR

This week, the “Masters in Business” radio podcast features Cliff Asness, the founder and CIO of AQR.

As CIO of AQR, Asness and his team manages $120 billion dollars. They are quants, who invests by applying mathematics to market data, making evidence based bets across a range of asset classes.

In a far-ranging 90 minute conversation, we discuss everything from value to momentum to the small cap effect. We also discuss the Efficient Market Hypothesis, how and why markets can be irrational, and what it was like to be part of the Quant Flash Crash of 2007. If you are interested in what quants actually do, be sure to check out the podcast portion when its posted. Asness gives a graduate level seminar on Quantitative investing.

Listen to the podcast live here, on BloombergApple iTunes or SoundCloud. All of our prior podcasts are available on iTunes.

Next week, I speak with Sal Arnuk, Joe Saluzzi of Themis Trading.

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Masters in Business: Jim McCann, CEO 1-800 Flowers

    This week, the “Masters in Business” radio podcast features Jim McCann, the founder and chief executive officer of 1-800-Flowers. McCann is also the author of “Talk Is (Not!) Cheap: The Art of Conversation Leadership.” Starting with a single floral shop in Manhattan, McCann went on to transform what had been a sleepy retail industry…Read More

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Interview: Full Disclosure Radio

artworks-000079826714-f6sx9b-t500x500Last week, Roben Farzad turned the tables and gave me the full podcast treatment on his show, Full Disclosure Radio. He was gracious and way too complementary. (Remind me one day to explain how the whole horse thing came about).

It was a fun conversation. We chatted for about an hour, and if the feed wasn’t scheduled to cut off, we probably could have gone another hour. You can download it on iTunes, stream it on Soundcloud, or just click after the jump to listen.

Every now and again, being reminded what its like on the other side of the interview is good for my MiB process. Be sure to give it a listen.

 

Links:
Full Disclosure Radio
Roben Farzad on Twitter
iTunes
Soundcloud

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MiB: Jim McCann, Founder & CEO 1-800-Flowers

This week, the “Masters in Business” radio podcast features Jim McCann, the founder and CEO of 1-800-Flowers. McCann is also the author of “ Talk Is (Not!) Cheap: The Art of Conversation Leadership.” Starting with a single floral shop in Manhattan, McCann went on to transform what had been a sleepy retail industry into a…Read More

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Masters in Business: Dan Alpert

This week, the “Masters in Business” radio podcast features investment banker Dan Alpert, founder and managing partner of Westwood Capital. Alpert is the author of “The Age of Oversupply: Overcoming the Greatest Challenge to the Global Economy.” Alpert created the first collateralized debt obligations backed by commercial mortgage-backed securities, and one of the very first real-estate investment trusts….Read More

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MiB: Dan Alpert

This week, the “Masters in Business” podcast features investment banker Dan Alpert, who is tge founder and managing director of Westwood Capital, and author of The Age of Oversupply: Overcoming the Greatest Challenge to the Global Economy. Alpert created the first commercial mortgage backed securitized CDO, and one of the very first REITs. As you will hear,…Read More

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MiB: Howard Lindzon, Social Leverage

This week, the “Masters in Business” podcast features angel investor Howard Lindzon. He runs the venture fund Social Leverage and is the co-founder of Stocktwits.

Lindzon discusses the differences between public and private investing, how he got lucky with his first angel investment, and why making mistakes is one of the best ways to learn what not to do (such as passing on investing in Twitter when it had a $20 million valuation).

You can download the podcast at Bloomberg.com or on Apple iTunes (prior podcasts are available on iTunes). 

You can also stream it on Soundcloud, below.

 

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