This week on the show my guest is Ramin Nakisa.
We chat about active versus passive investment strategies and the death of what Ramin describes as “The Alpha Cult”.
Welcome to episode 146 of the Marketing and Finance Podcast.
What you’ll hear about in this episode
- Why the belief active investments can consistently out-perform markets is known as “The Alpha Cult”
- The difference between Alpha and Beta – active and passive
- How the US is ahead of the UK in its attitude to these approaches
- The role of the independent financial adviser as a teacher and financial coach
- The investment philosophies of Jack Bogle and The Vanguard Group
Who is Ramin Nakisa?
Ramin is co-founder of Pension Craft Ltd. He specialises in investment research and strategy with a focus on producing actionable, global cross-asset allocation ideas to maximise return while managing risk. He focuses on an analytical and fundamental approach to investment.
Ramin has outstanding cross-asset knowledge, excellent presentation skills and a proven ability to present complex ideas in a simple way, exceptional writing skills honed through writing a weekly research publication and a finance book, the ability to transform a macro view into a position or trades, strong numerical analysis skills and the ability to implement those ideas in R, Excel or C++
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