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In today’s episode, Mark Rzepczynski joins us to discuss a listener question regarding different ways of adding capital and adjusting position size. We also take a deep dive into the latest research paper from Aspect Capital, which discuss the Great Repricing of Risk and why Trend Following strategies are advantageous in times of crises, dislocation of markets and how shocks in markets affect behaviour and performance. We also talk about the difference between unpredictable and predicable inflation and what this mean for investors, how people may start to lose confidence in the Central Banks and much more.
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00:00 - Intro
02:33 - Weekly overview
13:24 - Q1, Kyle: How to adjust position size, when adding capital
25:12 - The Great Repricing of Risk...and what this mean for you as an investor
35:25 - The different effects of large market shocks vs. many mini shocks
44:33 - What the future holds and if it will resemble the 1940s or the 1970s
51:44 - Losing confidence in Central Banks...the Micro and Macro impact
01:02:32 - Long term vs short term strategies...which will perform best in a volatile world?
01:11:50 - Industry performance update
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