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SI97: Warren Buffett’s recent ‘value’ purchase ft. Robert Carver
21st July 2020 • Top Traders Unplugged • Niels Kaastrup-Larsen
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Today, Robert Carver joins us to discuss JP Morgan’s comments on markets being fabricated by central bank liquidity, Tesla’s incredible swings in market cap, thoughts on Warren Buffett’s recent ‘value’ purchase, the point at which diversification in a portfolio becomes dilution, and the benefits of diversifying among different Trend Following managers.


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Episode TimeStamps:

00:00 – Intro

00:45 – Check out the first 2 recent episodes of our Global Macro series

01:58 – Macro recap from Niels

03:18 – Weekly review of performance

11:44 – Thoughts on Warren Buffett’s recent ‘value’ purchase of the Dominion Energy’s natural gas pipelines & current Apple position

14:59 – Discussion on Mark Zepczynski’s article on being over-diversified

31:05 – Thoughts on AQR article regarding Tail Risk hedging

34:48 – Benchmark performance update

35:41Check out Rob Carver’s recent article on his blog

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