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ET Podcast #6 – The Business of Wall Street

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The Epsilon Theory podcast is free for everyone to access. You can grab the mp3 file below, or you can subscribe at: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3ZXOnreiGGiUtuGHzbin6d Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/epsilon-theory-podcast/id1107682538 Very little of investing today is buying and selling shares of common stock in individual companies. Instead, we buy and sell what Wall Street calls “products” – mutual funds, ETFs, options, REITs, SPACs, etc. Dave Nadig, who literally wrote the book on ETFs, helps us understand the history and future of the business of Wall Street. ET Podcast #5 – Gnostic Nationalism ET Podcast #6 – The Business of Wall Street If you’d like to sign up for a free email to let you know what we’ve published in the prior

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The Epsilon Theory podcast is free for everyone to access. You can grab the mp3 file below, or you can subscribe at:

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3ZXOnreiGGiUtuGHzbin6d

Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/epsilon-theory-podcast/id1107682538


ET Podcast #6 – The Business of Wall Street

Very little of investing today is buying and selling shares of common stock in individual companies. Instead, we buy and sell what Wall Street calls “products” – mutual funds, ETFs, options, REITs, SPACs, etc.

Dave Nadig, who literally wrote the book on ETFs, helps us understand the history and future of the business of Wall Street.



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Ben Hunt
He is the chief investment strategist at Salient, a $14 billion asset manager based in Houston and San Francisco, and the author of Epsilon Theory, a newsletter and website that examines markets through the lenses of game theory and history. Over 100,000 professional investors and allocators read Epsilon Theory for its fresh perspective into market dynamics.

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