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#159 - Ashby Monk - The Fee And Cost Issue Is Important Because It Is A Catalyst For Innovation
In episode 159, we welcome our guest, Ashby Monk. The episode kicks off with a discussion about the concept of saving planet earth and the important role that asset owner investors, the largest institutions in the world such as sovereign wealth funds that total approximately $100 trillion, now have. Meb then asks Ashby to get into the models behind large institutional investors. Ashby discusses some history, and boils it down to what he thinks are the three functions that drive success: people, process, and information. The conversation then gets into Ashbyâ€™s thoughts about insourcing vs. outsourcing. Ashby explains that both paths are viable, and the importance of starting with a rigorous understanding of what it costs to run investments internally vs. externally. Ashby notes that he thinks the institutions pursuing the highest quality inputs in terms of people, process, and information should receive recognition, independent of the model theyâ€™re running. Meb asks about trends in the industry. On the good side, Ashby discusses the push on fees and costs, and the positive effect it has on institutional investors as a catalyst for innovation. Ashby then talks about how being green and good stewards of the environment has delivered outperformance. The conversation then shifts into Long Term Stock Exchange (LTSE) and its mission. As the chat winds down, Meb and Ashby discuss the app he co-founded, Long Game, and the mission to engage people in their financial decisions in an entirely different way. All this and more, including what Ashby is particularly excited about and his most memorable investment in episode 159.
Aired 7 months ago 39:20
FIND OUT HOW THE PENSION CRISIS AFFECTS YOUR RETIREMENT & WEALTHRobert Kiyosaki featuring Ted Siedle
Public pensions are often compared to the real estate bubble and student loan crisis. Robert talks to Ted Siedle, a pension investigator, who reveals systemic risks in many public pensions ranging from incompetence to fraud. Find out which public pensions are ready to fail, and what you can do to protect yourself. This is a vital episode for anyone enrolled in a public pension.
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206- Finding Buffett
This week Phil and Danielle discuss the importance of making your own investing choices. Itâ€™s easy for someone to follow Warren Buffett and to likely make money if you mirror his choices, but itâ€™s what happens when he pulls his money out of the market and you donâ€™t know what to do with your moneyâ€¦ thatâ€™s when you run into trouble. For show notes and more information visit www.investedpodcast.comLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices