Forbes writer and host of the Contrarian Investor Podcast Nathaniel Baker decided to interview me on my investment views given that they represent a logical departure from typical investment group-think.

For those of you who don't have the time to read through all my (sometimes intense) newsletters, the podcast interview hopefully provides a nice, more breezy alternative which you can listen to at your leisure -- on a walk/run or while cleaning up around the house during the lockdown. It provides a good overview of many of the investment themes and perspectives I have given in my talks to the Harvard Club and have written about in my newsletters.

To listen to my interview on the Contrarian Investor Podcast, please click here:

To check out the Forbes article, click here:
The main investment term we use but do not define is Exchange-Traded Funds, of which index funds are the most popular. ETFs are very widespread investment vehicles which you are likely to own in target date funds or your 401k.
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Maya is a Harvard-trained economist who leverages her two decades of top-level experience across Wall Street, the City of London, emerging markets, and advanced technology to devise investment strategies for her clients. She founded Meta Point Advisors after several years as a Financial Advisor at Merrill Lynch. Maya's clients benefit from her ability to provide savvy active management without the cumbersome costs and structure of mutual funds. She has been quoted in The Wall Street Journal, The World Economic Forum, and Barron’s .

Marisa Joelson holds a MPA from Harvard Kennedy School, a MBA from Kellogg at Northwestern University, and a BA from Wesleyan University.