Real Vision has curated a selection of interviews to tee up our post-election event, The Aftermath. These interviews range from mind-blowing to thought-provoking to just damn prescient.
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13D Global Research and Strategy MD Trevor Noren discusses the root causes of wealth inequality in the US, a QE-dependent stock market, and more. Published: October 2019
Strategic Insight Group CEO Dee Smith in conversation with Raoul Pal at The Aftermath: HOW DID WE GET HERE? Nov. 23 at 10.00am ET.
Trust Me, I’m Lying author Ryan Holiday explains to Grant Williams exactly how deeply the new media landscape influenced the 2016 US presidential election. Published: November 2016.
The legendary journalist and former anchorman Dan Rather in conversation with Niall Ferguson at The Aftermath: A CONVERSATION WITH DAN RATHER Nov. 23 at 12.30pm ET.
Quadriga Asset Managers’ Diego Parrilla tackles the energy issue from all angles. Published: March 2015
Hedge Fund Telemetry’s Thomas Thornton brings the trader’s perspective to The Aftermath: A TRADER FOR EVERY ADMINISTRATION Nov. 23 at 4.00pm ET
Meltem Demirors, Chief Strategy Officer of CoinShares in conversation with Peter McCormack at The Aftermath: BITCOIN: THE VIRTUAL NATION Nov. 24 at 10.00am ET
From Zimbabwe’s capital city, Harare, Imara Asset Management CEO John Legat discusses the economic opportunity on the ground there. Published: February 2018
Acuity Ventures Managing partner Lexi Novitske, who will be discussing her career as a venture investor in Lagos, Nigeria – home to Africa’s most active startup ecosystem. THE OVERLOOKED OPPORTUNITIES IN AFRICA Nov. 24 at 2.00pm ET.
Acuity Ventures Managing partner Lexi Novitske in conversation with Raoul Pal. THE OVERLOOKED OPPORTUNITIES IN AFRICA Nov. 24 at 2.00pm ET.
Gerard Minack, founder of Minack Advisors, sits down with Matt Milsom of Qantex to discuss the macro drivers of Australia and of the global economy. Published: April 2019
Former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd shares his outlook for Australia with The Jolly Swagman’s Joe Walker at The Aftermath: A FORMER PRIME MINISTER’S VIEW FROM AUSTRALIA Nov. 24 at 4.30pm ET.
The Accidental Superpower author Peter Zeihan discusses why he thinks the geopolitical framework that developed after WWII is dissolving. Published: April 2018
Clocktower Group Chief Strategist Marko Papic in conversation with Perch Perspectives Founder Jacob L. Shapiro on their current geopolitical forecasts at The Aftermath. WTF IS NEXT? A GEOPOLITICAL FORECAST Nov. 24 at 5.30pm ET.
DSGAsia Limited Founder and CEO Simon Ogus deconstructs the politics, history, and sentiment of the Asian continent and zeroes in on Chinese geopolitical strategy. Published: April 2015
Gavekal Research CEO Louis Vincent Gave and Serendipity Capital Founding Partner and CIO Robert Jesudason share an Asia Update with Matt Milsom of Qantex. ON THE GROUND IN ASIA Nov. 24 at 6.30pm ET.
Simon expands his discussion on Asian continent economics to encompass Hong Kong and its protests, Thailand and its political rebirth, a view on North Korea from beyond the DMZ, and many more. Published: April 2015
Gavekal Research CEO Louis Vincent Gave and Serendipity Capital Founding Partner and CIO Robert Jesudason at The Aftermath: ON THE GROUND IN ASIA Nov. 24 at 6.30pm ET.
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Mark Yusko is the Founder, CEO and Chief Investment Officer of Morgan Creek Capital Management. He is also the Managing Partner of Morgan Creek Digital Assets.
Morgan Creek Capital Management was founded in 2004 and currently manages close to $2 billion in discretionary and non-discretionary assets. Prior to founding Morgan Creek, Mr. Yusko was CIO and Founder of UNC Management Company (UNCMC), the Endowment investment office for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Before that, he was Senior Investment Director for the University of Notre Dame Investment Office. Mr. Yusko has been at the forefront of institutional investing throughout his career. An early investor in alternative asset classes at Notre Dame, he brought the Endowment Model of investing to UNC, which contributed to significant performance gains for the Endowment. The Endowment Model is the cornerstone philosophy of Morgan Creek, as is the mandate to Invest in Innovation.
Mr. Yusko is again at the forefront of investing through Morgan Creek Digital Assets, which was formed in 2018. Morgan Creek Digital is an early stage investor in blockchain technology, digital currency and digital assets through the firm’s Venture Capital and Digital Asset Index Fund.
Mr. Yusko received a BA with Honors from the University of Notre Dame and an MBA in Accounting and Finance from the University of Chicago.
Mr. Saylor is a technologist, entrepreneur, business executive, philanthropist, and best-selling author. He currently serves as Chairman of the Board of Directors and Chief Executive Office of MicroStrategy, Inc. (MSTR). Since co-founding the company at the age of 24, Mr. Saylor has built MicroStrategy into a global leader in business intelligence, mobile software, and cloud-based services. In 2012, he authored The Mobile Wave: How Mobile Intelligence Will Change Everything, which earned a spot on The New York Times Best Sellers list.
Mr. Saylor attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, receiving an S.B. in Aeronautics and Astronautics and an S.B. in Science, Technology, and Society.
James helped launch TradeStation Crypto’s offering which utilizes a true online brokerage model that self-directed investors and traders have come to expect for equities, futures, and foreign currency markets. He is a reputed crypto asset specialist and blockchain thought leader focused on helping people find innovative ways to participate in this space. He is active in the blockchain community with speaking engagements, TV appearances and mentoring. James has over 15 years of experience in the Fintech industry.
Raoul Pal is the Co-Founder and CEO of Real Vision, the world’s pre-eminent financial media platform, which helps members understand the complex world of finance, business, and the global economy.
Real Vision members also have access to Real Vision Crypto, a cryptocurrency and digital assets video channel watched by over 80,000 people. In addition, Raoul has been publishing Global Macro Investor since January 2005 to provide original, high quality, quantifiable and easily readable research for the global macro investment community hedge funds, family offices, pension funds and sovereign wealth funds. It draws on his considerable 31 years of experience in advising hedge funds and managing a global macro hedge fund. Global Macro Investor has one of the very best, proven track records of any newsletter in the industry, producing extremely positive returns in eight out of the last twelve years.
He retired from managing client money at the age of 36 in 2004 and now lives in the tiny Caribbean island of Little Cayman in the Cayman Islands. Previously he co-managed the GLG Global Macro Fund in London for GLG Partners, one of the largest hedge fund groups in the world. Raoul moved to GLG from Goldman Sachs where he co-managed the hedge fund sales business in Equities and Equity Derivatives in Europe. In this role, Raoul established strong relationships with many of the world’s pre-eminent hedge funds, learning from their styles and experiences.
Other stop-off points on the way were NatWest Markets and HSBC, although he began his career by training traders in technical analysis.
Peter McCormack is a full time journalist/podcaster covering topics such as Freedom, Human Rights, Censorship and Bitcoin. Peter created and hosts the What Bitcoin Did Podcast, a twice-weekly Bitcoin podcast where he interviews experts in the world of Bitcoin development, privacy, investment and adoption. Launched in November of 2017, the podcast has grown to over 100 episodes with a guest list that is a testament to the diversity of knowledge and opinions that represent the broader Bitcoin community. Expanding his growing list of human interest recordings, documentaries and films Peter has recently launched the Defiance podcast and DefianceTV.
Luke Gromen has 25 years of experience in equity research, equity research sales, and as a macro/thematic analyst. He is the founder and president of macro/thematic research firm FFTT, LLC, which he founded in early 2014 to address and leverage the opportunity he saw created by applying what clients and former colleagues consistently described as a “unique ability to connect the dots” during a time when he saw an increasing “silo-ing” of perspectives occurring on Wall Street and in corporate America.
FFTT caters to institutions and sophisticated individuals by aggregating a wide variety of macroeconomic, thematic and sector trends in an unconventional manner to identify investable developing economic bottlenecks for his clients. Prior to founding FFTT, Luke was a founding partner of Cleveland Research Company, where he worked from 2006-14. At CRC, Luke worked in sales and edited CRC’s flagship weekly thematic research summary piece (“Straight from the Source”) for the firm’s clients. Prior to that, Luke was a partner at Midwest Research, where he worked in equity research and sales from 1996-2006. While in sales, Luke was a founding editor of Midwest’s widely-read weekly thematic summary (“Heard in the Midwest”) for the firm’s clients, in which he aggregated and combined proprietary research from Midwest with inputs from other sources.
Luke Gromen holds a BBA in Finance and Accounting from the University of Cincinnati and received his MBA from Case Western Reserve University. He earned the CFA designation in 2003.
Meltem Demirors is Chief Strategy Officer of CoinShares, an investment firm that manages billions in assets on behalf of a global investor base, and is a trusted partner to investors and entrepreneurs navigating the digital asset ecosystem. Meltem oversees the firm’s managed strategies group and its New York office and leads corporate development.
Previously, she was part of the founding team of Digital Currency Group. As a veteran investor in the digital currency space, she has invested in over 250 companies in the ecosystem.
Meltem is passionate about education and advocacy, and teaches the Oxford Blockchain Strategy Programme and co-chairs the WEF Cryptocurrency Council.