Alex Gurevich

Featuring Alex Gurevich

Alex Gurevich, author and CIO / Founder of HonTe Investments, walks us through this week’s Think Piece on the power of causality in a complex world, discussing the difference between sufficiency and necessity, actionable trades around China’s devaluation, and introducing us to his new book, ‘The Next Perfect Trade: A Magic Sword of Necessity’, on building a strong trading framework around logic.

Published on
8 September, 2015
Topic
China, US Dollar, Trading
Duration
44 minutes
Asset class
Bonds/Rates/Credit, Equities, Currencies
Rating
38

Comments

  • SJ

    Suzanne J.

    22 9 2015 05:05

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    Looking forward to reading the book. Thanks again.

  • DO

    David O.

    14 9 2015 22:11

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    Highly entertaining - v amusing character

  • DR

    Daniel R.

    11 9 2015 05:58

    4       0

    Just superb. Have to watch over.

  • AA

    Ali A.

    10 9 2015 13:08

    1       11

    Less book plugging and more content please

  • CH

    Calvin H.

    10 9 2015 02:10

    3       0

    Interesting and the hi IQ is there, but if he basing his China strategy on 'a lot of reading', thinking he understands the concept of face and has not experienced China 1st hand...good luck

  • SL

    Stephen L.

    9 9 2015 19:32

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    Delighted you got Alex back. Looking forward to this book of his.

  • TJ

    Terry J.

    9 9 2015 08:26

    2       0

    Alex has some very interesting views and I can't wait to read his book.

  • E

    Erik .

    9 9 2015 04:40

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    While I don't wish to disagree with in particular this platform's consensus short CNY view the specific argument in this piece had me mentally visualising chart of S&P v $ involuntary. Justsayin...

  • JS

    John S.

    9 9 2015 04:11

    6       0

    Very interesting indeed. Please make Alex a regular guest

  • PD

    Philip D.

    9 9 2015 00:26

    19       1

    Oh...how I wish I could spend my time working & learning from such investors :-( Fortunately they write books. For those interested in purchasing Alex's book: http://goo.gl/08Weyy