#141 - Radio Show - 34 of 40 Countries Have Negative 52 Week Momentum...Big Tax Bills for Mutual Fund Investors...and Listener Q&A

55 minutes

Episode 141 has a radio show format. We cover tweets of the month from Meb as well as listener Q&A.

For Tweets of the Month, a few topics we cover include:

  • A tweet from Charlie Bilello covering the range of equity returns over the past 11 years, from the U.S. +135% to Russia -48%.
  • Norbert Kiemling’s tweet about his team’s updated data that shows 34 of 40 countries with negative 52 week momentum.
  • Jason Zweig’s article on tax bills for mutual fund investors.

We then get into listener Q&A, a few questions we touch on include:

  • How can I find a good mentor in this field?
  • How can I build a network without Ivy League or Silicon Valley connections?
  • What knowledge, skills, degrees, certifications are most important and how do you recommend I obtain those skills?

 There’s this and plenty more in episode 141.

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