#226 - Vineer Bhansali, LongTail Alpha - The Bigger Question To Me Is Not Whether Tail Risk Hedging Is Good Or Bad, But Whether It Is Good Or Bad For Your Current Portfolio Posture

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In episode 226 we welcome our guest, Vineer Bhansali, CIO of LongTail Alpha. In today’s episode, we’re talking current markets and tail risk hedging.

We get into what has been going on in markets, and talk about asymmetric portfolio construction. We discuss recent market liquidity, and how it is the worst Vineer has seen in his career.

We cover tail risk hedging, and walk through some examples of how to implement, and how different techniques fare in various environments.

All this and more in episode 226 with Vineer Bhansali.

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