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Market Narratives is a podcast series hosted by Investment Magazine that features unorthodox conversations with thought leaders influencing the world of fiduciary investors. Investment Magazine is the leading publication for Australia's $3 trillion superannuation industry. It provides trusted news, analysis and editorial on the issues impacting superannuation funds, such as regulation, asset allocation, portfolio construction, governance, as they strive to secure better retirement outcomes f ...
 
The Contrarian Investor podcast gives voice to those who challenge a prevailing narrative in financial markets. Each episode features an interview with a hedge fund manager, investor, economist or other market participant. The goal is to educate all listeners with an interest in asset allocation and ultimately to provide actionable ideas to the institutional investor community.
 
Here We Stand is the official voice of The Covenanters, a separatist spiritual and political movement that is establishing free and independent sovereign communities under the Law of God. The weekly program is a platform to unite and mobilize the revolutionary remnant who are forming the basis of the new society. The Covenanters' Founding Declaration can be ordered at https://www.amazon.com/dp/1974273474 The Covenanters and its radio program Here We Stand can be contacted at congregationalco ...
 
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Paul Howe has a novel theory that could help explain the current state of humanity. Adolescence, he says, isn’t so much a time of life as a state of mind – and it’s transforming our adult world. Also, why an emphasis on human rights has failed to reduce global inequality; and redefining minimalism as “intentional living”.…
 
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Private assets are appealing for their attractive risk-return properties and diversification potential not available to investors limited to public markets, but as demand rises for private assets in the search for alpha, liquidity risk has become a growing concern for investors Michelle Teng, vice president of PGIM's Institutional Advisory & Soluti…
 
The technology sector has a long history of designing devices to lock in customers and accelerate consumption. But “planned obsolescence” as it’s called is facing a push-back. We also speak with Margaret Mitchell, who helped set up the AI ethics group at Google, only to find she was shown the door when the company’s bosses didn’t like what she had …
 
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Simon Chesterman argues for a new global agency to regulate the development of artificial intelligence. One that would also ensure an equitable distribution of its benefits. Professor Chesterman, the Dean of the Law at the National University of Singapore, says discussion around AI has been dominated by the US, Europe and China, but smaller Asian n…
 
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While many asset allocators might view emerging market debt as volatile and a tactical investment, there's perhaps more strategic value in the asset class than many give it credit for, Aaron Grehan, Aviva Investors deputy head of Emerging Market Debt and hard currency portfolio manager explains in an interview with Matthew Smith. Grehan argues that…
 
If you think coal is controversial, spare a thought for nuclear energy. It may not be everybody’s choice as a replacement for fossil fuels, but the technology is evolving, new reactors are being built and researchers are working on making them smaller and mobile. In this episode we give an overview on the size and scale of the nuclear energy sector…
 
Technologies that have decimated and transformed the retail and manufacturing sectors are finally 'knocking at the doors' of the services sector, Taimur Hyat, chief operating officer at PGIM explains in an interview with Amanda White. Hyat argues that institutional investors need to build a higher level of technology education within their in-house…
 
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Google has affirmed its decision to ban all third-party cookies from its popular Chrome browser by the end of 2023. Cookies have long under-pinned the business model for online marketing. Some analysts are predicting a “cookiepocalypse”. But others say that’s hard to swallow. Also, the world is currently facing a global shortage of computer chips. …
 
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The big traditional religions of the world are losing followers, but not just, as is commonly thought, to atheism and secularism. Religion as such won't die any time soon because human beings are “hard-wired” to believe in the religious and the supernatural. Some analysts say the world is experiencing a shift toward individualistic spiritual expres…
 
Get this podcast episode without ads and receive episodes up to a full week before regular subscribers. You also get the Daily Contrarian briefing and mini-podcast each morning. Sign up through our Substack or Supercast. Dominque Mielle joins the podcast to discuss the transformation of the hedge fund industry, as encapsulated in her book 'Damsel i…
 
Amid increasing allocations to real assets by asset owners and pension funds globally, PGIM's Harsh Parikh puts forward a framework for thinking which encourages funds to tailor their approach to each individual asset and avoid making assumptions by using off the shelf benchmarks and historical averaging. Parikh also puts some numbers around the st…
 
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