#226 Unwind The Sovereign Bond Bubble
#225 Drinkin’ The Kuppy Kool Aid
#224 Darth Vader is Not Dead
#223 Damped Spring
#222 Understanding What’s Priced Into The Market
#221 PHD Moment
#220 Decelerating But Resilient
#219 News Failure
This week, Jason Shapiro, author of the Crowded Market Report and featured in Jack Schwager’s Unknown Market Wizards, joins us for a fascinating discussion about his life, what made him a pathological contrarian, and how he uses that to make money in the markets.
#218 Rosetta Stone Moment
In this episode, we welcome Jan Szilagyi to the show to talk about his time working with Stanley Druckenmiller, whether he feels that economics is a social or natural science and we learn all about his latest market tool, Toggle.AI.
#217 Buckle Up Buttercup
In this week’s episode, Patrick and Kevin welcome the founder of Alpha Architect, Wes Gray to the show to talk about his unusual career path, what it was like studying under Dr. Eugene Fama and explore his fascinating new product – the BOX ETF.
#216 Kev is Back!
Kevin is finally back from a couple of weeks in Japan, and we are producing this off-cycle show to get caught up on all the action in the markets that he had missed. We have no guest, so it’s just Patrick and Kevin, but don’t fret as we’ll soon be back to our regular scheduled programming with a bunch of great new guests lined up for the summer schedule.
#215 Cycles Against Trends
This week we have an off-schedule show, but we wanted to get one in before some summer holidays makes it tougher. We have Macro Alf in the house to talk about liquidity, his investment process and proper Pizza etiquette when you are in Naples.
#214 Keeping The Show Tight
This episode is a no-guest show, so it’s just Patrick and Kevin shooting the shit about markets and life. Completely understand if you hit stop and tune in to the next show. No one will blame you at all. For the rest of you, we have all the regular Market Huddle segments so stick around!
#213 Macro Musings with Jim Leitner
IIn this episode, we have the pleasure of welcoming back to the show, everyone’s favourite – Jim Leitner. We go over his epic trade from last year, talk about new opportunities he sees in the macro landscape and how he is using AI in his investment process.
#212 Premium to Humility
In this episode, we welcome Neil Azous from Rareview Capital. We have a terrific discussion about his career on Wall Street, the problems with market strategists, and make sure you stick around for his Wien market surprises where Neil gives us two out of the box choices that would for sure bring a smile to Byron’s face.
#211 The Convenient Recession
This week we have the pleasure of welcoming back Vincent Deluard from StoneX. We have a terrific discussion about why the economy might not be as bad as consensus believes, the best way to play the delayed economic weakness, and we find out if Vincent knows his home region of Burgundy better than his adopted city of San Francisco.
#210 The Poor Man’s Prime Broker
In this episode, Patrick and Kevin welcome two fantastic guests to the show – Rupert Mitchell and William Nutting. We find out about Rupert’s career and both Rupert & Will share with us some great stock picks you don’t want to miss.
#209 Wrong Answer to the Right Question
In this episode, Patrick and Kevin welcome Russell Clark to the show. They have a fascinating discussion about his macro process, why Asia is more important than most market participants realize, and why you should never let your kid get into karting. Then, Cem Karsan from Kai Volatility joins to about 0DTE options, why they are so popular and how the volatility market is set up for the coming months.
#208 Tangible 20s
In this episode, we welcome back Dario Perkins from TS Lombard. Dario updates us on his macro views, explains why this is a “fake” cycle, and most importantly, quantifies the moron risk premium.
#207 Red Bull and Vodka Economy
This week we welcome back Harris Kupperman for a special installment of Kuppy’s corner. He gives us his macro views about what he calls “the two speed economy”, but more importantly – he shares with us a new stock that he’s added to his portfolio.
#206 Buying Good Things
This week, Kevin Muir flies solo and welcomes Massif Capital founder Will Thomson to the show. They have a wide ranging discussion about ESG political constraints and the problems and opportunities that arise from the transition of our economy into one less dependent on fossil fuels, and more reliant on renewables. Will shares his top picks and you don’t want to miss the end. Let’s just say this episode is not just lesson for investing, but a lesson for whole life.
#205 Immaculate Disinflation
This week we have the great pleasure of welcoming Charlie McElligott from Nomura. We learn how he became one of Wall Street’s most celebrated strategists. But don’t worry, he also shares with us some insightful views about why markets have been running so hard in January.
#204 Trade Small, Read Widely
This week we have the great pleasure of welcoming Paul Podolsky, Wall Street and hedge fund veteran who has recently written a book called “Master, Minion.” We chat about his career, his experiences on Wall Street and how a conversation with Paul Volcker inspired his latest book.
#203 Sorry, We’re Back!
TRIGGER WARNING: We have no guest in this episode, so it’s just Patrick and Kevin. For those who understand that the guests are best part of ‘huddle, you might just want hit skip and we’ll see you next week. But for the rest of you who are interested in an off-the-cuff fun episode where Patrick and Kevin shoot the shit and talk about markets, stay tuned.
#202 The Money Is In The Thinking
It’s that time of year again – time for our favourite dry indehiscent one-seeded fruit with a woody pericarp, yes – that’s right, Morris Sachs from Inside Baseball with Old Chestnut joins us. As usual, Morris regales us with tales of trading wisdom and most importantly, makes us laugh along the way.
#201 To Survive Disasters, You Need Smiles
In this episode, we welcome Steve Hou from Bloomberg. Steve recently did a presentation at the Bloomberg Portfolio Conference where he spoke about investing in a new inflationary regime, and it’s our great pleasure to talk about his research.
#200 Sorry Patrick…
This is our 200th episode and we’re honoured to share it with the Host of Kuppy’s Corner – Harris Kupperman. Instead of demanding market calls, we explore Harris’ investment process and talk about all the things that he’s learned as a trader and investor. You don’t want to miss this episode. Plus, it’s not all theory – Harris tells us a new short that he has not yet publicly disclosed.
#199 7,8,9,10, Then Venezuela
This week we welcome to the show,Vincent Deluard from StoneX. Vincent comes back to the show to give us an update on inflation. Hint: he doesn’t see it coming down as much as you might think. More importantly, Vincent outlines his new trade to take advantage of this persistent inflation.
#198 Disrespecting the Tail
This week we welcome to the show, Dean Curnutt. Dean is the founder of Macro Risk Advisors and the host of the wonderful podcast, the Alpha Exchange. We talk about his career on Wall Street, the risks facing the market today, and Dean shares with us an unexpected out-of-the-box Byron Wien surprise.
#197 It’s All About Bottlenecks
This week we welcome back Paul Krake from View from the Peak. We have a delightfully entertaining discussion about opportunities in the climate markets, and why Paul thinks the right tail risk for the stock market is woefully underappreciated.
#196 Mastering the Luck
This week we have interview only show, but don’t worry – we have a terrific guest. John Roque from 22V Research joins us to discuss why he thinks the top is in for the stock market, what surprises he sees in store for bonds, and why market participants might not be ready for the new reality.
#195 Calibrating the Showerhead
It’s been a while, but Patrick and Kevin are pleased to welcome Harris Kupperman back to the show for Kuppy’s corner. They talk markets and find out what Harris has been up to this summer.
#194 Talking Like Volcker, Channeling Burns
In this episode, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome Rob Arnott to the show to discuss value versus growth stocks, the yield curve and whether it’s predicting or causes recessions, and why Rob thinks inflation will stay persistently high. Then Brent from SpotGamma is here to talk OPEX.
#193 Understand the Bond King
In this interview-only episode, Patrick and Kevin have the pleasure to be joined by Mary Childs – author of The Bond King: How One Man Made a Market, Built an Empire, and Lost It All. They have a fascinating discussion about her book – with a special emphasis on the trading aspects of Bill Gross and PIMCO’s rise to the top of bond world.
#192 Inflation Guy: Super Hero
In this episode, Patrick and Kevin welcome Michael Ashton from Enduring Investments to the show. They have a great discussion where Mike answers all the questions Kevin had about inflation trading, but didn’t know who to ask.
#191 Past Peak Hawkishness
In this episode, Patrick and Kevin welcome back to the show Barry Knapp from Ironsides Macro. Whether it’s Barry’s take on inflation, his view on finally agreeing with Neel Kashkari about something, or what he expects for the rest of 2022 for the stock market, you don’t want to miss this episode.
#190 Best Economy in 20 Years
In this episode, Patrick and Kevin welcome Boris Schlossberg from BK Forex to the show. They talk about anything and everything, with Boris sharing some great nuggets of trading wisdom, along with some banger trade calls that you don’t want to miss.
#189 Morning Beers
Trigger warning – it’s only Patrick and Kevin on this week’s show, so if you are looking for some insightful market comments, better skip and wait until next week. But for all you crayon chewers, don’t worry, Patrick will read the tea leaves and tell us what he sees in Talking Charts.
#188 Jack Bogle of Hedge Funds
In this episode, Patrick and Kevin welcome Andrew Beer from Dynamic Beta Investments to the show to talk about his time working with Seth Klarman, his founding of one of the largest hedge funds specializing in China in the early 2000s and his latest venture – the Dynamic Beta ETFs.
#187 Old Chestnut Don’t Care
In this episode, Patrick is away and Kevin invites back our good friend Old Chestnut, Morris Sachs to the show to discuss everything from markets to what it’s like to have his own podcast.
#186 There Is No Optimal Policy
In this episode, we welcome the Macro Man himself- Bloomberg’s Cameron Crise. We walk through the current macro environment, exploring the constraints faced by global Central Banks, and what that means for the market, and end with an out-of-the-box surprise you don’t want to miss.
#185 Dusting For Fingerprints
In this episode, Patrick and Kevin welcome Carter Worth to the show and Carter tells us about his methodology for analyzing markets, how he is worried about the coming fallow period, and why gold is something that all investors should consider. Then Kuppy is finally back for Kuppy’s Corner.
#184 TINA the Faceless Mistress
In this episode, Kevin is away so Patrick takes the wheel and welcome back a ‘Huddle favorite, Chief Strategist at Interactive Brokers, Steve Sosnick. They talk Fed, recession risks, the bear market and more. Afterwards Steve will pull out his crayons to join Patrick in Talking Charts.
#183 Grocery Store Beer
In this episode, we’re running old school – it’s just Patrick and Kevin shooting the shit about these crazy markets we are experiencing. Let’s just hope Patrick doesn’t decide to go streaking by the quad, and sticks to chewing crayons instead.
#182 Positional Analysis
In this episode, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome Brent Kochuba from SpotGamma to the show to talk about the chunky option expiration that’s coming up and be sure to stick around because Brent will even share the single stock idea that piqued Kevin’s interest!
#181 Predicting Macro Soup
In this episode, Patrick and Kevin welcome Marko Papic to the show to discuss the war in Ukraine, the situation in China and he gives us a “whisper in the dark” about a trade that some of the biggest, smartest traders are putting on their radar.
#180 Money Talks
In this episode, Kevin takes a much needed day off and Patrick takes the wheel. Patrick welcomes Money Talks’ Michael Campbell to the show to talk inflation, commodities and more. Then Kuppy is back for his usual monthly segment then sticks around to share a box of crayons with the Lord of Crayons.
#179 Some Unpleasant Monetarist Arithmetic
In this episode, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome back Jim Leitner to the show to discuss the dilemma facing the Federal Reserve, what he’s trading to express that view, and what that means for other risk markets.
#178 Soft Patch Soft Landing
In this interview-only episode, Kevin Muir welcomes Dario Perkins from TS Lombard to the show. Dario talks about why Central Bankers are not as powerful as they want to believe, what the risks are for markets in the coming months, and how to position for the upcoming secular changes. He gives a fantastic Don Coxe Page 16 on the way to Page 1 call, and then finishes with a little update on the AC Milan saga.
#177 Carries And Rolls Like A Dog
In this episode, Patrick and Kevin welcome Alfonso Peccatiello to the show. Alfonso tells us why he is short S&Ps, credit spreads, Italian BTPs and most importantly, why pineapple pizza is a travesty that should be outlawed immediately.
#176 It Punches You In The Face
This week is a return to original Market Huddle format, when it was just Kevin and Patrick shooting the shit about markets. Patrick has got his crayons, and Kevin has got his complaints, but don’t worry – next week guests will resume and it will be hopefully back to normal.
#175 Memes of Production
To help Kevin along with his concussion recovery, we are giving him another week off to get some much needed rest. So Patrick is flying solo once again, but our good friend Harris Kupperman is here for his monthly segment and he will stick around for an extended Talking Charts. Get your crayons out!
#174 Loose Pants
In this episode, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome Chesapeake Capital founder, Jerry Parker. They talk about answering the Richard Dennis turtle ad, why he believes in Trend Following plus nothing, and finally, how to adapt that strategy to fantasy hockey.
#173 Crayons vs. Crayons
In this episode, Patrick flies solo – Kevin had a fight with a squash ball and ended up with a mild concussion so he’s taking a week off to recover. But don’t fret, our good friend Chase Taylor joins for an extended Talking Charts session.
#172 A Little Crusty, A Little Rusty
In this episode, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome back to the show, Jimmy Jude. After a terrific March COVID crisis BUY THE MARKET call two years ago, he is back to give us an update on his thinking in this challenging market environment. Folks, this is one episode you don’t want to miss!
#171 There Are No Mulligans In Trading
Join Patrick Ceresna and Kevin muir for this week’s special Kuppy’s Corner. Harris is on fire and you don’t want to miss this one. They talk commodity financial contagion risk, PE companies stealing his picks, and we get an update on Uranium. Also, Rob Koyfman shares a special message.
In this episode, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome Jay Newman to the show. Jay has been a developing markets debt trader for Lehman and Morgan Stanley. He then spent the next two decades working at Elliott Management, being best known as the hedge fund manager who chases dead beat countries for payment on defaulted bonds. As for the next stage of his life, Jay has written a fiction book – UNDERMONEY which is part James Bond, part Liars Poker.
#169 Part Quant Part Discretionary
In this episode, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome option guru Kris Sidial, co-CIO of the Ambrus Group to the show to discuss how the market microstructure has changed the opportunities in volatility strategies. And make sure you stick around to hear his prediction about where the stock market might be headed this summer!
#168 Surprised That Market Is Surprised
This week, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome back Vincent Deluard from Stone X Financial to the show. They have a fascinating discussion about investing in this new inflationary environment, how you should position your portfolio and Vincent even hits us with a Byron Wien surprise that is worthy of his name.
#167 Coiled Spring & Defensive Value
In this episode, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome ‘Huddle favourite, Lyn Alden back to the show. They have a terrific macro discussion about the precarious place the Fed finds itself in, how you might want to position yourself in this environment and what country is called a “coiled spring.” Then, Kuppy is back to walk us through why he thinks the oil rise is just starting, before giving us a new name in a sector that he thinks is just too cheap.
#166 Chasing Commas
In this episode, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome Joseph Wang – the Fed Guy himself to the show. If you want to understand the Inner workings of the Federal Reserve – this is one show you don’t want to miss! And stay tuned for his surprising prediction of what might happen from the upcoming Quantitative Tightening campaign.
#165 The Trades of March 2020
This week, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome to the show Alex Gurevich to talk about his new book; The Trades of March 2020: A Shield Against Uncertainty. Alex said someone should write a book about the market during the COVID crisis, and when no one else did, Alex stepped up to the plate. If you want to know what it’s like to be a hedge fund manager during a market crisis, then this is the conversation for you. Then Kuppy takes the helm and interviews his buddy Mark Moss to chat markets.
#164 Algorithms for Life
In this episode, we welcome back to the show, legendary investor Jim Leitner. We have a fascinating discussion about how Jim sees the markets today. He’s definitely changed his tune from the last time he was on the show – believing the Fed has gone from being a tailwind at your back, to a headwind in your face. Jim explains how he is adjusting his portfolio for this new environment.
#163 Forced Patience
In this episode, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome Wall Street veteran Andy Constan. From his early days at Salomon Brothers, to his experiences at Bridgewater and Brevan Howard, Andy walks us through his fascinating career and he also tells us what we should be watching for as the most important development for 2022. After that, Kevin talks with Paul Schulte about his new book, Money Metaverse: How Crypto Is Reinventing Finance & Property via Tokenization.
#162 Holiday Special! Inside Baseball with Old Chestnut
This week, we break from format and invite to the show Inside Baseball with Old Chestnut stars; Morris Sachs and Liam Allen. As to be expected from these two characters, we have a fun wide-ranging discussion that included everything from how Liam met Morris, to whether Elizabeth Holmes will be found guilty and serve jail time. Morris, Liam, Patrick, Leena and Kevin – a great holiday ‘huddle session special.
#161 Humble Enough To Be A Great Trader
In this episode, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome back to the show, Chase Taylor from Pinecone Macro. They chat about nat gas, Turkey, the Chinese Yuan and end it with Chase’s new favourite commodity that he feels the market is not giving enough love to.
#160 Investing Where Others Won’t
In this episode, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir take a little detour from macro and large cap stock picks to chat with Mariusz Skonieczny from MicroCap Explosions. We learn about his investing methodology and why all Canadians want to do is get high on pot and look for gold. Then Rob Koyfman joins to give his update with Koyfin in Talking Charts.
#159 Never Really Have A Bad Day
In this episode, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome Ironsides Macro founder Barry Knapp to the show. They discuss why the current environment is more like the 1960s than the 1970s, whether we are in the expected monetary tightening connection, and Barry even gives us instructions on how to never really have a bad day.
#158 Absolutely Nothing Special About This Episode
This week for American Thanksgiving, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir return to an old format where it’s just them two shootin’ the shit about markets, Patrick’s love of moose meat, and when he might graduate from crayons to Laurentien coloured pencils.
#157 Stocks, Trades and Rock & Roll
In this episode, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir wIn this episode, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome to the show, legendary Bay Street trader and Rock n Roll promoter, and just one of the nicest guys out there – Mike Wekerle. Tune in to hear his story of the 1987 crash, how they stumbled upon one of the greatest nickel discoveries of all time from a helicopter, and what life is like now owning the idyllic El Mocambo.
#156 Comfortable With Uncertainty
In this episode, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome Leslie Harris to the show to talk about his career – from his early days at the COMEX, to life on the Greenwich Capital desk with our good friend Morris Sachs, to his latest venture as an executive coach.
#155 Giving 125%
In this episode, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome to the show Andrew Simon. Andrew is co-founder of Macro Hive after years as a senior manager at JP Morgan and another Macro Hedge Fund. He shares his philosophy towards markets, and why he likes energy volatility, uranium & much more.Then, we have Nancy Davis from IVOL come back to give us an update on her ETF and finally Kuppy is back for his monthly appearance.
In this episode, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome former Wall Street strategist and IMF Economist, David Woo to the show. They have a great discussion of David’s time at the IMF, what he thinks are the best opportunities out there in the markets today, and why Squid Game is the perfect analogy of the problems in today’s society. Then, in Talking Charts, Rob Koyfman joins to walk us through markets and shares the newest features at Koyfin.
#153 An Interview with a Stock Market Wizard
In this episode, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome to the show Stock Market Wizard, Mike Masters. You won’t want to miss the fascinating discussion with this hedge fund veteran. Mike is one of Kevin’s favourite people to discuss markets with, and it’s a real privilege to have him on the show.
#152 Boomers Are Like Locusts
In this episode, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome the Convexity Maven, Harley Bassman to the show. Harley takes us on a tour of bond trading during the golden age of Liar’s Poker and shares why he thinks rates are headed higher in the coming years.
#151 Trash Cans Move In Real Life
In this episode, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome Darius Dale from 42 Macro. They have a fascinating discussion about the macro landscape and why inflation might be both transitory and secular at the same time. Then Harris Kupperman is back for Kuppy’s corner and it’s jam packed full of energy.
#150 Journey to NutStuff
In this episode, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome William Nutting, the author of the terrifically entertaining and informative newsletter, NutStuff. They have a great discussion covering a range of topics, from problems with Amazon to learning about his favourite motorcycle company.
#149 The Guy with a Gold BMW
In this episode, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome Dario Perkins from TS Lombard. They have a great discussion about the macro environment and find out why Dario is not the ECB’s favourite guy.
#148 Biggest Thing in Macro
This week, Patrick is free-loading in Europe somewhere so Kevin holds down the fort alone but with great guests! First, we get an update from Lyn Alden and what she feels is the biggest thing in macro right now. Then Brent Kochuba from SpotGamma joins the show where we learn what’s happening in the option market and why the apes don’t want to be his friend. And finally, fan favourite and rock-star hedge fund manager Kuppy finishes it off with this month’s installment of Kuppy’s corner.
#147 Retail & Proud
This is the final of our interview-only summer specials, and we saved the most fun for last. You might know him as HorseLover Fat, you might simply know him as Horse, or you could be like Kevin and mistakenly call him HorseFat Lover, either way, one of the funniest, most entertaining and refreshingly great trading accounts on twitter joins us. We don’t ever learn who this mystery man is, but we do get a good insight into his trading techniques, and definitely a few laughs along the way.
#146 Mosler Special Installment
Continuing with interview-only specials, Patrick and Kevin take a break, and allow previous Market Huddle guest (and outstanding economic thinker), David Bezic to grab the controls. And David does not disappoint with an absolute terrific interview of the father-of-MMT and hedge fund legend, Warren Mosler.
#145 Turning the Tables with Morris Sachs
Continuing with interview-only specials, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome fan-favourite Morris Sachs to the show. Morris turns the tables on Kevin, and takes the interviewer chair. Morris digs into all of Kevin’s early childhood traumas and finds out why Kevin loves trying to solve the greatest game ever – this huge puzzle we call the markets.
#144 Technical Analysis with David Keller
In this second installment of interview-only special, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome David Keller to the show for a deep dive on technical analysis. They discuss breadth, sector rotation, seasonality and end with a great discussion on security selection.
#143 Bathe Yourself in Indifference
In this first installment of interview-only summer specials, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome to the show Marko Papic, partner & chief strategist at Clock Tower Group and the author of “Geopolitical Alpha.” Marko shares his framework for combining geopolitics and the markets, and even goes on to answer that age old question “how much does moving from cold Canada to sunny Santa Monica help with investment process?”
#142 Kuppy Takes the Wheel
In this episode, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir take a backseat and let fan-favourite Harris Kupperman aka Kuppy interview Josh Young from Bison Interests. Josh has been hitting out of the park when it comes to his energy picks, and he comes back to the Market Huddle to give us his new picks.
#141 Not A Maximalist
In this episode, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome to the show, Alfonso Peccatiello, head of investments for a large European bank and author of The Macro Compass. They have a terrific discussion about the macro environment and why even though the sovereign is a currency issuer and not a user, there are still major disinflationary tendencies that are difficult to overcome.
#140 Self-Taught Quant
In this episode, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome quantitative portfolio manager and volatility specialist, Harel Jacobson to the show. They discuss how he got into the business, how he trades volatility and why his brokers won’t give him quotes on Mexican Peso/South African Rand options anymore.
#139 Fives Are Even More Round
In this episode, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome FX veteran and author of the book Alpha Trader, Brent Donnelly to the show. They have a wide ranging discussion about the qualities that go into making great traders, the biggest mistakes they make and why EDM music is the best backdrop for the trader squawk. Then Kuppy is back to talk about oil and meme stocks.
#138 Aggressive Monsters
In this episode, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome bond veteran Mike MacBain from East Coast Fund Management to the show. They have a terrific discussion about credit spreads, how the industry has changed, and what the Fed is trying to accomplish with their recent shift. Then, Morris is back, and even more Morris than usual!
#137 The Two Yellow Metals
In this episode, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome yellow metal entrepreneur, Amir Adnani to the show. Amir shares his take on royalties and why gold and uranium are at the top of his list for attractive investments.
#136 200ft Below Sea Level
In this episode, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome Phil Schmitt to the show Phil has a long career on bay street as a derivatives trader and hedge fund manager. They have a terrific discussion about the problems with the 60/40 portfolio, active vs. passive, ESG and what he thinks is the biggest risk out there – inflation.Then, Will Thomson from Massif Capital is back on the show to talk about his latest gold pick and the problems with the Chinese nuclear leak.
#135 Everything Is An Option
In this episode, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome Diego Parrilla to the show. They have a terrific macro discussion about anti-bubbles, how the governments are transforming the problems and why everything is an option. Then Kuppy is back – this time, he’s live with Patrick in Miami
#134 Summer of George
In this episode, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome back to the show, the godfather of options positioning, Cem Karsan. They have a terrific discussion about why regular folk should care about dealer inventories and why traders might think about pulling a Costanza when it comes to their summer positioning. Then we have the good fortune to have Edwin Dorsey from the Bear Cave Newsletter join to talk about his new letter focusing on short selling.
#133 Zero Never Wins
In this episode, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome back to the show, fan favourite, Jim Leitner. They have a fascinating discussion about how retail traders can make their own digital options, why Jim likes uranium stocks and then, we have a Huddle first – our very own social science experiment you won’t want to miss!
#132 Nailing Jello To The Wall
In this episode, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome US-China Series co-founder, Paul Krake. They have a fascinating discussion about his career at some of the most prestigious hedge funds, and his unique view of how the macro landscape will unfold in coming years
#131 Lessons of History
In this episode, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome back to the show, Lyn Alden. We get an update on Lyn’s trades from her last appearance, and then she shares what she sees as the risks and opportunities going forward.
#130 Enter Chamath Stage Right
In this episode, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome back to the show, Jamie Wise from Periscope Capital. They have a terrific discussion about the new BUZZ index, what it’s like being in business with David Portnoy, and what the SPAC market has in store for us in the coming months. Then, it’s that time of the month again – fan favourite Kuppy is back to regale us with his latest adventures in Kuppy’s corner.
#129 Smarter Than Me Clients
In this episode, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome back to the show, Chase Taylor form Pinecone Macro. They have a fascinating discussion about his favourite investments. To say Chase is contrarian could be the understatement of the year. Stick around to find out what Chase is buying and why.
#128 Inflation Obsession
In this episode, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome Vincent Deluard from Stone X to the show. They have a terrific macro discussion that you don’t want to miss and they might even figure out what’s up with Vincent’s inflation obsession.
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#127 Good Process, Bad Outcome
In this episode, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome Ted Seides from Capital Allocators podcast. They have a fascinating discussion about his storied career, the wealth of wisdom that he has picked up over his years dealing with fund managers, and most importantly – what it was like losing a million bucks to Warren Buffett.
#126 Political Risk Heavy
In this episode, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome Will Thomson from Massif Capital. They have a fascinating discussion about opportunities in off-the-beaten-path commodity companies, along other unique value investments he is making. Then Kuppy is back and he is starting a new position that might just surprise you!
#125 Guy the Gimli Glider
In this shortened Easter weekend episode, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome Guy LeBas, the chief fixed income strategist from Janney Montgomery Scott, to the show to explain bond auctions, why the SLR isn’t a big deal, and why when equity traders talk about issues going special, it’s time to go the other way.
#124 Tri-Polar World
In this episode, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome Jay Pelosky from TPW Advisory. They have a great discussion about macro thematic investing, what is a Tri-Polar World, and even find out what it was like to work for investing legends, Barton Biggs and Byron Wien. Then, we have the great pleasure to have Barton back on the show to announce the launch of his new service – Fed.Tips
#123 Global Economy Superman
In episode #123, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome Aidan Garrib from Pavilion Global Markets to talk about China’s macro plans, the way to trade the whole growth vs. value dynamic and why he is not allowed out after 8pm. Then Morris Sachs joins to talk about markets and at one point, he made Leena spit out her coffee with laughter – you can guess when!
#122 Cuckoo for Cocoa Puffs
In episode #122, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome Gavekal Research CEO Louis-Vincent Gave to the show where they have a terrific discussion about why the market doesn’t like the US policy setting, what might replace bonds as the next anti-fragile asset, and why you can take the boy out of France but you can’t take Marxism out of the boy. Then, Brent Kochuba from SpotGamma joins to give us an update on how the option market is setting up for this week’s quad-witching expiry and to talk about if the market makers found a way to de-weaponize gamma.
#121 Buzzing with Macro Hive
In episode #121, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome Macro Hive founder Bilal Hafeez to the show. to talk to us about what he is seeing in the markets. Then Kuppy is back for our monthly Kuppy’s Corner.
#120 Listen to the Game Master
In episode #120, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome Jim Leitner to the show to talk about his career, his investment philosophy and the best trade of his life.
#119 Michael Lewis Ruined My Life
In episode #119, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome Cameron Crise from Bloomberg to the show to talk about his career, the current state of the markets and why Michael Lewis ruined his life. Then in Talking Charts, Patrick does his usual voodoo to divine where the markets are headed next week.
#118 Public Venture Capital
In episode #118, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome Dan Carlson from Tailwinds Research. Dan is a microcap stock picker and he shares three of his favourite names. Then in Talking Charts, Patrick consults the oracle to divine what might lay ahead for the markets.
#117 Spreading Sunshine
In episode #117, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome Interactive Brokers Chief Strategist, Steve Sosnick to the show. They have a fantastic discussion about the GameStop saga, what it means for the market (hint – Steve thinks it’s potentially as transformative as the 1987 crash), and most importantly – Steve explains how the GameStop short interest became bigger than the float. Then, Kuppy is back! He is calling in from Puerto Rico – can’t miss a Kuppy’s corner in this crazy market.
#116 Chaos Asset
In episode #116, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome Brian Krogsgard from Ledger Status. Brian gives us no-coiners a terrific run down of the crypto landscape. Even those disbelievers of the bits-in-the-sky will find this a wonderful interview!
#115 Still HODL’ng
In episode #115, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome back Lyn Alden to the show to discuss macro state of the markets, and what worries her going forward. Then Zach Resnick from Unbounded Capital joins to talk about crypto currencies and why his firm is focusing on Bitcoin SV.
#114 Democratizing Alternatives
In episode #114, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome Julian Klymochko to the show to talk about the state of arbitrage, and what the heck is going with these SPACS.Then Morris Sachs returns to the show to tell us what he thinks of the markets.
#113 Charming Vanna
In episode #113, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome Cem Karsan to the show and they have a fantastic discussion about SPX option flow, and he explains to us who this VANNA is that everyone is talking about. Then Kuppy returns to review his trades from last year and to tell us about his new exciting project.
#112 Holiday Special with Jack Schwager Part 2
In episode #112, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome the author of Unknown Market Wizards, Jack Schwager back to the show to kick off the new year in this second half of the two-part Holiday Special series.
#111 Holiday Special with Jack Schwager Part 1
In episode #111, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir bring you the first half of two-part Holiday Special, with the author of Market Wizards, Jack Schwager.
#110 An Unknowable Future
In episode #110, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome Michael Gayed from Toroso Investments, to have a great discussion about different strategies to help navigate these interesting markets.
#109 The Ability To Say You’re Wrong
In episode #109, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome legendary newsletter writer, Dennis Gartman to the show to talk about his 35 years of writing one of the most popular newsletters in the markets, and Dennis shares who he thinks is the best trader of all time. Then, Dave Floyd from Aspen Trading Group joins Patrick and Kevin for Talking Charts and gives us his insights.
#108 Secular Ceiling
In episode #108, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome Eric Basmajian from EPB Research to the show to give Kevin’s MMT-here-comes-inflation-thesis a dose of cold water. Then, Kuppy is finally back to give us his update.
#107 The Ketchup Effect
In episode #107, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome back Andreas Steno Larsen from Nordea to the show to discuss the state of European markets. Then Erik Townsend of MacroVoices joins the show to talk about Abaxx Technologies.
#106 Trades That Work No Matter What
In episode #106, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome Frances Donald, the Global Chief Economist and head of the Macro Strategy at Manulife Investment Management. They have a terrific discussion on the ramifications of the recent Mnuchin treasury headlines, impact of COVID on the economy and what this means for your portfolio.
#105 Pancaking Curves
In episode #105, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome back to the show, R.J. O’Brien’s institutional eurodollar broker Alex Manzara. They talk about the different colours of Eurodollars, and some of the cheapest vol out there. Then Visual Capitalist’s Jeff Desjardins joins to walk us through his new book, Signals.
#104 Dumbest Man Alive
In episode #104, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome Michael Green from Logia Funds to the show and have a wide ranging conversation about Mike’s career and what he sees as the biggest risk out there.
#103 Applying Chicago School to Energy Markets
In episode #103, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome Josh Young from Bison Interests to talk about the macro picture for oil & gas, and a couple of companies posed to take advantage of the current dire environment. Then Brent Kochuba from Spotgamma.com joins to give us a special election gamma set up that you won’t want to miss!
#102 Put On Your Commodity Hat
In episode #102, Patrick Ceresna is back with Kevin Muir and they welcome veteran FX prop trader, David Kreisa to the show to talk about his time in the early 1990s when foreign exchange trading was the true wild west of financial markets. David also tells us the story of when the Swiss National Bank let the EURo-Swiss floor drop out, and finally, he shares with us some terrific wisdom for all the young traders out there.
#101 Take Your Losses Quickly
In episode #101, Patrick Ceresna is away and Kevin Muir welcomes Nick Givanovic who shares the story of his career working in London for JPM and Salomon Brothers, then running his own hedge fund, and finally retiring to the Bahamas where he is busy trading and saving the local animals. Then Morris Sachs returns to the show as a special guest and fills in for Patrick.
#100 Monetary Dominance
In episode #100, Kuppy joins Kevin Muir as the guest co-host while Patrick Ceresna is away. They welcome Lyn Alden back to the show where they talk about debt cycles, fiscal & monetary policy and even bitcoin.
#99 The Tequila Theory of Money
In episode #99, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome Ronnie Stoeferle from Incremntum to discuss gold, inflation and the intricacies of Austrian soccer.Then Kuppy is back for another update and to tell us about his new largest position.
#98 Dirty Harry of the Oil Market
In episode #98, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome to the show, oil specialist and internet sensation, Tracy Shuchart, otherwise known as @chigrl. No WTF clip this week but stick around for No Stupid Questions where Kevin and Patrick answer listener questions and Skin in the Game, where they’ll make their weekly bet!
#97 Weaponized Gamma
In episode #97, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir first welcome Spot Gamma’s Brent Kochuba to the show to discuss deeper into the SoftBank whale’s strategy and talk about the ramifications of the increased popularity of options. Then they welcome this week’s second guest, the one and only Goddess of Grains, Angie Setzer to talk grains.
#96 Cocktail Party Bullsh*t
In episode #96, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome back Morris Sachs to the show to talk about option trading, gold and why hedge funds are a bad investment. Then we introduce our new segments, No Stupid Questions and Skin in the Game.
#95 Invest In A World That Is
In episode #95, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome Michael Batnick to the show. We learn how he came to be part of the team at Ritholtz Wealth Management, what clients should do in this new era of super low interest rates, and most importantly, what are the Toronto Raptors chances of winning two in a row. Then Kuppy is back with his monthly update.
#94 A Feature, Not A Bug
In episode #94, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome back David Bezic, an independent economic consultant who will walk us through how the monetary and fiscal responses are affecting both the economy and the markets.
#93 Macro Chatting with Chase
In episode #93, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir decided to do something a little different and have a good old fashion, shoot the shit session with our pal, Chase Taylor from Pinecone Macro.
#92 The Dollar and Bond Bull Markets Are Not Over
In episode #92, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome Steven Van Metre from Atlas Financial Advisors to the show, where Steve walks us through his deflationary macro forecast. Then, Julia Cordova joins to tell us her 3 favorite trades and talks some charts!
#91 Deep Dive into Technical Analysis
In episode #91, Patrick Ceresna and Kevin Muir welcome Larry Berman from ETF Capital to the show to talk about technical analysis, behavioral finance, and his outlook on the markets. Then, Kuppy is back with a story of how he went from thestreet.com teenage trading wonder kid to the best crypto-fraud, bull market riding hedge fund manager out there.
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