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What Goes Up

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The J Capital Research podcast about capital markets and the art and science of investing. Music: "Avalon Blues" by Mississippi John Hurt. The podcasts are for information purposes only and should not be relied upon as investment advice.

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The J Capital Research podcast about capital markets and the art and science of investing. Music: "Avalon Blues" by Mississippi John Hurt. The podcasts are for information purposes only and should not be relied upon as investment advice.

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Really great interviews!

By Jordanwho - Sep 12 2017
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Anne has always had a one-of-a-kind take on the world and she brings this insight to her unique interviews.

Informative, specialized, and interesting

By ChinaBear82 - Aug 14 2017
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I love this podcast. J Capital has been on the forefront of Chinese economic analysis for years and they have always said what needs to be said. Anne Stevenson-Yang has had many years of experience working in China and it is clear that she knows what she is talking about. Those who are interested in a specific, factual, and specialized approach to the Chinese economy will benefit from this podcast.

iTunes Ratings

12 Ratings
Average Ratings
10
0
1
1
0

Really great interviews!

By Jordanwho - Sep 12 2017
Read more
Anne has always had a one-of-a-kind take on the world and she brings this insight to her unique interviews.

Informative, specialized, and interesting

By ChinaBear82 - Aug 14 2017
Read more
I love this podcast. J Capital has been on the forefront of Chinese economic analysis for years and they have always said what needs to be said. Anne Stevenson-Yang has had many years of experience working in China and it is clear that she knows what she is talking about. Those who are interested in a specific, factual, and specialized approach to the Chinese economy will benefit from this podcast.
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What Goes Up

Latest release on Mar 04, 2018

The Best Episodes Ranked Using User Listens

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Rank #1: Roger Lowenstein

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Roger Lowenstein is one of the great minds of the financial world and has been observing and writing about Wall Street now for four decades. Roger is author of a full shelf of best-selling books about Wall Street, from When Genius Failed to The End of Wall Street, and the newest, America's Bank. Acerbic, clear-thinking, and richly informed with historical knowledge, Roger brings a rare breadth of understanding to parsing what makes the markets work. In this discussion, he talks about the Fed and the creation of a U.S. central bank, its best and worst governors, and why our economy and politics are in this parlous state.

Oct 20 2017

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Rank #2: Investing in Entertainment

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Jordan Moelis is one of a breed of young hedge fund managers--he founded Deep Field in his mid-twenties--who came up during the industry boom after the global financial crisis. Here he talks about some of the stresses and rewards of being directly answerable for results. He also takes a look at movies and entertainment, a specialty of Deep Field. Deep Field runs a concentrated portfolio of well-researched ideas.

Aug 25 2017

34mins

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Rank #3: Big Food Getting Smaller

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The price of food at the grocery store has been declining for two years and yet the price of the big packaged food companies on the stock exchanges has been rising. This opposition will not long stand. Evan Lorenz, one of the great financial journalists of that Wall Street sacred text, Grant's Interest Rate Observer, talks about Big Food and some clumsiness on the part of the usually deft investors 3G and Berkshire Hathaway.

Jul 29 2017

29mins

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Rank #4: "Constantly Reinventing Yourself"

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William Bao Bean knows more than almost anyone about the Chinese internet. Currently the Managing Director of Chinaccelerator, a start-up accelerator based in Shanghai, William has been helping Chinese tech companies get started for nearly 15 years. He was one of the earliest and most plugged-in industry analysts, working at Deutsche Bank, Bank of America, and Bear Stearns, and he did private investing with Softbank China & India Holdings and SingTel Innov8. In this discussion, William talks about online travel, search, gaming, payments, advertising, and what it takes to compete on the Chinese Internet.

Sep 08 2017

48mins

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Rank #5: Disrupting Brokerage

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Since 2008, Jos Evans has been trading commodities. Few people on the planet know as much as he does about iron ore. In his trading career, he grew frustrated with the arcane world of Inter Dealer Brokers, the ~$6 billion industry that anonymizes transactions so that traders buying or selling large blocks of assets don't get front run by purpose-built algorithm robots that run around looking for big trades. Traders need the IDBs, but in the trading world, they are relative dinosaurs. Trades are placed on chat and messenger tools, and the IDB relies on humans to gather information from buyers and sellers. Jos and his AI-X team have a new solution, based on artificial intelligence. In this episode, Jos talks about the AI Exchange and about what's happening with commodities today.

Sep 22 2017

28mins

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