The Due Dilly Podcast – Global Impact, Fed Tapering, and Advisory Trends
Welcome to the September edition of the Due Dilly Podcast. Today’s discussion is going to include something abstract for our quants out there, something useful that consultants and their clients can relate to, and some practical ideas that consultants can implement today. As always, Nik Boucher will be supported by Joe Mallen, Chief Investment Officer, and Jason Van Thiel, Director of Research at Helios Quantitative Research.
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