During this Pythagoras Investing podcast with Equity mates, CEO Michael Dee discusses his experience during the 2008 Global Financial Crisis. As most investors fled from equity markets, Michael was gathering investors to start his own fund. In this interview, we discuss what he saw that led him to predict a market crash, and what he learnt from that experience.
Before listening to this episode make sure you check out Part 1 of the interview.
In Part 2 of the interview you will hear:
- Why Michael quit his job in 2008 to start his own fund
- How his fund managed to outperform the market and most other funds in its early years
- A historic perspective on the GFC
- Some of the key indicators Michael sees as pointing to another financial crisis
- Collateralised Loan Obligations … why its never different this time
- Why Michael doesn’t recommend reading books about investing
- The key pieces of advice he thinks all young investors should follow
- VIX and have we learnt from Financial manipulation
Listen to part 2 below.
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Republished from an interview with EquityMates.com
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