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The Meb Faber Show

Meb Faber

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The Meb Faber Show

The Meb Faber Show

Meb Faber

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Ready to grow your wealth through smarter investing decisions? With The Meb Faber Show, bestselling author, entrepreneur, and investment fund manager, Meb Faber, brings you insights on today’s markets and the art of investing.Featuring some of the top investment professionals in the world as his guests, Meb will help you interpret global equity, bond, and commodity markets just like the pros. Whether it’s smart beta, trend following, value investing, or any other timely market topic, each week you’ll hear real market wisdom from the smartest minds in investing today. Better investing starts here.For more information on Meb, please visit MebFaber.com. For more on Cambria Investment Management, visit CambriaInvestments.com. And to learn about Cambria’s suite of ETFs and other investment offerings, please visit CambriaFunds.com.

Latest Episodes

#198 - Rabi Gupta and Satwick Saxena - EvaBot Is…A Gifting Assistant…It Makes It Easy For Businesses to Send Gifts

In episode 198 we welcome our guests, Rabi Gupta and Satwick Saxena. Rabi and Satwick walk through the early days of EvaBot and how the pair started the company accidentally as a way to improve their networking efforts in Silicon Valley. As a result of some feedback, they launched their company, EvaBot. They discuss building the product from an idea, and deciding that a bot was the solution that would make the product work paired with some additional automation in their operations. Meb follows with some questions on EvaBot’s target market. Rabi and Satwick discuss traction in the real estate and mortgage industries, but feel there are other verticals that offer use cases for EvaBot. The conversation then transitions into the company’s experience with funding. The pair get into their seed round in 2017 and the growth they experienced after that round which served as validation of product market fit. As the conversation winds down, Rabi and Satwick dive into the process behind sourcing all of the great gift products they offer. All this and more in episode 198, including a can’t miss offer at the end of the episode from Rabi and Satwick.

53 MIN10 h ago
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#198 - Rabi Gupta and Satwick Saxena - EvaBot Is…A Gifting Assistant…It Makes It Easy For Businesses to Send Gifts

#197 - Rick Rule - In Resources You Are Either A Contrarian Or You Are Going To Be A Victim

In episode 197 we welcome our guest, Rick Rule. Rick and Meb start with Rick’s background in natural resource investing and Rick getting into his outlook for resources and precious metals. Meb and Rick dive into some of the forces that he sees influencing gold and precious metals prices including negative yielding sovereign bonds, US budget deficits, and potential reversion to the mean for precious metals investing market share. Rick then covers some interesting statistics Sprott has observed in investor interest in natural resource investing. The conversation then shifts to commodities and natural resources more broadly. Rick talks oil and uranium followed by some practical thoughts on portfolio implementation. All this and more in episode 197, including Rick’s most memorable investment.

57 MIN1 w ago
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#197 - Rick Rule - In Resources You Are Either A Contrarian Or You Are Going To Be A Victim

#196 - Minnie Ingersoll - I Do Believe That Innovation In Our Country Is The Huge Bright Spot

In episode 196 we welcome our guest, Minnie Ingersoll. Minnie and Meb start the conversation by getting into venture capital investing and the nature of investing in early startup companies focused on software and data. They get into Minnie’s firm, TenOneTen Ventures and some of what goes into the process of evaluating potential investments. Minnie covers some companies she and her team are particularly excited about. The conversation then shifts to discussing the VC presence and growth in LA. Minnie then moves on to discussing more about the investing process, covering some of the criteria the TenOneTen team think is important to see in founders they are working with, including, the entrepreneur being aligned with the belief that there’s a billion-dollar outcome. All this and more in episode 196, including Minnie’s experience as a co-founder and her most memorable investment.

78 MIN2 w ago
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#196 - Minnie Ingersoll - I Do Believe That Innovation In Our Country Is The Huge Bright Spot

The Best Investment Writing Volume 3: Selected Writing from Prominent Investors and Authors

Last year when we published The Best Investment Writing Volume 2, we offered authors the opportunity to record an audio version of their chapter to be released as a segment of the podcast, and listeners loved it. This year, we’re bringing you the entire volume of The Best Investment Writing Volume 3 in podcast format. You’ll hear from some of the most respected money managers and investment researchers all over the world. Contributors: Jack Vogel, Paul Novell, Mike Philbrick, Rob Arnott, Aswath Damodaran, Corey Hoffstein, Bob Seawright, Wes Gray, Justin J. Carbonneau, Gary Antonacci, Larry Swedroe, Scott Bell, Jack Forehand, Ray Micaletti, Todd Tresidder, Ben Johnson, and Frazer Rice.

337 MIN2 w ago
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The Best Investment Writing Volume 3: Selected Writing from Prominent Investors and Authors

#195 - Top Podcasts 2019 - Replay: Bill Smead, Cam Harvey, Raoul Pal

Episode 195 is a replay of The Meb Faber Show’s top podcasts of 2019. Guests include Bill Smead, Cam Harvey, and Raoul Pal Hear Bill Smead discuss his firm’s value investing process, his view of the investing landscape, and his thoughts about millennials being in position to drive the economy in the future. Next, dig into Cam Harvey’s 1986 dissertation, his research on inverted yield curves and what that means for economic growth and various asset classes, and some thoughts on cryptocurrency and blockchain technology. Finally, listen to Raoul Pal and his take on global growth, where he thinks investment opportunity lies, his discussion of “The Doom Loop,” and risks to the global economy. All this and more in our replay of the top podcasts of 2019.

235 MIN3 w ago
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#195 - Top Podcasts 2019 - Replay: Bill Smead, Cam Harvey, Raoul Pal

The Best Investment Writing Volume 3: Frazer Rice – Preparing For The Hurricane Of Wealth

Last year when we published The Best Investment Writing Volume 2, we offered authors the opportunity to record an audio version of their chapter to be released as a segment of the podcast, and listeners loved it. This year, we’re bringing you the entire volume of The Best Investment Writing Volume 3 in podcast format. You’ll hear from some of the most respected money managers and investment researchers all over the world. Enough from me, let’s let Frazer take over this special episode.

18 MIN3 w ago
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The Best Investment Writing Volume 3: Frazer Rice – Preparing For The Hurricane Of Wealth

#194 - Doug McCormick - I Generally Believe People Underestimate The Duration Of The Time That They Will Be Invested

In episode 194 Meb and Doug kick off the conversation about thinking about a family as a business. Doug discusses the idea that people effectively have two businesses, selling labor in the marketplace, and converting income into financial assets. Doug expands on that by covering the family CFO framework, and that the job of the family CFO is much like a corporate CFO in that they must manage risk and liquidity with the family’s balance sheet. The pair also get into entrepreneurship and thinking about the role entrepreneurship can play in wealth generation. Meb and Doug then get into common mistakes people make, such as underappreciation of a long horizon. They then transition into approaching conversations about wealth with Family, starting with acknowledgement that wealth without management, values, and education can be a liability. As the conversation winds down, Meb and Doug cover some ground about Doug’s day job as a private equity investor and some best practices for private equity allocators. All this and more in episode 194, including Doug’s most memorable investment.

51 MIN2019 DEC 26
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#194 - Doug McCormick - I Generally Believe People Underestimate The Duration Of The Time That They Will Be Invested

The Best Investment Writing Volume 3: Wes Gray – Academic Factor Portfolios are Extremely Painful. Unless you are an Alien.

Last year when we published The Best Investment Writing Volume 2, we offered authors the opportunity to record an audio version of their chapter to be released as a segment of the podcast, and listeners loved it. This year, we’re bringing you the entire volume of The Best Investment Writing Volume 3 in podcast format. You’ll hear from some of the most respected money managers and investment researchers all over the world. Enough from me, let’s let Wes take over this special episode.

15 MIN2019 DEC 24
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The Best Investment Writing Volume 3: Wes Gray – Academic Factor Portfolios are Extremely Painful. Unless you are an Alien.

#193 - Chris Brightman - Here We Are With Emerging Markets Again Trading At A Shiller PE Multiple Less Than Half Of The US Stock Market

In episode 193 we welcome our guest, Chris Brightman. Meb and Chris start the conversation with an evolution of economic and monetary theory over the past decades, and some detail behind Modern Monetary Theory. Chris then expands on inflation, the idea that high inflation is associated with volatile inflation, as well as some ways to protect from high inflation. The pair then get into Research Affiliates’ forward looking asset class return expectations, including, the expectation of a 3.5% real return for the US stock market before any adjustments to valuations and the reality of low and even negative return prospects from fixed income. Chris talks about emerging markets as a potential bright spot. As the conversation winds down, Chris reveals some ways investors can think about implementing the ideas he discusses in the episode, including the literature that shows investors engage in performance chasing, and they’d be far better off taking a buy-and-hold approach to a diversified set of passive instruments. All this and more in episode 193, including a couple of Chris’s most memorable investments.

64 MIN2019 DEC 19
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#193 - Chris Brightman - Here We Are With Emerging Markets Again Trading At A Shiller PE Multiple Less Than Half Of The US Stock Market

The Best Investment Writing Volume 3: Ben Johnson – When Markets Are Tough, Don't Look

Last year when we published The Best Investment Writing Volume 2, we offered authors the opportunity to record an audio version of their chapter to be released as a segment of the podcast, and listeners loved it. This year, we’re bringing you the entire volume of The Best Investment Writing Volume 3 in podcast format. You’ll hear from some of the most respected money managers and investment researchers all over the world. Enough from me, let’s let Ben take over this special episode.

9 MIN2019 DEC 17
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The Best Investment Writing Volume 3: Ben Johnson – When Markets Are Tough, Don't Look

Latest Episodes

#198 - Rabi Gupta and Satwick Saxena - EvaBot Is…A Gifting Assistant…It Makes It Easy For Businesses to Send Gifts

In episode 198 we welcome our guests, Rabi Gupta and Satwick Saxena. Rabi and Satwick walk through the early days of EvaBot and how the pair started the company accidentally as a way to improve their networking efforts in Silicon Valley. As a result of some feedback, they launched their company, EvaBot. They discuss building the product from an idea, and deciding that a bot was the solution that would make the product work paired with some additional automation in their operations. Meb follows with some questions on EvaBot’s target market. Rabi and Satwick discuss traction in the real estate and mortgage industries, but feel there are other verticals that offer use cases for EvaBot. The conversation then transitions into the company’s experience with funding. The pair get into their seed round in 2017 and the growth they experienced after that round which served as validation of product market fit. As the conversation winds down, Rabi and Satwick dive into the process behind sourcing all of the great gift products they offer. All this and more in episode 198, including a can’t miss offer at the end of the episode from Rabi and Satwick.

53 MIN10 h ago
Comments
#198 - Rabi Gupta and Satwick Saxena - EvaBot Is…A Gifting Assistant…It Makes It Easy For Businesses to Send Gifts

#197 - Rick Rule - In Resources You Are Either A Contrarian Or You Are Going To Be A Victim

In episode 197 we welcome our guest, Rick Rule. Rick and Meb start with Rick’s background in natural resource investing and Rick getting into his outlook for resources and precious metals. Meb and Rick dive into some of the forces that he sees influencing gold and precious metals prices including negative yielding sovereign bonds, US budget deficits, and potential reversion to the mean for precious metals investing market share. Rick then covers some interesting statistics Sprott has observed in investor interest in natural resource investing. The conversation then shifts to commodities and natural resources more broadly. Rick talks oil and uranium followed by some practical thoughts on portfolio implementation. All this and more in episode 197, including Rick’s most memorable investment.

57 MIN1 w ago
Comments
#197 - Rick Rule - In Resources You Are Either A Contrarian Or You Are Going To Be A Victim

#196 - Minnie Ingersoll - I Do Believe That Innovation In Our Country Is The Huge Bright Spot

In episode 196 we welcome our guest, Minnie Ingersoll. Minnie and Meb start the conversation by getting into venture capital investing and the nature of investing in early startup companies focused on software and data. They get into Minnie’s firm, TenOneTen Ventures and some of what goes into the process of evaluating potential investments. Minnie covers some companies she and her team are particularly excited about. The conversation then shifts to discussing the VC presence and growth in LA. Minnie then moves on to discussing more about the investing process, covering some of the criteria the TenOneTen team think is important to see in founders they are working with, including, the entrepreneur being aligned with the belief that there’s a billion-dollar outcome. All this and more in episode 196, including Minnie’s experience as a co-founder and her most memorable investment.

78 MIN2 w ago
Comments
#196 - Minnie Ingersoll - I Do Believe That Innovation In Our Country Is The Huge Bright Spot

The Best Investment Writing Volume 3: Selected Writing from Prominent Investors and Authors

Last year when we published The Best Investment Writing Volume 2, we offered authors the opportunity to record an audio version of their chapter to be released as a segment of the podcast, and listeners loved it. This year, we’re bringing you the entire volume of The Best Investment Writing Volume 3 in podcast format. You’ll hear from some of the most respected money managers and investment researchers all over the world. Contributors: Jack Vogel, Paul Novell, Mike Philbrick, Rob Arnott, Aswath Damodaran, Corey Hoffstein, Bob Seawright, Wes Gray, Justin J. Carbonneau, Gary Antonacci, Larry Swedroe, Scott Bell, Jack Forehand, Ray Micaletti, Todd Tresidder, Ben Johnson, and Frazer Rice.

337 MIN2 w ago
Comments
The Best Investment Writing Volume 3: Selected Writing from Prominent Investors and Authors

#195 - Top Podcasts 2019 - Replay: Bill Smead, Cam Harvey, Raoul Pal

Episode 195 is a replay of The Meb Faber Show’s top podcasts of 2019. Guests include Bill Smead, Cam Harvey, and Raoul Pal Hear Bill Smead discuss his firm’s value investing process, his view of the investing landscape, and his thoughts about millennials being in position to drive the economy in the future. Next, dig into Cam Harvey’s 1986 dissertation, his research on inverted yield curves and what that means for economic growth and various asset classes, and some thoughts on cryptocurrency and blockchain technology. Finally, listen to Raoul Pal and his take on global growth, where he thinks investment opportunity lies, his discussion of “The Doom Loop,” and risks to the global economy. All this and more in our replay of the top podcasts of 2019.

235 MIN3 w ago
Comments
#195 - Top Podcasts 2019 - Replay: Bill Smead, Cam Harvey, Raoul Pal

The Best Investment Writing Volume 3: Frazer Rice – Preparing For The Hurricane Of Wealth

Last year when we published The Best Investment Writing Volume 2, we offered authors the opportunity to record an audio version of their chapter to be released as a segment of the podcast, and listeners loved it. This year, we’re bringing you the entire volume of The Best Investment Writing Volume 3 in podcast format. You’ll hear from some of the most respected money managers and investment researchers all over the world. Enough from me, let’s let Frazer take over this special episode.

18 MIN3 w ago
Comments
The Best Investment Writing Volume 3: Frazer Rice – Preparing For The Hurricane Of Wealth

#194 - Doug McCormick - I Generally Believe People Underestimate The Duration Of The Time That They Will Be Invested

In episode 194 Meb and Doug kick off the conversation about thinking about a family as a business. Doug discusses the idea that people effectively have two businesses, selling labor in the marketplace, and converting income into financial assets. Doug expands on that by covering the family CFO framework, and that the job of the family CFO is much like a corporate CFO in that they must manage risk and liquidity with the family’s balance sheet. The pair also get into entrepreneurship and thinking about the role entrepreneurship can play in wealth generation. Meb and Doug then get into common mistakes people make, such as underappreciation of a long horizon. They then transition into approaching conversations about wealth with Family, starting with acknowledgement that wealth without management, values, and education can be a liability. As the conversation winds down, Meb and Doug cover some ground about Doug’s day job as a private equity investor and some best practices for private equity allocators. All this and more in episode 194, including Doug’s most memorable investment.

51 MIN2019 DEC 26
Comments
#194 - Doug McCormick - I Generally Believe People Underestimate The Duration Of The Time That They Will Be Invested

The Best Investment Writing Volume 3: Wes Gray – Academic Factor Portfolios are Extremely Painful. Unless you are an Alien.

Last year when we published The Best Investment Writing Volume 2, we offered authors the opportunity to record an audio version of their chapter to be released as a segment of the podcast, and listeners loved it. This year, we’re bringing you the entire volume of The Best Investment Writing Volume 3 in podcast format. You’ll hear from some of the most respected money managers and investment researchers all over the world. Enough from me, let’s let Wes take over this special episode.

15 MIN2019 DEC 24
Comments
The Best Investment Writing Volume 3: Wes Gray – Academic Factor Portfolios are Extremely Painful. Unless you are an Alien.

#193 - Chris Brightman - Here We Are With Emerging Markets Again Trading At A Shiller PE Multiple Less Than Half Of The US Stock Market

In episode 193 we welcome our guest, Chris Brightman. Meb and Chris start the conversation with an evolution of economic and monetary theory over the past decades, and some detail behind Modern Monetary Theory. Chris then expands on inflation, the idea that high inflation is associated with volatile inflation, as well as some ways to protect from high inflation. The pair then get into Research Affiliates’ forward looking asset class return expectations, including, the expectation of a 3.5% real return for the US stock market before any adjustments to valuations and the reality of low and even negative return prospects from fixed income. Chris talks about emerging markets as a potential bright spot. As the conversation winds down, Chris reveals some ways investors can think about implementing the ideas he discusses in the episode, including the literature that shows investors engage in performance chasing, and they’d be far better off taking a buy-and-hold approach to a diversified set of passive instruments. All this and more in episode 193, including a couple of Chris’s most memorable investments.

64 MIN2019 DEC 19
Comments
#193 - Chris Brightman - Here We Are With Emerging Markets Again Trading At A Shiller PE Multiple Less Than Half Of The US Stock Market

The Best Investment Writing Volume 3: Ben Johnson – When Markets Are Tough, Don't Look

Last year when we published The Best Investment Writing Volume 2, we offered authors the opportunity to record an audio version of their chapter to be released as a segment of the podcast, and listeners loved it. This year, we’re bringing you the entire volume of The Best Investment Writing Volume 3 in podcast format. You’ll hear from some of the most respected money managers and investment researchers all over the world. Enough from me, let’s let Ben take over this special episode.

9 MIN2019 DEC 17
Comments
The Best Investment Writing Volume 3: Ben Johnson – When Markets Are Tough, Don't Look
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