The VOLvengers: Wayne Himelsein (Iron Man) & Mike Green (Captain America)
We’re bringing out the cake & ice cream for this pod because it’s The Derivative’s 1 year anniversary! If you’ve been with us since the beginning – you may fondly remember our inaugural episode The Human Behind The Hedge Fund with Wayne Himelsein.
So, in today’s episode, we brought back Wayne, President and Chief Investment Officer at Logica Capital Advisers, and as a special anniversary bonus – his business partner Michael Green, Chief Strategist at Logica. We’re talking with Mike and Wayne about running a hedge fund and helping clients through the trials and tribulations of 2020, the “two star” problem, Twitter fitting into the business model, straddling volatile calls, inception of the Iron Man (Wayne) and Captain America (Mike)partnership, dynamic of the macro overlay logic, value vs momentum, staying power of the Wall Street Bets model, COVID due diligence, and failure not being part of the Logica vocabulary.
00:00-02:25 = Intro
02:26-22:44 = One Year Anniversary!
22:45-39:35 = Value vs Momentum – when the system needs to breathe / Noise Traders
39:36-50:45 = The Tony Stark/ Captain America Dynamic
50:46-58:58 = The Two-Star Problem
58:59-01:09:05 = Hard-Hitting Tweets
01:09:06-01:21:04 = Favorites
Follow along with Mike (@profplum99)and Wayne (@WayneHimelsein) on Twitter and check out the Logica Capital Advisers website.
Check out our past episode with Wayne here; and our past episode with Mike here.
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