The tenth episode of All About Your Benjamins The Podcast welcomes yet another member of the Newfound Research crew. I’m joined by Nathan Faber, Vice President of Investment Strategies, to discuss a paper he recently wrote comparing a dollar-cost averaging strategy with a lump sum investment strategy. You might be surprised to learn which strategy the research suggests is optimal. We’ll discuss Nathan’s research, the psychological aspect of choosing one strategy over the other, and how to decide which approach is best under different circumstances.
We also discuss Nathan’s background as a chemical engineer, how he landed at Newfound and staying true to my roots, we also discuss intermittent fasting.
I really enjoyed my time with Nathan, and I hope to have him on the show again to discuss future research papers.
I hope you enjoy!
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