In Search of Green Marbles podcast

In Search of Green Marbles

Weiss Multi-Strategy Advisers

Presented by Weiss Multi-Strategy Advisers

17 Episodes

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    E13 - What to Watch in DC: Seinfeld or MacGyver

    26:04

    Disclosures: This podcast and associated content (collectively, the “Post”) are provided to you by Weiss Multi-Strategy Advisers LLC (“Weiss”). The views expressed in the Post are for informational purposes only and are subject to change without notice. Information in this Post has been developed internally and is based on market conditions as of the date of the recording from sources believed to be reliable. Nothing in this Post should be construed as investment, legal, tax, or other advice and should not be viewed as a recommendation to purchase or sell any security or adopt any investment strategy. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. You should consult your own advisers regarding business, legal, tax, or other matters concerning investments. Weiss has no control over information at any external site hyperlinked in this Post. Weiss makes no representation concerning and is not responsible for the quality, content, nature, or reliability of any hyperlinked site and has included hyperlinks only as a convenience. The inclusion of any external hyperlink does not imply any endorsement, investigation, verification, or ongoing monitoring by Weiss of any information in any hyperlinked site. In no event shall Weiss be responsible for your use of a hyperlinked site. This is not intended to be an offer or solicitation of any security. Please visit www.gweiss.com to review related disclosures and learn more about Weiss.
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    E12 - Nothing Will Stop Crypto This Year

    19:28

    Resources:How the Blockchain Will Radically Transform the EconomyWhy Blockchain Companies FailWhat are DAOs?:The Future of OrganizationsDisclosures: This podcast and associated content (collectively, the “Post”) are provided to you by Weiss Multi-Strategy Advisers LLC (“Weiss”). The views expressed in the Post are for informational purposes only and are subject to change without notice. Information in this Post has been developed internally and is based on market conditions as of the date of the recording from sources believed to be reliable. Nothing in this Post should be construed as investment, legal, tax, or other advice and should not be viewed as a recommendation to purchase or sell any security or adopt any investment strategy. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. You should consult your own advisers regarding business, legal, tax, or other matters concerning investments. Weiss has no control over information at any external site hyperlinked in this Post. Weiss makes no representation concerning and is not responsible for the quality, content, nature, or reliability of any hyperlinked site and has included hyperlinks only as a convenience. The inclusion of any external hyperlink does not imply any endorsement, investigation, verification, or ongoing monitoring by Weiss of any information in any hyperlinked site. In no event shall Weiss be responsible for your use of a hyperlinked site. This is not intended to be an offer or solicitation of any security. Please visit www.gweiss.com to review related disclosures and learn more about Weiss.
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    E11 - Jordi Time Traveled to Dec. 2022. Here's What Happened...

    22:11

    Disclosures: This podcast and associated content (collectively, the “Post”) are provided to you by Weiss Multi-Strategy Advisers LLC (“Weiss”). The views expressed in the Post are for informational purposes only and are subject to change without notice. Information in this Post has been developed internally and is based on market conditions as of the date of the recording from sources believed to be reliable. Nothing in this Post should be construed as investment, legal, tax, or other advice and should not be viewed as a recommendation to purchase or sell any security or adopt any investment strategy. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. You should consult your own advisers regarding business, legal, tax, or other matters concerning investments. Weiss has no control over information at any external site hyperlinked in this Post. Weiss makes no representation concerning and is not responsible for the quality, content, nature, or reliability of any hyperlinked site and has included hyperlinks only as a convenience. The inclusion of any external hyperlink does not imply any endorsement, investigation, verification, or ongoing monitoring by Weiss of any information in any hyperlinked site. In no event shall Weiss be responsible for your use of a hyperlinked site. This is not intended to be an offer or solicitation of any security. Please visit www.gweiss.com to review related disclosures and learn more about Weiss.
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    Ep. 10 - Juggling & Rabbit Hole Learning: A Discussion on Jordi Visser’s New Paper

    24:16

    Jordi’s new paper has it all—juggling, neuroplasticity, his Bayesian views of asset allocation, and why reading books is a waste of time.How does rabbit hole learning relate to the art of juggling? A formative experience for Jordi was meeting Jill Bolte Taylor who helped him understand that you can structurally change your brain by learning new things. Juggling, in fact, will change the brain and, while it is harder to learn this skill as an older person, the benefits are the same as that of a younger person.Jordi’s prognostications for 2022 were a somewhat insignificant part of the paper, which flies in the face of most people getting out their crystal balls this time of year. This was largely because Jordi views Web 3.0 as being a car in the left lane doing 150 mph while everyone is focusing on the car in the right lane with hazard lights on doing 45 mph. With the talent and capital flooding the crypto space, Jordi was deliberate in minimizing the traditional world.Jordi thinks Bitcoin and Ethereum will continue to outperform in 2022 because they are representative of an ecosystem. The key distinction here is that it is a mistake for investors to think they can pick successful companies or entrepreneurs as they did with Web 2.0. In other words, it’s not about companies this time around, it’s about the ecosystem, and investors cannot apply the same framework to both.The talent and capital drain on traditional finance will have huge implications. Channeling Brené Brown’s quote, “vulnerability is the birthplace of innovation, creativity, and change,” Jordi says that senior leaders at the traditional banking firms have to be vulnerable and willing to get into something that they know very little about. They must embrace change rather than think the solution is giving employees more money as an incentive not to defect.Jordi has always believed that books are a waste of time. This is particularly true when the topic is crypto because it’s moving too fast for anything in a book to not be dated or stale. Another example of this is mRNA technology. In both cases, the technology is moving too quickly for the publishing process of a book to keep pace. In Jordi’s view, this discounts Malcolm Gladwell’s notion of putting in 10,000 hours to become an expert because, by the time you have done so, you’ve missed so many other things. Alternatively, rabbit hole learning is probably more effective for crypto or NFTs, for example, because it is more tethered to the most current knowledge and applications of the space. This information is found on the internet or Twitter, not in books.Finally, as the CIO of a firm that largely trades public equities, Jordi is so preoccupied with Web 3.0 and crypto because he believes Ethereum, Bitcoin, and the blockchain are disrupting the world. Therefore, there will be winners and losers. It is Weiss’ job to understand which companies stand to benefit from this disruption. In closing, juggling and rabbit hole learning both require neuroplasticity, which will be the theme of 2022. But don’t read the book on how to juggle, just start! Resources:Life After Picasso: Françoise GilotJill Bolte Taylor: My Stroke of InsightBrené Brown: Daring GreatlyDisclosures: This podcast and associated content (collectively, the “Post”) are provided to you by Weiss Multi-Strategy Advisers LLC (“Weiss”). The views expressed in the Post are for informational purposes only and are subject to change without notice. Information in this Post has been developed internally and is based on market conditions as of the date of the recording from sources believed to be reliable. Nothing in this Post should be construed as investment, legal, tax, or other advice and should not be viewed as a recommendation to purchase or sell any security or adopt any investment strategy. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. You should consult your own advisers regarding business, legal, tax, or other matters concerning investments. Weiss has no control over information at any external site hyperlinked in this Post. Weiss makes no representation concerning and is not responsible for the quality, content, nature, or reliability of any hyperlinked site and has included hyperlinks only as a convenience. The inclusion of any external hyperlink does not imply any endorsement, investigation, verification, or ongoing monitoring by Weiss of any information in any hyperlinked site. In no event shall Weiss be responsible for your use of a hyperlinked site. This is not intended to be an offer or solicitation of any security. Please visit www.gweiss.com to review related disclosures and learn more about Weiss.
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    Replay: Horse Racing & Trading

    9:37

    Host G3 asks Jordi Visser, President & CIO, to detail his history of betting on horse races. A key theme is probabilistic thinking at the track, where it’s not necessarily about finding the winner. Further, Jordi discusses the similarities and differences of horse race betting vs. poker. Listen and subscribe to In Search of Green Marbles wherever you get your podcastsResources:History of the Kentucky DerbyDisclosures: This podcast and associated content (collectively, the “Post”) are provided to you by Weiss Multi-Strategy Advisers LLC (“Weiss”). The views expressed in the Post are for informational purposes only and are subject to change without notice. Information in this Post has been developed internally and is based on market conditions as of the date of the recording from sources believed to be reliable. Nothing in this Post should be construed as investment, legal, tax, or other advice and should not be viewed as a recommendation to purchase or sell any security or adopt any investment strategy. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. You should consult your own advisers regarding business, legal, tax, or other matters concerning investments. Weiss has no control over information at any external site hyperlinked in this Post. Weiss makes no representation concerning and is not responsible for the quality, content, nature, or reliability of any hyperlinked site and has included hyperlinks only as a convenience. The inclusion of any external hyperlink does not imply any endorsement, investigation, verification, or ongoing monitoring by Weiss of any information in any hyperlinked site. In no event shall Weiss be responsible for your use of a hyperlinked site. This is not intended to be an offer or solicitation of any security. Please visit www.gweiss.com to review related disclosures and learn more about Weiss.
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    Ep. 8: AQ, the Superior Sibling of IQ and EQ

    12:52

    Weiss seeks to hire people with the right combination of IQ, EQ, and AQ. The latter is defined as adversity quotient or adaptability quotient. Jordi looks at specific traits in people to measure their AQ, which include flexibility, agility, curiosity, and learning. In addition, grit and resilience reflect the ability to overcome adversity, which is an equally important attribute.The rise of quant strategies that accelerated in 2009 is an example of how Jordi and the firm had to be adaptable. The approach Weiss sought to take was a human+machine approach, reflecting the firm’s view that combining the two forces would lead to better outcomes. Today, the rise of cryptocurrencies is another example where adaptation to a changing environment will be needed in the years to come.Jordi ties the September 11th attacks together with the famous Emerson quote: “Life is a succession of lessons which must be lived to be understood. He believes that AQ allows one to view 9/11 as part of a journey. This is hard with such a tragic event and, in Jordi’s case, when you lose your best friend, but the wisdom of knowing you can overcome adversity is paramount.Can AQ be learned or nurtured? Jordi emphatically believes the answer is yes to both and he has sought to accelerate this process with the younger people at Weiss by getting them to open up about their experiences. His key question: What did you learn from this experience? This helps Jordi recognize an individual’s personal growth and wisdom.The final topic of conversation is about Jordi’s grandmother, Tex, who served as Jordi’s inspiration around AQ and was the topic of a recent whitepaper that Jordi wrote. How do Seabiscuit, Cinderella Man, and Babe Ruth connect with AQ? Listen in to hear the answer.Resources:The history of AQSteve Hargadon on Ralph Waldo EmersonCinderella Man PreviewDisclosures: This podcast and associated content (collectively, the “Post”) are provided to you by Weiss Multi-Strategy Advisers LLC (“Weiss”). The views expressed in the Post are for informational purposes only and are subject to change without notice. Information in this Post has been developed internally and is based on market conditions as of the date of the recording from sources believed to be reliable. Nothing in this Post should be construed as investment, legal, tax, or other advice and should not be viewed as a recommendation to purchase or sell any security or adopt any investment strategy. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. You should consult your own advisers regarding business, legal, tax, or other matters concerning investments. Weiss has no control over information at any external site hyperlinked in this Post. Weiss makes no representation concerning and is not responsible for the quality, content, nature, or reliability of any hyperlinked site and has included hyperlinks only as a convenience. The inclusion of any external hyperlink does not imply any endorsement, investigation, verification, or ongoing monitoring by Weiss of any information in any hyperlinked site. In no event shall Weiss be responsible for your use of a hyperlinked site. This is not intended to be an offer or solicitation of any security. Please visit www.gweiss.com to review related disclosures and learn more about Weiss.
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    Ep. 7: NFTs, The Energy Behind Crypto, and Web 3.0

    27:57

    For context, the prior two episodes in our series on Web 3.0 define the concept of Web 3.0 and then delve into the pronounced, persistent, and pervasive nature of cryptocurrencies. Here, Jordi starts by making the connection between managing portfolios and running businesses, both having required him to investigate issues that he did not understand enough. In the past, this required him to spend time in China and Silicon Valley, but now, Jordi is investing his energy into NFTs.Jordi says of all the things he has studied to fit within a macro framework, NFTs are possibly the most important and innovative approach to thinking that he’s ever witnessed. The two most important traits that impact Jordi’s macro thinking are the amount of capital and talent flowing into the area. But relative to other important trends, which took decades to impact the macro economy, NFTs are making an impact at an exponential pace. Based on his early interest in the blockchain, Jordi references a TED Talk entitled, “How the Blockchain will Radically Transform the Economy”. Fast forward to today, Jordi found himself re-watching this TED Talk and finding that everything predicted about the blockchain then has materialized with NFTs today. Jordi and G3 acknowledge the hoopla surrounding NFTs in the art world, but when it comes to determining an appropriate valuation for digital art, Jordi recalls a lesson he learned at Manhattan College based on the famous quote that something is only worth what someone is willing to pay for it. So, in Jordi’s mind, it’s not a question if the $69.3 million fetched by Beeple in March for a digital work is worth it. In fact, Jordi believes the work may wind up being worth much in the long run, given its seminal place within the NFT art market.Beyond art, the other area that Jordi sees NFTs impacting the broader economy include real estate, which Jordi says is the original non-fungible asset. The adoption is happening at a faster pace than even experts in the space can fully appreciate. Jordi is also bullish on so-called “experiential NFTs,” which enable people to relive special sports moments, and utility-based NFTs. The conversation concludes with a discussion of play-to-earn gaming, which Jordi believes is a global phenomenon that will have far-reaching implications for the macroeconomy. How should allocators and individuals invest in NFTs? Please tune in to find out! Please subscribe to In Search of Green Marbles wherever you get your podcasts.If you have any questions or comments, please email our host, G3, at [email protected]:Ted Talk: How the blockchain will radically transform the economyBeeple $69-Million NFT’s Mystery Buyer Revealed by Christie’sBlockchain in Real EstateTop Shot Moments“The Dunk” by John StarksDisclosures: This podcast and associated content (collectively, the “Post”) are provided to you by Weiss Multi-Strategy Advisers LLC (“Weiss”). The views expressed in the Post are for informational purposes only and are subject to change without notice. Information in this Post has been developed internally and is based on market conditions as of the date of the recording from sources believed to be reliable. Nothing in this Post should be construed as investment, legal, tax, or other advice and should not be viewed as a recommendation to purchase or sell any security or adopt any investment strategy. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. You should consult your own advisers regarding business, legal, tax, or other matters concerning investments. Weiss has no control over information at any external site hyperlinked in this Post. Weiss makes no representation concerning and is not responsible for the quality, content, nature, or reliability of any hyperlinked site and has included hyperlinks only as a convenience. The inclusion of any external hyperlink does not imply any endorsement, investigation, verification, or ongoing monitoring by Weiss of any information in any hyperlinked site. In no event shall Weiss be responsible for your use of a hyperlinked site. This is not intended to be an offer or solicitation of any security. Please visit www.gweiss.com to review related disclosures and learn more about Weiss.
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    Ep. 6: Policy Matters: China Primer for Markets

    24:32

    Even if you don’t think you’re trading China, if you are trading a market, you are trading China in one way or the other. In other words, there is no avoiding China for global market participants. That’s why this episode of In Search of Green Marbles is relevant to just about everyone.The episode begins with Mike providing the necessary context when thinking about policy imperatives in terms of the relationship between policy and markets in China versus the US. If policy is the expression of intent to shape behavior through rules and incentives, in China, that happens on a very short feedback loop. In the US, this frequently happens on a broken feedback loop or a much longer loop. So, the ability to pivot and have impact is much shorter in China. This is a critical distinction when we think about the relative global policy and the synchrony. Aside from synchrony, the other key pillar in Mike’s framework is globalization. As we think about globalization, Mike reminds us that since the fall of the Berlin Wall, the export of cheap Chinese labor has enabled market participants to inflate profit margins and keep the cost of goods down, while lifting millions out of poverty in China and creating a massive middle class. Broadly speaking, the CCP is trying to keep people happy and satisfied enough that there’s no actual mandate for significant change. As a political force for stability, we are also seeing the echoes of a “Beijing Backstop” in markets, which is to say that large market moves or massive volatility, if destabilizing, is anathema to the very political legitimacy that has been so hard-fought over several regimes. This Beijing Backstop is different from the “Fed Put” in the US in so far as the former has more ballast to ensure that the will of the government is translated into the desired outcome.Looking ahead to 2022, G3 ponders if it is possible for the Biden administration to advance a pro-climate agenda, appear to be doing something on inflation, and maintain the perception that they are tough on China. Practically speaking, Mike says no. Take, for example, solar panels. China is the largest, cheapest producer globally of solar panels and solar is a big part of the green agenda in the US. Having an anti-dumping case and massive tariffs on Chinese solar flies in the face of our priorities. What would any discussion about Chinese policy and markets be without touching on the Evergrande situation? Mike asserts that the most important number to remember here is 89. That is the percentage of Chinese households that own their own home. By comparison, this number is 64% in the US, 60% in Japan, and 50-51% in Germany. So, when you talk about the role of the property market in the perceived well-being of the common person in China, it’s damn important. And with the diversification of personal net worth in China not being as robust as other developed markets, this creates a situation whereby the CCP cannot tolerate the level of protests and indignation if people were to experience their net worth crash due to a faltering property sector.Finally, G3 and Mike discuss the possibility of an invasion of Taiwan. Mike cuts through the noise by reminding us that the threat of invasion is useful to Beijing and Washington for political reasons. However, at Weiss, we believe in the wisdom of markets, which would suggest that stock markets in Taiwan would not be at all-time highs and IP would be fleeing the island if the citizens were worried about an imminent invasion.Please listen and subscribe to In Search of Green Marbles wherever you get your podcasts.Resources:China’s “common prosperity” campaignWhat is the Fed Put?Homeownership and housing divide in ChinaDisclosures: This podcast and associated content (collectively, the “Post”) are provided to you by Weiss Multi-Strategy Advisers LLC (“Weiss”). The views expressed in the Post are for informational purposes only and are subject to change without notice. Information in this Post has been developed internally and is based on market conditions as of the date of the recording from sources believed to be reliable. Nothing in this Post should be construed as investment, legal, tax, or other advice and should not be viewed as a recommendation to purchase or sell any security or adopt any investment strategy. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. You should consult your own advisers regarding business, legal, tax, or other matters concerning investments. Weiss has no control over information at any external site hyperlinked in this Post. Weiss makes no representation concerning and is not responsible for the quality, content, nature, or reliability of any hyperlinked site and has included hyperlinks only as a convenience. The inclusion of any external hyperlink does not imply any endorsement, investigation, verification, or ongoing monitoring by Weiss of any information in any hyperlinked site. In no event shall Weiss be responsible for your use of a hyperlinked site. This is not intended to be an offer or solicitation of any security. Please visit www.gweiss.com to review related disclosures and learn more about Weiss.
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    Ep. 5: Part II in Our Series About Web 3.0 & Crypto

    28:12

    For a recap of this week’s episode of In Search of Green Marbles, we’ll start at the end with an anecdote about a possible Leonardo da Vinci painting, Salvador Mundi. While there are questions about the painting’s provenance, just by the “maybe” aspect of it being a da Vinci, the price soared from $1,100 to $450 M in less than a decade. This is purely a function of narrative and scarcity, which reflects the nature of the blockchain’s value.Picking up where episode three left off on Web 3.0, this one focuses on the persistent, pervasive, and pronounced nature of the movement and what this means for cryptocurrencies. To begin, Jordi states that in his discussions with sophisticated investors at pension plans, endowments, and foundations, most remain skeptical, afraid of being late to the party and/or simply do not know how to invest in the space. And for those with a long enough career to have experienced a few bubbles, this is a very hard story for people to believe. This isn’t surprising because it’s hard for people to separate the entrenched connection between governments and money. To unpack this narrative, Jordi refers to Yuval Noah Harari, who wrote Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind, who said, “the most successful story ever told is money.” This perfectly illustrates the skepticism many have with the crypto space.While the early phases were characterized by nefarious use cases and bubbles or volatility, the notion that crypto is a Ponzi scheme is a topic that G3 and Jordi take aim against. This idea in and of itself is laced with hypocrisy when one considers there is approximately $2tn hard currency, yet there are $140tn in assets. Furthermore, using the post-Lehman toolkit, M2 (cash, deposits, easily converted assets), grew by an astounding 30% in the last 20 months. This stopped stabilized asset prices and stopped everyone from selling at once, but the Ponzi scheme continued. The point is that the scrutiny applied to the crypto space should also be applied to the fiat system.In the end, Jordi and G3 make the case that digital assets have inherent value due to scarcity and authenticity, just as is the case with physical assets. And because of rising inequality many, in effect, are saying, I like the crypto Ponzi scheme better than the old fiat Ponzi scheme because the former has more equitable distribution.Please listen and subscribe to In Search of Green Marbles wherever you get your podcasts.ResourcesThe Last Leonardo by Ben LewisSapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah HarariIt's a Wonderful LifeBCG report on global wealthDisclosures: This podcast and associated content (collectively, the “Post”) are provided to you by Weiss Multi-Strategy Advisers LLC (“Weiss”). The views expressed in the Post are for informational purposes only and are subject to change without notice. Information in this Post has been developed internally and is based on market conditions as of the date of the recording from sources believed to be reliable. Nothing in this Post should be construed as investment, legal, tax, or other advice and should not be viewed as a recommendation to purchase or sell any security or adopt any investment strategy. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. You should consult your own advisers regarding business, legal, tax, or other matters concerning investments. Weiss has no control over information at any external site hyperlinked in this Post. Weiss makes no representation concerning and is not responsible for the quality, content, nature, or reliability of any hyperlinked site and has included hyperlinks only as a convenience. The inclusion of any external hyperlink does not imply any endorsement, investigation, verification, or ongoing monitoring by Weiss of any information in any hyperlinked site. In no event shall Weiss be responsible for your use of a hyperlinked site. This is not intended to be an offer or solicitation of any security. Please visit www.gweiss.com to review related disclosures and learn more about Weiss.
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    Ep. 4: Going Beyond Moneyball with Baseball Cards

    20:38

    In 2013, Weiss developed its human+machine approach to help the firm make better decisions related to asset allocation and talent assessment. There are three parts of the baseball card that are used to create a composite scoring basis: profit and loss, the ability to run a neutral portfolio, and turnover, or what is referred to internally as behavioral alpha.Today the core engine of this approach is the same but, like with baseball, you had the original statistics, and now you have advanced statistics. Along these lines, what has changed over the years in Jordi’s estimation is that IQ is commoditized by computers.If that’s true, where do humans still have an edge?Jordi believes that the human’s edge is being able to be anticipatory, so while computers can now win at chess, it’s still better to have a human+machine vs. human or machine approach. Moving forward in a post-covid world, Jordi doesn’t believe that history will matter as much as it used to. If that’s the truth, computers and discretionary managers will be competing in a fairer fight. The biggest advantage of the baseball cards has been transparency for all parties—management, portfolio managers, partners, investors, clients, etc. In general, this has fostered a sense of community as all parties feel involved. For the portfolio managers, in particular, it serves as a form of portfolio management therapy to visualize winning and losing patterns and it helps to talk through the scenarios that didn’t work. The distinction here is that the baseball cards act as a performance optimization tool rather than what Jordi calls autopsy risk management. Just the same, by having these analytics available daily, they act like a daily physical so that losing patterns can be detected before they become a larger problem.Please listen and subscribe to In Search of Green Marbles wherever you get your podcasts.Disclosures: This podcast and associated content (collectively, the “Post”) are provided to you by Weiss Multi-Strategy Advisers LLC (“Weiss”). The views expressed in the Post are for informational purposes only and are subject to change without notice. Information in this Post has been developed internally and is based on market conditions as of the date of the recording from sources believed to be reliable. Nothing in this Post should be construed as investment, legal, tax, or other advice and should not be viewed as a recommendation to purchase or sell any security or adopt any investment strategy. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. You should consult your own advisers regarding business, legal, tax, or other matters concerning investments. Weiss has no control over information at any external site hyperlinked in this Post. Weiss makes no representation concerning and is not responsible for the quality, content, nature, or reliability of any hyperlinked site and has included hyperlinks only as a convenience. The inclusion of any external hyperlink does not imply any endorsement, investigation, verification, or ongoing monitoring by Weiss of any information in any hyperlinked site. In no event shall Weiss be responsible for your use of a hyperlinked site. This is not intended to be an offer or solicitation of any security. Please visit www.gweiss.com to review related disclosures and learn more about Weiss.

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