Alex Shahidi and Damien Bisserier discuss risk parity versus equity-centric and “crystal-ball” investing, the hazards of the 60-40 stock-bond allocation, crypto as a diversifier to gold, the reasons to hold Treasuries even at today’s low yields, the lessons of financial market history and other topics in this episode of “The Sherman Show” hosted by DoubleLine’s Jeffrey Sherman and Samuel Lau. Mr. Shahidi is Managing Partner and co-Chief Investment Officer at Evoke Advisors, a $20 billion registered investment adviser. Mr. Bisserier is also a Managing Partner and co-Chief Investment Officer at Evoke. The discussion was recorded on March 9, 2021.
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