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Vinny Catalano, President & Global Investment Strategist, BLUE MARBLE RESEARCH

Say What?
Tuesday, March 01 2011 | 10:22 AM
Vinny Catalano CFA
President & Global Investment Strategist, BLUE MARBLE RESEARCH



Yesterday, I had the opportunity to be a guest on Bloomberg radio's "Taking Stock" program and NDTV (New Delhi Television) Profit's program discussing the current market and economic environment. A key focus explored was one of the two major themes of my recently concluded Market Forecast series (10 events, 10 cities, 34 expert panelists, 920 attendees, in 6 weeks): once the the US economy is taken off stimulus steroids, will it achieve a private sector led sustainable expansion (what economists lovingly refer to as "escape velocity")? The answer will almost certainly disappoint you.

To listen to the "Taking Stock" segment, click here.

To view the NDTV segment, click here.

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Vinny Catalano, President & Global Investment Strategist, BLUE MARBLE RESEARCH

Beyond the Sound Bite: An Interview with Meir Statman
Wednesday, February 16 2011 | 11:39 AM
Vinny Catalano CFA
President & Global Investment Strategist, BLUE MARBLE RESEARCH

Do investors really know what they want?



Well known among those in the CFA Institute and CFA society circles, the highly regarded behavioral scientist shares his thoughts and insights from his most recent book, "What Investors Really Want". Benefits (utilitarian, expressive, and emotional), cognitive errors, human nature, and rational investing are touched on in this most interesting and informative interview. Who knows, by exploring the mind of the market you may find yourself looking in the mirror.

To listen to the 15 minutes 04 second interview, click here.

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Beyond the Sound Bite: An Interview with Robert Arnott
Friday, February 04 2011 | 04:31 PM
Vinny Catalano CFA
President & Global Investment Strategist, BLUE MARBLE RESEARCH

To most investors, including many investment professionals, indexes are constructs designed to track a defined area of the economy, usually via financial assets. Yet, "indexing as an investment concept" is far more prevalent than most realize.



In my interview with the co-author of " The Fundamental Index" and Chairman, Founder of Research Affiliates, we explore such areas as efficient indexing, the market inefficiencies that result from cap weighted indexes, and RAFI, the Research Affiliates Fundamental Index approach to investing. For those interested in understanding an investing methodology that large institutional investors such as PIMCO utilize, this interview will open the door to a fascinating and largely under-appreciated segment of the financial markets.

Beyond the Sound Bite podcast interviews can be found at the Blue Marble Research media blog. To listen to this interview,
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