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Take 15 Podcast Presented by CFA Institute

The Take 15 Podcast Presented By CFA Institute is a popular audio interview series defined by illuminating, short conversations with noted economists, best-selling authors, leading researchers, and successful practitioners on topics ranging from geopolitics and whistleblowing to irrationality and outlooks.

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Show Host: Lauren Foster

Producer: Mitchell Forst 

Jan 15, 2020

Episode #395. We live in disruptive times. But as valuation expert Aswath Damodaran often says, disruption is easy, but making money from disruption is hard. In this episode, the author of five books on valuation discusses the "disruption dilemma," shares his advice for investors trying to value the disruptors, and...

Jan 8, 2020

Episode #394. There is no shortage of negative headlines, but Lucy Johns, CFA, a vice president at Dodge & Cox, is optimistic about global bonds. In this Take 15 episode, she explains why she believes investors can find real positive yield and have an edge through security selection, being benchmark agnostic, and...

Jan 2, 2020

In episode #393, Hans Humes, founding partner, CEO, and chief investment officer of Greylock Capital, has deep experience investing in distressed debt in emerging markets. In this episode (recorded in mid-October 2019), he discusses the outlook for Argentina, factors that are different about investing in emerging...

Dec 26, 2019

In episode #392, executive coach and leadership development specialist, Christiane St-Amour, discusses the concept of leadership presence, why it's important no matter one's role, how it changes over the course of one's career, and the linkage with emotional...

Dec 18, 2019

In episode #391, Best-selling author and Paralympic athlete Bonnie St. John shares the story behind becoming the first African American athlete to win medals in Winter Olympics competition and key takeaways from two of her books, Micro-Resilience and How Great Women Lead