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Podcast 005 -- Tony Manory

06.23.2019 | Ben Phillips, CFA

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EP 005 - Tony Manory

Today I’m joined by Empire Asset Management’s Chief Investment Officer, Tony Manery. After graduating from Princeton, Tony began his career at Kidder Peabody where he learned how to arb futures and options ultimately leading him to an MD position at Normura overseeing their CBOE floor trading. He then moved on to prop trading index arbitrage at CIBC followed by executive roles in the education and technology industries. After four years, the portfolio manager bug bit him again compelling him to join Morgan Stanley in 2009 until he arrived at his favorite role to date, Portfolio Strategist and CIO at Empire. Fun fact: Tony played ice hockey at Princeton and recently moved his NYC office to the more tax-friendly beaches of South Carolina.



Today's 10 Questions

[1:10]   What was it like arb trading indexes in the 1990s?
[3:26]   What countries should investor be watching?
[4:52]   Metrics to pay attention to with foreign stocks?
[7:55]   How much "richer" is the US than Emerging Markets?
[9:50]   Generating Alpha: Companies, Sectors, or Countries?
[10:50]   Economic Indicators: what's worth watching today?
[12:14]   What's more concerning right now: macro or micro?
[12:23]   Best ideas for 2019?
[15:10]   Worst piece of financial advice you hear?
[16:42]   Free business tool you would recommend?









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