Today’s guest is Grzegorz Link, who professionally works as a quant for an investment fund. Grzegorz is a physicist by education, which may surprise some. However, the thing is that in building market models, skills such as programming and mathematics are the primary tools, which is the same for contemporary physicists.

We raise many interesting issues during the conversation, trying to answer the question – how is it possible that a well-known investment strategy can still be profitable. You will learn about common investment myths, pitfalls, and difficulties awaiting investors.

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I’m honored and pleased to host Tom Basso again in the podcast — a legendary trend-following trader. This time, in the background of the conversation, we will be accompanied by the book “Trend Following Mindset,” where Larry Hite wrote in the review: “Anyone can make a lot of money without the trend following mindset, but you will never keep it. This mindset is not everything, but it’s pretty close.

In this episode, Tom and I discuss many topics related to investing in the market. You will hear about algorithmic investing, psychology’s role, and a passive approach to investing in opposition to active. It will also be about why intelligence does not go hand in hand with investment results.

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Almost two years ago, I hosted Gary Antonacci who specializes in investing using momentum anomalies. That episode was very popular among listeners. This was partly due to the fact that such an investment model is straightforward and not very time-consuming.

Today I am pleased to host Gary again, but we are talking about an investment approach that is at the opposite extreme of the momentum anomaly. While momentum takes advantage of long-term trends, today Gary will tell us how he takes advantage of short-term, counter-trend anomalies when the market is extremely overbought or oversold.

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