Dual Momentum Investing Amidst Market Volatility with Gary Antonacci
On this week’s episode of Limit Up! Jeff sat down with Gary Antonacci to discuss the strategy of trend following for investments. Gary’s book, “Dual Momentum Investing,” gives investors a blueprint for ignoring the extra noise in markets and making investment decisions based on stocks and assets that have the most momentum.
Tune in to this week’s episode and find out how to ignore all the extra noise by following a stock’s relative momentum to make your investment decisions.
- [00:28] - This week: Gary Antonacci, Principal at Portfolio Management Consultants and author of the book “Dual Momentum Investing”
- [01:32] - MARKet Reaction with Mark Meadows
- [03:32] - Jeff Carter’s interview with Gary Antonacci
- [04:42] - What is dual momentum?
- [06:32] - Using absolute momentum vs relative momentum
- [08:24] - Know when to get out of the trade: it’s like hopping from a slow-moving train to a faster one
- [10:42] - Why more investors don’t use this strategy
- [12:54] - How Gary formulated this strategy of investment
- [14:02] - Momentum works best when applied to geographically diverse indices
- [15:46] - Staying focused on long term investment goals in a volatile news cycle
- [20:06] - There is no magic bullet to limiting your risk
- [21:40] - Integrating Dual Momentum Investing into your daily trading strategy
- [24:27] - Overcoming confirmation bias in trading
- [26:33] - The limitations of reversing a dual momentum strategy
- [28:50] - Be sure to check out Gary’s website, optimalmomentum.com and blog at dualmomentum.net
Limit Up! Is hosted by Jeff Carter. Jeff is a general partner at West Loop Ventures. In April of 2007, he co-founded Hyde Park Angels and spearheaded the growth and development of one of the most active angel groups in the United States. He has consulted on the startup of several other angel groups. He is a former independent trader and member of the CME Board of Directors and was part of a small group that transformed CME from an open outcry exchange to the largest electronic exchange in the world. In 1998, CME was worth $182,134,000 in membership enterprise value. Today it’s worth $55 Billion.
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