We talk about the need to diversify your portfolio at Get Started Investing. This episode, Bryce and Alec talk to founder and Chief Investment Officer at Fortlake Asset Management, Dr Christian Baylis. With a PhD in Econometrics, Christian has previously worked at UBS and the Reserve Bank of Australia and charged with managing The Blossom Fund. Together they talk about why you should invest in fixed income, what role it plays in a diversified portfolio, and the process Christian goes through to assess a fixed income investment. Then, later in the episode, Bryce and Alec talk to Gaby Rosenberg, the co-founder of Blossom, the brand new micro-app, and she talks to the guys about the problem Blossom is solving.
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