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- no318https://dts.podtrac.com/redirect.mp3/traffic.libsyn.com/secure/hiddenforces/Ep318_Napier_Thompson_Chancellor_Main_Feed_7-3-23.mp3https://hiddenforces.io/wp-content/uploads/securepdfs/2023/07/HFT_PREMIUM_EP_318.pdfhttps://hiddenforces.io/wp-content/uploads/securepdfs/2023/07/HF_IR_318.pdfR. Napier, E. Chancellor, & H. ThompsonRussell Napier is author of “The Solid Ground” investment report for institutional investors and co-founder of the investment research portal ERIC. Russell has worked in the investment business for over 30 years and has been advising global institutional investors on asset allocation since 1995. He is author of the book “Anatomy of The Bear: Lessons From Wall Street’s Four Great Bottoms” (‘a cult classic’ according to the FT) and is founder and course director of The Practical History of Financial Markets course that is part of the Edinburgh Business School MBA. Russell is Chairman of the Mid Wynd International Investment Trust. He is a member of the investment advisory committees of two fund management companies, Cerno Capital and Kennox Asset Management. In 2014 Russell founded the charitable venture “The Library of Mistakes,” a business and financial history library in Edinburgh that now has branches in India and Switzerland. Russell has degrees in law from Queen’s University Belfast and Magdalene College Cambridge. He is a Fellow of The CFA Society of the UK and is an Honorary Professor at both Heriot-Watt University and The University of Stirling. Edward Chancellor is the author of Devil Take the Hindmost: A History of Financial Speculation, a New York Times “Notable Book of the Year,” and the specialist report Crunch-Time for Credit?, a prescient analysis of the credit boom in the US and UK. Chancellor has also edited two investment books, Capital Account and Capital Returns. An award-winning financial journalist, Chancellor is currently a columnist for Reuters Breakingviews, and has contributed to many other publications, including the Wall Street Journal, MoneyWeek, New York Review of Books, and Financial Times. Helen Thompson is Professor of Political Economy. She has been at Cambridge since 1994. Her current research concentrates on the political economy of energy and the long history of the democratic, economic, and geopolitical disruptions of the twenty-first century. She is a regular panelist on Talking Politics and a columnist for the New Statesman.yes344000