With a combination of optimism, good humor and old fashioned common sense, Gerry Frigon, CIO of Taylor Frigon Capital Management, shares his perspectives and knowledge of the world of investments and free enterprise with his Director of Operations, Doug Connolly.
Gerry and Doug talk about how the individual investor should be responding in the current market environment.
Gerry breaks down the role that narratives (and schema) play in his investing process.
Optimism isn't just for Pollyanna. Gerry talks about how seeing the glass as half full makes for better investing performance.
In this first episode, host Gerry Frigon and co-host Doug Connolly, discuss Taylor Frigon's methodology, active management and some of the unseen issues with the trend towards passive management.
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