Wednesday, October 10, 2018
"Autonomous Learning Investment Strategies (ALIS)” describes the emerging “third wave” of investment managers that is following on the first and second waves of fundamental discretionary and quantitative investing, respectively. Just as counter-cultural movements have upended established ways of doing things, Michael Weinberg, chief investment officer and partner of MOV37 and Protégé Partners, believes ALIS managers will as well.
Michael Weinberg has 25 years of experience investing directly at the security level and indirectly as an asset allocator in traditional and alternative assets. He is the chief investment officer and partner of MOV37 and Protégé Partners. His portfolio management experience includes Soros Fund Management LLC, Credit Suisse First Boston, and Financial Risk Management (FRM). Previously he was a research analyst at Dean Witter, currently Morgan Stanley.
Weinberg is a board member of AIMA, on the management advisory council for the Michael Price Student Investment Fund, former-chair of value investing at CFANY, where he has received multiple awards, and a member of the Economic Club of New York. He is published author, has been interviewed by top financial newspapers and is often a keynote speaker at conferences and universities.
Weinberg received an M.B.A. from Columbia Business School, where he is now an adjunct professor of finance and economics, and a B.S. in economics from New York University.
Mr. Weinberg’s Athenaeum presentation is co-sponsored by the Soll Center for Student Opportunity.
View Video: YouTube with Michael Weinberg
Ted K. Scheinman, author of Camp Austen: My Life as an Accidental Jane Austen Superfan, will discuss the prevalence of literary cliques, how literary cults are formed, and how they can be surprising forces for good. He will also address best practices for reporting rigorously and fairly on subcultures and the merging of archival research and in-person reporting.
Ted Scheinman is senior editor at Pacific Standard magazine, where he directs special projects and climate coverage. Among other duties, he reported from the United Nations climate summits in Paris and Marrakech in 2015 and 2016. A graduate of Yale University, with an M.A. in English from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, he is the author of Camp Austen: My Life as an Accidental Jane Austen Superfan (2018), and his essays and reporting have appeared in the Atlantic, the Chronicle of Higher Education, the New York Times, the Oxford American, the Paris Review, Playboy, Slate, and elsewhere. He is also a contributing editor at the Los Angeles Review of Books.