Alternative Investments: A Conversation with Meb Faber of Cambria Investments
This week, we sat down with Meb Faber of Cambria Investments to discuss his investment approach and how it can help investors miss the massive sell-offs that occur in the stock market. We also discuss his tail risk strategy that uses Treasury Bonds and options to hedge equity portfolios in turbulent times.
Meb Faber is the author of seven investment books and the host of The Meb Faber Show Podcast. Cambria Investments offers 11 different Exchange Traded Funds based on Meb’s investment philosophy.
About Meb Faber
Meb grew up in North Carolina and Colorado and attend the University of Virginia.
He worked as a biotech analyst after graduation in Washington D.C. and eventually headed west. While in San Francisco, he worked as a quantitative analyst and spent as much time as possible skiing in the Lake Tahoe area.
He now resides in Great Los Angeles, where he has traded his skis for a surfboard. He is one of the leading quantitative analysts and investors in the United States. His core approach is a unique blend of value, momentum, and trend following.
Meb Faber has been featured in Barron’s, The New York Times, and The New Yorker.
You can listen to the interview, right here.
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