In this video series, Frank Fabozzi, CFA, speaks with industry thought leaders in a relaxed setting. Viewers get an inside view of what inspires these investment luminaries as they reflect on their personal lives and careers. They go beyond theory to share practical experiences and provide guidance for the new generation of investors and professionals.
In our inaugural interview, William Goetzmann, Yale School of Management and the Financial Analysts Journal, describes how he pursues his passion for financial history on eBay and shares the trials and tribulations of publishing his initial research on art as an alternative investment. In their wide-ranging conversation, Goetzmann and Fabozzi discuss the financial innovations that have shaped society, the importance of natural language processing in crafting narratives that frame the functioning of capital markets, and how Goetzmann’s recent research on nonfungible tokens incorporates aspects of behavioral finance and financial bubbles.