Last month, Phil Huber, chief investment officer at Huber Financial appeared on Wharton Business Radio’s Behind the Markets podcast hosted by WisdomTree’s Jeremy Schwartz. Phil and Jeremy discussed several subjects including:
- The genesis and evolution of Huber Financial Advisors
- The firm’s culture as a “family serving families”
- The amazing experience that was March for the Fallen
- How Phil got into blogging and why Twitter is such an indispensable resource in the financial-services industry
- The long-term prospects and short-term headwinds of Emerging Markets
- The “80/20 Rule” with Alternatives
- Active vs. Passive in Fixed Income
- The challenging year that was 2018
The recording took place in the Major League Baseball “High Heat” studio at the SiriusXM offices in Manhattan.
The following is a link to the full episode on Soundcloud:Behind The Markets Podcast: Phil Huber
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