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What Works on Wall Street Podcast


Hosted by Jim O’Shaughnessy, author and legendary investor (, the goal of the What Works on Wall Street podcast is to make the sometimes arcane-sounding language of the investment world more simple and approachable for our listeners. In each episode, Jim talks openly with professionalRead more

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Helping Advisors with ESG Challenges (EP.13)

Mar 31 • 33:32

The Case for Small Cap Stocks

Sep 16 • 38:39

The Factor Archives: Value (EP.11)

Feb 24 • 35:25

The Factor Archives: Shareholder Yield (EP.10)

Dec 18 • 23:56

The Factor Archives: Momentum (EP.09)

Dec 14 • 54:26

Momentum is rooted in human nature and behavioral biases. This episode is a little different than other WWoWS episodes, as it was originally for guest Jamie Catherwood’s own history podcast, of which Jim was the first guest. However, enjoy this dive into the first ever book on behavioral finance. Find Jamie’s corresponding article here:

ESG The Right Way (EP.08)

Dec 13 • 41:07

The Factor Archives: A History of Factor Investing (EP.07)

Nov 20 • 23:25

Factors from Scratch (EP.06)

Sep 20 • 34:15

Negative Equity, Veiled Value, and the Erosion of Price-to-Book (EP.05)

May 8 • 32:21

A Returns-Based Approach for Allocating U.S. Microcap into Equities Portfolios (EP.04)

Dec 1 • 23:26

“Traditional” asset allocation favors capacity-based frameworks that are overly-reliant on flawed market cap-weighted indexes. Also, that approach fails to make adjustments for investor risk tolerance or plan size. Investors who use a returns-based approach instead — adding Micro and Small Cap into the equities mix — can expect to see stronger returns and lower volatility...

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