Investing for a Living with Roger Dowd

Have you considered quitting your job and becoming a professional investor? In this episode, we interview Roger Dowd who spent over 9 years as a professional investor, investing for a living. He shares his experiences, and warnings, for people who want to follow this path.

Technology has helped redefine the definition of a trader. Roger Dowd says, “Most people who view themselves as traders, if they are doing it right they are actually investors.”

He discusses how AI is going to disrupt the investment industry and what we could see in the coming future for investors.

Then Miranda joins Kirk in our panel discussion. Kirk describes how Investing for a living is a lot like a job: You wake up, assess the markets, put together your buy and sell orders for the day, set limits, etc.

Listen to the whole episode to learn more about investing for a living.

 

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Today’s guest, Roger Dowd:

Roger spent many years working at various financial companies such as Caxton, UBS, Morgan Stanley, Axiom Capital Management and is currently Chief Operating Officer at AG Capital Investments.

You can find more about Roger on his LinkedIn profile or visit his website.

 

Today’s Panelists

Kirk Chisholm | Innovative Wealth

Miranda Marquit | Planting Money Seeds on Facebook

 

For a quick bio of each of our show participants, head on over to our panelists’ page.

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