MTI083: Adaptive Asset Allocation with Adam Butler

Adam Butler is CFA and CEO of ReSolve Asset Management. He co-wrote a book, Adaptive Asset Allocation, with Michael Philbrick and Rodrigo Gordillo.

Adaptive asset allocation is a form of market rotation. The presumption is you have “some sort of edge over the active market participant in selecting which asset is going to under-perform or outperform with a risk adjusted basis over a shorter term horizon”.

The premise is there are long-term anomalies in markets to take advantage of.

Our panel discusses if – and when – it’s appropriate to take these risks.

You can find more about Alan Butler at
Pick up the book, Adaptive Asset Allocation


Today’s Panelists

Joe Saul-Sehy | Stacking Benjamins
Doug Goldstein | Goldstein On Gelt
Miranda Marquit | Planting Money Seeds
Linda P. Jones | Be Wealthy and Smart

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

Send us your questions for a future Listener Letters episode


  1. Invest Impassionately says:

    Guys – your links for panelists don’t reflect the correct pages for some of you. For Doug it takes me to some other site and not the one you spoke about in this episode.

    Also, for Linda’s page, I am unable to find the webinar she spoke about either.

    Finally, Miranda talked about a new blogpost but I don’t find that either.

    can you kindly update the links to point to right pages?

    • My apologies. I have updated the links to most of the panelists above (although I can’t find Linda’s webinar either). I’ll be sure to do better next time.

      Thanks for being a listener and bringing this issue to my attention!

      • Invest Impassionately says:

        wow…quick response…thank you Steve.

        • I just happened to be here getting Friday’s episode ready – so count yourself lucky!

          What else would you like to see/hear from Money Tree Investing podcast? I know a guy…

          • Invest Impassionately says:


            I would like some input on target funds…the panels take on them. I have posted it to them as well via “contact us” link…

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