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Behind The Markets Podcast: Mary D'Onofrio, Kara Marciscano, & Liqian Ren

Ep. 261

Show from 10/1/21


Wharton Finance Professor Jeremy Siegel shares his market updates to start the show discussing everything from volatility and inflation to CPI projections. Then Host Jeremy Schwartz brings an expert in the cloud computing space who talks about growth and efficiency scores. Fintech, security, and data infrastructure are leading in the cloud industry. Plus Director of Modern Alpha at WisdomTree Liqian Ren gives her take on China, education regulation, the Evergrande debt crisis, and more.


Guests:

Mary D’Onofio – partner and co-founder of the growth investment practice at Bessemer Venture Partners

To find out more about Bessemer Venture Partners visit their website: www.bvp.com/

For the latest news follow BVP on Twitter: @BessemerVP


Kara Marciscano- Research Analyst at Wisdomtree


Liqian Ren - Director of Modern Alpha at WisdomTree


Follow WisdomTree on Twitter: @WisdomTreeETFs

Follow Jeremy Schwartz on Twitter: @JeremyDSchwartz

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