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How do you get investors to stick with an asset allocation that’s good for them in the long term, but maybe doesn’t taste so good over shorter timer periods?  Today’s guest has designed a new mutual fund to attempt just that, giving investors the whole meal instead of letting them fumble around with the ingredients. Eric Crittenden, Co-Founder and CIO of Standpoint Funds joins us today to talk about Standpoint’s new $BLNDX fund. We’ll be getting into the weeds on this unique fund, as well as talking about Witchita State basketball, a zero sum game, 2,554 days of surfing, building Standpoint from the ground up, a “mystery asset class,” the new ETF dilemma, structural risk premia, losing money on purpose, open interest, a fundamental death of trend following, averaging correlations, moving in a mutual fund vs private funds, the antithesis of mutual funds, never playing golf, and Star Wars character Salacious B. Crumb.  and

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