As a financial adviser, you might feel pressured to know every answer to your clients’ portfolio needs. But you’ve got some burning questions about digital assets like bitcoin.
Now’s your chance to ask: On Purpose podcast host and Onramp Invest CEO Tyrone Ross invites the public to CoinDesk’s first live podcast taping party and AMA on Wednesday, Nov. 4.
Attendees will be part of the experience and get to ask frank questions to Ross and his guests Adam Pokornicky, COO of Digital Asset Investment Management; Andy Edstrom, financial adviser and investor at WESCAP Group; and Sunayna Tuteja, head of digital assets at TD Ameritrade; as they raise the big questions for financial advisers in a jargon-free, transparent discussion.
Register for On Purpose’s live taping party:
By registering, you agree to receive marketing communications and possibly appear in the podcast episode, which will be published on the CoinDesk Podcast Network and YouTube. If you can’t see the embed above, register for the live taping party here.
Pokornicky, Edstrom and Tuteja, who are also speaking at CoinDesk’s Bitcoin For Advisors event for registered investment advisers Nov. 9-10, are experts in the digital asset class in the context of how it fits in the realm of portfolio management, including understanding bitcoin’s value proposition in the macro context, preparing against its volatility and how to fold it into retirement accounts.
Everyone is welcome to attend the taping party. Podcast taping attendees who are qualified financial advisors will also be fast-tracked for approval to attend Bitcoin For Advisors. Check "yes" in the form above, then apply to the conference separately here.
‘On Purpose’ Podcast Exclusive Live Taping
Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2020 | 12 p.m. ET
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