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Markets in Motion - Deeper Waters

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As I started writing this, yet another dangerous hurricane was stalking the east coast of the United States, and the liquid capital markets (all investable asset classes, basically) were in various st...
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Markets in Motion - The Sea Change

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I wanted to start this month’s Markets in Motion by reaffirming for folks that our Global Tactical Allocation (GTA) strategy is a Relative Value discipline, a core-active strategy that weighs and all...
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Markets in Motion - Tacking Close to Shore

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Markets in Motion - Tacking Close to Shore
This month we put a few more oars in the water, cautious but confident that the long credit expansion that started in 2009 isn’t over yet. Last month, we acknowledged global growth remains uneven and...
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Markets In Motion - On the Beach for Summer?

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Markets In Motion - On the Beach for Summer?
The tradewinds have turned into headwinds in many of our risk markets. Even with the backdrop of solid global liquidity and low real rates, global growth is slowing, and the driver of that growth is s...
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Markets In Motion - Trade Winds and Tailwinds

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Macro BackdropTrade Winds and TailwindsA core behavioral finance principle is to heavily discount pundits who call for specific markets to rise or fall based on their “unique” forecasting ...
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Markets In Motion - The Right Port in the Storm

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Macro BackdropThe Right Port in the StormHumans are born with only two fears: the fear of falling and loud noises. It’s the latter one I’m thinking about when you see the “doom &...
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Markets In Motion - Self-Inflicted Wounds

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Markets In Motion - Self-Inflicted Wounds
Macro BackdropSelf-Inflicted WoundsSince the Reagan/Clinton era, United States Presidents haven’t influenced economic growth in a positive way; think of Bush II’s Iraq war fiasco and Obama...
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