Speaking to prospective and actual clients everyday, we get a fair sense and understanding as to the pulse of the market. Throughout those conversations, there are often common themes and questions. Among these, first, should we continue to own equities? Second question, where to allocate in a world of continued low interest rates? Thirdly, we keep hearing about inflation, but what does this actually mean?
We wrote about the need for a U-turn in macro policy thinking recently. It looks like we are getting one; or just as important for market psychology, other investors think we are getting one - a shift that is. Read on to learn what investors should consider in this context.
Here we are, February of 2021 and it has been an interesting start to the year. For those of you that have read previous articles, you know I have been one of those outliers that has been predicting inflation and the tremendous risks posed by the bond market for a good 18-months. So, in keeping with that theme, I shall try and grapple with the interesting trading action so far. It started with a sell-off in treasuries, followed promptly by a sell-off in equities and precious metals with inflation jitters coming back into the equation.
Sid Ruttala fleshes out a number of the points that Robert Swift has been talking about in his weekly Ausbiz appearances. Heading into the pointy end of the US presidential election, there is always heightened uncertainty in investment markets and (as much as we might want to given 2020 so far) this is not the time to bury one’s head in the sand and hope for the best.
This week we look at nothing new. The lofty valuations we are seeing in the tech space are neither new or unprecedented in a historic context. A paradigm shift like this is simply an opportunity to achieve out sized returns. Just look at the trains...
This week Darren Katz, TAMIM director, takes a look at what is happening in markets round the globe with a focus on the key driver of the moment - inflation.
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