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Exploring Market Characteristics, Participants, Behavioural Biases, Correlations and Causations, Predictions, Gloom and Doom, Tipping points, Misperceptions, Noise, Risk and Returns, Uncertainty, Volatility, Cycles, Assumptions and more...

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Why We Don’t Think Valuations Should Worry You

Near term or long term, valuations don’t predict stock returns.

Fisher Investments Editorial Staff
Fisher Investments, May 25, 2022

Are The 2s Already Rejecting Rate Hikes?

The last four weeks have seen the most deliberately belligerent rate stance from officials since 1994. Yet, during those same weeks the 2-year note, the Treasury security most sensitive to alternative policy rates, has largely dismissed all that. Why?

Jeffrey P. Snider
Alhambra Investments, May 20, 2022

High Prices Don’t Cure High Prices

"This was an interesting week, in which it seemed that equity investors finally and abruptly got the message that high inflation is bad for the market."

Michael Ashton, CFA, Managing Principal
Enduring Investments, April 23, 2022

The shrinking stock market

Michael B. McDonald IV Ph D
Journal of Financial Markets, Volume 58, March 2022

Market Share Concentration by Firm: Active Management

Ivan “Butch” Cliff
Callan, Exclusive Callan Study Analyzes Investment Management Fees Paid by Institutional Investors, January 19, 2022

The bond crash in one chart:

The Austria 100 years bond price is down almost 50% from its 2020 all-time-high...

Charles-Henry Monchau, Chief Investment officer
Syz Private Banking, Global Markets Weekly, 2 April 2022

Markets vs wars

With the Russia-Ukraine war continuing to rattle global equity markets, we revisit historical analogs of how markets typically behave around wars.

Variant Perception, March 5, 2022

Stock markets usually fall before war breaks out, not afterwards

Professor Dr Bernd Meyer, Chief Investment Strategist & Head of Multi Asset
Berenberg Markets - Monitor, 28 February 2022

The perils of yesterday’s logic

Reimagining portfolios for tomorrow’s reality

Henry Maxey, Chief Investment Officer
Ruffer, The Ruffer Review, 28 February 2022

Bitcoin as a Hedge for Boredom

People do not buy Bitcoin as an inflation hedge; they do so because it’s exciting.

Steve Hanke, Matt Sekerke
National Review, Capital Matters, January 27, 2022
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