Author Archives: Chris Belchamber
Investment Management: Why You Need A Complete Rethink. Part 2 – Stock/Bond Passive Allocation Strategies Are Nonsense!
In Part 1 I formulated a clear metric for analyzing investment returns – Repeatable Volatility Adjusted Returns (RVAR). In part 2 I take a look at allocation strategies. Now that we know what metric to look for the job of … Continue reading
Why You Need A Complete Rethink. Part 1 – The best assessment of Investment Management is not Returns.
Investment Management: Why You Need A Complete Rethink. Part 1 – The best assessment of Investment Management is not Returns. How can you judge whether your returns or any investment manager’s returns demonstrate superior asset management either compared to a benchmark or … Continue reading
Credit Growth Weak This Cycle And Now Falling Number of OECD countries with inflation below 2% is continuing to trend higher! How can the Fed possibly unwind QE? Jim Rickards believes the next recession is already on the way “Bubble … Continue reading
Our financial system Is driving fragmentation Further centralization no longer provides benefits Recession signal from Loans and Deliquencies The burden of debt rises with falling inflation Carmegeddon Central Banks losing their fight with degrowth. Lost in their obviously false narrative. … Continue reading
Central Bank domination of Economic policy and markets continues and accelerates Creates escalating economic and market dysfunction Unprecedented challenge for long term investment Yield curve and TIP suggests policy is already overly tight While the market is indicating that inflation … Continue reading
”The Federal Reserve is quickly becoming trapped by its own “data-dependent” analysis” Meanwhile, the global credit impulse is turning down fast Very soon the central banks are going to have to come up with a new trick “When looking at historical time … Continue reading
Should you talk to a Financial Advisor? Ask for Financial Planning? Asset Management? Wealth Management? Investment Management or an investment manager? Investment Adviser or Registered Investment Adviser? What really matters to the client is not immediately apparent from any of … Continue reading
“The entire status quo is based on the delusion that rapidly rising debt will never generate any negative consequences.” Central banks are completely committed to this delusion. Asset purchases accelerate to $300bn a month! ”Necessary” as US economy now in … Continue reading
Every unsound investment has a very bad ending sooner or later Central Banks have made the global financial system unsound through excessive leverage Central Banks Weakened The Economy To The Point Of No Return, With Massive Uncontrollable leverage Just Like … Continue reading