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Have We Entered “The Great Inflation 2.0”?
“The Great Inflation” is a momentous period in U.S. economic history that lasted for 17 years between 1965 and 1982.
Breathe, Breathe In The Air
Total nonfarm payrolls (NFPs) rose by +559,000 in May, once again falling visibly below the consensus forecast of +675,000. If there is a silver lining, at least this time around, it’s that it wasn’t the “worst miss” on record.
Complementing An Efficient Core Strategy With Managed Futures
The benefits of additional diversification through alternative strategies are well understood. The addition of these types of funds has been difficult to justify due to low absolute returns, and the lack of a need for an additional hedge.
Bitcoin: Why The Cryptocurrency Crashed
Let’s look at what happened recently that may have precipitated the “crypto crash”:
Wait A Minute(s)
Tthere are probably more Fed officials than previously known who feel it is not too early to begin a discussion about tapering.
Bitcoin And The Planet – Has Anything Changed?
Given what we know today about the state of bitcoin and where we believe it is heading, we do not think investors are necessarily abandoning ESG principles by owning bitcoin.
A Surprisingly Low-Vol Asset Class
Relative valuation discounts typically reflect higher volatility, slower earnings growth, and/or less predictable earnings.
“Consumed” By Inflation
The “word of the week” in the U.S. financial markets last week was no doubt “inflation.”
Ethereum, The Triple Halving
Different upcoming events on the Ethereum network could be interpreted in the same way as “halving,” even if there is no finite supply of ether and the Ethereum protocol does not have the same provisions as the bitcoin protocol.
Revisiting “Disruptive Growth”
With COVID-19 vaccinations accelerating and the global economy in what we believe is the early stages of a steady recovery, we anticipate that 2021 generally will be a constructive “risk-on” market environment.
When Cap-Weighted Small-Cap Funds Own “Meme” Stocks
I cannot say whether GameStop or the other meme stocks will get their businesses back on their feet. What I can say is that, if you are tracking various small-cap indexes, you just might own them, like it or not
An Inflationary Mulligan Stew
Last week, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen seemed to forget for a moment that she was in a new role—one that does not set monetary policy. Against that backdrop, let’s just say Secretary Yellen got her first mulligan.
Should We Be Singing The Inflation Blues?
Based on the metrics we follow, it might be premature to be singing the “inflation blues.” But many of these metrics will almost certainly rise over the coming months as the global economy recovers, workers return to work.
Back Where It All Began…Almost
The level of U.S. real GDP to begin 2021 almost matched the pre-pandemic reading from Q4 of 2019 and, more importantly, seems poised to break out to the upside.
Checking In On International Equity Markets
Our enthusiasm for international equities hasn’t faded. We’re encouraged by economic data that continues to rebound, while the approval, acquisition and distribution of vaccines seem to be improving.
Why Netflix Isn’t In WisdomTree’s Growth Leaders Fund – And Hasn’t Ever Been
Netflix enjoyed rapid growth for many years while it was the only game in town, growing at 30% CAGR for the last five years. However, in 18 months’ time, that story has rapidly changed. How did Netflix to fall from grace so quickly?
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