Insights from Tocqueville
Gold: A Case of Extremes
By John Hathaway on August 22, 2018
Intense liquidation of gold mining shares during the week of August 13, 2018 could, in our opinion, mark a trading bottom, if not the terminal point in the lengthy consolidation of the sector since the bottom of December 2015. To support our view, we note: -Extreme bearish positioning of COMEX gold speculators; -Extreme bullish positioning …Read More
Reflections on the Past as Prologue
By Joseph Piropato on January 3, 2018
At the beginning of a New Year there is a tendency, particularly among Wall Street prognosticators, to review the recent past and extrapolate its trends into the near future. At this time twelve months ago many were projecting a continuation of slow but steady growth for the economy, perhaps a little better than that due …Read More
Letter to the Clients
By Robert Kleinschmidt on January 27, 2017
Dear Clients, Now that the elections are mercifully behind us, the markets should be able to focus on fundamentals, which are, as of this writing, neither terribly positive nor terribly negative. Over the next 12 months, we would expect, so long as U.S. growth continues, that interest rates will rise gradually at first, but then, …Read More
Trump’s Victory: What Does it Mean for Gold?
By John Hathaway on November 21, 2016
In our view, the systemic risks that existed prior to the presidential election have not suddenly vanished. Most important among these is a massive bond-market bubble. Close behind, equity valuations remain at historically extreme levels. How the new administration deals with these vexing issues, assuming that it even begins to comprehend them, is a complete …Read More
What’s So Great About Private Equity?
By Robert Kleinschmidt on March 31, 2016
Over the past few decades, private equity has gained cachet among investors much the way hedge funds did in an earlier era. Many of today’s investors believe that private equity represents a new and superior asset class. But it is neither. Far from new, it is the oldest form of equity investing. As for superiority, …Read More
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