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Finding Consistency In Erratic Equity Markets

Finding Consistency In Erratic Equity Markets

Why was it so hard for core equity managers to deliver consistent performance last year? Unpredictable market currents may have exposed the vulnerabilities of strategies that are meant to transcend volatile return patterns within stock markets. Global equity market patterns […]

Why You Should Consider Global Small Caps

Why You Should Consider Global Small Caps

Because the American equity markets have enjoyed an  abnormally long period, – historically speaking, – of relative outperformance versus the rest of the global marketplace, a common plea among financial advisors and writers has been for investors to maintain discipline […]

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The Great Western Economic Depression

Western economies are “recovering”. How do we know this? We are told this, over and over and over again by our governments. Then this assertion is repeated thousands of times more by the dutiful parrots of the Corporate media. The […]

Not All European Stocks Have Lagged

Not All European Stocks Have Lagged

When comparing global equity markets, the tendency is to use the large capitalization equity indices as proxies.  This makes sense as the large capitalization stocks that compose these indices are typically the most well-known and consequential stocks in a given […]