Robert Kessler – Market Warning

Robert Kessler – Market Warning

What’s to blame for the sea change that has occurred in the financial markets recently:  the spike in volatility, the first official stock market correction in two years and a rise in formerly placid long-term interest rates?

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The almost universal answer from Wall Street is that the disruption in the financial markets has been caused by an acceleration in global growth, a pickup in inflation from abnormally low levels and the withdrawal of years of stimulus from major central banks.

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And there is another factor at work in the U.S., the huge expansion in government spending. The recent 2-year budget deal adds nearly $300 billion to government spending. By some estimates the Treasury will need to issue more than a trillion dollars in bonds a year to cover the burgeoning federal budget deficit.

Is this just one more reason to avoid U.S. Treasuries?  Financial luminaries such as Warren Buffet, former Fed chairman Alan Greenspan, and current and former so-called bond kings Jeffrey Gundlach and Bill Gross would say, yes. At various times in recent years they have all called bonds, including Treasuries, extremely expensive if not downright dangerous investments.

Not so this week’s guest. He is Robert Kessler, Founder and CEO of Kessler Investment Advisors, a manager of fixed-income portfolios with a specialty in U.S. Treasuries for institutions and high net worth individuals globally.  For years Kessler has been correct in predicting interest rates would fall and stay low and also in recommending Treasuries for their investment potential and safe haven characteristics. What’s his view now? We’ll find out.

As always, this week’s program is available to our PREMIUM subscribers right now.  Our exclusive EXTRA feature with Robert Kessler addresses risk and how his regular rock climbing expeditions have influenced his investment perspective.

Thank you for watching. Have a great weekend and make the week ahead a profitable and a productive one.

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  1. I can only speak for myself but any positive correlation between the risk of rock climbing and the safety of treasuries seems a bit of a stretch if not eccentric.

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