Selection of Recent Client Letters

A handful of recent letters to our clients are linked below.

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October 2020 Client Letter

  • Sentiment Surrounding Debt Crossed a Major Threshold This Year
  • Two Years into the Reversion, and It Has Hardly Begun

September 2020 Client Letter

  • The Fed Emerges Out of the Shadow of Its Second Great Mistake
  • Undervalued Equity Markets Outside the U.S. Begin to Attract More Attention

July/August 2020 Client Letter

  • Gold Walks Through Its 2011 Peak as Awareness Grows and Real Rates Sink
  • The Real Outlook for the Typical 60/40 Portfolio of Stocks and Bonds

June 2020 Client Letter

  • Early Signs Suggest the Monetary Earthquake of 2020 is Unlike Any Other in the Post-War Era
  • The U.S. Equity Market Now Stands Alone in Overvaluation

May 2020 Client Letter

  • A Decade into Deleveraging, It Feels Like Another Treasury–Fed Agreement Is Now in Place
  • Warren Buffett Senses Something He Doesn’t Like

April 2020 Client Letter

  • Unlike Wars, Pandemics Depress Economic Activity and Interest Rates
  • A Year After the Crash of 1929, the Market Didn’t Look So Bad

2020 Annual Client Letter

  • From the End of Monetary Restraint to Trillion-Dollar Deficits
  • Mission Creep Toward an Old Normal: MMT and “Symmetric” Monetary Policy
  • A Summary of Our Market Outlook in 2020
  • It’s Time to Be Invested in Assets Outside the Dollar

 

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