This means that Michael Burry’s hedge fund is now 100% invested in real assets and then holding a lot of cash. A more accurate headline would be: Burry is heavily investing in real assets and holding cash to protect
“The yen has been volatile in recent trading sessions,” Kamakshya Trivedi, co-head of global foreign exchange, interest rates, and emerging-markets strategy research at Goldman Sachs, told the WSJ. The yen
Anyone who’s followed the commentary of The Lead-Lag Report across various investor portals since the fag end of last year would note that I’ve been stating that the real pernicious risk for the financial markets, is deflation, and not so much inflation. Over the years, COMT has proven to
For income investors, 2022 has been a trying time. Interest rates are rising, acting as a drag on the bond market. Conversely, inflation remains high, eroding purchasing power and amplifying the need for income.
Copper prices at one point in the past week dipped below $7,000 per metric ton for the first time since 2020 amid growing calls of a global economic recession. On Friday, the United States Copper Index Fund
The traditional 60-40 stock-bond split won’t cut it in a world where the threat of inflation and slow growth provides ample headwinds for portfolio gains, which makes a multi-asset strategy necessary.