The start of the New Year provided a rude awakening to the few remaining people lulled to sleep by the die-hard equities bull market. While the world faced the worst COVID case spike of the pandemic, it also had to come to terms with a more hawkish posture from the Fed. Markets trended hard for […]
Well… looks like 2022 isn’t going to be the up, up, and away risk on love fest 2021 was. The first month of the year reminded everyone quite quickly that there is real risk in this market. US stocks, world stocks, hedge funds, and real estate all took a turn lower, with the S&P down […]
December markets brought some volatility as the world attempted to figure out the relative impact of omicron and the Fed likelihood of raising rates sooner than expected amidst some potentially improving job numbers and high inflation metrics. Trend following programs generally fared poorly (unless you stayed long oil), but not bad enough to erase a […]
December quickly turned around from a red November, providing a rally we didn’t see coming and closing out 2021 strong. Real estate, Commodities, and Stocks were the top performers of the year, where hedge funds and bonds could use some improvement. Our preferred managed futures coasted through the year, ending the year positively. We’re looking […]
If you haven’t noticed what’s happening in the energy markets of late- oil and natural gas are on a bit of a tear this year, especially over in Europe, where they’ve been a bit more aggressive politically in their embrace and enforcement of ESG protocols and mandates. Even good old-fashioned West Texas Crude Oil isn’t […]
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