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exploding inflation

Bonds: Negative yields say inflation is dead. Oh really….?

As more than 15% of the global government debt market enters negative yield territory we are truly living in extraordinary times. The corollary of those conditions is that the market is in effect pricing in no inflation. Oh really?

February 26th, 2015 by

Debt

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Looking for inflation? Check out Man Utd….

Through 2014 we wrote regularly about the critical value attached to live broadcast content. Recently we wrote about news content and Twitter and yesterday was sport’s turn to shine…

February 11th, 2015 by

Quality Franchises

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straightjacket

An Apple a day keeps the consultants away….

Apple is a phenomenal company. But for active fund managers its newly attained $700 billion market cap presents a number of difficulties. WealthiFi has a few thoughts on this…

February 11th, 2015 by

Value

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Banks: Watching a bank run in Greece…..

We have previously written about keeping a firm eye on deposit flows in the Greek banking system. With election results only a few days, the implosion of bank share prices is not encouraging…

January 28th, 2015 by

Financials

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Bond market doesn’t believe Austrian bank management…

It’s deja-vu all over again as Yogi Berra would say….but if you’re a CFO of Austrian bank Raiffeisen International you’d say “Despite ongoing speculation, I want to reassure the market that no capital increase is planned”….

January 27th, 2015 by

Financials

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samurai lessons

Chart of the Day: Some YEN lessons for the euro on QE…

Whoosh, the euro is rapidly heading towards 1.10 against the USD. But where could it ultimately go?  Here’s a few charts….

January 23rd, 2015 by

Technical Trends

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flying party

ECB QEuphoria as 3 huge markets fly…….

Not unlike QE announcements in the US and Japan, the reaction of investors in 3 asset classes has been along predictable lines. Here’s the graphic tale from the coalface…..

January 23rd, 2015 by

Debt

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explosive power

QEazy ECB: 5 thoughts as to what happens next….

Amazingly, we are in our 7th year of central banking assistance to financial markets but there is apparently still a need for an additional €1.2 trillion ECB balance sheet explosion . Here are 5 early WealthiFi observations…

January 22nd, 2015 by

Financials

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US Banks: Could investors have seen the earnings risks earlier?

While the Swiss Franc steroid infusion by its central bank will garner most headlines today it is likely investors in US banks will be nursing some wounds too. JP Morgan disappointed yesterday but there’s more pain today….

January 15th, 2015 by

Financials

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More capital to follow Twitter than Kim in 2015….

This writer was struck over the Christmas holidays by how many reasonably app savvy and news hungry individuals don’t use Twitter as their primary news feed. I just assumed they did.

January 14th, 2015 by

Value

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