Monthly Archives: July 2016

Kyōki (Insanity)

Pondering the state of the global economy can elicit manic-depressive-obsessive-compulsive emotions.  The volatility of global markets – equities, bonds, commodities, currencies, etc. – are challenging enough without consideration of Brexit, the U.S. Presidential election, radical Islamic terrorism and so on.  … Continue reading

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A Shot of Absolute – Fortifying a Traditional Investment Portfolio

In the seven years since the financial crisis, most asset prices have experienced significant appreciation, allowing for even the most inexperienced of investors to increase their wealth. As the saying goes, “a rising tide lifts all boats”. For investment managers, assessing the … Continue reading

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Price to Sales Ratio – Another Nail in the Coffin?

  720 Global has repeatedly warned that U.S. equity valuations are historically high and, of equal concern, not properly reflective of the nation’s weak economic growth potential. In this article we provide further support for that opinion by examining the … Continue reading

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