Category: Asset Allocation

Commentary April 2021 – A World Refocusing

Reblogged from Brintab.com As the winter progressed, markets were driven more than anything by increasing signs of successful vaccine rollout and hence risk reduction in the global economy.  Early in the quarter markets bounced around a bit but the month

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Commentary January 2021 – Coping with the Froth

Reblogged from www.brintab.com This fall we saw mostly continuation of trends from the summer best described as splitting of the investment world.  The prospects of a Covid19 vaccine and US government spending triggered major shifts in currency and certain stocks

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Commentary October 2020 – a touch of rationality

Reblogged from Brintab.com After markets recovered this spring from the worst of the pandemic impact, the summer was a season of optimism, perhaps misplaced optimism, while a little bit of realism arrived with the coming of fall. There will likely

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We’ve just witnessed the stock market’s echo, echo, echo!

Reblogged from brintab.com The echo has arrived. Over the course of the spring and summer I have often talked about how most major stock market pullbacks are followed by a rise up and then a second pullback. That second pullback

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