In this week’s Barron’s, we get the second part of the semi-annual Roundtable and global macro investing legend Felix Zulauf kicks things off with a fairly dire outlook. He’s been dire for a while now (as all macro people must be), so that’s not the news. What I did find interesting was his outlook for…
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Felix Zulauf: Here Comes the Buying Climax
Regular readers know I’m a huge fan of Felix Zulauf‘s career as a macro investor as well as his ongoing commentary. I always look forward to his remarks in the Barron’s Roundtables and in his regular notes. Felix has been bearish for years now but opportunistic in some regards. He now believes that equities are…
Felix Zulauf Growls
This weekend was the opening salvo of the Barron’s Roundtable and opinions were fairly diverse. Most of the participants did their usual talking-your-book routine: Abby Joseph Cohen is bullish, Bill Gross is vaguely bearish, Mario Gabelli says its a stock-picker’s market etc – no surprises, same thing 20 years running. But the commentary that really…
Felix Zulauf is Mega-Bearish in Barron's June Roundtable
One of the more perspicacious Roundtabler’s has grown very bearish.
This Week on TRB
Here were the most read posts on TRB this week, in case you missed them: Chills n’ Wrath Felix Zulauf: Here Comes the Buying Climax Notes from the PIMCO Investment Summit with Mohamed El-Erian Adaptation Bernard Baruch’s 10 Rules of Investing My Clique
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Tough Crowd: Notes from the John Paulson Call
Using my advanced ninja skills I got myself onto the Bank of America Wealth Management-hosted conference call starring John Paulson of Paulson & Co this evening. The notoriously press- and attention-shy Paulson agreed to be on the call a week after Citigroup pulled $410 million from the hedge fund manager and so at least some…
"We are witnessing the biggest market manipulation of all time."
“We are witnessing the biggest financial-market manipulation of all time.”
The European Vice
But as the budget-cutting pain of reduced government benefits and social services brings protesters to the streets and drives support for nationalist or far-left parties, it is not clear what the economic alternative might be.
I'm Gonna Tell You How It's Gonna Be…
Here’s what I’m thinking is about to go down: A chilling head-fake sell-off followed by new highs for equities.