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The Impending End of A Mania – October Letter


An important ratio of commodity versus equity valuations just reached a fresh 50-year low resembling two prior significant cyclical US stock market peaks in 1972 and 2000. … Read the letter»

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Not enough eyes on this.

Canada’s yield curve remains 78% inverted.

Probably won’t blend well with an over levered banking system at extreme valuations.

There you have it again.

Silver implied vol near all-time lows providing another opportunistic entry point.

It’s perhaps the cheapest macro asset in financial markets today.

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