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Activist Position Presentations
An alphabetically organized list of precious metals miners in Crescat’s portfolio for which it has published case studies on its website and/or social media networks. Review Here
In our view, inflation is the most mispriced macro variable in markets today. CPI growth is 5.1% higher over the last two years, but five-year forward inflation expectations are essentially unchanged. Based on our analysis, structural forces are likely to keep the annual growth rate in consumer prices elevated for much longer and substantially higher than currently priced into markets. Continue Reading Here ›
Crescat’s Portfolio Managers, Kevin Smith and Tavi Costa, provide insight on their current views of the economic environment and how their strategies are positioned to create value for Crescat clients. See Macro Presentation Deck Here ›