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Dismantling The Bull Case – 2019 Q1 Research Letter


The year-to-date rally in global risk assets after the Fed flip appears to us to be a last gasp of speculative mania for the current economic cycle… Read the letter»

2 of World’s Top Funds in 2018 per Bloomberg


“As the dust settles on a troubled year for hedge funds, some managers escaped the wreckage and even thrived.” Read More»

CIO Kevin Smith Interviewed on Bloomberg TV


Crescat’s Chief Investment Officer Kevin Smith discusses global economy and Canadian housing bubble. Watch the Video»


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Important Disclosures


Yet another important sign of the end of a record-long business cycle:

Troubling deterioration in the Atlanta Fed’s quant-based GDP forecasting model.

See 17 more macro timing signals and how we are positioning for the coming downturn here: https://t.co/XW9K3yvRoq

Another rally in stocks completely rejected by the credit market.

One of them is right.
The 2-year yield rarely lies.

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