Kevin Smith Featured on CNBC

Crescat’s Kevin Smith was recently featured on CNBC’s Halftime Report, where he discussed our views on China

Quarterly Letter

Crescat Capital Quarterly Investor Letter Q3 2015

China’s economic crisis is in full swing and Crescat has been well positioned for it. The People’s Bank of China has begun unpegging its currency this month, just as Crescat had been predicting. As we explain below, we think it is only the beginning of further yuan devaluation. Through today’s close (8/26/15), Crescat Global Macro Fund is up 6.5% net in August month to date and up 12.8% net year to date. Read More »

Crescat Capital Featured in Barron’s

Crescat’s Chief Investment Officer Kevin C. Smith was featured in Barron’s for a hedge fund profile. In the article, Kevin discusses our recent success with our China Currency and Credit Bubble Theme, as well as the origins of the firm and our proven investment process.

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