Articles in the “Notes from the Kitchen” Category
Thinking the Unthinkable
Investors put their capital at risk. As portfolio managers, we attempt to manage that risk by invest...
Capitalism Without Capital
“Capitalism without Capital” is a book that has deeply influenced my thinking. The book sums up the...
Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop, GameStop!
The chart above shows GameStop Corp’s parabolic rise YTD, catapulting the stock from being considere...
The View from Asia: Covid Catapult
For many, the passing of 2020 will have evoked a sense of welcome relief, less ‘adieu’ and more ‘goo...
A Long-Term Diagnosis
As we start to assess the events of 2020, the over-riding feeling is a sense of relief, not just tha...
Market Outlook Part 2
In March of this year, when stock markets were down -30%, and oil down -60%, year to date, I wrote a...
Episode 9 – Questions, Questions, Questions
Are Bond markets starting to tell us something about the divergent pace of economic recoveries aroun...
Notes from the kitchen - Episode 8 -Taking Stock
Taking stock - As we head towards Q3 reporting, a few numbers to think about
Notes from the kitchen - Episode 7
Strange week for sector correlations, with bombed out US Value names bid (S&P 500 Airlines index up...
Notes from the kitchen - Episode 6
It’s been hovering in the background for a while, but is it time for us to start worrying about BREX...