In the latest GMO Viewpoints -- "Bracing Yourself for a Possible Near-Term Melt-Up" -- Jeremy Grantham has a warning for bubble watchers: the next phase in this long-running bull market may be even more dizzying gains. Among the factors Grantham considers are the acceleration of price, increasing concentration like that in tech "winners," outperforming quality and low beta stocks and the role of the Fed in recent bubbles.
In a new quarterly letter to GMO's institutional clients, head of asset allocation Ben Inker discusses why investors should be thinking about the risks of surging inflation, even if such a surge may not be inevitable or even probable. Chief investment strategist Jeremy Grantham considers the current market environment and how to most rationally take risk with the ultimate stakes on the line.
In a new white paper, “The Good Thing About Climate Change: Opportunities,” GMO’s Lucas White and Jeremy Grantham discuss the growing problem of climate change, the exciting investment possibilities in companies combating that peril and the best ways for investors to approach the opportunity.
Emerging Value and Margin of Superiority by Ben Inker and Why Are Stock Market Prices So High? by Jeremy Grantham
Jeremy Grantham explains why he believes that the high equity prices in today’s market have some staying power, and expects it will take much longer than usual for the power of mean reversion to draw profit margins and price earnings ratios back to historical norms.
In a new quarterly letter to GMO's institutional clients, head of asset allocation Ben Inker addresses "perhaps the most common question I get from clients: What keeps you up at night?" ("Up At Night").
GMO Quarterly Letter by Ben Inker and Jeremy Grantham
GMO Quarterly Letter from Ben Inker and Jeremy Grantham
Lucas White and chief investment strategist Jeremy Grantham highlight the long-term investment opportunity in natural-resource equities.
In a commentary today, GMO chief investment strategist Jeremy Grantham addresses risks and potential unintended consequences of the U.K.'s Brexit decision.