In this quarter’s Knowledge Leaders Strategy update, we discuss our work in four areas.
Last week, Intel executives took the stage in San Francisco to report to an audience of analysts, investors and media that Moore’s Law is alive and well. What does this have to do with our investment process and the Knowledge Effect? Everything.
In a market experiencing the largest pullback since the election, investors are rightly looking for places to hide. At present, according to our work, the US energy sector is the only truly oversold sector.
The interplay between debt and income can be a difficult thing to understand. Here is a useful analogy. Imagine a hot air balloon lying on the ground preparing for take-off.
Since the election we’ve heard the rally in stocks characterized as a “Trump Trade” or a “reflation” trade. We think there is a really important element missing from this analysis that could change very quickly over the next several weeks.
The Trump victory has inflicted a heavy dose of uncertainty on the capital intensive global auto industry.
This quarter we discuss our work navigating a global equity rotation from defensive-driven leadership to cyclical-driven leadership.