Before we get into this week’s issue, I wanted to direct readers to a post I did on my blog on profit margins. It has links to pieces by Whitebox’s Redleaf , GMO’s Montier, Siegel, and Hussman. A fun read with important consequences! Now, on to today’s topic…
The Bank Credit Analyst is one of those must read publications that covers all the asset classes – equities, fixed income, currencies and commodities. It has been published for over 60 years and tackles the investment landscape from all different angles – fundy, technical, quant…
I’ll keep the intro short this time and let you get straight to the 64 page PDF below.
Here are a few charts from the piece:
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Peter Berezin, Chief Strategist
Peter Berezin joined BCA Research in 2010, as a Chief Strategist and member of the BCA research team. Prior to joining BCA, Mr. Berezin spent three years as a Senior Global Economist and Market Strategist with Goldman Sachs in New York. Prior to joining Goldman Sachs, Peter spent seven years with the International Monetary Fund, where he was involved in program negotiations and surveillance in a variety of countries, with a special focus on bank restructuring in Asia. He was also a member of the IMF’s Research Department, where he contributed to the Fund’s flagship publication, the World Economic Outlook. He has extensive experience in analyzing global economic and financial market trends, and has been widely quoted in various media outlets. Mr. Berezin has a Bachelor of Arts (Economics) from McMaster University, a Master of Science (Economics) from the London School of Economics, and a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Toronto.