Andrew Abraham

andy-0101 My name in Andrew Abraham. I have been investing in commodities and managed futures since 1994. I adhere to the philosophy of trend following. Trend following stresses a disciplined approach to commodity/ futures trading. Successful trend following and commodity futures investing requires patience, discipline and actively managing the risk. What sets me apart from other traders is that I am not only concerned about the return on investment but how much risk I will have to tolerate to achieve my goals.

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Jeremy Grantham Views on the Economy

This was a great read that was on Scribd…

Jeremy Grantham, co-founder of GMO LLC, has penned his most recent investor letter. As Seeking Alpha blogger Edward Harrison deftly puts it: “[the letter] is a cutting, snarling, and sarcastic rejection of the prevailing V-shaped recovery bull market view. But Grantham is far from ultra-bearish, giving a more nuanced and realistic assessment for the medium and longer-term.”

Here are some major points from the market commentary section:

Barring any massively stupid human mistakes, we are in for seven lean years.
Corporate (ex-financials) profit margins will get slimmer.
Today’s markets — as of Oct. 19 — are 25% overpriced, and on a seven-year horizon they would move Grantham’s normal forecast of 5.7% real growth down by more than 3% a year.
Developed markets will grow at about 2.25% for the next “chunk of time.” Emerging countries, meanwhile, will grow at twice that rate. Grantham also refers to an “emerging emerging bubble” — or more, the emergence of an emerging market bubble, which Grantham suggests investors ride. “Riding a bubble up is a guilty pleasure totally denied to value managers who typically pay a high price to the God of Investment Discipline for being so painfully early.”
China might stumble in the next three years, which will present itself as an “important and unpleasant surprise of the fundamental economic variety.”
Particularly entertaining, however, is Grantham’s opening to the letter, which riffs on President Obama receiving the Nobel Peace Prize:

You know I can’t tell you how surprised, even embarrassed I was to get the Nobel Prize in chemistry. Yes, I had passed the dreaded chemistry A-level for 18-year-olds back in England in 1958. But did they realize it was my third attempt? And, yes, I will take this honor as encouragement to do some serious thinking on the topic. I will also invest the award to help save the planet. Perhaps that was really the Nobel Committee’s sneaky motive, since there are regrettably no green awards yet. Still, all in all, it didn’t seem deserved. And then it occurred to me. Isn’t that the point these days: that rewards do not at all reן¬‚ect our just desserts? Let’s review some of the more obvious examples.

Grantham goes on to award prizes to Ben Bernanke for “missing the unmissable”; “Misguided, sometimes idiotic mortgage borrowers”; “Over-spenders and undersavers”;
“Banks too big to fail”; and “over-bonused financial types,” among others.

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