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Lack of corporate hubris means elongated cycle E-mail

7.17.14

Lack of corporate hubris means elongated cycle

When we started Richard Bernstein Advisors roughly five years ago, we thought the US was entering one of the biggest bull markets of our careers. Today, we are likely in the midst of this long bull market. Despite the general consensus that a bear market is on the horizon and investors’ ongoing interest in protecting potential downside risk, we do not think the Fed, investors, or corporations are yet sowing the seeds for the next recession.

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FT - Investors manic for 'disrupter' stocks E-mail

6.25.14

Financial Times - Investors manic for 'disrupter' stocks

Investors rationalised lofty valuations during the technology bubble with theories regarding the “new economy”. “Disrupter” companies are today’s rationalisation. Investors seem willing to pay outrageous valuations for disrupter companies because the companies are supposedly changing the world and have no relationship to the economic cycle, to Washington or to geopolitical events.

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EM debt seems risky E-mail

6.12.14

EM debt seems risky

At RBA, we search for gaps between perception and reality, and this seems to be the case for emerging market debt. Investors have been lured to these securities by their higher yields, yet the underlying economic and currency fundamentals are deteriorating without commensurate widening of spreads.

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Worried about the Downside E-mail

5.13.14

Worried about the Downside?

There have been numerous academic studies that suggest investors’ reactions to market risk are not symmetric. Investors consistently react more negatively to losses than positively to gains. At RBA, we incorporate this asymmetry in our sentiment work. Data clearly show that no group of investors is currently willing to take excessive US equity risk. Pension funds, endowments, foundations, hedge funds, individuals, Wall Street strategists, and even corporations themselves remain more fearful of downside risk than they are willing to accentuate upside potential.

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Rich Bernstein on "The Nightly Business Report" E-mail

4.25.14

Rich Bernstein on "The Nightly Business Report"

Rich discusses the importance of having a financial plan and focusing on the long term on "The Nightly Business Report" on PBS.

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