The first quarter of 2016 has been marked by additional monetary easing by major central banks venturing further into negative interest rates and direct credit easing in response to a weakening global economy. It is a symptom of the ongoing global debt default that to support the current market valuations (and avoid a crisis of confidence),...read more
Developing currency management strategies, and executing on them, is an integrated and multipart process. Market positioning, capital flows, interest rates, geopolitical risks, economic fundamentals, technical analysis (and the list goes on), collectively contribute to currency direction. Experienced currency managers tend to increase their...read more
Within the first few weeks of 2016 the Canadian dollar has dished out pain and joy in abundance. The irony is that within a single month both bulls and bears experienced these emotions in extremes. The currency first fell dramatically in the early part of January only to fully reverse by early February.
How does one manage these risks...read more
There's an old joke in economics that goes: "The questions never change, but the answers always do". The unconventional answers that central bankers have developed over time to solve the lack of inflation (or in some cases deflation) are Quantitative Easing (QE) and Zero/Negative Interest Rate Policy (...read more
What is Signature Tactical Bond Pool?
The new Signature Tactical Bond Pool is a globally diversified fixed-income portfolio that has the flexibility to respond tactically to shifting market conditions and ability to find the best opportunities to add risk-adjusted alpha. Our goal is to provide better returns than the...read more