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Halfway There and Back Again: Thoughts on Year-End and 2021

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It’s been four months since I last posted on this blog, and it’s time to put some thoughts on paper again.

First things first: it’s been a long year, and I hope 2021 is better for everyone.

Second: for new readers, at the top of this previous report you will find the standard disclaimer & brief background of my views over the last few years. While you’re there, I recommend catching up on the other archived reports.

Third: I am a portfolio & fund manager and key advisor to pension funds, hedge funds and family offices. If you’re an institutional investor looking to expand capabilities or rules-based discretionary strategies, and in case the Volatility in 2020 makes you look for new alternatives heading into 2021, feel free to reach out. I’m flexible and can adapt to your needs – I can quickly assemble a strong team or help an existing one, while working effectively with key persons. In the past I have also taken on full-time roles that go well beyond advisory work. If interested please get in touch here. Thanks for your support.

Today we’ll begin with some thoughts on Trading and more importantly, Risk Management. I believe this will

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