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@rackerPresident Gary Cohn says goodbye to Goldman Sachs $GShttp://www.goldmansachs.com/our-thinking/podcasts/episodes/12-12-2016-gary-cohn.html Gary Cohn reflects on his journey from a difficult childhood struggle with dyslexia to serving as president and chief operating officer of Goldman Sachs. As he departs the firm after 26 years, Cohn shares some of the experiences that have shaped him, and reflects on the value of diversity, the importance of perseverance and learning how to turn failure into success.
@rackerDavid Rosenberg says U.S. market “the most overvalued equity region”, Forget inflation http://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-investor/investment-ideas/research-reports/article33345008.ece/BINARY/Breakfast_with_Dave_Dec_2016.pdf “unstoppable” deflationary forces: technology, demographics, globalization, deregulation, drilling, dollar strength, etc - “far too much reflationary optimism is priced in at the moment”
- expects “heightened state of volatility” in 2017
- says bonds, treasuries are “way oversold”
- recommends higher levels of cash to take advantage of volatility in 2017
- “I believe that fading the inflation psychology and identifying equity sectors and areas of the capital market more generally that are not priced for excessive optimism and not currently experiencing a crowded trade, in other words moving against the herd mentality, will likely bear fruit in what is probably going to be an even more intense roller coaster ride than what we witnessed in 2016.” #Rosenberg$GS#GluskinSheff
@nicholaslepanFrank Holmes of US Global Investors comments on his visit to a Goldman Sach conference in Dallas; his big takeaway was the increased use of sentiment analysis tools "what this means is sophisticated software trawls the internet in real time for public attitudes and opinions on companies, products, sectors, industries, countries" Goldman’s preferred system is Stanford’s CoreNLP, which is able to break down and analyze sentences in a number of different ways (and different languages to boot). $GS#techhttp://www.usfunds.com/investor-library/frank-talk/#.WKXVmW_yuDI