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Investors must watch what the Fed does, not what Yellen says

Dr. Ben Hunt’s note, Gradually and Then Suddenly, is quoted extensively by the South China Morning Post. Read the article

The Wall Street dad bro is having an existential crisis

Reporter Linette Lopez quotes Salient’s Dr. Ben Hunt in this Business Insider article about the challenges related to investing in today’s markets. Read the article

Why investors trust companies more than governments

Dr. Ben Hunt’s Epsilon Theory note “Westworld” is quoted in an article on CNBC. Read the article

Will The Rally Continue?

Salient’s Dr. Ben Hunt coined the phrase “Narrative of Central Bank Omnipotence.” Financial Advisor magazine included this description in an article that considers whether Central Bank Omnipotence is dying or still effective. Read the article

Crude Oil Rebounds, All Eyes on US Fed Rate Decision

Salient’s Dr. Ben Hunt was quoted in a story on Voice of America: “Ben Hunt of Salient Partners notes in a research report regarding policy that, ‘We can gnash our teeth all we want about the hypocrisy and manipulation that’s inherent in this exercise, or we can play the game and maybe make some money. […]

How Many Surprises Can an Investor Bear?

In this article by Jason Zweig in the Wall Street Journal, Salient’s Dr. Ben Hunt speaks about the ups and downs in the Chinese economy, and what might be next. Read the article

Renaissance of Active Trading…Not So Fast

Dr. Ben Hunt writes an exclusive essay for Modern Trader magazine. There’s no doubt that the Fed’s impositions of its zero-interest-rate policy (ZIRP) and numerous bouts of quantitative easing (QE) since the 2008 credit crisis have worked to the detriment of active investors and traders alike. Why? Because the Fed doesn’t care about your picking […]

Stop-loss Nonsense

Dr. Ben Hunt writes an exclusive essay for Modern Trader magazine. Thousands of investors with stop-loss orders on exchange trade funds (ETFs) saw their positions crushed in the first 30 minutes of trading on Aug. 24. Seeing a price blow right through your stop is one of the worst experiences in trading. “What do you […]