James Montier, GMO. James is a member of GMO’s Asset Allocation team. Prior to joining GMO in , he was co-head of Global Strategy at Société Générale. In , value investor James Montier, a member of GMO’s asset allocation team, wrote the widely cited piece The Seven Immutable Laws of. James Montier, fresh from a presentation to clients of the $85bn Boston asset manager which employs him, is wearing Darth Vader cufflinks.

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And I will get through them and then we can talk about the kind of the favourite one out of the four if you like. He suggests growth will be lower along with lower rates. That has made a lot easier today by the way that we can handle media in an online setting.

One area he explains GMO got more active in is mergers and acquisitions. So, rather than building a dividend discount model or discount cash flow model where we know….


You can register for free and pretty much everything is on there. I wanna tell you a little more about Inspirato. Better investing starts here. And you could look at someone like Julian Robertson, right? But to me, it is the most sensible thing to do when there is nothing to do, which is I think a good description of the current asset environment in general.

James notes that we now have the second highest CAPE reading ever. Montier is also the author of ” Behavioural Investing: Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants.

You know, I grew up as a comic collector. His message is you are looking at every asset being expensive.

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And I watched them halved, halved and halved yet again, and really that triggered a lot of thought after they halved like four times, into, one, I just managed to get it so horrifically wrong. Of course, buying and holding here will be hard to do. Using leverage implies you know something about the path that the asset will take back to fair value — yet it may not go that route. Let Inspirato take care of the details, you can focus on making the most of your vacation.

Montier has been described as a maverick, an iconoclast, and an enfant terrible by the press.

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And maybe you could talk a little bit about that and what that kinda means because I think when people put it in terms of potential loss rather than yearly the returns may not be so good, but the actual magnitude is, it probably means something a little more tangible for a lot of people. And it turns out the only stable and actually equilibrium outcome is zero.

Thanks for listening, friends, and good investing. Please note that MOI Global is closed to new members at this time. This means to concentrate in the least bad asset classes. So, just total reset, but this is something that I think is another market myth that so many people get wrong on such a consistent basis that I think is probably useful just to spend a couple minutes on.

If you think about private equity, what does private equity do? Hyperinflation are actually generally associated with huge supply shocks. So I think people kinda hear the words printing money and panic.

So, there are certainly limits to concentration, but it is one of the options. There are essentially four ways you get paid for owning an equity: