Neil and Co. catch up and talk about a market resembling both the late 1990s tech boom and the Nifty Fifty craze of over 50 years ago. Also discussed is Neil’s current research adventures into commodities and thoughts on electric vehicles and where he’s seeing value today.
Investors have noticed the correction in stocks and a growing chance of recession. However, the real carnage has come from the bond market. Neil Rose and Arthur Mallet discuss the ramifications of an asset class that's not as safe as people think.
Neil says to understand Costco is to understand Regency Capital’s approach to stocks. It's a long term holding in a business that’s well-known but perhaps not fully understood: “Costco is not a retailer.”
We send you this important 40-minute chat where Arthur Mallet and I discuss all things macro and macro-investing. We address important concepts shaping Regency Capital’s approach to investing, the advantages and pitfalls of macro, and the evolution of my macro education.
After nearly 40 years of benign inflation, markets have long since written off inflation as a material risk. In fact, policymakers have been so successful at suppressing inflation, many investors and almost all economists only worry about deflation.
The Talk Exchange Ep 001: Six Months at Regency Capital
Arthur Mallet and Neil Rose (finally) sit down and reflect after six months building Regency Capital. They talk about the journey, lessons learned, surprises, and their business principles and motivations.