IceCap Asset Management Looks For The Gold At The End Of The Interest Rate Rainbow
Zero Hedge is happy to present the latest members of our little club: IceCap Asset Management, whose market insights we will share with readers on a periodic basis. In the inaugural piece, "Somewhere over the rainbow", Keith Dicker looks for the treasure at the end of fiat rainbow and, as expected, finds gold (to misappropriate the symbolism of a bankrupt country to that of one of the world's strongest economies). The presentation, which is from July, is prophetic to the dot in our rapidly changing (and devaluing) times, and those who may have listened to the presented advice, would have been about 20% richer: "Gold is the ultimate store of value and insurance policy, and has proven to be a terrific asset in times of market uncertainty. After all, isn’t that what you would expect to find at the end of a rainbow?" What is it with Canadians, first Sprott and now IceCap, and their unabashed willingness to express their love for the metal: don't they know it is a barbarous relic which the shamans of Keynesianism, especially those who have found their last refuse in the NYT Op-Ed pages, enjoy ridiculing with every last breath of credibility they have left in their turgid ideological bodies? So for those who wish to leave failed economic dogma behind, here is IceCap.
Somewhere Over the Rainbow (pdf)