Robin Griffiths Interview
This is one of the best interviews I think I have ever heard. There was so much of what Mr. Griffiths had to say that I agreed with, including the fact that he as a Keynesian trained ecnomist says that Keynesian ecnomics is a failure and the Austrian economic interpretation of the macro and monetary situation correctly predicted much of the crisis. He works with cycles analysis (something that I am very interested in and find very useful). He is quite bearish on the markets. And while he has been bearish on gold for much of his 44 years in the markets, he is bullish on it now. He takes a very pragmatic view of gold and the current macro situation. This is a very good interview and is definitely worth 20 minutes of your time.
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Robin Griffiths is Cazenove Capital Management’s Private Wealth Strategist - Robin has 44 years investment experience and is considered to be one of the top strategists in the world. Robin developed his own system, analyzing stock and market trends. He is followed globally because of his ground breaking work on world stock markets, bonds, currencies and commodities. Cazevone as a group now manages nearly £15 billion on behalf of their client base and is one of the oldest and most respected names in the financial community, tracing its origins back to the 17th century. In this interview Robin discusses this depressionary cycle, the possibility of the S&P breaking to new lows, the US dollar, some significant price targets for gold and more.
Biography from Cazenove Capital Managment
Robin Griffiths - CCM Technical Strategist -- ROBIN GRIFFITHS joined Cazenove Capital in 2008 as Technical Strategist providing strategic input and marketing support, primarily to Private Wealth Management. For over 30 years Robin Griffiths has been one of the most respected technical analysts of world stock markets, bonds, currencies and commodities. He became a technical analyst with WI Carr, based first in Hong Kong and then Tokyo before returning to London. During this time he started to develop his own trading system, analysing stock and market trends. He was then chief technical strategist with HSBC for over 20 years. His most recent position was as Head of Asset Allocation with Rathbones. Robin has been an advisor to the ECU fund, a hedge fund using technical analysis to capture movements in currencies since 1985 and latterly to the Rathpeacon fund, a long short equity fund concentrating on the largest 500 companies in the world by market capitalisation. Robin has 44 years investment experience.