Commentary: Prospective

Cyclical Timelines Prediction of Disruption

Posted: July 9, 2020

Cyclical timelines support the potential for major market disruption to occur in equity and fixed income. Read more… The full article is published in Bancroft Capital’s “View from the Bleachers” Newsletter by Larry Morris. For access to the article, please complete the Article Access form on the right. Larry Morris serves as a senior advisor […]

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Generational Theory Prediction of Disruption

Posted: July 7, 2020

Support from several generational theories indicates major disruptions in the equity and bond markets in the near future. Read more… The full article is published in Bancroft Capital’s “View from the Bleachers” Newsletter by Larry Morris. For access to the article, please complete the Article Access form on the right. Larry Morris serves as a […]

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Risk Management

Posted: July 2, 2020

The most effective risk manager in today’s complex markets must take into account generational trends, behavior influences, technical analysis, fundamental changes, and current trends as well as sort through manipulated data, corrupt capitalism, and central bank monetization. Read more… The full article is published in Bancroft Capital’s “View from the Bleachers” Newsletter by Larry Morris. […]

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The Final Act Will Play Out Pt. 3

Posted: June 30, 2020

We see evidence, from a historical perspective, that approximately every seven years we undergo a subtitle sell off in fixed income prices. [1967, 1974, 1987, 1994, 2001, 2008, 2015 (mitigated due to QE)] Read more… The full article is published in Bancroft Capital’s “View from the Bleachers” Newsletter by Larry Morris. For access to the […]

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Gann & Elliott Wave Theory

Posted: June 25, 2020

Notice the years showing extreme interest rate increases are approximately as follows: 1967, 1974, 1987, 1994, 2001, 2008, 2015, and projected 2022. Approximately every 7 years. Read more… The full article is published in Bancroft Capital’s “View from the Bleachers” Newsletter by Larry Morris. For access to the article, please complete the Article Access form […]

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Five Segments of 3D Hedging

Posted: June 18, 2020

A 3D approach is accomplished with a multi-pronged analysis that consists of the following five segments: (1) generational cycles, (2) wave and short-term cyclical analysis, (3) evaluation of current economic conditions, (4) short term technical factors, and (5) current market psychology. Read more… The full article is published in Bancroft Capital’s “View from the Bleachers” […]

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3D Hedging

Posted: June 16, 2020

One way to address risk management in collapsing markets revolves around a three-dimensional (3D) look at hedging instead of the traditional one-dimensional (1D) structure that most folks use today. This involves analysis to determine when a market trend exists, as well as the best opportunity to achieve a profitable result. Read more… The full article […]

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Political Cycle Yields Economic Hurricane

Posted: June 9, 2020

“I expect these changes to be felt in the next political cycle and quickly morph into a category five economic hurricane.” Read more… The full article is published in Bancroft Capital’s “View from the Bleachers” Newsletter by Larry Morris. For access to the article, please complete the Article Access form on the right. Larry Morris […]

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Equity Downturn Yields Reshaped Econ Landscape

Posted: June 3, 2020

If the equity markets undergo a substantial downward rotation, and the political vitriol hits a fever pitch, our social infrastructure will be reshaped and the consequences will change the entire economic landscape. Read more… The full article is published in Bancroft Capital’s “View from the Bleachers” Newsletter by Larry Morris. For access to the article, […]

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Populist Revolution – Creep to Socialism

Posted: May 26, 2020

As the populist revolution evolves into permanent changes to the socio, political environment, the creep to socialism marks the end of productivity. “Sooner or later you run out of other people’s money to spend.” -Margaret Thatcher Read more… The full article is published in Bancroft Capital’s “View from the Bleachers” Newsletter by Larry Morris. For access […]

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