Episode 21: January Returns; RBA QE 1.0, 2.0, 3,0 and 4.0; WWIII; House Bubble Non-Issue; and the Reddit Rambo’s Retail Revolution
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Welcome to the Complexity Premia podcast from Coolabah Capital, which is hosted by Christopher Joye, CIO and portfolio manager of Coolabah Capital, and Ying Yi Ann Cheng, a portfolio management director. The Complexity Premia podcast strives to deconstruct modern investment problems for wholesale (not retail) participants in capital markets. You can listen on your favourite podcast app, or you can find it on Spotify, Podbean or Apple Podcasts.
In this punchy episode of the Complexity Premia podcast, we discuss a range of important developments, including:
- Our portfolio performance in January 2021 across a range of strategies;
- The RBA’s successful QE 1.0 program;
- Our forecasts for the RBA’s QE 2.0 program, which were validated in February;
- Why the RBA’s cash rate should be -3% to -4%, which will necessitate QE 3.0 and QE 4.0;
- The Reddit Rambo’s retail revolution, which is positive, not negative, for equities;
- The risk of WWIII erupting over Taiwan; and
- Why QE will not blow a housing bubble, as many absurdly claim.
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