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Incrementum Liechtenstein Signal Service – An Exclusive Offering Of A Valuable Technical Indicator
Incrementum AG is an owner-managed and fully licensed asset manager & wealth manager based in the Principality of Liechtenstein. The business focus is the management of investment funds that Incrementum believes to be unique. What makes them exceptional in the traditional asset management space? They evaluate all investments not only from a global economy perspective but take the current state of the global monetary regime into account. This analysis produces what they consider a truly holistic view of the state of financial markets. They believe their profound understanding of monetary history, out-of-the-box reasoning and prudent research allows for their clients to prosper in this challenging market environment. Their boutique approach combines unconventional thinking with state of the art asset management wisdom. Their independenceallows them to communicate without bias and their flexibility enables them to respond to evolving markets rapidly. Their intention is to deliver a select range of investment funds, which they believe will grow incrementally during stable as well as during challenging economic times. Prior to joining the company, the partners held positions at UBS, Dresdner Bank, Lombard Odier, Darier Hentsch & Cie., Cantrade Private Bank, PBS Private Bank, Bank Leu, Pictet & Cie., Bank Sal. Oppenheim, Merrill Lynch, Raiffeisen Capital Management, Erste Group and Société Générale.
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INCREMENTUM’S INFLATION SIGNAL INDICATOR: A “Risk-On” “Risk-Off” Financial Markets Timing Indicator
This proprietary trading indicator serves as the crucial input factor for the investment process at Incrementum. The fund managers at Incrementum time the exposure of the asset allocation of inflation sensitive assets like commodities, mining equities and energy equities according to the output of the inflation signal. The signal can be of great value to anybody, who is interested in inflation protection or trades inflation sensitive assets. “Not only were we able to avoid the mayor drawdown in the commodity related assets of 2014, we actually were able to gain from the move on the short side.” Incrementum’s Ronald Stöferle Inflation is definitely a monetary phenomenon. Because of the dynamics of “monetary tectonics”, inflationary and deflationary phases can alternate. To measure how much monetary inflation actually reaches the real economy, Incrementum utilizes a number of market-based indicators – a combination of various quantitative factors – which result in a proprietary signal. This method of measurement can be compared to a “monetary seismograph”, and is called the “Incrementum Inflation Signal”.
Some Background On the Incrementum Signal Indicator:
Incrementum believes that the inflation-deflation indictor signal currently represents perhaps the most important macroeconomic metric for the financial markets. Why is this so important now? In 2008 the global debt based monetary system has entered an instable phase. The everlasting credit- and debt expansion cannot anymore be orchestrated via conventional central banking policy tools. Financial markets have become highly dependent on these central bank policies. Unconventional monetary policy measures are still on the agenda of every major central bank. In the world of financial markets, Incrementum believes this balancing act between inflation and deflation will become increasingly difficult to manage. Incrementum is convinced that investors should prepare for both scenarios: inflationary periods and deflationary busts. Is the Endgame Price Inflation? On the last page of the playbook it is very likely that there will be significant price inflation. However, due to the monetary tectonics the volatility of inflation sensitive assets has increased significantly and it is due to become an even bumpier ride. You need to be able to ride the waves of the inflationary and deflationary tides. The core tool for that can be this proprietary indicator signal. In the long run, inflation is always a monetary phenomenon. Because of the dynamics of “monetary tectonics”, inflationary and deflationary phases can alternate. To measure how much monetary inflation actually reaches the real economy, Incrementum utilizes a number of market-based indicators, which result in a proprietary signal. This method of measurement can be compared to a “monetary seismograph”, which Incrementum refers to as the “Incrementum Inflation Signal”.