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R. David Ranson, President and Director Research
C. Wainwright & Co. pioneered top-notch company research in the 1930s, reaching the peak of its reputation in the 1970s. That tradition became the hallmark of the work produced by its successor company, Wainwright Economics, which became independent in 1978. Wainwright Economics changed its name to HCWE & Co. in 2015. Their expertise has grown along with the sophistication of the markets. Their research is independent, empirically based, and divorced from conventional economic doctrine.
Murenbeeld & Co.
Murenbeeld & Co. provides analysis and advice on economic and financial developments, with emphasis on interest rates, foreign exchange rates, equity markets, and commodity price trends. Their reports include the Gold Monitor which forecasts general economic trends occurring in North America and abroad, and the Market Monitor which assists with decisions related to asset allocation. They also provide topical reports on recent economic data releases and economic and financial events.
Every June, Incrementum publishes one of the most comprehensive gold studies worldwide. Here you can read and download both the compact and/or extended version for free.
Incrementum AG is an independent investment and asset management company based in Liechtenstein. Incrementum AG was founded in 2013. Independence and self-reliance are the cornerstones of their philosophy, which is why the four managing partners own 100% of the company. Prior to setting up Incrementum, the partners all worked in the investment and finance industry for years in places like Frankfurt, Madrid, Toronto, Geneva, Zurich, and Vienna. They are very concerned about the economic developments in recent years especially with respect to the global rise in debt and extreme monetary measures taken by central banks.
The Chapwood Index
The Chapwood Index reflects the true cost-of-living increase in America. Updated and released twice a year, it reports the unadjusted actual cost and price fluctuation of the top 500 items on which Americans spend their after-tax dollars in the 50 largest cities in the nation.
It exposes why middle-class Americans — salaried workers who are given routine pay hikes and retirees who depend on annual increases in their corporate pension and Social Security payments — can’t maintain their standard of living. Plainly and simply, the Index shows that their income can’t keep up with their expenses, and it explains why they increasingly have to turn to the government for entitlements to bail them out.