Readers of Tradestreaming may remember I recently interviewed James Juliano, a partner at Kairos Capital (see Investing Using Policy as a Guide).
Kairos is a boutique shop that runs portfolios using a battle-tested form of policy analysis that’s been the life’s work of founder, Russell Redenbaugh.
New investment newsletter that takes a top-down approach
With policy research as its backbone, the firm has launched a weekly newsletter called Reading the World.
Subscribers to the newsletter will receive a weekly missive with:
- 10+ pages of analysis
- first, the news: Reading the World begins by curating the important macroeconomic news stories of the week. So, if policy decisions are tipping against universal healthcare, readers will now about it.
- next, what to do with your money: Once readers are informed of the week’s impactful events, readers are given access to what Kairos calls The Allocator. While it’s not a buy list, it is a dashboard that labels each asset class as green, yellow, or red.
- Allocate accordingly: lastly, investors get to see where Kairos is positioning itself and what the relative weightings are of each asset class in a portfolio.
Pretty interesting stuff and it will cost you about $300/year (there’s a 2 week trial, as well).
If you’re interested, check out the Reading the World newsletter.