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Understanding Demogronomics

A rare wealth management savant with a dual sense of humor and humility, Mike Williams epitomizes Warren Buffett’s tenet of turning complex concepts into digestible truths.

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Mr. Ed Emerson
Editor & Managing Director, HNW Magazine

A rare wealth management savant with a dual sense of humor and humility, Mike Williams epitomizes Warren Buffett’s tenet of turning complex concepts into digestible truths.

The US-based Genesis Asset Management and Demogronomics founder and managing director is a candid market commentator who enchants business leaders and high net worth individuals the world over with his “five most dangerous words”, warnings about buying into the media’s “red ink” and enduring contrarian perspective that lifts you up with one hand, and offers you an emotional pack of Tums with the other. And like many of the world’s top advisers, one of his greatest assets is his refusal to acknowledge his own strength. Ignore his insights at your peril.


Mr. Ed Emerson

Editor & Managing Director, HNW Magazine

We were lucky to come across Mike Williams’ research back in 1998 , in our search for contrarian investment views. His knowledge, passion and flawless communication skills area a favorite of those lucky enough to have heard him speak , and his regular written views are appreciated by investors and clients looking for guidance.

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Mr. Alan Steel
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We at Alan Steel Asset Management in Scotland ( Independent Financial Advisors ) were lucky to come across Mike Williams’ research back in 1998 , in our search for contrarian investment views. Since then we have had Mike over to Scotland and London a few times over the years to present to clients, business, and media contacts.

Such is his knowledge, passion and flawless communication skills he is a favorite of those lucky enough to have heard him speak , and his regular written views are appreciated by investors and clients looking for guidance as antidotes to the constant negatives we hear too much of nowadays. Perhaps that’s why we are often asked when he’s coming over again.

And I’m lucky enough now to have him as a friend too.


Mr. Alan Steel

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I became aware of Mike’s research back in 1998, during his first BARRON’s interview, where just about all of his projections came to pass in the markets.

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I became aware of Mike’s research back in 1998, during his first BARRON’s interview, where just about all of his projections came to pass in the markets.

Then, I saw the value of his research again in late 1999, in an institutional piece we receive weekly at the bank. Again, his data proved to be very valuable to the investor in preparing them for important upcoming trends. He has consistently kept our readers ahead of the pitfalls and aware of upcoming sector changes.


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Chop and Then – Boom

“Face reality as it is, not as it was or as you wish it to be.”

– Jack Welch

Good Morning,

Yawn.  That was the sensation after the Fed statement yesterday.  I was laughing a bit as I watched the myriad of reporters questioning Fed Chair Powell after the statement was released.  One could almost feel the distinct letdown as each question failed to create the “zinger” everyone seemed to be hoping for in his responses.  You know, the one where Powell makes some big error and the narrative can shift to the “see, we told you we were all knowing and that he has been hiding this monster all along…”

I really loved this quick headline afterward as markets “plunged” 47 basis points lower – 48 hours after setting all-time-new-highs:

“Gold, Gold Miners turn red after Fed raises inflation expectations…”

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Traders Lose

“It’s not so important who starts the game, but who finished it.”

– John Wooden

Good Morning,

What a summer, huh?  I mean – wow.  Stunning, enlightening, stressful, boring, edgy.  Oh wait, it’s only two weeks old.  Sorry – early.

Ok, I am kidding.  Here is what I am not kidding about:  Traders lose – almost all of the time.  The effort to interact with a myriad of stimuli, in a reactive, emotional state, against some of the best in the business – with A.I. machines and algorithms to boot – is not a game I choose to play.  Neither should you.

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Slow and Hazy

Choppy may be the only productive theme for the next several weeks.  As covered repeatedly, the long-term is set to surprise many – for a long time – to the upside. However, it is summer – and I suspect we need to recognize that for what it is in the near-term. The only exciting thing – unless that media builds another monster for us in the coming weeks (which it easily could) – is that by the 20th of July, the Q2 earnings season will have begun.  Each week that goes by, the YOY increase in expectations for those numbers rises

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Much Higher

As you settle in for official “summer weekend number one”, I thought it might be interesting to take a look back to gain a sense of what’s ahead.  I will keep this simple – with several pictures so those cold summer drinks can go down easier – and you my friend, can relax.

First, the bad stuff:  more chop, more angst, more nervous periods, more corrections and more trade ranges are ahead.  Count on it as much as you can count on the sun rising each morning.   The good news about the bad news is this:  there is nothing new in the previous sentence.  We have been dealing with chop, angst, corrections, recessions, plunges and trade ranges since the beginning of time.

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Running Away

While everyone was giving thanks to those who have protected the foundations of our freedoms, every indication highlights that there was much movement around the country, unlike last year at this time.

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From The Top Down

This week, like all previous Memorial Day weekend build-up weeks, likely sees a slowing level of volume coming into the markets.  Don’t fret – it is normal.  Volume will continue to fall into June in all likelihood

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Edge of The Haze

Good Morning, We have covered this now for a bit.  Indeed, the trade range often mentioned is doing almost exactly what you want it to do.  It is making the…

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Smoked

Good Morning, The immense level of fear, seemingly missing the bigger picture unfolding in front of us, is rising as we type.  The indications of this are pretty much across…

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That Feeling

Good Morning, Ok, inhale slowly – count 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, …. 125, exhale slowly – count 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 6, 7, 8,…

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      The purpose behind our “Morning Note” is different than typical newsletters.

      We don’t get lost in Wall Street jargon. Why? After nearly 40 years, we can tell you that “jargon” is what causes most of the mistakes investors make over time.

      The Morning Note helps our clients see through the constant fog driven by the media process. That process focuses on things which will – and are often intended – to scare you. If you are not scared, you won’t pay attention to what they say; if you don’t pay attention to what they say, they lose ad revenue. Simply put: it’s a business model – not news.

      Instead we focus on what we like to call “bread crumbs” along your pathway to your goals. You are your own “index” – not the S&P 500. Your goals, your interests and you and your families staying on your course. That requires a vastly more productive viewpoint. It requires we stand tall in the storms. It requires we remain patient and disciplined, while focusing on the long-term horizon ahead. The “bread crumbs” are designed to deliver your most valuable outcome – staying on your course. Many battles, setbacks and disasters await. Always have – always will.

      The theme of the Morning Note will allow one to always recognize this over-rising fact: When we started in this business, the DOW hovered at 950. It is well above that today. And – most important – every single thing we have been taught to be terrified of – has already unfolded, all while our country built unprecedented wealth. So one has two choices – fear today or be confident of tomorrow. The history of the United States is clear. We overcome, we build, we learn, we expand, we succeed, we lead. Sure, we mess it up at times – but know this: the data is clear that our best years are dead ahead.