Chad Slater

There was a brief period when “Faded (Where are we now)” topped the charts recently and we thought it would be an apt title for this week’s blog. Late last year, our Head of Macro and Risk did an excellent piece looking at how markets behave once the Federal Reserve goes... Show More

Scott Williams

Markets have changed and probably not for the better. Investor complacency seems to be the norm as their reliance on central banks and policymakers to come to the rescue every time the market starts to jitter, makes them sleep comfortably at night. In what has been the longest bull market... Show More


Buying undervalued stocks is traditionally the way investors seek to deliver returns over the long term. At Vega Capital, we utilise a differentiated way of looking at the markets in the United States and discuss it in today’s blog. There are two overarching algorithms we utilise, the first uses macroeconomic... Show More


In my last blog, I provided an overview of Vega Capital’s model for identifying and pre-empting recessions in the United States. Last Thursday (at WeWorks Martin Place), I presented a talk on how our model would have approached the Great Depression and other recessions. The former is what I’ll be... Show More