- JK Investment ConsultingCEO, presentI provide portfolio management consulting to large institutions and financial advisers.
- Harvard Law SchoolDoctor of Jurisprudence, 1993 - 1996
- Stanford UniversityPolitical Economy, 1987 - 1991
- University of OxfordPPE, 1989 - 1990
- Hanna High School1983 - 1987
- Colegio Nueva Granada1977 - 1981
- Harvard University
China's Gold Reserves: A Strong Dose Of Reality | Seeking Alpha
China is not very interested in gold; it owns little of it, and has actually shown proportionately more interest in accumulating paper bonds
The Future Of Greece, The Euro And The Impact On Global Markets | Seekin...
I highlight some of my past predictions regarding the Greek crisis that have proven highly prescient.
S&P 500 Earnings Inflated Due To Buy-Backs? Surprising Truth - SPDR ...
Many stock market commentators argue that reported and/or forecast S&P 500 index earnings are massively "inflated" due to the large quantity
Signs Of A Stock Market Correction Developing - SPDR S&P 500 Trust E...
Signs Of A Stock Market Correction DevelopingIn my latest radio interview, I explained from a fundamental perspective why the risk of a 10-2
Fed Funds Not So Easy: Major Implications For Stocks | Seeking Alpha
I have been a critic of Fed policy in the last few years. In particular, I have stated that the policy of quantitative easing [QE] was prolo
A Bear Market Is Unlikely In 2015 - SPDR S&P 500 Trust ETF (NYSEARCA...
I am on the record as stating that there is a substantially higher-than-normal risk of a 10-20% stock market correction in 2015 - particular
The Earnings Recession Of 2015: Stock Market In Danger? | Seeking Alpha
The companies that comprise the S&P 500 index (NYSEARCA:SPY) on aggregate are likely to experience an earnings recession that commenced in t
The Biggest Risks To Stocks In 2015: A 10-Point Analysis
In investing, risks always exist, and financial pundits are always worried about various things that can go wrong. Having said that, it is p
QE Never Left Us: The U.S. Economy And Stocks Will Grow Faster And Higher
On October 29, 2014, the US Federal Reserve officially announced the termination of its quantitative easing (QE) policy - as had been widely
Terror Cover-Up Scandal In Argentina: Investment Implications
On January 14, 2015, Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman officially filed charges against Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner
Reasons To Be Grateful: The U.S. Economy Is Much Better
The national culture of the United States is one that is characterized by a preoccupation - perhaps obsession - with problem-solving, achiev