Our investment strategy consulting service uses both third-party and proprietary research. The service is best suited for clients who need broad level strategic advice they can apply to portfolio management, though they prefer to choose their own investments and perform their own analysis on individual investments.
We provide our expert economic views, including strategic asset allocation recommendations, and investment specific comments and suggestions.
Our business planning services include financial modeling for the capitalization of startups and strategic investment expenditures. Our analysis develops performance and financial metrics used to outline management and other actionable plans.
We produce reports for both internal and external audiences, geared towards economic sensitivity analyses.
Areas of Analysis
Our financial economics analysis is characterized by a concentration on activities, in which money in one form is exchanged for money in another form, and is thus concerned with the interrelation of financial variables. Our research focuses on the allocation and deployment of financial resources in an uncertain environment as applied to financial markets.
Our international economics analysis is concerned with the effects on economic activity from international differences in productive resources and consumer preferences. We seek to decipher the patterns and consequences of transactions and interactions between members of different economic areas, including trade, investment and migration.
Our macroeconomic analysis deals with the performance, structure, behavior, and decision-making of an economy as a whole, rather than individual markets. Our work focuses on aggregated indicators such as GDP, unemployment rates, and price indices, as well as the interrelations among different sectors of the economy, to better understand how the whole economy functions. Our research attempts to understand the causes and consequences of short-run fluctuations in the business cycle.
Our monetary economic analysis provides a framework for understanding money in its functions as a medium of exchange, store of value, and unit of account. Our analysis attempts to decipher the underlying drivers for the demand for money and to distinguish material nominal and real monetary relationships, including their influence on aggregate demand and its impact on economic output.