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Children First

Author: Gabriel Hament, Post Date: June 28, 2019
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Since the ’08-’09 financial crisis, it has been astounding to watch as investment pours into Florida’s Sarasota-Manatee region. Construction cranes dot the skyline, new housing developments expand beyond the interstate while regional unemployment remains at historic lows. But the increase in economic activity on the Gulf Coast has not necessarily translated into larger paychecks or […]

Gabriel Hament of Cumberland Advisors, to speak during the “Health, Hunger, and Philanthropy” Panel

Author: , Post Date: April 5, 2019
FINANCIAL MARKETS & THE ECONOMY Financial Literacy Day III Gabriel Hament, Charitable & Foundation Accounts

USF Sarasota-Manatee, Cumberland Advisors, and the Global Interdependence Center invite you to our third annual Financial Literacy Day, to be held April 11, 2019, from 8:30 AM to 4 PM in the Selby Auditorium of the USFSM campus. The theme this year is “Financial Markets and the Economy,” and the event will feature a number […]

Buffett’s 2018 Letter / Fees Matter When Investing “Forever” / Clear Your Calendar for April 11th

Author: Gabriel Hament, Post Date: March 21, 2019
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In the Oracle of Omaha’s 54th annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders, Warren Buffett celebrates the dynamism of the American economy while cautioning investors against high-cost advisory fee arrangements. Buffett attributes the success of the United States to the American tailwind – a force animated by patriotism, sacrifice, and the belief that “generations beyond would […]

US Hurricanes and the Bond Market

Author: John R. Mousseau, CFA & Gabriel Hament, Post Date: September 8, 2017
Cumberland Advisors Market Commentary

There has been much written over the years about the effects of hurricanes on equity markets. Clearly, such calamities have caused drop-offs in economic activity, followed by upticks in spending and consumption as affected areas rebuild. There is also considerable literature on the effects of large storms on property and casualty (P&C) companies. Generally speaking, these companies pay out substantial claims after the storms but usually benefit down the road as they obtain pricing power for future insurance premiums.

We wanted to look at some of the major storms in the United States to see if we could discern any trends or effects from these meteorological events on the bond markets.