Profile of Alexander FleissChairman and Chief Investment Officer, Rebellion Research Partners LP
Member Since: 5/8/2014
Blog Posts: 13
Alexander Fleiss serves as Chairman and Chief Investment Officer of Rebellion Research Partners LP, a Global Macro hedge fund and financial advisory that invests across all asset classes and is based in New York. Mr. Fleiss also oversees the firm's institutional research division, Rebellion Economics, which offers coverage of 44 countries. Mr. Fleiss has spoken about Artificial Intelligence investing at conferences, colleges and in the Wall Street Journal, Fox News, BusinessWeek, Bloomberg News, Geo Magazine and Institutional Investor. Prior to co-founding Rebellion Research in 2007, Mr. Fleiss served as a Principal at KMF Partners LP, a long-short US equity fund. While at KMF, he was primarily responsible for investments in the financial service, technology and consumer industries. Mr. Fleiss began his investment career as an analyst for Sloate, Weisman, Murray & Co which was acquired by Neuberger Berman. Mr. Fleiss developed investment algorithms with the firm's CEO, Laura Sloate who is now a partner at Neuberger Berman. Mr. Fleiss received a BA Degree from Amherst College.
Articles by Alexander Fleiss
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Over the next 6 years, global copper consumption is expected to rise as much as 40%, to 27 million tons.
The world's largest buyer of precious metals was also on the wrong side of the natural gas trade, while its economy, not well diversified, has continued to stall throughout 2013.
In a victory speech, Angela Merkel made clear she is standing up for European sovereign debt holders around the world by not offering financial relief to cash strapped neighbors.
Both American and European automobile markets are seeing stronger sales, signaling good health for the industry and a rebound from the crisis a few years ago.
Demand for Palladium has increased from automakers, while Russia's 15% stockpile could be dwindling, setting the stage for a bubble.
The Swiss jobless rate of 3 percent beat analyst estimates in June, while GDP was modest but positive, defying the drag from the Euro region.
Chile, although a smaller overall economy than Brazil, is growing quickly in South America and should not be overlooked.
A real estate boom faces some headwinds as commodity prices fall and mining cuts back, but across the globe sunnier skies for Florida's economic forecast could help the Aussie economy.
While the US housing market slowly improves, Peru's construction industry is accelerating and growing at 18 percent.
While the US is showing signs of life, Europe remains flat and India is starting to slow.
Alexander Fleiss, chief investment officer for Rebellion Research, gives his insights on economic data from 52 countries.
Europe is finally stabilizing, while Latin America's problems continue to get worse, according to Rebellion Research's Chief Investment Officer.