The media are becoming increasingly interested in the commodities market. This curiosity has been aroused by the strong resurgence of this asset class in investment portfolios. In times of inflation or crisis, the decorrelation between commodities and shares (or bonds) makes it in fact an important remedial option.
Thanks to its experience and its innovative approach, Diapason represents a pertinent contact for numerous publications. Market validation of our stances and intuitions, on the sidelines of mainstream opinion, has provided food for thought.
Growing interest in commodities
We respond to media requests with what we hope is precision and clarity, adding a richness to the increasing press interest in commodities and in those who manage them.
Europe following 'horrors' of 90s Japan - 25.11.2014
CNBC: Sean Corrigan discusses the deflationary issues facing Europe and the similarity with Japan in the 1990s.
Gold looks 'vulnerable' - 01.09.2014
CNBC: Sean Corrigan says gold looks "vulnerable" with a tight trading range.
Basic resources, oil and gas to outperform - 30.06.2014
CNBC: Sean Corrigan, chief investment strategist at Diapason Commodities Management, discusses whether basic resources and oil and gas are the sectors to watch.
BoE's Carney has no 'intellectual backbone' - 30.06.2014
CNBC: Sean Corrigan says Bank of England governor Mark Carney has no "intellectual backbone" following a change of heart over the timing of the U.K.'s first interest rate hike.
Japan's sustainability 'questionable' - 10.03.2014
CNBC: Sean Corrigan, chief investment strategist at Diapason Commodities Management, discusses the strength of the Japanese economic recovery.