Month: October 2022

GEOS October 2022 Update

  Essex Global Environmental Opportunities Strategy (GEOS) October 2022 Update     After recovering early in the third quarter of 2022, the global equity market corrected in September, as investors obsessed over hawkish global central bank actions to cull this year’s inflation spike with concerns of a resultant global recession. Market volatility has been exacerbated by the ongoing dislocations stemming... Read more ›

Nancy Prial’s Debut on the Money Life With Chuck Jaffe Podcast

Nancy Prial, Essex's CO-CEO, recently made her debut on the Money Life With Chuck Jaffe Podcast during the Market Call part of the show, where Jeff speaks to experienced money managers about how they choose their stock selections based on market conditions. In this segment of the podcast, Nancy discusses the research methodology that goes into how Essex chooses to... Read more ›

Nancy Prial Featured on CNBC’s The Exchange – Small Cap Stocks and Inflation

Nancy Prial, Essex Investment's CO-CEO, recently was featured on CNBC's 'The Exchange' to discuss the impact inflation has had on Small and Micro Cap stocks, in addition to what sector she sees favorable at this time.  She also touches on her thoughts on the up-coming earning season.  To view the entire video, please click here.     To view the... Read more ›

Q3 2022 Essex Exchange

The market rebound of July and August came to an abrupt halt following Jay Powell's remarks at the Jackson Hole conference as it became clear to market participants that the excitement over a moderation of the Fed's tightening posture was premature.  Chair Powell, and other Fed speakers, have reiterated their stance that...Click Here to Read On Read more ›

GEOS Insights- Severe Weather and Adaptive Solutions

    Severe Weather and Adaptation Solutions Heatwaves in the US, UK, and China have continued to bring record breaking temperatures this summer. In the US, more than 100 million people have been affected by recent heatwaves that have prompted declarations of heat emergencies or extreme heat advisory warnings. In many cases, local temperatures exceeded 100 degrees Fahrenheit, even climbing... Read more ›