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成功逃避三次金融危险的格兰瑟姆再度“望空”异日:一致的一致都是不确定的

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美东时间6月11日,一连创新高的美股遭遇“暗色星期四”,美股三大股指均以暴跌收盘,道指大跌1861.82点。而这正相符被市场誉为“永久的空头、GMO永久投资策略师及公司说相符创首人杰里米·格兰瑟姆(Jeremy Grantham)对市场发出的预警:“现在的市场好似已迷失于单方笑不悦目之中,但郑重和耐性好似更正当。”

根据资管“先觉”GMO公司的传统,6月4日,公司准期对外发布2020年一季度给投资人的季度信(《1Q 2020 GMO Quarterly Letter》)。在该信件中,行为曾实在展望1989年的日本股市崩盘以及2000年的美国“科技泡沫”和2008年的美国和欧洲的金融危险的传奇投资人,格兰瑟姆在信中坦言:他今年一月份就感觉到情况不妙。在他望来,此次危险,异国确定性可谈;到岁暮,成千上万的公司将会面临债务存量一连增补至巅峰的情况;几乎能够一定的是,V型苏醒望首来期待渺茫。

为了让《红周刊(博客,微博)》的读者原汁原味的理解和体会格兰瑟姆对市场的真知灼见,吾们专门为读者准备了英文原版以及中文精译双语版本,以下为格兰瑟姆信件的精彩不悦目点和完善版文章。

精彩不悦目点:

一致都是不确定的,能够是前所未有的程度。

疫情给供需带来的冲击正在以远快于大衰亡的速度,引发经济萎缩。

吾们真的不晓畅必要众长时间全球经济才能苏醒。几乎能够一定的是,V型苏醒望首来期待渺茫。

企业休业已经最先了,到岁暮,成千上万的公司将会面临债务存量一连增补至巅峰的情况。

美国股市现在的市盈率处于历史前10%的程度。相比之下,美国经济则处于最糟糕的10%,甚至能够是1%。

超额的刺激资金首先会流入股市,但纷歧定会让人们重返做事岗位。起码在一段时间内,赋闲率将高达20%。

就风险和回报来说——尤其是最糟糕的首先和最好的首先相比,现在的市场好似已迷失于单方笑不悦目之中,但郑重和耐性好似更正当。

以下为信件全文:

THE VIRUS, THE ECONOMY, AND THE MARKET

病毒、经济和市场

Jeremy Grantham

杰里米·格兰瑟姆

My simple life at GMO of focusing most of my efforts on climate change related investing was rudely interrupted by the coronavirus. The virus is a bottomless pit of complexity, contradictory data, and guesswork.

吾在GMO公司将精力重要荟萃在与气候变化有关的投资上,但这栽浅易的生活被新冠病毒强横地打断了。疫情之中,事态纷繁复杂,互相矛盾的数据迭出,人们只能一连诉诸推想,犹如无底之洞。

The interactions of the virus with the economy and new economic measures are the same: complex and without precedent.

疫情与经济运走及新经济措施的相互作用也经历着相通的状况:复杂且空前未有。

And the interactions with the market psychology of these medical, financial, economic, and political actions, well, as any self-respecting gangster would say, “Fuhgeddaboudit.” So, starting in late January – yes, I was way ahead of the U.S. and the U.K. administrations, both spectacularly slow to get the point – I have been spending twice my usual total research time on all these new interactions, which for anyone interested in data analysis have presented an amazing challenge. The goodnews is the days flash by. The bad news is that new data arrives faster than humans can keep up with.

而至于医疗、金融、经济和政治走动与市场生理的相互作用,借用一句晓畅自重的歹徒会说的——“十足没能够”。美英两国当局长时间搞不清新状况,而吾一月下旬就有预情感况不妙。所以,从当时最先,吾便一向钻研这些新的相互作用,投入的时间相等于吾一般钻研时间的两倍。对于任何对数据分析感有趣的人来说,这些新的表象都是一个重大但令人惊喜的提战。好新闻是日子过得很快。坏新闻是人类分析的速度跟不上新数据产生的速度。

For now, let’s get this on the table.

现在,让吾们把这个摆到桌面上来谈。

There are no certainties here. At GMO we dealt with three major events prior to this crisis, and rightly or wrongly, we felt “nearly certain” that sooner or later we would be right. We exited Japan 100% in 1987 at 45x and watched it go to 65x (for a second, bigger than the U.S.) before a downward readjustment of 30 years and counting.

此次危险,异国确定性可谈。在此之前,GMO公司曾渡过三大关,而且吾们当时都“几乎一定”迟早会是正确的,尽管现在来望,当时判定并非实在。1987年,吾们在股指45倍市盈率的时候,将资金统统(100%)从日本市场撤出,然后望着它的市盈率不息上涨到65倍(有那么一幼段时间,日本股市估值比美国还高),但之后日本股市最先了长达30年的向下调整,现在还在不息。

In early 1998 we fought the Tech bubble from 21x (equal to the previous record high in 1929) to 35x before a 50% decline, losing many clients and then regaining even more on the round trip. In 2007 we led our clients relatively painlessly through the housing bust. In all three we felt we were nearly certain to be right. Japan, the Tech bubbles, and 1929, which sadly I missed, were not new types of events. They were merely extreme cases akin to South Sea Bubble investor euphoria and madness.

1988年头,吾们与“科技泡沫”奋斗,此时科技股市盈率从21倍(相等于此前于1929年创下的历史高点)走向35倍,随后大跌50%。在这个过程中,吾们失踪了很众客户,同时,在市场触底折返的过程中,吾们获得了更众客户。而2007年,吾们带领着客户,以较少的亏损度过了房地产泡沫破裂的过程。在这三件事情上的判定,吾们几乎一定本身是对的。日本、科技泡沫,以及吾遗憾错过的1929年,这些都不是新事物,只不过是与南海泡沫事件中投资者高昂和疯狂相相通的极端事例。

The 2008 event also was easier if you focused on the U.S. housing euphoria, which was a 3-sigma, 100-year event or, simply, unique. We calculated that a return trip to the old price trend and a typical overrun in those extreme house prices would remove $10 trillion of perceived wealth from U.S. consumers and guarantee the worst recession for decades.

倘若你望到了美国房市的狂欢,会更容易理解2008年的事件(次贷危险)的因为,这是一个三西格玛、百年一遇——或者简言之——独一无二的事件。根据吾们当时的测算,倘若房价回到正本的趋势,再添上极端的房价展现典型的太甚上涨,美国消耗者的预期财富将缩短10万亿美元,并注定会展现数十年来最厉重的没落。

All these events echoed historical precedents. And from these precedents we drew confidence.

所有这些事件都是历史先例的重演。从这些历史事件中,吾们获得了信念。

But this event is unlike all those. It is totally new and there can be no near certainties, merely strong possibilities. This is why Ben Inker, our Head of Asset Allocation, is nervous and this is why you are nervous, or should be.

但这次新冠疫情事件分别于所有这些先例。它是崭新的,并且几乎找不到任何确定性,只有能够性。这就是吾们的资产配置主管本·印克(Ben Inker)重要的因为,也是你们重要的因为,或者说答该重要的因为。

Everyone can see and feel that this is different and can sense the bizarre nature of the market response: we are in the top 10% of historical price earnings ratio for the S&P on prior earnings and simultaneously are in the worst 10% of economic situations, arguably even the worst 1%!

每幼我都能望到并感觉到这次纷歧样,也能感觉到市场逆答的异乎清淡:根据标普以去的利润计算,吾们处于历史市盈率的前10%,同时吾们也处于经济形式中最糟糕的10%,甚至能够说是最糟糕的1%!

And worse, we had U.S. and global problems looming before the virus: an increasingly disturbed climate causing global floods, droughts, and farming problems; slowing population growth, in the developed world, soon to be negative; and steadily slowing productivity gains, especially in the developed world, and therefore a slowing GDP trend. In the U.S., our 3% a year trend is down to, at best, 1.5% in my opinion. It is closer to a 1% maximum in Europe.

更糟糕的是,在线留言在病毒展现之前,美国及全球性题目就已经浮现:日好受扰动的气候导致全球洪水、干旱和农业题目;在发达国家,人口添长放缓,而且很快就会展现负添长;生产率添长赓续放缓,稀奇是在发达国家,所以GDP添长也呈放缓趋势。在吾望来,美国经济的年添长趋势已经从3%众的降至最众1.5%。而在欧洲,1%的添速好似就是经济添长的上限了。

We had, as mentioned, top 10% historical P/Esin the U.S. and much the highest debt level ever in the U.S. for both corporations and peacetime government. So, after a 10-year economic recovery, this would have been a perfectly normal time historically for a setback.

如前所述,美国股市市盈率达到了史上前10%的高位,企业和和一般期当局的债务程度也达到了建国以来最高程度。所以,在经历了十年的经济苏醒之后,此时经济展现没落历史上望好似再正当不过了。

And then the virus hit.

然后病毒就来了

Simultaneously, it is causing supply and demand shocks unlike anything before. Ever. It is generating a much faster economic contraction than that of the Great Depression. And unlike 1989 Japan, 2000 Tech (U.S.), and 2008 (U.S. and Europe), it is truly global. The drop in GDP and rise in unemployment in four weeks have equaled what took one to four years to reach in the Great Depression and were never reached in the other events.

与此同时,疫情给供需带来的冲击之大前所未见。而且,它正在以远快于大衰亡的速度,引发经济萎缩。1989年的日本股市崩盘、2000年的美国“科技泡沫”和2008年的美国和欧洲的金融危险都还算是区域层面的危险,而这次分别,这次是真实的全球性危险。周遭之内GDP消极的幅度、赋闲率上升的幅度,相等于大衰亡时期一至四年才能达到的程度,而在上述其他事件中情况从未变得如此厉重。

Rogoff & Reinhart, Harvard Professors who wrote the definitive analysis of the 2008 bust, agree that this event is indeed completely different and suggest it will take at least 5 years to regain 2019 levels of activity. But this is a guess. We really don’t know how long it will take. Nearly certain is that a V-shaped recovery looks like a lost hope. The best possible outcome would be that there will be, almost miraculously, billions of doses of effective vaccine by year-end.

撰写了对2008年泡沫破裂权威分析的哈佛大学教授罗格夫和莱因哈特,也赞许此次危险与以去十足分别的不悦目点,并认为起码必要5年时间才能恢复到2019年的经济运动程度。但这只是个推想。吾们真的不晓畅必要众长时间全球经济才能苏醒。几乎能够一定的是,V型苏醒望首来期待渺茫。最好的首先能够是,到岁暮的时候,稀奇般地展现数十亿剂有效疫苗。

But most viruses have never had a useful vaccine and most useful vaccines have taken well over five years to develop and when developed have been only partially successful. Yes, this time there will be an enormous effort with unprecedented spending. But still, a leading vaccine expert says quick success would be like “drawing successfully to several inside straights in a row.”And even if all works out well with a vaccine there will remain deep economic wounds.

但是,大无数病毒从未有过有效的疫苗,而且大无数有效的疫苗必要远超五年的时间才能研制出来,而即使研制成功,也只是局部成功。实在,针对新冠病毒,全世界都在孜孜不倦的研发疫苗,其消耗的资金将前所未见。但是,一位顶级的疫苗行家说,迅速成功就像“不息几次成功搏到顺子中间缺的牌”。而且,即使疫苗的挺进顺当,也会留下厉重的经济创伤。

Bankruptcies have already started (Hertz on May 22nd) and by year-end thousands of them will arrive into a peak of already existing corporate debt. It will need spectacular management, which it may get. But it may not. Throwing money – paper and electronic impulses – at the problem can help psychology and, particularly, the stock market, where extra stimulus money can end up but does not necessarily put people back to work; there will be up to 20% unemployment for at least a moment.

企业休业已经最先了(美国赫兹公司5月22日休业了),到岁暮,成千上万的公司将会面临债务存量一连增补至巅峰的情况。云云的债务规模将会必要惊人的管理能力——能够会得到,也能够不会。议定添印纸质钞票和电子货币,去解决这个题目,会赞成市场生理,尤其是赞成股市。超额的刺激资金首先会流入股市,但纷歧定会让人们重返做事岗位。起码在一段时间内,赋闲率将高达20%。

Sound and massive infrastructure spending would address the problem better, including greening both the grid and energy production. At least the size and speed of the initial financial help, which fortunately we learned to do in the housing financial bust, has saved us from the certainty of Great Depression II. But this is only round one. And many global administrations are, shall we say, not consistently sensible.

解决这个(赋闲)题目,更好的方案是进走大规模,但相符理的基础设施投资,包括电网的绿色改造和增补可新生能源的生产。起码,疫情之初,财政声援的规模之大和速度之快,让吾们避免了一场大衰亡2.0。万幸,吾们在房地产金融泡沫幻灭时学到了这招。但这只是第一轮。吾们能够云云说,很众国家的当局的决策并不是一向明智的。

Unanticipatable outcomes seem to be guaranteed. We will all have had an enforced several months of introspection. This could turn out to be a fulcrum, or tipping point, for new social and business trends: deficiencies in capitalism; inequality; climate change and our environment: limited resources in a finite world; our current high consumption economy; growth at any price.Attitudes to several of these factors were already beginning to shift before the virus. Resistance to the downsides of the status quo was already stirring. Now, all may be up for grabs.

好似能够一定的是,首先无法展望。吾们将有几个月在家阻隔的时间能够自吾逆省。本次危险还能够撬动或者引爆新的社会和商业趋势:资本主义的弱点;不屈等;气候变化与吾们的环境:有限世界中的有限资源;吾们现在的高消耗经济;不计代价的经济添长。疫情爆发之前,人们对其中几个因素的态度已经最先转折,对近况不幸因素的抵触情感已经在发酵。现在,所有这些都是能够争夺到的。

In short, we have never lived in a period where the future was so uncertain. Yet the market is 10% below its previous high in January when, superficially at least, everything seemed fine in economics and finance. And if not “fine,” well, good enough.

简而言之,吾们从未经历过异日如此不确定的时期。不过,现在的股市比1月份的高点矮了10%,当时,起码从外观上望,经济和金融领域好似一致平常。就算不是“很好”,也已经优裕好了。

The future paths include many that could change corporate profitability, growth, and many aspects of capitalism, society, and the global political scene. Some perhaps for the better, but some not. The key here is uncertainty, which in some ways seems the highest in my experience. So, in terms of risk and return – particularly of the worst possible outcomes compared to the best – the current market seems lost in one-sided optimism when prudence and patience seem much more appropriate.

异日很众计划都能够转折企业的盈余能力、企业的添长以及资本主义、社会和全球政治格局的很众方面。有些能够是向着较好倾向转折,但有些不是。题目的关键在于不确定性。从某些方面来说,这次危险好似是吾经历过的最大的不确定性。所以,就风险和回报来说——尤其是最糟糕的首先和最好的首先相比,现在的市场好似已迷失于单方笑不悦目之中,但郑重和耐性好似更正当。

Summary

总结

The few-line summary of my argument is this: the current P/E on the U.S. market is in the top 10% of its history. The U.S. economy in contrast is in its worst 10%, perhaps even the worst 1%. In addition, everything is uncertain, perhaps to a unique degree. The market’s P/E level typically reflects current conditions (please see Appendix).

吾对本身不悦目点的简短总结是:美国股市现在的市盈率处于历史前10%的程度。相比之下,美国经济则处于最糟糕的10%,甚至能够是1%。此外,一致都是不确定的,能够是前所未有的程度。市场的市盈率程度清淡逆映了现在的状况。

Markets have historically loved fat margins, low inflation, stability and, by inference, low levels of uncertainty. This is apparently one of the most impressive mismatches in history. That being said, this is a new type of crisis and much will be different. There are no certainties but there are probably still some better and safer themes. Caution and patience are likely to be two of them.

市场历来爱优厚的利润率、矮通胀、安详以及由此推想的矮不确定性。这次危险隐微是历史上令人印象最深切的错配之一。话虽如此,这是一栽新式的危险,将会有很大的分别。固然异国定论,但能够还有一些更好、更坦然的主题。郑重和耐性能够是其中之二。

(文章新闻来源:GMO官网)




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