By Jack Burns

RIT Capital Partners fund issued its 2016 year-end report in late February. While the company was pleased to report a net profit of 12.1 percent and total shareholder returns hold at 14.2 percent, the company, and its chairman Lord Jacob Rothschild, seem preoccupied with risks associated with political and economic instability.

Rothschild announced that while the funds’ assets are at an all-time high, the announcement comes, “Against a background of daunting uncertainty and political turmoil.” Going further, he stated a more ominous warning. “At this time of upheaval and uncertainty, our investment portfolio will continue to be well diversified,” he wrote comforting his shareholders their fund’s portfolio would be as protected as possible from any coming downturns in the market.

However comforting the report may be for individual investors, Rothschild’s final comments loom large over the mostly positive economic report. He wrote, “There could well be a period ahead of us when the avoidance of risk is as high a priority as the pursuit of gain.” The investment banker’s chosen word of “period” seems to indicate a coming downturn in profitability, even though for the past five years the fund has realized a profit of more than 1 billion euros.

According to the report, Rothschild and his very powerful family have a vested interest in preserving their assets. “RIT Capital Partners plc is an investment company listed on the London Stock Exchange. Its net assets have grown from £280 million on listing in 1988 to over £2.7 billion today. RIT is chaired by Lord Rothschild, whose family interests retain a significant holding,” the issue reveals.

If the fund, whose value is at an all-time high, suddenly declines, falling with it will be a large portion of wealth the Rothschild family enjoys. Although, any such declines would hardly come as a surprise to the Rothschild family who reportedly controls much of the world’s wealth and has a hand in nearly all of the world’s banking institutions, including the Federal Reserve, as some have stated.

The chairman’s statement continues with what some might say is an ominous and uncertain view of the future. “Since the last World War, we have enjoyed some 70 years of patiently crafted international cooperation, which is now threatened,” an apparent reference to Brexit and the UK’s referendum to withdraw from the European Union.

“Against this deeply worrying geo-political situation,” he wrote seeming to highlight the potential of WWIII if the Syrian conflict continues, “one can point to a number of positive investment factors.” Echoing many statements made by the current U.S. president, Lord Rothschild stated he was hopeful corporations would receive a break in government imposed revenue. He said, “in the US, the proposed tax reduction for companies and individuals,” was a favorable policy change for his fund’s portfolio.

Echoing President Trump’s call for deregulation, Rothschild also was reportedly pleased with the “reforms of an over-regulated system.” Likewise, in step with Trump’s call to exponentially increase spending on America’s failing transportation infrastructure, Lord Rothschild is pleased. However, Trump’s call for, “increases in fiscal and infrastructure expenditure…come at a time late in the business cycle, when the labour market is close to full employment,” means there’s no forecast of immediate returns on infrastructure spending forecasted in the future.

The banking and financial baron also seemed to lament that “wage increases up by some 4% over the last few months” a factor which affects the bottom line for every company. He also stated across the fund’s portfolio will also be affected by rising interest rates. “Valuations are at the high end of their historical range, inflation is returning and in these circumstances, it is likely that interest rates in the US will rise meaningfully,” he said. And coming from the man whose familial connections and financial partners control the Federal Reserve, he should know.



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  1. What arrogance.

    The writer is as ignorant about what is going on as Rothschild wants him to be.

    Can you imagine this man who oversees the strategic direction of the Cabal operating a fund like RIT Capital Partners and being concerned about the rising wages of workers or bemoaning the fact that Trump wants to push business growth during a time of “full employment” in the US.

    His concerns are those of a man whose empire is threatened by rising expectations of ordinary people. He is obsessed with suppressing the people, keeping everyone living hand to mouth, in debt and paying all their income to insurance and interest.

    This guy only wants the gravy train he has built to continue. I hope he enjoys the global trial of all those criminals that helped him consolidate power for his banks, and the long informative interviews they will give the prosecutors.

    He pretends not to see the consequences to society of his demands and policies behind the scenes, but he admits here that he does indeed see that his wealth is dependent on keeping the general population at the brink of poverty.

    His “concerns” are about increasing expectations.

    • Yes, I fully agree with you Dane Arr. To me this is the arrogance of a psychipathic mind, reasoning in its own interest without a sense of empathy for the props (human beings) creating its empire as slaves. The dismay of Baron the Rothchild is completely different from the dismay he causes in humanity, in many parts of our world. He and his dynasty can’t possibly concerned about losing money, as I perceive it. He’s solely concerned about losing control. For there’s no alternative but an abyss of darkness to this mindset.

      It’s telling that Baron The Rothchild says it in this way “There could well be a period ahead of us when the avoidance of risk is as high a priority as the pursuit of gain.” This is clearly about keeping control and to me he’s aware of the chance to lose this game.

      I guess it depends on the “antics” of these wealthy powers how we will move through the coming months, behaving like cats on a hot tin roof. There’s nothing as dangerous to a psychopathic mind as seeing its throne crumbling. We should comfort ourselves, though in the company of compassion, knowing that what’s left for such a mind is utter despair. There’s nothing left for such a mind that holds the spark of life or the continuation of it. It’s were the darkest of darkness is present.


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