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Our namesake is the Alhambra, a fortress in southern Spain dating back to 889.  For more than a thousand years people of different backgrounds and cultures have found refuge behind her walls.  It has provided safety and protection through centuries of social unrest, political uncertainty and natural disasters and today the Alhambra remains as strong as ever, a symbol of wealth and security.

Like this ancient citadel, our investment strategies are intended to stand the arduous test of time.  At Alhambra Investment Partners our goal is to achieve wealth and security for our clients.  Capital appreciation and capital preservation are both necessary for a successful investing outcome and our job is finding the balance between the two.

Safety. Security. Peace of mind. That’s the Alhambra Difference.

 

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Head of Global Investment Research, Jeffrey Snider guests on CNBC's Santelli Exchange - October 2, 2014

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The Monetary Root

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How did the world get this way? I don’t mean the oncoming recession, if that is indeed, as it appears, the economy’s fate. How did the payroll statistics ever attain this kind of deference and...

Empty Consumers

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If the Chinese were intent on financial reform, and that meant trying perhaps the impossible task of a managed bubble deformation, the genesis of the idea was forged in the United States. China’s vast industrial...

Full Wages

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Despite the disappointing headline Establishment Survey estimate, those inclined to believe the payroll report as an overall economic narrative had two fallback issues. U.S. employment gains slowed more than expected in January as the boost...

Full Employment

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The headline Establishment Survey number disappointed at just 151k in January. The figure does not represent the actual amount of jobs gained, of course, since employment in January is typically about 3 million less than...