Subscription to the Halkin Service

Halkin Services Limited was formed in November 2002 to cater for the clients of Naydale Services, the excellent advisory service formerly provided by Teddy Butler-Henderson. The objectives and activities of Halkin Services are set out below:

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Objectives

  • To provide an open-minded, stimulating and independent commentary on fundamental and technical developments in global financial markets, financial economics and alternative investments.
  • To circulate, with permission, the insights of respected contrarian writers, market experts and other reputable individuals on a much broader subject spectrum, including geopolitics and climate.
  • To facilitate discussion and debate of key financial issues through lunches and dinners.

The Halkin Letter

Written by Peter Warburton, with contributions from Yvan Berthoux on Europe and Tom Traill, is distributed fortnightly on Thursday, highlighting significant financial and economic developments and drawing attention to the most striking and original material that has appeared in the previous week.

The Halkin Technical Comment

Written by Tony Plummer, circulated fortnightly on Tuesday, summarising the latest opinions of respected market analysts.

The Halkin debates

Lunches and dinners (in London) are arranged throughout the year for subscribers to debate topical issues with contributors to the service and other prominent individuals.

Sharing the best contrarian newsletters

Distribution of some of the best contrarian newsletters (with authors’ permission) including:

  • Bob Hoye
  • Browning Newsletter
  • T3 Robin Griffiths and Ron William
  • The Credit Strategist by Michael Lewitt
  • John Mauldin’s Thoughts from the frontline and Outside the Box
  • Helmsman Monthly Commentary
  • John Thorn on India
  • Economic Perspectives - Mini Market Focus (monthly)
  • Economic Perspectives - Global Inflation Heat Maps (monthly)
  • From time to time Simon Hunt on China

Specific information

Provision of information in response to specific client requests, where feasible. These can be submitted by e-mail or telephone.