The boundaries of the old highs and the boundaries of the lows in the stock market and in the economy will be with us for a long time.
We are entering a period of time in which relations will be more challenging for the U.S. and China. It isn't healthy that the two biggest countries in the world have a very big debtor-creditor relationship. There is going to be a tendency by both countries to blame each other and be antagonistic.
Our portfolio is mostly skewed to Treasury bonds, gold and emerging-market currencies, especially Asian currencies. We also hold commodity assets that are limited in supply and that high-growth emerging countries need. I want to minimize my exposure to the major developed countries' currencies -- the U.S. dollar, the euro, the British pound and the yen.