Jeffrey C. Borneman
Mr. Borneman recognizes the validity of a stand-alone MDEF™ (Metals, Defense, Energy & Food) Investment Strategy and DEMAND/consumption patterns.
He developed the MDEF™ Strategy based on his extensive understanding of historic trends in societal advancements and world markets.The MDEF™ Strategy has garnered wide attention and acknowledgment from financial consultants, historians and media as MDEF™ recognizes all aspects of human nature, market theories and capital movement.
The MDEF™ Strategy focuses on investments in critical components of human need. Historic events have repeatedly and predictably demonstrated the criticality of each of these market sectors for survival of nation-states and individuals alike. The MDEF™ Strategy is specifically designed on the Value-at-Risk (VaR) model enabling investors to respond to inflationary pressures, civil unrest, regional conflicts and scarcity of necessary goods and services from environmental or human-caused disasters.
Mr. Borneman established and owns Rampart Portfolio Partners LLC, and is primarily focused on the performance of the MDEF™ Strategy, reflecting what can only be considered global economic upheaval, by understanding and predicting geopolitical, currency, environmental and legislative risks.
Mr. Borneman began his 28 year Wall Street career as a financial consultant with PaineWebber after graduating from the
Mr. Borneman shares his time between
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