But this time, there's no Financial Crisis, and no QE in sight...
Specifically, Buffett offered to bet that over a ten-year period from January 1, 2008, to December 31, 2017, the S&P 500 index would outperform a portfolio of hedge funds when performance is measured on a basis net of fees, costs, and all expenses. H
Goldman Sachs used to seem invincible. In the fourth quarter, it lost money. The Wall Street firm on Wednesday reported its first quarterly loss since 2011. It was the result of a one-time $4.4 billion charge stemming from the new tax law. But even
Why the 99% of us are falling farther behind...
The latest trade figures on Chinese/Russian trade should be further warning to the U.S. that economic sanctions do not work. In May 2017 Russian and China agreed to increase bilateral trade to $80 billion by the end of 2018.
Welcome to 2018 – a year that will be the culmination of at least 105 years of mismanagement of the Western financial system by governments, central bankers and the elite.
After taking six months medical leave to deal his lymphoma, Inigo Fraser-Jenkins, the head of global quantitative strategy and European equity strategy at Bernstein Research in London, returned to work this week with a new perspective on life.
Do Yourself A Big Favor!
Many people do not realize that America is not only entering a new year, but within the next month we will also be entering a new economic era.
US Bonds hit 2.59% - this is the moment we've been waiting for! Normalisation and what it means for markets! In Bonds Lies The Truth!
Bill Gross Goes Short Treasuries: "10Y Could Reach 2.8% By Year End"; Pimco Prepares To Go Long
(By Harley Schlanger) With all signs pointing toward increasing volatility in the Trans-Atlantic financial markets, President Donald Trump must decide in the next weeks whether he will return to his campaign pledge to move against the destructive spe
In February of 2015, I wrote an article titled "Stock Buybacks and Sears' Death Spiral." In this article, I was critical of Sears Holdings Corporation's stock buybacks, totaling $6.011 billion, from 2005 through 2011. In the final paragraph o
Too much money chasing too few assets sums up financial asset inflation and declining returns.