The Fed’s Legacy: Asset Bubbles and Lost Confidence

By Jim Rickards For most experts, failure is a learning experience that leads to a search for new methods. That’s […]

3 Macro Money-Making Opportunities

By Alex Dumortier, CFA, Motley Fool, In the post-crisis world, no investor can afford to ignore macro considerations. But for […]

The seeds of a new secular bull market are being sown

From Abnormal Returns site, http://abnormalreturns.com/the-seeds-of-a-new-secular-bull-market-are-being-sown/ In the conclusion of my book Abnormal Returns: Winning Strategies from the Frontlines of the […]

‘Safe Haven’ Sovereign Debt at Lowest Levels in Several Hundred Years

By Jacob Wolinsky, Value Walk, Whitney Tilson has some interesting observations on bond yields across the globe. Yields of countries […]

Wall Street Bets on Debt That Doesn’t Exist

by Matt Wirz and Katy Burne, WSJ,   Fresh from Wall Street’s alchemy labs: Credit derivatives tied to General Motors […]

Food for Thought – An Oxstonian Perspective on the Banking Sector and the Return of the Dividend Yield

By Liu-Yue (Louie) Lam, Co-Founder, CEO, & Chief Investment Strategist, Oxstone Capital Management, On several occasions during the 2008 to […]

QE = wealth redistribution

By Dian Chu, Economic Forecasts and Opinions, James Bullard, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis was on […]

One Reason to Stay Long Equities

By Alex Daley, Casey’s Extraordinary Technology There are a lot of troubling signs with the equity markets these days, with […]

Emerging markets: the risks are increasing

By Prieur du Plessis, Emerging-market equity prices as measured by the MSCI Emerging Markets Free Index are primarily driven by […]

4 Signs the Rally’s Here to Stay

by Sarah Morgan, Smart Money, Is the stock market rally the beginning — or the beginning of the end? Plenty […]

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