July 2013

A hedge fund for you and me? The best move is to take a pass

By Barry Ritholtz, Published: May 24 Earlier this year, Goldman Sachs Asset Management announced that it would launch a new mutual fund that […]

Housing heats up but not at boiling point yet

If you tried to buy a home in Phoenix a year ago, you probably would have been able to land […]

How to Build a Hedge Fund

Launching a new hedge fund has always been difficult, and even more so since the financial crisis. More funds are […]

Keep Investing as Simple as Possible

By Morgan Housel, Motley Fool, Predicting the quality of a fine wine has long relied on the sniff-swish-and-spit taste method. […]

Index to Track Water Costs Governments Could Attract Capital; Investors Could Hedge

By KATY BURNE A watershed moment is coming to water: the ability to bet against it. Austin, Texas-based startup Waterfund […]

10 amazing uses for 3D printing

From fully functioning firearms to tiny medical devices, the rapidly advancing technology has sparked a revolution in small-scale manufacturing. By […]

Ai40 Weekly Commentary – 29 July 2013

By Staff Reporter | July 29, 2013 The fortnight under review has seen the Ai40 Index drop slightly. July 15 saw […]

Russia’s Development of Siberia: What is to be Done?

By Clifford G. Gaddy, Brookings Institute, Russians are famous for their “eternal questions.” “Who is to blame?” and “What is […]

Investments In Wealth Management

Everyday, investors from around the world watch their computer screens looking to see how the markets are doing. What most […]

China Coal-Fired Economy Dying of Thirst as Mines Lack Water

From Bloomberg News, At first glance, Daliuta in northern China appears to have a river running through it. A closer […]