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What signs are we seeing of a financial crash?
Anyone got any opinions about how far away the next crash is?
finance  banking  investment  economics 
november 2017 by andrewducker
FT.com / UK - Jim Rogers: ‘UK has nothing to sell’
“The City of London is finished, the financial centre of the world is moving east. All the money is in Asia. Why would it go back to the west? You don’t need London,”
UK  economics  finance  investment 
january 2009 by andrewducker
The real cause of the financial crisis
When investors see a fund manager generate a higher return than his
competitors, they will move their money into that fund and out of the
other ones. And money managers are rewarded based on the size of
their fund, or the level of returns. The managers do not risk their
own money. If they can provide a bigger gain for a few years, they
win everything. They might even be lucky enough to be retired by the
time their investors are paying the piper. The managers who have the
discipline to understand and avoid the Martingale tricks will not be
able to compete on the basis of their returns over a few years, and
will eventually lose their funds and their jobs.
people  society  politics  money  statistics  mathematics  investment 
january 2009 by andrewducker
“Be Nice to the Countries That Lend You Money”
An interview with the man who managed $200Bn of US debt to China. Nice to see the Chinese now make more sense on capitalism than the US do :->
interview  politics  money  investment  wallstreet  globalization 
january 2009 by andrewducker
What To Look For Next
A look at what might happen next, economically. Fascinating, with a viewpoint I hadn't encountered before
markets  investment  finance 
october 2008 by andrewducker
Free Vs Paid
In which it transpires investors no longer think that companies that give away their products are worth investing in...
investment  web2.0  capitalism 
october 2008 by andrewducker

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