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What Is Next for Bond Yields?

At the 2014 European Investment Conference, Steven Major, CFA, global head of fixed-income research at HSBC, explained that a year ago his team was criticized for predicting long-term government… »

Are Currencies a Stand-Alone Asset Class for Investors?

Speaking at the 2014 European Investment Conference, Tarun Ramadorai, professor of financial economics at the Saïd Business School, argued that currencies are increasingly seen as a standalone asset class… »

Nobel Laureate Myron Scholes on the Common Mistakes Research Analysts Make

In the first half of my interview with Nobel Laureate Myron Scholes, he shared the intuition behind the Black–Scholes option pricing model and its extensions. We then moved on… »

Geopolitics and Economics: Markets and Analysts Must Connect the Dots

Geopolitical conflicts, from Ukraine to Syria, are connected to economic pressures, said Philippa Malmgren, president and founder of DRPM Group, at the 2014 European Investment Conference. Malmgren argued that… »

Two Questions I Am Asking to Survive This Market

In an accelerating world, I find it necessary to always be learning if I hope to survive. With markets exhibiting notable volatility, I would urge all enterprising investors to… »

Can Financial Advisers Make Their Clients Happy?

Financial advisers work with their clients to understand their goals and needs, then suggest investments that make sense in that context, and thereafter consult with them periodically to make… »

Three Charts That Will Rekindle Your Interest in Financial Market History

Interest in financial history (as measured by Google Trends data) has been declining fairly steadily since April 2004 and has since fallen by about 80%. If that roughly describes… »

Returns on Negative Enterprise Value Stocks: Money for Nothing?

Value investing is about finding and buying a bargain, a dollar selling for 70 cents or less. One of the most tantalizing apparent bargains offered by the stock market… »

How to Invest If You Can’t Outperform the Market

Even if some people are able to outperform the market, most people are not. In financial jargon, most people do not have an edge over the market. This means… »