We are three years into a “recovery,” but labor participation is still low, gasoline prices — albeit off their highs — remain at high levels, and economic growth is clearly substandard. So, why can’t the economy turn the corner? I’ll bet you $1 trillion that I can tell you why.
Can anyone reasonably expect to earn a 5% real return with acceptable risk in today’s economic environment?
Dr. Maria Hartwig, a deception and lying behavior expert, discusses the state of lie detection in finance. She also reviews important lie detection research and what the future holds for lie detection in finance.
A newly updated study of the market-beating stock recommendations posted to Value Investors Club, a private online community restricted to 250 elite money managers, provides further insights on why professional investors at rival firms may be motivated to share ideas and collaborate.
Investors who bought shares in the recent public offering should have first consulted the authors of Security Analysis, who wrote that the intrinsic value of a security is “that value which is justified by the facts . . . as distinct, let us say, from market quotations established by artificial manipulation or distorted by psychological excesses.”
Clint R. Laurent discusses how the resolution of sovereign debt problems in the United States and the Eurozone will affect economic activity and the flows of trade and finance across the globe. Specifically, he touches upon the substantial challenges faced by India and the rest of east Asia in the composition of demand and output and how major bond, equity, and currency markets anticipate the incipient cyclical and structural shifts in the world economy.
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