Markets frequently fail, despite their pristine reputation among capitalists. One way is the many actions taken by buyers and sellers to tilt a transaction in their favor. These visible hands create asymmetries between the parties. Jason Voss, CFA, explains.
“Emerging market equities [have] a history of headlines — mostly negative — and volatility,” said Devan Kaloo, head of global emerging markets equities at Aberdeen Asset Management. Yet there is reason for optimism, especially for those value investors who dive deeply into the fundamentals, which may be turning positive, Kaloo told attendees at the 70th CFA Institute Annual Conference.
Jason Voss, CFA, provides his picks for Weekend Reads for Investors. This edition curates stories on the potential repeal of the tax deduction corporations in the United States receive on debt payments, the end of Big Oil, how we can recognize machine consciousness, and more.
Larry Cao, CFA, discusses Campbell R. Harvey's definition of blockchain; Lauren Foster describes the continuing debate between Robert J. Shiller and Jeremy Siegel; Dougal Williams, CFA, suggests investors focus on shooting par in the investment market; Martin Fridson, CFA, reviews The End of Accounting and the Path Forward for Investors and Managers; and Mimmi Kheddache Jendeby provides some investing lessons from Epictetus, in the top Enterprising Investor posts from June.
Is the stock market overvalued? That depends on who you ask. Nobel laureate Robert J. Shiller says "yes," while Jeremy Siegel says "no."
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