Practical analysis for investment professionals

History & Geopolitics


Nuclear Risk and the Financial Markets

The financial community should work to reduce nuclear risks the same way it does those of climate change.

Geopolitical Risk in Portfolio Management

What role should geopolitical risk discussions play in portfolio decisions?

Geopolitics Revisited: A Reshaped Investment Landscape

Taimur Hyat, PhD, considers how geopolitical risks have altered how investment analysis is conducted.

Fearless Female Pioneers at the Financial Analysts Journal

What do the Financial Analysts Journal, CFA Society New York, the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, and US railroads have in common? Female pioneers.

Nouriel Roubini: The Mother and Father of All Bubbles

True to his Dr. Doom moniker, Nouriel Roubini believes that vulnerabilities in the system are currently hidden and will emerge when the next economic downturn occurs.

10 Rules for Forecasting

Joachim Klement, CFA, has created his own set of rules to use as guidance when forecasting economic or political events.

Paul Volcker on Conflicts, Ethics, and the US Banking Industry

Paul Volcker considers the state of banking today in an interview with Exile on Wall Street author Mike Mayo, CFA.

C-Suite Talks: Bill Browder

Were it a work of fiction, Bill Browder's story would stretch the bounds of credibility well beyond the breaking point.

Book Review: Mastering the Market Cycle

Howard Marks, CFA, explains why market cycles are largely driven by human psychology and behaviors.

Diversification: High Dispersion Beats Low Correlation

When advisers talk about diversification their go-to variable is correlation. That's a mistake.



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