Practical analysis for investment professionals
Capitalism Is Dead, Long Live Debtism

Should a loan that one neither intends nor is required to repay be considered debt or equity?

Myth-Busting: Earnings Don’t Matter Much for Stock Returns

The relationship between earnings and equity returns is more illusion than reality.

Book Review: Fed Watching for Fun and Profit

Edward Yardeni's Fed Watching for Fun & Profit is a crash course in monetary policy actions, financial markets, and the economy in general.

Moats or Market Power?

Instead of searching for firms with moats, we should be looking for those with market power.

Fraud and Deception Detection: Five Language Fingerprints

Dishonest companies tend to leave five textual fingerprints in their communications that differ from those of more truthful firms.

Five Investing Success Stories from Five International Women

In honor of International Women's Day 2021, Barbara Stewart, CFA, shares the stories of five women investors.

A Call to Action: Aligning Gender Lens Investing and ESG

Gender lens investing (GLI) is a thematic environmental, social, and governance (ESG) strategy.

How Alpha Hides in GAAP Accounting: Return on Equity

You can find significant alpha in the mechanics that drive GAAP accounting.

Book Review: Too Smart for Our Own Good

Too Smart for Our Own Good’s core thesis should be taken to heart not only by investment professionals but by all investors.



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