John W. Rogers, Jr. discusses his 30 years of investment experience and compares today’s markets with those of the early 1980s.
At the Australia Investment Conference in Sydney, Michael Pettis (pictured left), a professor at Peking University and senior associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, discussed READ MORE ›
Paul D. Kaplan, CFA, shares his analysis of the Synthetic Risk and Reward Indicator (SRRI) that has been introduced by the European Commission for investment funds as a part of the UCITS.
U.S. manufacturing may be down but don’t count it out. In fact, the U.S. manufacturing sector could be poised for a comeback. The reason? Skyrocketing energy and transport costs now make it far more attractive to produce goods locally,… READ MORE ›
When it comes to the European and U.S. debt crises are we nearing the dénouement — or still in the opening act?
At the Financial Analysts Seminar in Chicago earlier this week, Rick Rieder (pictured left), managing… READ MORE ›
Latin America creates an interesting set of investment opportunities in light of its potential for economic growth and the development of its financial markets. Melvin Escudero discusses some of the elements that will be critical for Latin America's continued growth in the future.
Do your investment decisions involve emotions?
You may be inclined to think not, but according to Professor David Tuckett, a psychoanalyst at University College London, emotions are part and parcel of investment decisions.
A researcher in emotional finance,… READ MORE ›
Jimmy Stewart Is Dead.
It’s not an obituary. It’s the title of a recent book by Laurence Kotlikoff, a prominent economist and a professor at Boston University. The title is referring to the 1940s feel-good movie, READ MORE ›