The founder and editor of Grant's Interest Rate Observer says that central bank policies have undermined confidence in paper currencies.
The Dartmouth economics professor and former member of the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee contends that the U.S. Federal Reserve ought to initiate QE3 — and possibly QE4.
In the opening session of the 64th CFA Institute Annual Conference, the Pulitzer-Prize winning author of Lords of Finance analyzes the lessons of the 1929 Crash and the Great Depression.
Portfolio and risk management are changing as investors digest the lessons of the recent financial turmoil, says Sergio Focardi, professor of finance at EDHEC Business School.
Global investor Jim Rogers isn't one to mince his words. On 11 May, he'll tackle China, commodities, and the future of the U.S. dollar.
Similar to market crises and accountancy-related corporate scandals that have occurred in the past, the extent to which auditors act in the interests of investors has yet again been brought into sharp focus in the aftermath of the 2007-2009… READ MORE ›
The London-based founder and chairman of Smithers & Co. has an important message for monetary policymakers.
Forget terms like "emerging markets" and "BRIC" countries. The new growth metric is "3G," says the chief economist of Citi Investment Research & Analysis.