Category Archives: Perspective

For Whom? Part I

An endless trail of evidence seems to emerge over time of a tilting of the proverbial playing field to the disadvantage of the ordinary investor. Currency and interest rate manipulation allegations against major Wall Street firms, accusations of stock price … Read more

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Gilded Age Regulation

Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England, gave a remarkable speech in London this week at the Conference on Inclusive Capitalism (found at Carney’s Inclusive Capitalism Speech). Carney’s speech is eloquent, philosophical, and thought provoking. What makes the speech … Read more

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The Investing Imperative

One of the world’s leading economists on the subject of inequality has written a new book that promises to change the frame of reference for this controversial topic. As evidence of the rightward shift over the last thirty years of … Read more

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The Long, Long-Term

Given comments like the above, from Nobel-winning economist Paul Krugman, in today’s New York Times regarding the European Union, I thought it would be helpful to consider commentary from several experts focusing on the long-term. Read more

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