Roger joined Brooke Corte on Money News to discuss the amount of money being invested in private businesses via private equity. The net assets of private equity investments is now four times the market capitalisation of the US stock market. Are we seeing a bubble form?
by Charles Hugh-Smith If you think global demand will rebound as global debt and confidence implode, you better not be making consequential decisions based on Euphorestra-addled magical thinking. Even before … Read more
What’s astounding many people: ecommerce growth is not leveling off, but keeps surging at blistering rates. By Wolf Richter for WOLF STREET. Ecommerce retail sales jumped 16.4% in the fourth quarter 2019 compared … Read more
Do investors systematically and exploitably underreact to deviations in firm fundamentals from recent averages? In their January 2020 paper entitled “Anchoring on Past Fundamentals”, Doron Avramov, Guy Kaplanski and Avanidhar Subrahmanyam investigate how deviations of quarterly firm accounting variables from averages over recent quarters relate to future returns across stocks. They first construct a stock…… Keep Reading
Roger joined Philip Muscatello on Shares for Beginners to discuss what quality means to us, the difference between value, growth and momentum investing. And how do franking credits affect investments in Australian companies?
As the world braces for a potential pandemic with the latest mutation of the coronavirus (named COVID-19) rapidly spreading across the world, some markets have begun to price-in downside risks. While equities have remained stable, bonds yields have compressed and copper, often turned to for its predictive powers on the state of the global economy,… Continue reading →
Individual retirement accounts (IRAs) can help you boost your retirement savings. Traditional IRAs come with their own set of rules, and it’s important to understand the details before you open and fund one. Let’s break down the traditional IRA rules. How to Open and Fund a Traditional IRA Traditional IRAs can be opened by anyone …