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Today the Fed announced a new measure called operation twist. The idea behind this move is that they will be selling about 400 billion dollars in short maturity bonds (3 years or less) and will use the proceeds to buy … Continue reading
“It is not greed that drives the world, but envy.” – Warren Buffett
Last year I went to hear Thomas Friedman speak in Montreal. The organizers had David Suzuki speak before Friedman about the environment and introduce him. I think that they chose Suzuki to open for him because he is by far … Continue reading
I have been cleaning out my office in preparation for moving from DC to Chicago. I came across a small publication by GaveKal Research entitled Our Brave New World, published in 2005. It argued that the outlook for the global … Continue reading
I recently spoke to my friend Chester Ntonifor who is a commodity analyst about the economy. Given the volatility of markets and fears of a double dip recession, I asked him where we could look in the commodity market to … Continue reading
Anyone who has been investing in the markets lately has surely lost money. Perhaps they should have listened to the investing advice of comedian Jerry Seinfeld… “I’m not an investor. People always tell me, you should have your money working … Continue reading
When S&P downgraded the rating on US treasury bonds recently, investors sought two safe havens from the perceived risk resulting from the downgrade. Ironically, the first safe haven was treausuries themselves and the second was gold. Of both asset classes, … Continue reading
“The country faces a fundamental disconnect between the services that people expect the government to provide…and the tax revenues that people are willing to send to the government to finance those services.” – Douglas Elmendorf, November 2009. Not much has … Continue reading