Posts Tagged ‘Dow’

Europe´s Equity Markets Show Cautious Optimism.

After positive political signals, the sentiment in European financial markets has brightened considerably. In this video interview Stefan Keitel, Chief Investment Officer of Credit Suisse, talks about the reasons and explains why a reawakened risk appetite among investors will favorably impact emerging markets. M.M.: Very...

Robert Prechter on the Bullishness of an EU Breakup and the coming Global Deflation.

Billionaire hedge fund manager George Soros says the EU is like a bubble and authorities will not be able to meet the demands of the market coming up. It doesn’t keep Eurocrats from pushing for new master integration plans. But are they doomed to fail...

How Roger Babson’s applications of Newtonian Physics are used by investors today. By Ron Jaenisch

How Roger Babson’s applications of  Newtonian Physics are used by investors today. By Ron Jaenisch Roger Babson was at the New York stock exchange on March 14, 1907, at the request of a friend. The market had started a drop from a high of 111 on March 6, 1907 on the way to a low point of 60. Much of...

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Hugh Hendry Interview.

       Made during the last LSE Alternative Investments Conference with the title: Invisible Hands Unveiled. A Keynote Dialogue Between the Pasticine Macro Trader and Author Steven Drobny, Drobny Global Advisors and Hugh Hendry, Co-Founder and CIO, Eclectica Asset Management.      Just click play and and...

Ibex Index and the Risk Premium Rate.

Ibex Index and the Risk Premium Rate.        There are many determinants that explain the level of a stock market index and one of them is obviously risk.  If all markets have the same risk they would certainly move “together” depending on the expectations about fundamentals and technical momentum. But as not all markets have...