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Why Are Bubbles So Hard to Spot?

July 7, 2011
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I have been reading all of the books about the 2008 crash that have been coming out. I love reading Wall Street books and so far they have all been great. The one I am reading now is particularly interesting because it was not written by a reporter […]

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At Least You Have to Applaud Putnam For Trying

June 29, 2011
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Asset Allocation RIPI love the idea of what Putnam is trying to do: “critically examine key investment theories, strategies and assumptions and suggest changes that can achieve better outcomes for companies, institutions, plan sponsors, investment advisers and individual investors.” Most people just assume that the conventional […]

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At Least You Have to Applaud Putnam For Trying

June 29, 2011
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Asset Allocation RIPI love the idea of what Putnam is trying to do: “critically examine key investment theories, strategies and assumptions and suggest changes that can achieve better outcomes for companies, institutions, plan sponsors, investment advisers and individual investors.” Most people just assume that the conventional […]

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Is China a Problem Waiting to Happen?

June 29, 2011
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Just read a couple of articles in the Wall Street Journal this morning about accounting issues in China. This jives with things I have been hearing from others about problems and concerns in China. Those who know us realize that while all of this is interesting we don […]

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