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Book value to market price

Use the book value to market price ratio. What measures should you use to improve… [more]

Book value to market price Book value to market price

Planning Your Portfolio

Planning Your Portfolio - All successful investors use heuristics to shape their… [more]

Planning Your Portfolio Planning Your Portfolio

German government bonds decline

Over 2014 there has been a steady decline in the yield on German government… [more]

German government bonds decline German government bonds decline

Gold Starts to Recover Its Traditional Role

Gold is making a comeback as money, despite a century of near-universal negativism… [more]

Gold Starts to Recover Its Traditional Role Gold Starts to Recover Its Traditional Role

Why Lower Equity Returns Look Likely

Equity Returns - Optimistic arguments about longer-term profits to be made in… [more]

Why Lower Equity Returns Look Likely Why Lower Equity Returns Look Likely

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Book value to market price

Use the book value to market price ratio. What measures should you use to improve your performance? Bernstein says there are four methods of selection that have been shown to produce higher-than-average returns: those with the highest BTM … [Read More...]

Planning Your Portfolio

Planning Your Portfolio - All successful investors use heuristics to shape their strategic decisions, but it’s wrong to assume they are always correct. … [Read More...]

German government bonds decline

Over 2014 there has been a steady decline in the yield on German government bonds. As a result bunds have outperformed other developed markets. … [Read More...]

Gold Starts to Recover Its Traditional Role

Gold is making a comeback as money, despite a century of near-universal negativism about its future as a key element in global finance. … [Read More...]

Why Lower Equity Returns Look Likely

Equity Returns - Optimistic arguments about longer-term profits to be made in US shares are “deeply flawed” as they’re based on double-counting and circular reasoning, Brett Arends argues on Marketwatch. … [Read More...]

Banking: Crisis by Design

Banking - After the devastating Sub-Prime Crisis, which has cost the world trillions of dollars’ worth of lost economic growth, destroyed millions of jobs and businesses, and burdened taxpayers with huge state debts that continue to mount, you would … [Read More...]