You’ve no doubt heard the “crash talk” intensifying after two triple-digit down days. But after reviewing more than 100 commentaries, there are exactly two and…
My name is Romulus Augustus. I was the last Roman Emperor.
Just like the Christmas song, “He knows when you’ve been sleeping, he knows when you’re awake, he knows when you’ve been bad or good…”
But nowadays it isn’t Santa, it’s Big Data. And it’s becoming big business.
What can companies do with big data?
What I’m about to say will challenge even the most steadfast gold bears – or anyone for that matter right now who thinks that gold has seen its better days.
Many investors are understandably nervous when it comes to what the markets will do this week. Some are downright agitated.
My take? Keep calm.
As you might imagine, my email overflowed this morning following comments from Fed Chairman Bernanke that he’s looking to end QE.
“Why is it that people seem to plan for everything except success?”
My colleague Bill Patalon who heads up Private Briefing made that comment to me recently during one of our after-hours chats. We’ve held them almost every day for the past 7 years since we started working together.
What do I make of comments from PIMCO’s Bill Gross…that he’s projecting a 60% chance of a global recession in the next three to five years?
A few weeks ago The Economist depicted Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe as a super-hero on its May 17 cover. Noting specifically, “Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No….It’s Japan.”
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