As Hollywood gears up for the release of “The Big Short,” the story’s real-life star Michael Burry is gaining a following in Silicon Valley.
Ben Carlson, the creator of blog ‘Wealth of Common Sense’ and a money manager, talked to Michael Covel on Trend Following Radio.
In October, dozens of Wall Street financiers including activist shareholder Bill Ackman were invited to a lecture hall at Harvard to scrutinize the university’s lackluster endowment returns — and a plan to revive them.
The first African-American athlete to medal at any winter Olympics says a costly divorce led to her financial downfall.
Adding emerging markets to a global portfolio could reduce risk, while CAPE data suggests EM could yield attractive long-term returns, Burton Malkiel writes on ThinkAdvisor.
Will AI book our holidays in future? Eric Schmidt ponders how the technology will work in the busy, messy world we live in.
You ask your son to pass the salad. He lifts the bowl as your cellphone rings. Taking calls during family dinners isn’t really your thing. But your tenants have an emergency. A pipe broke in their bathroom
From Yahoo Finance: For so many crucial investor queries, it seems, the answer is coming up 2%.
Apparently, ole’ Jack found the place a little way too crowded upon his return.
How the Bloomberg Terminal Made History–And Stays Ever Relevant | Fast Company | Business + Innovation
The Computer History Museum is making room for an innovative gadget that arrived in 1982 and has never stopped evolving.
An “extraordinary” author who chronicled the Chernobyl nuclear disaster has won the 2015 Nobel Prize in literature. Svetlana Alexievich
Even Lower Rates: Wall Street guru who has been nailing the interest-rate story just made a jarring prediction for 2016 (TLT, TLO, USD)
HSBC’s Steven Major is out with a bold new forecast. In a client note on Thursday titled “Yanking down the yields,” the interest-rates strategist projected that bond yields would be much lower than the markets expected because central banks including t…
Gloom, Boom & Doom Report Editor Marc Faber discusses how low interest rates have helped to raise asset prices with Bloomberg’s Scarlet Fu, Joe Weisenthal and Alix Steel on “What’d You Miss?” (Source: Bloomberg)
Deutsche Bank Warning——A Wave Of Corporate Defaults May Be Just Around The Corner | David Stockman’s Contra Corner
By Matt Turner at Business Insider The credit markets have been showing signs of contagion, as Chinese growth concerns and slumping commodity prices lead to widespread selling. That has Deutsche Bank wondering if there is likely to be a wave of compan…
Some claim the housing market is in a bubble far worse than the devastating one in 2006. Here’s why.
This week in our Masters in Business interview, we speak with economist Gary Shilling.