We’re staring in the face of a repeat of 2008
While most pundits and talking heads are focused on the yield curve inversion, a much more alarming market event is underway.
Jeezuz, it feels like it’s been ages. My apologies for the lack of articles of late. I’ve been spending a bit of time lately hurtling through the air in pressurised tin cans breathing recycled fart. Speaking of which, last week we had a little round of drinks on a rooftop
My buddy Kuppy, who I’ve introduced you to many times before and who you can find hanging out here, wrote a piece last week. It’s a great piece and worth sharing. More below, but first… Talking of hanging out… Kuppy, as well as Jamie, our resource guru, and Brad, our trading guru,
First, some fun facts regarding the Pareto distribution: Business: the top few customers account for a bulk of the profits Insurance: a small number of big claims account for a bulk of payments Settlement: a small number of cities include a bulk of the population Languages: the most frequent words
In more ways than one… But first, from Germany. Achtung!! Whoops! Germany’s state pension insurance hemorrhages millions in losses. Nasty! Why the losses, you may ask? Tough to make money due to negative interest rates. Who woulda thunk it? Someone tell the ECB. It’s a conundrum that now, nearly a
Greetings, This is a short summary of some interesting things that caught our beady eye this week. All of these have serious implications… otherwise I’d not consider them, but this is simply a lighthearted look. In case you missed it… How I was reminded of Trump’s foreign policy strategy from