Tag: Japan

The Biggest Monetary Experiments in History: Part 1

… and all at the same time. Last week was a humdinger. Three things happened: One Firstly, our pasta-eating friends, after having experienced firsthand a blizzard of accelerating violent crime… and watching their previously gentrified neighbourhoods reconfigured into ghettos resembling the Maghreb, decided enough was enough and said “non piu”. Italy

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World Out Of Whack: Who’s First With The Helicopters?

Market dislocations occur when financial markets, operating under stressful conditions, experience large widespread asset mispricing. Welcome to this week’s edition of “World Out Of Whack” where every Wednesday we take time out of our day to laugh, poke fun at, and present to you absurdity in global financial markets in all it’s glorious insanity.

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From the Mailbag: On Japan and the Yen

I’ve received a lot of responses to my thoughts on Japan from the post questioning Kyle Bass’ thesis on Japan earlier this week. I’ve taken two which I’d like to share with you today. One reader raised a good point on the Japanese “monetary perpetuum mobile” ever being questioned: Only missing one point:

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Was Kyle Bass Wrong About Japan?

Have you ever read John Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men? It’s part of the high school curriculum in many western countries. The story is of two lonely and alienated farm labourers in the depression. One, George, who is sharp and quick, and the other, Lennie, who is physically huge and

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Round 2 for the Japanese Yen

Today’s article is compliments of our friend Mark Schumacher at ThinkGrowth. Mark has been a reader and subsequently become a regular bouncing board for us with respect to publicly traded equities, market sentiment and the like. I always value his thoughts and it is a rare occasion that we disagree.

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The #1 Investment Going into 2014?

What should we expect after eating an exceptionally spicy 3-day-old, reheated “jungle curry” from a Mumbai Street Hawker? Decisions made when investing, trading, and in fact almost any business all center around the calculation of probabilities. Probabilities for some things are easier to determine than others, which is where I’m

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