Why don’t teachers make as much as entertainers? Why don’t garbage collectors make as much as CEOs or financiers? Examples like this seem to show markets are unjust: any system that pays X more than Y (when Y seems to produce more real value) can’t be one with good priorities.
Editor’s Note: Earlier this week, the New York Times published an article detailing a sexual harassment suit filed against Bridgewater Associates, which runs the world’s largest hedge fund. The suit was eventually pulled, but government authorities are looking into the claims anyway.
Do you think the bull market has room to run? Or is it ready to get ripped apart by a bear? Here’s a better question… Does it matter? I don’t think so. Here’s why…
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We present a quick overview of “The Checklist”, ten sequential quantitative steps for portfolio managers and risk managers to model and manage their positions.
Solving the Yankee Equation, One Number at a Time By BILLY WITZ Michael Fishman, an assistant general manager overseeing one of baseball’s largest analytics staffs, will have a prominent voice in the team’s retooling.
Before beginning I would like to highlight one fact about VIX. There is no ‘regular shares’ of VIX, it only has options, this is why its peer products are even relevant.
This is a guest post by Ross Bennett. Ross is currently enrolled in the University of Washington Master of Science in Computational Finance & Risk Management program with an expected graduation date of December 2014.
Dividend investing advocates will tell you dividend investing is the best way to invest. Index investing advocates will tell you index investing is the best way to invest.