Hedge funds are looking to bulk up their algorithmic divisions to an extent never before seen. A recent Bloomberg Brief article notes demand for quants is outstripping supply, as the mostly chill math geeks prefer a laid back California tech culture to the conformity of Wall Street.
Are stocks in a Bubble? The S&P 500 (NYSEARCA:SPY) is trading at historical highs but that information alone does not mean we’re in a bubble. In order to answer to this question we have to see stock prices in comparison to other metrics such as earnings or sales.
Private equity is a $4 trillion industry based on a monumental misperception. Private-equity executives tout their ability to reap outsized returns by buying troubled companies, turning them around and selling them for multiple times their initial investment.
Your credit card’s interest rate isn’t just some arbitrary number. It depends on a number of different factors, and Credit.com breaks them down. The average credit card interest rate is about 12% for all accounts, according to the Federal Reserve.
It’s official. The global real estate bubble is bursting.
The S&P 500 continues to look attractive to institutional investors despite the long-running rally, while hedge funds picked up billions of dollars in 10-year Treasuries in a week.
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2Q 2016’s S&P 500 Results (Aug 24, 1916): Tactical, Economic, S&P Earnings and Stock Market Internals Will Lead Stock Markets On the Report of 1Q 2016’s results (June 1, 2016), I wrote the stock markets “will likely advance from here…” However, on June 15, 2016, in the Report of Tactical, Stock M
Today I am taking a brief detour from writing about the different international bond markets. Instead, my focus is on something that came up in my last post on European bonds—the sometimes puzzling trend of negative interest rates.