I am writing a 15-20 page term paper over break for my senior seminar economics
class. I decided I am going to write on the topic of behavioral finance.
Including excerpts from
Manias, Panics Crashes- Kindleberger
Fooled by Randomness- Nassim Taleb
When i was eight years old i almost lost my eye. Was helping my father hammer in nails and he constantly told me to wear safety goggles. Knowing 'better' i would refuse. My finger slipped and the nail popped right back up at my face and barely misse
If you weren't around AMC today, you missed all of the excitement as The Official Google Blog announced that GOOG will no longer censor any Gmail flowing to/from China and if talks with the Chinese government conclude without a solution, they are wil
Not all semis are the created equal. Take SPWRA, a semi manufacturer for the solar industry. They're just not getting any loving here and it's my belief that it's due to #1 lower crude pricing and #2 high unemployment where people just plain can't af
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The 2010 calendar reveals the first turning point should be on or around 3/01 and should continue until August. Bear in mind its not an indication of polarity or direction so the move could be higher or lower. Visit my Blog for further information on
A very interesting piece penned by PIMCO's Managing Director, Bill Gross on 2010 market outlook, fiscal spending and where'd all the money go. [Hat Tip to Ryan] One thing I'd like to know, what's the best way to "invest in Germany"? Wish Rapace were
All ye of little faith [myself included] there's no denying that SPX broke out higher of its rising wedge; proof positive that bullish wedges *do* exist and the Bulls wn the game and plow over the Bears using them as fuel on the rise. The implication
Africa’s economic pulse has quickened, infusing the continent with a new commercial vibrancy. Real GDP rose by 4.9 percent a year from 2000 through 2008, more than twice its pace in the 1980s and ’90s. Telecommunications, banking, and retailing a
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