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What Will Happen in Greece, Spain, and the EU?

Posted by Larry Doyle on May 22nd, 2012 5:47 AM |

I love listening to and reading the thoughts of well informed financial pros.

All eyes and ears are justifiably tuned in to developments in Greece, Spain, and throughout the EU. Will Greece leave the EU and precipitate runs on the bank in other European nations?  Let’s navigate and get the insights from industry insider, Michael Platt of Bluecrest Capital Management.

Platt has received significant attention in the marketplace recently as one of the traders on the other side of JP Morgan’s losing credit bet.  Having ‘harpooned’ JP Morgan’s London whale, Platt offers a wealth of valued perspectives on developments in Europe and on the situation at JP Morgan. He was interviewed recently on Bloomberg.   (more…)

JP Morgan and Jamie Dimon: A Question of Trust

Posted by Larry Doyle on May 18th, 2012 7:33 AM |

Do you engage in business with people you don’t trust?

Sometimes you may have no choice, but in doing so you likely keep your guard up or exact a higher risk premium.

For those with a choice, keeping one’s distance from those you do not fully trust is typically the preferred path. For those without a choice, a lack of trust is often offset with a lot of hope and prayers. Hope always remains a lousy hedge against a lack of trust. We see this at play currently on both sides of the pond.  (more…)

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