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Global Financial System: Dangerous and Dysfunctional

Posted by Larry Doyle on September 20th, 2013 8:55 AM |

I truly appreciate reading the work and gaining the wisdom of those with informed insights and opinions.

Where do I always find people of this ilk? At one of my favorite stops while navigating the economic landscape:  Project Syndicate.

While various and sundry lapdogs from both sides of the political aisle and others well-schooled in the inner workings of the Wall Street-Washington incestuous thoroughfare are touting how our financial system has been reformed, let’s go down a less traveled path and see what a noted observer has to say on this topic.  (more…)

Wall Street’s Top Strategy: Besiege The Regulators

Posted by Larry Doyle on July 25th, 2013 8:27 AM |

Everyday we hear of a new recommended strategy put forth by analysts on Wall Street.

Some of the supposed smartest people in the business recommend sector rotation strategies, others a new found pro-growth approach, still more prefer a style that accentuates value, and others investments that generate income.

There are seemingly as many strategies on Wall Street as there are strategists.

Of all the strategies put forth by Wall Street, though, what do you think is the top Wall Street strategy — not for you, the investor — but for the industry itself? I have no doubt as to the answer to this question. (more…)






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