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High Yield Default- No Signs Of Slowing Down

High Yield Default- No Signs Of Slowing Down

February witnessed a significant increase in high yield default activity, a research from JPMorgan noted. With defaults in the energy sector continuing to roil markets, another 3.2% of the U.S. high yield bond universe is expected to default over the […]

An Analysis Of 100-Bagger Stocks

An Analysis Of 100-Bagger Stocks

An Analysis Of 100-Bagger Stocks by Tony [email protected] www.tsanalysis.com [email protected] This is an analysis of past 100-bagger stocks. A 100-bagger is a stock which increases in value 100 fold (i.e., a stock which goes from $1 to $100). The term […]

Liberty Media Tickers

Liberty Media Tickers

Liberty Media Tickers by Bewoulf Capital During the shareholders meeting in November, Liberty Media announced that it would create three tracking stocks for its Liberty Media stock. Liberty has filed its 388 page registration prospectus here As per this registration […]

How Do Investors Discipline Financial Advisors’ Activity

How Do Investors Discipline Financial Advisors’ Activity

To Trust is Good, But to Control is Better: How Do Investors Discipline Financial Advisors’ Activity Riccardo Calcagno EMLYON Business School; Center for Research on Pensions and Welfare Policies (CeRP) Maela Giofre Department of Economics and Statistics “Cognetti de Martiis”; […]

Coal’s Sunset/The Capital Cycle; Graham Bangs the Table

Coal’s Sunset/The Capital Cycle; Graham Bangs the Table

http://csinvesting.org/2016/01/13/more-on-the-capital-cycle/ was our last discussion on the capital cycle.   Now, look at these two excellent posts on Coal. Coal’s Long Sunset Coal’s Restructuring Signals A perspective on current conditions in other markets: The Big Long – Final Feb 28 2016 The […]

Trying to Cure the Wrong Disease

Trying to Cure the Wrong Disease

Regulators don’t think it is the place of Congress to second guess how they size up securities. Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen said recently that legislation would “interfere with our supervisory judgments.” Regulators are not required by the Constitution, but Congress, […]