Tag: ben bernanke

The Global Savings Glut

The Global Savings Glut

The Global Savings Glut by LPL Financial Can savings be a bad thing?  Many people think of saving money as a best practice when it comes to managing their finances, but if everyone in an economy (or even just a […]

The Federal Reserve’s “Four Horsemen” Unite

The Federal Reserve’s “Four Horsemen” Unite

The Federal Reserve’s “Four Horsemen” Unite by Jeff Nielson, Sprott Money If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up […]

The Courage to Act

Bernanke: Fed Is ‘Low On Bullets’ To Offset Serious U.S. Slowdown

Former Fed Chair Ben Bernanke: Fed Is ‘Low On Bullets’ To Offset Serious U.S. Slowdown by [email protected] If the U.S. economy were to plunge into a serious slowdown, the Fed currently does not have tools that are strong enough to […]

Value Matters: Q&A With Wally Weitz

Value Matters: Q&A With Wally Weitz

Q&A with Wally Weitz on why value matters. H/T Dataroma Q&A With Wally Weitz Q: What do you believe to be the major drivers in this market weakness? Wally Weitz: China and oil have been in the headlines and offer […]

High Yield Debt – The Horses Have Already Left

High Yield Debt – The Horses Have Already Left

Sui Generis November 2015 letter discussing high yield debt titled, “The Horses Have Already Left.” Friends & Investors, Our November edition of Multiple Thoughts led with the suggestion that the previous four weeks had been a strange environment in which […]