Tag: South Korea

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Talking To Myself

This month’s MarketCycle’s Musings is merely me ‘talking to myself.’ 1)  Where are we in the market cycle? Baupost Letter Points To Concern Over Risk Parity, Systematic Strategies During Crisis Undervaluation Is As Bad As Overvaluation Do Something Do Nothing […]

North vs. South Korea: The Human Divide

North vs. South Korea: The Human Divide

The wildly differing trajectories of North and South Korea since they were divided at the end of World War II are well known. Slightly murkier are the very human statistics illustrating the differences between the two. The paranoically secretive nature […]

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North Korea Puts Strain On U.S.-South Korea Ties

SEOUL — Hope for South Korea’s liberal President Moon Jae-in “engaging” the North in dialogue is in danger of running afoul of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un’s refusal to stop developing missiles capable of carrying a nuclear warhead to the […]

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South Korea Votes for Change

Voters across the globe seem to be clamoring for change, and South Korea’s presidential election may be viewed as another example. Moon Jae-in, considered a left-leaning liberal, won the presidential election in South Korea. The victory is significant because of […]

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Applying Game Theory To U.S.-North Korea Posturing

Amid the ramped-up diplomatic and military pressure on North Korea, there is something else at play, says Charles E. Olson, professor of the practice at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business. It’s an exercise in game theory. […]