- The Dollar's shining moment ahead of the latest Fed minutes. Reading the Fed's tea leaves
- The Fed's annual Jackson Hole meeting and the markets. Past performance is no indication of future returns, but that doesn't mean we can't hold out hope. Pricing in dovishness
- Argentina tries yet another way to skin the cat. Re-writing the laws to dodge hedge fund creditors. "Excuse me if I get a little nervous …"
- Insurance companies increase efforts to outsource asset management, triggering a new growth spurt for institutional money managers. Projecting a 7.5% annual AUM growth rate
- Wishing you bought and held Google at the IPO, Aug. 19, 2004. 30.15% compound annualized return
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