Despite the current weak performance of Germany, it is still top of the list over the past 10 years
A fair bit of history on US bond yields
In the long run, bonds are the weakest. Well, in the US, that is…
Assets under Management. And the profit pool.
Remarkable chart on Japanese private sector deleveraging during the 90s and 00s…
I showed this one last year, but it is interesting enough to show it again: global weirding (and what it could mean for the world economy)
And here is another clip, to show that global warming is here
Interesting chart: stock returns are often a combination of both earnings as well as PE increases
And for the good news from Greece
Some perspective on QE. BoJ and Swiss national are the biggest compared to the economy, but on an absolute level, it is the Fed. So far.
I need to think about this one: not sure this holds up…
It still is amazing to see those huge swings during the 1930-50 period
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