Cool game: can you beat the market? I managed to do it (with luck, of course)
Cool overview: what are central banks supposed to do according to the general public
Cool: How the energy consumption in the US has changed…
I like this chart, showing the link between recessions and bear markets. Certainly no perfect match…
Very cool chart on the liquidity in credits (high quality corporate bonds)
China heading for another record (no doubt)
On why the Chinese stock market correction may be different this time
Mmmm. A pretty disturbing picture, if you ask me…
A simple bit of background on how sensitive the S&P500 is to -say- a China slowdown
The rise of the activists…
Living longer, but sicker as well…
No clue how the model works, but here you go…
Inflation under Kuroda: a temporary blip?
Just as a recap for the Chinese market
Ah, a bit on High Yield exposure on Emerging Markets
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