Best in Economics this week: November 03

Eat that, Bill Gates!

From a reversal perspective, this can just as well be seen as a ominous chart…

A pretty extensive discussion on lowflation in this report

Cash is King no more…


Machine learning stock picking. Not as good as one might think


Ok, so n=4?


Didn’t Sell in May? Please feel free to stay.


It’s ba-hack! (thanks to the euro)


The Economist on inflation


Remarkable trend in Japan (and in the US, of course)

“Behavioural economics is also useful in macroeconomics”

What I find most remarkable in this one, is the lack of a 2007-2009 capex reduction

CEO Goldman (Blankfein) earns at least twice as much as all these combined…

Oops. “The tyranny of benchmarks”


About that highest tax rate in the world…

Sub-Saharan growth rebound mostly linked to Nigeria


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2 thoughts on “Best in Economics this week: November 03

  1. Couldn’t find the link 😊[cid:ff0aed8a-3478-4a75-8c9f-b890b3c28c75]

    Raymond webmaster



    Van: Best of the Web
    Verzonden: dinsdag 7 november 2017 08:44
    Onderwerp: [New post] Best in Economics this week: November 03

    Lukas Daalder posted: ” Eat that, Bill Gates! From a reversal perspective, this can just as well be seen as a ominous chart…

  2. Pingback: Best of the Web: 17-11-07 nr 1770 | Best of the Web

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