Posts filed under “Investing”

MiB: James O’Shaugnessy

This week’s Masters in Business Radio show at 10:00 am and 6:00 pm on Bloomberg Radio 1130AM and Siriux XM 119 (it also repeats all weekend).

Our guest this week is James O’Shaugnessy of O’Shaugnessy Asset Management, author of What Works On Wall Street.

You can listen to live here or stream it below or at Soundcloud or download the 79 minute podcast here.

All of the past Podcasts are here and coming soon to Apple iTunes).

Next week, David Rosenberg, former Merrill Lynch’s North American Chief Economist, now strategist and economist at Gluskin Sheff in Toronto.

 

Mib PC

 

SOUNDCLOUD version should be posted shortly . . .

 

Category: Investing, Podcast, Quantitative

Ponzi Scheme Tracker

Cool data collection

Category: Investing, Legal, Psychology, Really, really bad calls

Time — Not Timing — is Key to Investing Success

> My Sunday Washington Post Business Section column is out. As a follow up to our previous discussion of the World’s Greatest Trader®, this  morning, we look at the Worlds Greatest (and Worst) Market Timer®. As we did last time out, we assumed magical powers for our theoretical trader, giving him the ability to bottom…Read More

Category: Apprenticed Investor, Asset Allocation, Investing

From Woodstock to Wall Street

From Woodstock to Wall Street Doug Kass Real Money, Aug 18, 2014 | 9:00 AM EDT       What a long, strange trip it has been. Well I came across a child of God, he was walking along the road And I asked him tell where are you going, this he told me: Well,…Read More

Category: Investing, Music, Think Tank

Annual Asset Class Returns

Source: Novel Investor   Have a look a the chart above (click on the chart for a larger interactive version). This chart ranks the past 15 years of returns for eight major asset classes (large-cap stocks, small-cap stocks, developed-market stocks, emerging-market stocks, real estate investment trusts, high-grade bonds, high-yield bonds and cash). We can divide…Read More

Category: Asset Allocation, Data Analysis, Investing

A Data Junkie Looks at the News

Many years ago, when I was a poor and humble graduate student, I taught the prep course for students taking the GMATs and LSATs. I understood the internal logic and game theory needed to succeed on standardized tests, and could explain techniques used to do well on them. One of the keys to succeeding on…Read More

Category: Data Analysis, Investing, Markets, Really, really bad calls

Quantifying the impact of chasing fund performance

 

Category: Hedge Funds, Investing, Think Tank

In Stock Market, Anxiety Can Be Good Thing

Source: WSJ

Category: Digital Media, Investing, Sentiment

Why should investors care about geopolitics?

One of the concerns for investors is how markets keep powering higher despite all of the geopolitical turmoil: The grinding Syrian civil war that has spilled into Iraq, the clash between Israel and Gaza, the Crimea annexation and now the confrontation between Russia and Ukraine. That thinking gets the issue precisely backward. The proper question…Read More

Category: Investing, Markets, Psychology, War/Defense

Auction: $38 Million Ferrari 250 GTO

A Ferrari 250 GTO becomes the most expensive car ever sold at an auction at a sale in Pebble Beach, California. Aug. 14, 2014

Category: Investing, Weekend