- Why online propaganda mobs are an investment red flag
- Davos has produced an amazing new guide on precisely how not to think about risk
- When the public relations industry does PR for itself
- Who wants to be crippled by student debt?
- The bitcoin price is wrong
- The warm fuzzy feeling of Goldman debt
- “Cryptoassets” are crashing again. Is it time to start calling them cryptoliabilities instead?
- Puff the tragic cryptowagon smokes out the Mumsnet demographic
- Don't write off the public sector
- Initiative Q: an elementary pyramid scheme with grandiose ideas [Update]
- Moral investments aren't outperforming
- No one is killing it in crypto (not even Woz)
- Too smooth: the red flag at Patisserie Valerie which was missed
- No, the housing crisis will not be solved by building more homes
- Sorry Civil, 'crypto-economics' and 'constitutions' won't save journalism
- 'Short-termism' isn't a thing, say Fed economists
- Coinbase wants to be “too big to fail”, lol
- Regulation and innovation don't have to be enemies
- Retailers get so lonely around the holidays
- Folli Follie: $1bn of fake sales, and what to learn from the debacle
Area law professor is deeply confused about both public-employee pension funds and investing.
How a baccarat binge helped launder the world’s biggest cyberheist; how passive investing is now in danger of devouring capitalism; how credit raters ducked reform; an honest business news update; the Irish Farmers Journal weighs in on what you could buy instead of Neymar; other stuff.
Jeff Gundlach appears at SALT as a hologram; the SEC might kill the quadruple-leveraged S&P 500 ETF; Darwin visits Wall St; can we still rely on collective wisdom; “To Woo Millennials, Financial Advisers Dress the Part”; unpleasant thoughts you had and the things you bought to stop having them; other stuff.