Political risk and investment
- The best of Morgan Stanley's Adam Jonas
- Apple/Tesla: M&A and heartbreak
- Did Beyonce make $300m from Uber's IPO?
- Bitcoin is the 10-year Treasury of our time
- High resolution music is a solution looking for a problem
- Amazon is furious about this negative review
- Missing: $500bn of American savings
- Blockchain for Brexit: a wonderfully terrible idea
- The Bank of Hodlers [sic] (sigh)
- Behind the curtain at China Ding Yi Feng
- An answer to Mark Cuban's question
- Crumbs! It's CRYPTO: the movie!
- National Beverage Corp loses its fizz, and its mind
- Amazon won't spin-off Amazon Web Services
- Mensch! Dan McCrum is innocent, ok?
- Europe's $1 trillion tax gap
- Why online propaganda mobs are an investment red flag
- When the public relations industry does PR for itself
- Who wants to be crippled by student debt?
- The bitcoin price is wrong
The wisdom of the crowds, without the crowds. Or the wisdom.
Well, it’s been a little bumpy for this blog’s favourite only option to trade in election prediction markets. PredictIt is currently experiencing high trading volumes. We thank you for your patience. — PredictIt (@PredictIt) November 9, 2016
So, Virginia and Florida started leaning towards Trump, making the election a closer call than some pundits expected. No official swing-state surprises just yet. But traders appear to be considering the possibility of a Trump presidency, and it’s not terribly pretty.