Political risk and investment
- Nikola/Hindenburg: gravitational spin
- Is GMO’s Montier right on ‘absurd’ US stocks?
- ‘Commerzbank has confirmed its top position in German equity research, sales and corporate access’
- Once again Kodak pivots, and the share price explodes
- Blockchain: it really is a tough sell
- Sterling has not become an emerging market currency
- Jeff Ubben/ESG: flip flop
- Is this the nuttiest risk factor of all time?
- The tech start-up that wants to “validate” the female orgasm
- It’s a great time for conspiracy theories to thrive
- Let’s call Trump out, but let’s get our facts straight too
- Today, in efficient markets
- We can’t blame all the indirect health damage on the lockdown
- Weirdly, blockchain can’t help combat coronavirus
- Leading ‘UK’ start-ups want a handout too
- China’s PMI print doesn’t mean much
- Let’s flatten the coronavirus confusion curve
- NMC Health: presented without comment
- When “commission-free trading” isn’t (really) free
- Michael Milken: financial innovator
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.