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An excellent piece from Alhambra Partners on a topic that will gain volume and breadth...https://t.co/x1yJ0nngnc 2 days ago
“An explosive critique about the investment industry: provocative and well worth reading.”
“Juggling Dynamite, #1 pick for best new books about money and markets.”
“Park manages to not only explain finances well for the average person, she also manages to entertain and educate, while cutting through the clutter of information she knows every investor faces.”
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Author Archives: Danielle Park
Not different this time–same players and behaviors, different cycle. In 2003-07 it was reckless lending, securitization and derivatives that drove realty prices off the leverage cliff. In 2010-2016 the buyers are foreigners and financial intermediaries (who were bailed out by … Continue reading
Brazen nepotism and self-serving policies are the norm in the revolving door world of finance and its regulators–because they have gotten away with it so handsomely to date. You can read “In Bed with Wall Street” for many sordid details. … Continue reading
Canadian banks are attempting to whistle past the graveyard of rising loan defaults even as they lower loan loss reserves to boast near term earnings. Safalow summarizes facts well in this clip. Here is a link to the investigative reporting … Continue reading
I like wine and appreciate the labor that goes into making it. But years ago, I participated in a blind taste test that confirmed I could not discern a $12 bottle from a $1000 bottle. That revelation was a gift. … Continue reading
Danielle was a guest with Jim Goddard on Talk Digital Network, talking about recent developments in the world economy and markets. You can listen to an audio clip of the segment here. There is a reason that corporate executives have … Continue reading
Adoration and confidence in central banks, finance and politicians as they enabled and rode the debt bubble up was misplaced and undeserved. Now buried under the debt weight of our past consumption, rock bottom rates and yields are serving to … Continue reading