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Analysts worry about ‘obvious signs of froth’ as everything from stocks to cryptocurrencies soar
How not to invest like Warren Buffett.
Tremendous liquidity in financial system has led to series of bubbles fed on hype over wondrous trends
Follow the smart money and you just might never make it.
Working out how much speculative excess there is in a market, whether housing or stocks, is tough
There are plenty of tools for investors, including Spacs and cryptocurrencies
The boom may continue but there are lots of ways to imagine it going wrong
For every few dozen flops, there can be companies that provide long-term innovation
Is all reason dead?
Sandy Robertson sees ‘a lot of junk’ among Spacs in late phase of rally
We are to expect 40 per cent auto insurance operating margins? Sure.
If a correction is due to higher rates and stronger growth, it would not matter much — except to investors
Cool, cool, cool, cool, cool, cool, cool, cool, cool, cool, cool.
A new ‘roaring twenties’ economy will push up US interest rates, he says
Don’t say we didn’t warn you.
Being an insider might not be so great if you need to liquidate.
The ESG stock frenzy of today, however egregious, may yet translate into a better tomorrow
Electric vehicle stocks are getting crushed. Colour us surprised.
Long-term decline in individual investing might now be turning
A hundred years ago, a brave investor gave Wall St professionals a black eye — but then got two of his own
GameStop trading frenzy has echoes of 2015 boom and bust in Chinese shares
Musical chairs has never felt so expensive.
Sometimes, it’s worth listening to a bear.
A bear market beckons.
Robinhood says limited trading to resume on Friday after rebukes from users and politicians