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Neurosis Is Killing Your Returns!
Short-term volatility is the psychological price investors pay to achieve stocks’ high historical long-term returns.
Fisher Investments MarketMinder, 14/06/2018 , Michael Hanson

Memory Sticks!
Gavekal Intelligence Software, The Quant Corner, June 2018 , Didier Darcet

The Russian Stock Market Before the Revolution
"Russian stocks advanced more in price than American stocks between 1864 and 1914, but American companies paid larger dividends. Price and dividends offset each other and during that 45-year period, the two stock markets provided approximately equal returns."
Global Financial Data, 21 March 2018 , Dr. Brian Taylor

Lonely Bytes – Cryptocurrencies & The Future of Money:
A New Technology Solution Desperately Seeking A Problem?
CrossBorder Capital, March 13, 2018 , Michael Howell

Bad Things That Didn't Happen in 2017
A look at the false fears that weren’t.
Fisher Investments MarketMinder, 12/28/2017 , Editorial Staff

Market Capitalization Amazon vs. Sears
1999 vs. 2017
L2 Inc. December 2017 , Scott Galloway

Changes at the Top
The Five Largest Companies: Now vs. 2006
NYU, December 2017 , Scott Galloway

Retail's Anti-Christ
Market Value Today vs. 2006
NYU, December 2017 , Scott Galloway

The Questions for the Coming Year
"As Charles has shown over the years, this is the best combination for equity markets, as tight fiscal policy and loose money almost invariably leads to far higher P/E ratios. Alas, the opposite is true for the reverse: loose fiscal policy and tight money typically trigger a de-rating of equity markets. And this is the policy mix we seem to be heading towards."
Gavekal Research, December 15, 2017 , Louis-Vincent Gave

Devil’s in the Details: Robo Analysts, Financial Footnotes, and Buried Insights
"In all honesty, real fundamental analysis hasn’t mattered since before the tech bubble, but the industry is running out of ways to avoid doing this research. Consequently, what we’re seeing now is a return to fundamental research."
Prattle, December 14, 2017