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May 19, 2011
Some economists say the housing market isn't just diving off a 10-ft. board into a swimming pool, it may be about to plunge off a 100-ft. cliff into the ocean. Another wave of foreclosures looms, which could further drag down home values. So should you sell now, or wait to buy? Hold on.
February 10, 2011
Emerging markets are known to be risky, and the situation in Egypt drives the point home. Upheaval in the Middle East demonstrates political risk, one of the major dangers of emerging markets. Another danger? Investment advisers who downplay those risks for their own interests.
May 25, 2010
Joachim Klement delves into role memory plays in why financial crises keep recurring over time in his working paper "The Flaws of Our Financial Memory." The chief investment officer of Zurich's Wellershoff & Partners Ltd., believes the problem can be traced to flaws in memory that he calls the "seven sins."
August 24, 2009
A man puts his cash in the freezer wrapped in brown paper and marks it ‘beans.' The idea is that accountants are called bean counters so labeling money ‘beans’ will trigger the gentleman’s memory as to what the packages contain. This is his stash of cash. Is there a better way?