May 5, 2021 • 25 minutes
Practically speaking, here’s how investment funds often attract assets: they build a track record that makes a case for them being a “good manager.”
May 3, 2021 • 33 minutes
David L. Bahnsen and Scott Gamm discuss the latest news in the capital markets.
Apr 30, 2021 • 22 minutes
We live in interesting times. We live in unpredictable times. And we live in times that offer a milieu of circumstances which combine the novel with the redundant.
Apr 23, 2021 • 25 minutes
If a doubling of the capital gain tax were to actually pass and become law, it certainly would be a negative for markets. How much of a negative is a legitimate subject for debate.
Apr 19, 2021 • 40 minutes
market performance, energy, and potential changes to the tax code
Apr 16, 2021 • 20 minutes
What exactly are we rooting for when we root for “normalization”?
Apr 9, 2021 • 18 minutes
I am quite convinced that far more damage is done by what people believe to be true than what they don't know.
Apr 5, 2021 • 46 minutes
David L. Bahnsen and Scott Gamm discuss Q1 and the current market outlook.
Apr 1, 2021 • 13 minutes
The financial news of the week begs for us to address the subject of “contagion risk"
Mar 26, 2021 • 18 minutes
Today I want to look into the very idea of bubbles, evaluate as intelligently and objectively as I am able what is going on in markets right now and what is not going on.
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