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    • 1.

      Trading Agency CMO

      by Udo Nachi - 2007-01-16
      Question: I am a portfolio manager with equity trading experience and not fixed income derivatives, how can I include inverse floating bonds without destroying my P & L?Answer: Poor P & L is as a res...
    • 2.

      Contracts for Difference - Are the Dominoes Toppling?

      by Andy Richardson - 2007-03-10
      Have you ever experienced the gloom of watching the stockmarket take a dive, but been unable to benefit from the fall in share prices? Or how about the opposite problem, spotting an undervalued stock ...
    • 3.

      Amateurs And Day Traders Are Being Attracted To Contracts For Difference

      by Andy Richardson - 2007-03-21
      A contract for difference (CFD) is an agreement between two parties to exchange the difference between the opening price and the closing price of a contract, multiplied by the number of shares, as cal...
    • 4.

      Strategic Investment Mixology:Finding the Holy Grail Cocktail

      by Steve Selengut - 2008-05-30
      So what do your Investment Manager and your neighborhood bartender have in common, other than the probability that you spend more time with the latter during market corrections? Antoine Tedesco, in hi...
    • 5.

      Trading The Stockmarket In Minutes

      by Alexander West - 2008-07-14
      How do you become stockmarket savvy if you do not have the time to learn, as frequently these days most of us do not? Do you enrol on an expensive course and hopefully after 3 days of solid tuition y...
    • 6.

      Kuwait Financial Crisis?

      by Ernie Fitzpatrick - 2008-10-26
      It's hard to believe driving down the street and seeing a gas station sign that reads- Unleaded $2.15! You read that right. Weren't we paying $4.75 not too long ago? How is this possible? It's possib...
    • 7.

      Why All The Stock Exchanges Collapsed

      by Sam Vaknin - 2008-12-09
      In the wake of the global credit crunch, stock exchanges throughout the world collapsed in tandem. Why? 1. All of them - from the mighty Wall Street to the puny Macedonian Stock Exchange - have come t...
    • 8.

      The Shifting Sands Of Finance Lingo

      by Sam Vaknin - 2008-12-09
      In 1976, the word "subprime" used to mean: a loan offered to desirable, creditworthy clients with its interest rate set below the prime rate. Within less than 15 years it came to be defined by this ar...
    • 9.

      Notes On The Credit Crisis Of 2007-9

      by Sam Vaknin - 2008-12-09
      The global crisis of 2007-9 was, actually, a confluence of unrelated problems on three continents. In the United States, investment banks were brought down by hyper-leveraged investments in ill-unders...
    • 10.

      How The East Will Ruin The West

      by Sam Vaknin - 2008-12-09
      Car repossessions are up 25% in Romania, as the members of a newly-minted class of consumers are unable to meet their obligations. Austrian, Greek, Swedish, and German banks are exposed to default ris...