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Investors refuse to give up on ideas that recently made them a lot of money
Cash bonanza enabled by retail investors fails to boost beneficiaries’ performance
Charles Mackay was wrong about a lot, but his wild life and times hold many lessons
The frothy valuations of some ‘visionary’ businesses resemble gaseous giants in an asset bubble universe
From the value of data to e-globalisation, some trends are here to stay
Market bellyaches from SocGen’s Albert Edwards and Citi’s Robert Buckland
Things are bad, but not nearly 2000-bad, argues J-Paul.
Proper bubbles involve people convincing themselves that a high-profit, low-inflation environment will be permanent
Selling by executives and founders of portfolio groups comes at fraught moment for speculative tech shares
Forget the metaverse — industrial changes are what create long-term value across economies
From a slowing China to ‘greenflation’ in commodity prices, investors should take note of these forecasts
A brisk look back at a market mania from the late 19th century.
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