Weekly CEO News from Richard Ingram
February 7, 2018

A sea of red in markets in the last few days resulted in panic selling, and vice versa. Some of our favorite stock markets corrected sharply, one of which being the India stock market (Nifty 50 index). With so big of a

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February 7, 2018

A Market That Hunts At Night

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The leopard stalks its prey and tries to approach as close as possible. Small prey is eaten immediately. Larger carcasses are dragged over several hundred miles and safely stored in trees, bushes or even caves. Larger prey is to be

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iStock.com/gustavofrazao The Recent Sell-Off Says a Stock Market Crash Could Be Ahead With the recent sell-off in the stock market, investors are asking, what’s next? Is the price action foretelling a stock market crash ahead or is it time to

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Today I want to give you a tip to keep you out of trouble: never invest in something that you don’t understand. That includes bitcoin, MLPs, annuities, structured products and even stocks. This may seem obvious but I have seen

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credits:istock.com/-oqIpo- Gold Price 2018 Forecast It may be time, for those who haven’t done so already, to consider “safety” again. It’s time to consider gold. It may sound boring but there’s a reason gold has lasted this long. Still, many

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February 7, 2018

Trends In The Teenage Workforce Update

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In July of 2015, CNN Money featured an article with the optimistic and intriguing title “More American teens are getting jobs. That’s good for everyone.” The article opens with an example of 16-year-old Lauren Miller, who loves her minimum wage job at

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VIX — volatility index Dr. Bill Conerly based on CBOE data. The cause of stock market volatility is different than the cause of bull markets or bear markets. The direction of stock market change is based on estimates of future

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February 7, 2018

EC Geographical Arbitrage In Cryptos

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Take a look at any capitalist endeavour and you can be pretty damn sure something is being arbitraged. Time, competence, incompetence, skills, labour, taxation variances, speed of manufacturing, cost of manufacturing, speed of distribution, cost of distribution, distance, ease of

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February 7, 2018

Big Outlier(s) For Consumer Credit

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When the Federal Reserve last month updated its estimates for consumer credit, we thought it was concerning if consistent with the labor market that revolving credit jumped by $11.2 billion in November 2017. The increase continued a pattern of greater

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