Saudi Arabia’s Oil War With Russia
European traders and refiners confirm that Saudi Arabia has been offering its oil at significant discounts, making it more attractive than Russian crude.
High Yield: Are ‘Fixed Income People’ Smarter Than ‘Equity People’?
What are junk spreads telling us about equity risk?
Using Options Strategies With ETFs
While the trading and tax advantages of ETFs are typically well known, the ability to trade options on an ETF is an underutilized benefit.
Hedge Funds’ Critical Role in Anti-Money Laundering
Hedge funds may not be the most attractive money-laundering option, and banks are already performing AML procedures. However, those arguments may overlook some critical gaps.
Let’s Just Give Up on Taxing Big Corporations
Aren’t there better ways to use trillions of dollars than to have them invested in the markets on behalf of a few dozen firms’ shareholders?
Using Kwanti’s Portfolio Lab Software With Clients
You may not have heard of Kwanti, but it has a great portfolio analytics tool that’s worth your consideration.
Ritholtz: The World Is Ending? Invest as If It Won’t
Upon learning that the apocalypse is nigh, the proper trade is to go long, not short.
Senior Housing: A Way to Profit From a Major Demographic Movement
As 12,000 Americans retire every day, the growing senior population will need somewhere to live. Here's what to consider when investing in senior housing.
Why Commodities Are Back in the 1990s
We shouldn't underestimate the impact of a slowing China on commodity prices.
Hurting the Rich Won’t Help the Poor
We shouldn’t delude ourselves into thinking that making the rich less rich does a lot for the poor in the absence of better government.