Archive for April 20th, 2009

Bank nationalization: the secondary effects

In the article, “Is big bank complexity irreversible?”, I suggest that nationalization of certain big banks might be the only course for banks that have become too complex to manage, and that this would not be the end of capitalism. However, nationalization of major US banks, as is now being contemplated by the Obama administration, will […]

Fundamental securities analysis and open source financial intelligence

Fundamental securities analysis will be advantageous for investors in the wake of the Crash of 2008. (See: Finding investment opportunity in the post stock-buyback era.) By “fundamental securities analysis”, I don’t mean just financial statement analysis as in Graham and Dodd, but rather a combination of such techniques with data mining for relevant facts, using […]

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