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”Risk comes from not knowing what you’re doing” says Warren Buffett. As true as that seems, there is a very powerful second dimension to it: If you don’t anticipate what’s coming, you can do as well as you want and … Continue reading
What a year 2010 has been! The sheer dramatics all over the financial world were breathtaking at times, and surely it was a remarkable year announcing a remarkable decade. But where do we go from here? Let’s recap the most … Continue reading
For decades, government bonds have been regarded as relatively risk-free, at least when they are issued by solid western countries. Amidst the current financial turmoil involving the US economy and the Euro-crisis, are we to witness a dramatical change in … Continue reading
…says investor legend Warren Buffett and reorganizes Berkshire Hathaway’s portfolio.
The Republican’s landslide win yesterday might have huge effects on President Obama’s economic policy. Lobbyists were quick to submit wish lists to the Republican majority, the main objectives on their agenda being tax cuts, loosening environmental protection laws, and revoking … Continue reading
Has the USA already gone through the worst? Is the economy about to recover and are banks thus boosting their credit businesses again? This week’s economic figures came up with a 2.0 % growth of the U.S. economy – a … Continue reading