The Blame for the Financial Crisis Goes To…

By Rodney Johnson.  |  September 18, 2018 By Rodney Johnson | September 18, 2018

Maybe you could rattle off some biggies, like Dick Fuld of Lehman Brothers, or Angelo Mozilo of Countrywide Mortgages. Or perhaps some companies, like AIG and Bear Stearns. Read More

What About Australia?

By Lance Gaitan.  |  September 4, 2018 By Lance Gaitan | September 4, 2018

Editor’s Note: We have a late-breaking addition to the lineup for the 2018 Irrational Economic Summit. Read More

Bitcoin ETFs: Crypto for Dummies…

By John Del Vecchio.  |  August 31, 2018 By John Del Vecchio | August 31, 2018

Sponsors of exchange-traded funds (ETFs) have tried in vain several times to get a bitcoin product launched. Read More

A Political Football No More

By Lance Gaitan.  |  August 28, 2018 By Lance Gaitan | August 28, 2018

Remember all the controversy surrounding the Keystone XL pipeline? The Obama administration’s refusal to approve the cross-border leg of this project became a political football, with Democrats and Republicans using the pipeline to rally their Read More

About This Record-Breaking Run…

By Coty Poynter.  |  August 24, 2018 By Coty Poynter | August 24, 2018

We interrupt your regularly scheduled The Rich Investor publication to bring you an update from Economy & Markets. There’s an ongoing event that you ought to be paying close attention to as it pans out. Read More

You Better Mind Your Ps and Tobin’s Qs

By John Del Vecchio.  |  August 17, 2018 By John Del Vecchio | August 17, 2018

There’s a little-talked about market measure that suggests the stock market is overvalued relative to historical norms. A lot of insiders are familiar with this metric, but they don’t talk about it a lot. Read More

The Most Wonderful Time of the Year…

By Lance Gaitan.  |  August 14, 2018 By Lance Gaitan | August 14, 2018

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. I’m not talking about Christmas, which happens but once each year. Read More

A Tale of Iced Tea, Burgers, and Regret

By John Del Vecchio.  |  August 10, 2018 By John Del Vecchio | August 10, 2018

Markets change. The companies that dominate the market change. The people that run the dominant companies change. But, one thing never changes: human nature. Over and over again, investors get sucked into hyped-up growth stories. Read More

There Are No Called Strikes on Wall Street

By Howard Lindzon.  |  July 26, 2018 By Howard Lindzon | July 26, 2018

There’s a lot that we can learn from Warren Buffett, who many consider to be one of the greatest investors of all-time. Read More

It’s All About Balance

By Adam O'Dell.  |  July 4, 2018 By Adam O'Dell | July 4, 2018

I have a lot of empathy for investors these days. Investors of all ilk are getting bounced around as the market wears on the convictions of both the bulls and the bears. Read More