Monthly Archives: September 2011

The Perfect Storm in a Kondratieff Long Wave Winter

Crashing global stock markets, debt defaults, overproduction, falling prices, tumbling interest rates, global debt deleveraging, and the clear necessity for austerity, they are all classic long wave forces now in full tilt, producing the perfect storm in a Kondratieff long wave winter. Only long wave theory explains the economic and financial events now unfolding daily in the…
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Debunking the Myth of the Efficient Markets Hypothesis

In the way of a refresher course, the efficient markets hypothesis (EMH) proposes that global financial markets are efficient in terms of the information available to investors and traders that drives prices. Another way of looking at the efficient markets hypothesis, which has influenced much of the investment thinking around the world in recent decades,…
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