Month: September 2014

More risk equals more return. Less risk equals less return. This is one of the investment maxims dictated by the Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM). But is this always the case or are there market anomalies that show otherwise? Simply stated, is it possible to achieve a higher or equivalent level of return with lower […]

Slackonomics 101

  • Fed
  • Charlie Bilello

It’s back to school time and there’s a new economics course being offered this fall at universities across the country: Slackonomics 101. The course will explore the revolutionary economic theory that is driving current Federal Reserve policy. The course outline and beginners guide to Slackonomics can be found below: Chapter 1: Never Let a Crisis Go […]