George Soros gave a speech this year in June 2012, Could be one of the best speech have heard in the financial domain.
He Started with the Crash of 2008 that has been a widespread recognition, both among economists and the general public, that economic theory has failed. But there is no consensus on the causes and the extent of that failure.
He differentiate economics that is a social science and there is a fundamental difference between the natural and social sciences.
Putting the radically approach Continue reading “George Soros Speech on Markets and Euro CRISIS”
I dare to write on this topic as it is the most intense and debatable topic in the financial markets over the years.
As recently the author of “Fooled by Randomness” and “The Black Swan” Nassim Taleb became the anti-theorist in finance arguing that the Nobel committee should be sued for awarding Harry Markowitz, Bill Sharpe and Merton Miller http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2010-10-08/taleb-says-crisis-makes-nobel-panel-liable-for-legitimizing-economists.html
But the Continue reading “EFFICIENT MARKET HYPOTHESIS”
Finance Minister Palaniappan Chidambaram urged officials on Tuesday not to hound the country’s taxpayers. An investor backlash forced the government in May to defer until 2013 implementation of a set of general anti-avoidance rules (GAAR) that were introduced in the annual budget in February.
Finance ministry urged pension and insurance funds Continue reading “India: Is Bull Run on the Bourses Over?”
On Last Friday August 24th Merkel said that Greece was going to stay in the Euro. The New york Times reported ” Merkel Vows to help Greek Stay in Euro Zone”
The French President Hollande said the same thing on Sunday: The Wall street journal reported ” Hollande says Greece Must sta in Euro zone ”
August 27 Merkel added that all of the folks who have a seat at the table just shut up about Greece : The Wall street reported “Merkel Cautions on Critism of Greece” ;- It’s Markel who should be cautious of what she says !!
To “fix” Greece, Greece Continue reading “Saving The Euro and Grexit”
Here are few things that I always try to grab it with a positive attitude:
Starting with the Macro factor a student from the financial market must be aware of the world economy as a whole and inherent knowledge about the Indian economy. Any measures in relation with the Govt. Budgetary Continue reading “The Key things I always focus on being FINANCIAL MARKET STUDENT”