The climate change topic seems to be heated these days, eco-friendly goods and services grow in demand and more people interested in renewable energy. So, let’s look at the opportunities this new green world has to offer to investors. We gathered green public companies in various industries (energy, automotive industry, food and farming) that you can consider to add to your portfolio to jump on the green trend and make some money off it.
The stock market have been very generous towards investors during the recent years and the S&P 500 index is at its highest levels now. Unfortunately, good past returns do not guarantee good future returns and some market analysts, economists, and investors have started to worry about the yield curve movements.
Rogue Trader is a story of a guy who caused a collapse of the world’s second-oldest bank in 1995. 20 years have passed since the film’s release so we’re a bit late for a review but we feel that it’s an important movie to remember because it’s underappreciated and misunderstood.
For many years, the majority of economists based their financial theories on a few basic assumptions: all market participants are perfectly rational (investors aren’t emotional at all), and they are also free from any biases or information processing errors. The real-life and practical economy showed that these assumptions don’t work in many cases and people tend to behave irrationally from time to time.
All of the major countries’ central banks hold a significant portion of their reserves in foreign currencies. Why do they purchase them and why the U.S. dollar is the most popular reserve currency? In this article, we’ll explain what the reserve currencies are, what purpose do they serve and why the world’s central banks hold them.
Recently some traditional economists were confused when they saw that more countries joined “the negative interest rates club”, so here is my opinion on this bizarre macroeconomic trend. We’ll try to explain why such a policy has occurred and why it can be a dangerous sign for the global economy.
On Wednesday, July 31, 2019, the Federal Reserve lowered interest rates by 25 basic points to a range from 2.00% to 2.25%. It was the first interest rate cut since 2008. Why did this happen and what are the possible consequences of such a change?
There are a lot of ‘animal’ slang words in finance and there are many reasons for that. One of those reasons is that investors are animals too and sometimes they behave in the irrational, herd-ish ways. Today we’ll take a look at two of the most famous ‘animal’ terms in finance: a bull and a bear market.