Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin To make gains and be ahead of the masses in the stock market, I frequently say, look in places that others are not looking. Further, smart investing is about looking in the right places. It’s not about being first contrary to popular belief. The rub? You usually have to do a little more work and that doesn't fit well with most investors these days who are after a quick profit. Monitoring company executives buying and selling their own shares is an absolute must for our firm and clients and an essential ingredient to analyze when approaching an investment. I mean, why wouldn’t you want to buy and sell with the people who actually know what’s going on in their company? Of course you would, but the interpretation and mimicking of their stock transactions can leave you with big losses if you fail to do the analysis and just blindly do what they do. Lets clarify the concept of trading by company executives in their own shares, … [Read more...] about The Stock Market Will Only Bottom When Company Executives Start Buying Their Own Shares. They Are Not.
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UPDATE: WHO BLEW UP THE PIPELINES? … BIDEN ADMIN SAYS THE BLASTS HAVE GIVEN UNITED STATES A ‘TREMENDOUS STRATEGIC OPPORTUNITY’ TO PUSH GREEN ENERGY AND EXPORT LNG … TOM ELLIOTT: [email protected] celebrates Nordstream bombings: “A tremendous opportunity to once & for all remove the dependence on Russian energy & thus to take away from Putin the weaponization of energy … That’s very significant & offers tremendous strategic opportunity for the years to come” ( VIDEO ) JUST IN TIME FOR HALLOWEEN… FAUCI GIVES MORE OF YOUR MONEY TO DR. FRANKENSTEIN… SAAGAR ENJETI: UNBELIEVABLE: Fauci in his waning months as head of NIAID just greenlit a 600k grant to Peter Dzask and the Ecohealth Alliance for “bat coronavirus” research. The same organization that funded the Wuhan lab and research that plausibly lead to the entire COVID19 pandemic ( SCREENGRABS ) BIDEN STILL CLAIMING HIS GIANT SPENDING PACKAGE WILL REDUCE THE DEFICIT… @BREAKING911: POTUS: “I’m so sick of … [Read more...] about Editor Daily Rundown: Who Blew Up The Pipelines?
Mikhail Gorbachev, the leader of the Soviet Union whose attempts to shake up his country’s political and economic system led to the collapse of the Communist superpower and the end of the Cold War, has died. He was 91. The Interfax and state-run Tass news services cited the Moscow hospital where Gorbachev died. The Central Clinical Hospital said his death followed “a severe and prolonged illness,” according to Tass. Gorbachev pushed for radical changes to the Soviet economy after he became Communist Party leader in 1985, at age 54. His overhaul, known as perestroika, and policy of openness, or glasnost, unleashed a political avalanche that brought down the Berlin Wall in 1989 and ended Soviet rule two years later. Gorbachev’s career disintegrated in the process, leaving him a bystander to Russia’s political and economic evolution. In a farewell address delivered on national television on Dec. 25, 1991, the day the Soviet Union and his presidency were officially dissolved, … [Read more...] about Mikhail Gorbachev years – Era of the Soviet leader who ended cold war
This article first appeared in The Edge Malaysia Weekly, on October 3, 2022 - October 09, 2022. - A + A Environmental (E) concerns have escalated in recent years, as evidenced by the surge in government and corporate climate commitments such as net zero as well as the creation of carbon markets. The social (S) pillar of ESG, in comparison, had not been given as much focus or consideration until the pandemic exposed the fragility of labour market and employment issues. Social factors were ranked the highest among the three ESG considerations by the US respondents of Edelman’s 2020 Trust Barometer study (institutional investors’ special report), a jump of 15 points from the previous year. Unsurprisingly, the just transition concept is gaining momentum, in line with the increasing focus on social considerations. With its roots in labour and environmental justice organisations, the just transition movement shines a light on some of the most pressing issues of … [Read more...] about Trust In Resilience: ESG meets human capital: Pursuing a just transition
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin In the House of Commons, when members of Parliament become rowdy, the Speaker will often bellow ‘Order, Order!’ Much of the same treatment is needed for gilts and sterling, both moving in a violent manner that historically has typified the breakdown of an economic regime. There are several lessons to be learned here – one of which is that when making policy there is a need to be cognizant of the broader economic and financial environment. A financial climate troubled by inflation, rising interest rates and dangerous geopolitics is not one in which mistakes will be tolerated. The early schoolboy/girl errors of the Truss government mark the cumulative effect of a long process of policy neglect and geopolitical decline. The death of Queen Elizabeth II has, amongst many other things, contributed to the sense that an era has passed, and that a new, more testing one is upon us. Brexit Wrapped up in all this is the … [Read more...] about Britain Badly Needs To Re-Establish Order In Its Economy And Sterling
- A + A SINGAPORE (Oct 4): Oil prices inched higher in early Asian trade on Tuesday (Oct 4), on expectations that OPEC+ may agree to a large cut in crude output when it meets on Wednesday, but concerns about the global economy capped gains. Brent crude futures had risen 43 cents, or 0.5%, to US$89.29 per barrel by 0108 GMT, after gaining more than 4% in the previous session. US crude futures rose by 22 cents, or 0.3%, to US$83.85 a barrel. The benchmark gained more than 5% in the previous session, which marked its largest daily gain since May. Oil prices rallied on Monday on renewed concerns about supply tightness. There are expectations that the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and its allies, known collectively as OPEC+, will cut output by more than one million barrels per day (bpd) in their first in-person meeting since 2020 on Wednesday. Voluntary cuts by individual members could come on top of this, making it their largest cut since the … [Read more...] about Oil prices inch higher ahead of OPEC+ meeting to discuss supply cuts
Storage tanks are seen at the Petroineos Ineos petrol refinery in Lavera, France, March 29, 2022. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier/File photo SINGAPORE – Oil prices edged up on Tuesday as expectations that OPEC+ may agree to a large cut in crude output when it meets on Wednesday outweighed concerns about the global economy. Brent crude futures rose 47 cents, or 0.5 percent, to $89.33 per barrel by 0352 GMT after gaining more than 4 percent in the previous session. U.S. crude futures rose by 31 cents, or 0.4 percent, to $83.94 a barrel. The benchmark gained more than 5 percent in the previous session, its largest daily gain since May. Oil prices rallied on Monday on renewed concerns about supply tightness. Investors expect the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and its allies, known collectively as OPEC+, will cut output by more than 1 million barrels per day (bpd) at their first in-person meeting since 2020 on Wednesday. Voluntary cuts by individual members … [Read more...] about Oil prices edge higher ahead of OPEC+ meeting to discuss supply cuts