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Year-End Portfolio Management: Making a List and Checking It Twice

As we enter the home stretch of 2014, there is still time for investors to make some portfolio adjustments that could create greater efficiency, generate tax savings, and position your portfolio for the coming year. 642 more words

Investment Management

The Great British ‘Rebalancing’ Act: The Construction and Implementation of an Economic Imperative for Exceptional Times

Academic journal article, co-authored with Colin Hay.

The ‘rebalancing’ of the British economy has become perhaps the central motif in the public political economy of adjustment to the financial crisis. 145 more words

Coalition Government

Unbalancing: UK output since the recession, by Andrew Wishart

Yesterday saw the Office for National Statistics (ONS) release the second estimate of Gross Domestic Product, commonly known as GDP. GDP measures the value of a countries economic output over either a quarter or a year and is well established as the variable which best measures economic activity. 716 more words


Pension funds and the City in the UK's contradictory growth spurts

My paper for the CITYPERC/SPERI workshop ‘Capital Divided? The City and the Future of the British Economy’.

UK pension funds hold capital equivalent to 135 per cent of UK GDP. 231 more words


Finance 101: Rebalancing

Let’s talk rebalancing the portfolio.

Most personal finance websites/books/etc. focus a great deal on trade entry; less on trade exit; and usually even less on  569 more words

Portfolio Management

10 Insightful Playtest Questions

Playtests are always a valuable way to evaluate the state of your game, but it’s important to observe the right signs and ask the right questions in order to get objective and worthwhile feedback. 1,408 more words

Game Design


Depending on your age, Halloween conjures many images—some sweet, some scary. My girls are young and seem to experience both extremes: They love the treats but could do without some of the scarier imagery. 743 more words