Let’s face it. It’s hard to beat the market. Those who can do so consistently are few and far between and get paid serious money. Whereas investing in a fund that tracks the market– a so-called “passive” fund because there’s no active choosing of individual investments – is like being on auto-pilot; it’s easy and low cost. 911 more words
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Fernando Eguren-Martin and Andrej Sokol
relationship between financial conditions and risks to growth in an economy?
And, in a world of highly integrated financial markets, to what extent are… 1,487 more words
Sebastian de-Ramon, Bill Francis and Michael Straughan.
There is a debate in the regulatory and academic community about whether competition is good or bad for bank stability, particularly following the financial crisis (see Chapter 6 of the… 1,861 more words