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Raise a Glass; Save the Ranch

(May 30, 2017)

Bill wants to make you an offer no one has ever made in the history of the wine business (as far as he knows).

When It Comes to Creation of Jobs, We Agree and Disagree with Amit Shah

(May 29, 2017)

The BJP president believes that the government is promoting self-employment. But self-employment has always been a reluctant way out for any Indian who cannot find a job.

Swimming Against the 'River of No Returns'

(May 27, 2017)

You will be shocked by Bill's price target for Amazon...

Gold Beats Buffett

(May 26, 2017)

Guess what beat BOTH long-term Treasurys and Buffett...with zero management fees...and near-zero risk.

Avoid These Popular Investments

(May 25, 2017)

Should you just buy a low-cost ETF that tracks the S&P 500 and sit tight?

Not a Good Place for a Heart Attack

(May 24, 2017)

Have you ever wondered what you would do if you had a health emergency in a remote location?

Rate of Recovery of Bad Loans of Public Sector Banks Falls Further in 2016-2017

(May 23, 2017)

If the government wants to tackle bad loans, the rate of recovery needs to improve in the days to come.

Of "Shaky" Demonetisation Statistics, Arun Jaitley and Black Money

(May 22, 2017)

When it comes to identifying black money, 2016-2017 has been a fairly average year for the income tax department, demonetisation notwithstanding.

Ambushed by Originarios

(May 20, 2017)

The originarios are at it again. Will they ever learn?

The Knives Come Out for Trump

(May 19, 2017)

As his story shows, as an empire matures and degrades, you need more colourful...and more grotesque...crimes and misdemeanors to keep up with it.

How Win-Win Deals Create Economic Progress

(May 18, 2017)

Win-win deals get people more of what they want. Win-lose deals - usually imposed by government - bring them less.

Collecting Rent with a Pistol

(May 17, 2017)

Two very different things happened over the weekend. They are connected in a telling way...

New IIP Shows Demonetisation Slowed Down Indian Manufacturing Growth Big Time

(May 16, 2017)

The manufacturing growth between December 2016 and March 2017 fell to 1.6 per cent as against 6.9 per cent between April and October 2016.

Trump Can't 'Prime the Pump'

(May 16, 2017)

The central banks have no real money to buy bonds. They create the money out of thin air by increasing reserve account balances at banks - which is where the story gets a little hard to follow...

Mr Subramanian, Lower Interest Rates Do Not Always Lead to More Bank Loans

(May 15, 2017)

In a recent speech, the chief economic adviser wants the RBI to cut the repo rate further.

It Is Always Dawnest Before the Dark

(May 13, 2017)

Despite a high level of complacency among investors, there are plenty of things investors aren't fretting about...and plenty of reasons for the VIX to spike higher.

Refighting the 'Civil' War

(May 12, 2017)

It's always easier to solve someone else's problem than your own. That's one of the great advantages of living overseas: Public life is full of other people's problems.

An Amazingly Simple Investing Strategy

(May 11, 2017)

Bill checks in on his Trade of the Decade (sell Japanese bonds, buy Japanese stocks)...

US Stocks Are Disastrously Overvalued

(May 10, 2017)

Investors today are willing to pay 60% more than the historical average for each buck of earnings. Is that too high?