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Just Like Before, the Market is about to Crash

(May 17, 2017)

Markets are at record highs. Fear is at record lows. How does this end? When does this end?

The Fed Will Never Normalise Monetary Policy

(May 4, 2017)

Asad Dossani discusses why the Fed will never normalize monetary policy.

The Fed Takes on Trump

(Mar 16, 2017)

Asad Dossani discusses how the Fed is taking on Trump by raising interest rates.

Markets and Reality

(Mar 2, 2017)

Asad Dossani explains why US stock markets are overvalued.

The Fed Is Bluffing

(Feb 15, 2017)

Asad Dossani discusses why the Fed the is unlikely to raise rates three times this year.

The Market doesn't believe S&P

(Aug 12, 2011)

Asad Dossani discusses why the bond markets show that the US government debt remains a safe haven in times of trouble.

A self-inflicted financial crisis

(Aug 1, 2011)

Asad Dossani discusses why the consequences of US debt default could be worse than the consequences of Lehman default.

Does inflation really drive gold prices?

(Jul 25, 2011)

Asad Dossani discusses how despite reduced threat of inflation; the EU debt crisis is pushing gold prices higher.

Is the US about to lose its AAA rating?

(Jul 18, 2011)

Asad Dossani discusses how the US economy is about to lose its AAA rating due to its debt problems.

Is Indian market correlated with US market?

(Jul 11, 2011)

The correlation between Indian stock market and the US market has increased in the past few years

The verdict on Quantitative Easing

(Jul 4, 2011)

Asad Dossani explains the futility of the US Fed's quantitative easing policy and its impact on global commodity prices.

Why has the Greek crisis not been solved?

(Jun 27, 2011)

Asad Dossani explains why instead of another bailout, a debt restructuring would be in the best interest of Greece and the European economy as a whole.

Will increased capital prevent the next crisis?

(Jun 20, 2011)

Asad Dossani discusses why banks should be servants of the economy, not the masters.

Are high oil prices such a problem?

(Jun 13, 2011)

Asad Dossani discusses why investors should not worry about oil prices going through the roof.

The continued Greek tragedy

(Jun 6, 2011)

Asad Dossani discusses why the European bondholders will eventually have to incur some losses on their holdings.

What the credit default swap market tells us...

(May 31, 2011)

Asad Dossani discusses why the economies on the verge of debt default can do little to avert the crisis by taking more debt.

Is Europe clinging on to the IMF?

(May 23, 2011)

Asad Dossani explains why the EU and US want to retain the post of head of international monetary body IMF after the exit of Dominique Strauss-Kahn from the post.

Is there justice in Finance?

(May 16, 2011)

Asad Dossani cites the case of Raj Rajartnam and discusses whether the culprits who cause crisis in financial markets can be brought to justice.

The spectacular fall of Silver

(May 9, 2011)

The recent crash in silver prices, and the subsequent bounce back, can all be attributed to speculative activity. But will the rally in silver prices now sustain?

Are Rating Agencies too Powerful?

(May 2, 2011)

This week's article examines whether rating agencies have become too powerful. We look at the impact of rating agency mistakes as one of the drivers of the financial crisis and argue that more regulation is needed of rating agencies.


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