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A brilliant explanation for the ongoing global economic decline

Nov 28, 2013

Here is today's recommended reading list from Equitymaster...

Is the race to the bottom back on?
A careful study of events these past few months would lead one to safely conclude that risk taking is rearing its ugly head again. And we are not the only ones saying so. Howard Marks, a noted investor, has also warned about the same in his latest shareholder memo. Want to get into the finer details of it? Read on to find out. (Oaktree Capital Management)

An insightful perspective on the new Chinese economic reforms
The third plenum of the Chinese government, which ended earlier this month, has promised sweeping changes to the way the Chinese economy will be run. The Chinese president has promised a move towards a market based economy which would be similar to the west. The clarity and the comprehensive nature of the proposals have been cheered by investors. However, not many have analysed the proposals and their implications in detail. This insightful article examines the potential benefits of the policy changes and how it would impact investors. (Safe Heaven)

General Motors: A story untold
Five years ago when the sound of death knell struck Bear Stearns, Lehman Brothers, Merrill Lynch, AIG and Citibank, there was another behemoth in line too. General Motors, the America's most influential behemoth was gaping at the acute slowdown in its car sales post the worst economic downturn. While the Obama government then rushed to rescue the giant with a staggering bailout plan, the scenes behind the restructuring exercise are yet to unleashed. Read on the interesting piece picked from Forbes India that unfolds the journey of the prodigal from the darkest days of bankruptcy to the days of survival. (Forbes India)

A brilliant explanation for the ongoing global economic decline
What is the root cause of the structural economic problems that the global economy is facing? Is it because of human greed, poor policies and regulation alone? In this very insightful article the author discusses a very fundamental factor that lies at the root of any economic problem- diminishing returns. We strongly recommend you read this... (Whitney Peak Ventures)

Warren Buffet and intrinsic value of asset
Legendary investor Warren Buffett learned about an interesting lesson from his mentor Benjamin Graham. That was, all assets have an intrinsic value, and the goal of an intelligent investor should be to buy assets at a substantial discount to it, a margin of safety. This article highlights how Warren Buffet has taken the best advantage of following this philosophy. Read on to learn more about Warren Buffet's investment ideas ... (The Economist)

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