Author:  Reading World Books  |  :  Sep 10, 2021  |  :   finance, hedgefunds, investments, trading

New chapter by Soros on the secrets to his success along with a new Preface and Introduction. New Foreword by renowned economist Paul Volcker An extraordinary . . . inside look into the decision-making process of the most successful money manager of our time. Fantastic. ...

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Author:  Reading World Books  |  :  Sep 10, 2021  |  :   autobiography, biography, estate, finance, real

An overview of a week in the entrepreneur's life and opinions on everything from football to New York mayors accompany stories of Trump's best real estate deals and a discussion of the deal maker's art. Reprint.

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Author:  Yuri Tricys  |  :  Feb 25, 2018  |  :   economics, finance, macroeconomics, newsroom, stock-market, trends-global

Natural sciences in usual circumstances are wonderfully predictable; what goes up must come down. Economists since Walras have been promoting the profitable illusion that economics is a natural science. Today, more than anytime in history, that charade is obviously ...

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Author:  Yuri Tricys  |  :  Feb 20, 2018  |  :   alternative-energy, finance, newsroom, stock-market, trends-global

The price of a metric ton of cobalt, the precious metal used in lithium batteries, increased 60% in the last year to $81,500 USD, a 264% increase since its all time low in February of 2016. Higher prices have lifted present valuations of cobalt bearing properties and ...

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Author:  Yuri Tricys  |  :  Feb 26, 2015  |  :   economics, finance, macroeconomics, newsroom, opinion, trends-global

US indicators out this week, like the Chicago PMI and the CPI estimates, support both sides of a US turn-around, the output side and the consumption side. Yet still the FED, though widely expected to raise rates in the summer, remains tight-lipped about it, downplaying ...

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Author:  Yuri Tricys  |  :  Mar 28, 2013  |  :   academic, economics, finance, macroeconomics, research, trade

Abstract This report analyzes EU-wide public procurement markets and market segments through modelling of the EU’s Tenders Electronic Daily (TED) data, among other sources, as well as the critical legal elements of the emerging EU-wide public procurement regime. ...

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Author:  Yuri Tricys  |  :  Dec 7, 2012  |  :   academic, economics, finance, macroeconomics, research, trade

Abstract An analysis of procurement laws and statistics at the major levels of government across Canada. Data collection, wrangling, modelling, research, writing, and editing by Yuri Tricys, among others. Author and Director of research, Kurt Hubner. Download EU ...

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Author:  Yuri Tricys  |  :  Feb 26, 2011  |  :   academic, economics, finance, macroeconomics, research

Abstract This paper reviews academic arguments for and against fiscal policy alignment and increased transnational budgets in the EMU. It suggests credit market instruments are costlier than tax based transfers and the current system of structural funding is ...

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Author:  Yuri Tricys  |  :  Nov 28, 2009  |  :   economics, finance, macroeconomics, newsroom, opinion

Pundits of the double-dip recession theory cite the now globally anticipated fallout of the U.S. dollar as a key source. The fed is printing money like confetti, they say. The U.S. Treasury bill bubble is soon to pop, they add. The newly coined (U.S. dollar-carry trade) ...

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Author:  Yuri Tricys  |  :  Nov 30, 2008  |  :   economics, finance, newsroom, opinion, politics

Last month, before U.S. election results, I was chatting with a friend about economic political history. He wrote a line that stuck with me. He wrote (Western civilization has got to stop patting itself on the back for separating church and state and get on with the ...

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Author:  Yuri Tricys  |  :  Oct 22, 2008  |  :   economics, finance, macroeconomics, newsroom, opinion, politics, stock-market

It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see that addressing the liquidity problem on Wall Street by borrowing to restore the ability to lend does not address the underlying aggregate debt issue. The common sense approach says that to avoid a sudden crash or some ...

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