Good reads from around the Web. The national disaster that is Brexit keeps delivering. This week’s barrel-scraper was outrage at a High Court ruling that Parliament must be allowed a vote before the UK can start to leave the EU. Remember: The high-minded veneer grafted onto the murky motivation for Brexit was we must ‘take […]

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Very low interest rates have been with us for nearly a decade. There are strong arguments to justify their use. But that doesn’t mean we have to like them. In trying to address various ills, low interest rates may cause their own problems. I think there are signs that politicians and central bankers are getting […]

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Good reads from around the Web. The US investment advisory firm Research Affiliates made headlines this week when it predicted that American savers have a 0% chance of hitting their desired 5% or greater annual returns from a standard 60/40 portfolio over the next decade. From Bloomberg: Research Affiliates’ forecasts for the stock market rely […]

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