Posts Tagged ‘investing

After reading Paul Kedrosky’s post about Harvard’s portfolio changes I decided to walk through its holdings in the latest SEC 13F report. Top investments where clearly some Emerging Markets ETF’s, but assumed this was because of the concentration of Emerging Market investments in a few lines, while regular stock holdings were scattered in a lot […]

Everybody knows : In the long run, stocks always go up. If you screw up a short term gamble, like buying some troubled financials, reposition your investments as a long term investment. You can afford to ignore further losses, as in the long run it will rebound. Maybe not this year, maybe not even next […]


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  • anonymous: for the uninformed, what is 'claim emission option', is that what euronext is trying to do, to remov [...]
  • anonymous: Despite the fact that now after the claim emission option owners will feel less free to trade in cla [...]
  • anonymous: unlike in US, Europe/UK has much more spirit of law rather than 10,000 pages of rules book, so being [...]
  • Anonymous: I'm pretty sure any court that looks at the facts will not side with the "investors" who tried to be [...]
  • anonymous: Changing the rules without informing stakeholders in time (note: after more than 100.000 options hav [...]
  • anonymous: coac = corporate actions [...]
  • anonymous: this european situation is so messy, how do coac gets handled in US? [...]
  • anonymous: Despite the complaining, this is in accordance with the spirit of the Euronext corporate action poli [...]
  • Anonymous: Good action from Euronext as nobody could know what would have happened without it. Market makers co [...]
  • anonymous: it's a small company, in trouble, going for a round of financing, why some set of option traders mak [...]

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