"The rule of thumb is to do your homework, do your analysis, don't give up prudent risk management for the sake of certain fads. Look for real valuations, and stay true to your time frames," said Marc Chandler, the global head of currency strategy at Brown Brothers Harriman.
I was somewhat taken aback when I picked up my new Tesla Model S-1 a few weeks ago. Right now, with only 20 miles on the odometer, the car is stupid, said the salesman. But it has an artificial intelligence program that will start learning as soon as you drive it off the lot. He
If you like gold, you absolutely have to love silver. That's because it has a much higher beta than its yellow cousin, which are often found together in mountainous seams. With smoke still rising from the ruins of the recent silver crash, I remember a lunch I had with my old dear and late friend,
"What is currently happening is that we have a lot of noise around what is uneconomic. When the economic stuff starts happening, like tax cuts, that will feed into real things, like cash flow and earnings," said Bill Miller, chairman of LMM Investments.
I'll do anything to postpone aging, as regular readers of this letter already know. So when my doctor told me that she could extend the life of my knees by ten years with a stem cell injection, I was all for it. You better pay attention too. Stem cells, along with CRISPR gene editing, are
I'm sitting here at my Lake Tahoe lakefront mansion watching the Dow Average meander and go nowhere. It is one of those perfect, picture postcard days, with a blue sky and cobalt lake. The fields outside are covered with snow crystals sparkling in the sunshine. After the close, I'm going to have to shovel off