Foreign exchange rates are notoriously difficult to predict over the short term, because there's a great deal of volume traded across the world by many various players (governments, corporations, individuals, etc) for all sorts of reasons. However, they are easier to see over a longer term period as they are the reflection of the interactions of … Continue reading Betting on the Czech Koruna & the Mundell-Fleming Trilemma
‘Carmen’ by the New York City Opera… & behavioural finance lessons?
What has George Bizet's "Carmen" got to do with investing and behavioural finance? That was what my mind conceived when I attended an event organised by the Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA) Association and R.G. Niederhoffer Capital Management at Raffles Hotel on a lovely Wednesday evening in early November. All the way from Manhattan, the New York … Continue reading ‘Carmen’ by the New York City Opera… & behavioural finance lessons?