Kellogg: The Groucho Marx Theory of Efficient Markets By Mitchell Petersen | Posted: 08-13-19 | 09:14 AM | Kellogg faculty make groundbreaking contributions to many academic fields, and they regularly publish influential books and...Read More
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Seems like a strange question. Depends on your point of view. A larger firm will have a different view than a smaller firm. An elephant is a large case with a very large fee attached. The larger may have the attorneys to assign to the...Read More
Fixed income securities are vulnerable to several types of risks. Bonds are the most commonly used fixed income security. Fluctuations in interest rates affect bond principal and the interest produced. The relationship between a bond's...Read More
Over a lifetime a person may spend $250K or more on vehicles. Easily done in this era of $65,000 cars, SUVs and trucks. Even a good used sedan is $30,000. This money spent on transportation is not allocated to savings and investment....Read More