Is It 2003 Again? Frank Holmes Predicts A Renewed Love Trade For Gold
China and the U.S. investing in infrastructure. Europe stable. The Middle East conflict-free. What would that mean for commodities? In this interview with The Gold Report, U.S. Global Investors CEO Frank Holmes outlines the developments that could move …
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What is the market's 'fear gauge' telling us?
When prices are high, investors expect trouble in the stock market and demand for insurance pushes up rates. When prices are low, on the other hand, few people are looking to insure against a plunge in the market. It's called a 'put option', and this …
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Best-paid CEOs perform the worst
And CEOs suck at figuring out when to exercise their stock options, generally getting less money than they would by following conventional financial advice. How could this be? In a word, overconfidence. CEOs who get paid huge amounts tend to think less …
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Study: Highest-Paid CEOs Perform the Worst of All
According to the Economic Policy Institute, average CEO compensation at the largest U.S. companies in 2013 was $ 15.2 million including stock options exercised, up 21.7 percent since 2010. The institute found that from 1978 to 2013, inflation-adjusted …
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