The History of Modern Finance

A pictorial and musical journey in Grant's cartoons. . .

Download A Free Issue

See what Grant's offers for yourself. Download selected issues and articles for FREE!

 
Learn More
 

Download A Free Issue

See what Grant's offers for yourself. Download selected issues and articles for FREE!

Current Issue

January 13, 2017, Vol.35, No.01


View PDF
View in Flash
Purchase Single Issue

2017 in money -- a sneak preview

A vision of the next tumultuous 12 months in 140 characters or less. For Janet Yellen and Jared Kushner there’s good news, bad news—and good news all over again.

Sell a non sequitur

The asset-allocation votes are in for 2017, and the results are confounding. You can defend one big idea or the other big idea, but hardly both at once. What coal owes to Chinese speculators.

Horrible to bad

In investing, timing is said to be everything. In value investing in far-away places, solvency—in fact—is everything. Kind words for a pariah.

Luther the disrupter

Cometh the man (or the woman), cometh the hour. No worldwide web required.

Mushroom cloud parts

Returning to the scene of an error in judgment, we are bullish all over again. Why a lift is in store for the Earth’s heaviest naturally occurring element.

Smiling Contest

Rages a new bull market in equanimity.

Credit Creation • Cause & Effect

Books by the editor

James Grant is the author of these books on finance and American history.

Follow Grant's

You can now follow Grant's
on Twitter! @GrantsPub

Grant's 30-year
Highlight Reel

Peruse a baker's dozen of articles Grant's produced at some of the critical junctures in the past generation.


Click the link to see what we had to say when opportunity knocked.

Center Section Explained

What the figures say is obvious enough. But what do they mean? Click for a guided tour of the statistics.

Share
Articles

As a subscriber to Grant’s, you may share articles with your friends and colleagues. Simply click on the “share button” next to the article to spread the wealth
 

Why Subscribe?

Watch the video and see

There's more.
How much more?
Call John D’Alberto:
(646) 312-8890

Hand-Picked Grant's

What delights await a Grant’s subscriber? Read the free sampler of complete issues to find out.

Claremont Review

About Grant's

Our editorial mission...

download the Droid App

Download