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August 12, 2016, Vol.34, No.16

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Inventive minds resist the urge to capitulate at the alpine peaks and stygian depths of speculative markets. Rather, they adapt, sometimes with a twinkle in their eye. A no-risk, index-beating scheme for this sub-zero time.

Hostile banking

No staycation for Mr. Market this year. Adventure in foreign parts is rather to his taste. Kind words for a pair of pariahs.

'Pervasive and persistent'

When people say “structural,” don’t they really mean "familiar"?

Dorian gray

A former Grant’s pick to click was always a speculation. It is now a very cheap and very risky speculation.

Pants on fire

Quick, which nation is the world’s top gold producer? China, you say? Maybe not.

Bump in the road

Digital break-ins. The price that we pay in a time of monetary insanity.

At the intersection of cars and banks

E-Z money was the spark plug of the post-crisis auto recovery. Beware, now, a creeping tightness.

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