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May 17, 2019, Vol. 37, No. 10

Just call it the ‘bizzle’

History may remember these times as a golden age of invention and entrepreneurship, but those flattering descriptors should come with an asterisk. Introducing the bezzle’s first cousin.

For steeper and choppier

A fund for anyone who expects, or dreads, a reversal of the steady states of being in fixed income today.

Free interest rates!

On May 7, the editor of Grant’s addressed the Bradley Foundation Prize event in Washington, D.C. What’s to be done about Jack Daniel’s-grade financial disinhibitors?

Fear factor

A case of soaring revenues failing to deliver where it counts.

Cash wanted

An update on a certain global avatar of growth-at-any cost.

On your honor

Across the Atlantic, a controversial fund and its founder presage trouble for America’s illiquid-securities business.

On strike

The bet on a more dovish Fed is not predicated on a slowdown in inflation but in the S&P 500. What’s the strike price of Chair Powell’s put?

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