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Gyro Gearloose redux .

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January 24, 2020, Vol. 38, No. 2

‘Low growth at a huge multiple’

What the indexed investor sees is not always what the indexed investor gets.

Truly sustainable investing

Newly issued by Artemis Capital Management, L.P., Austin, Texas, is a guide to investing after you (probably) won’t be around to attend to the details.

Energetic income

Opportunities in income-producing stocks that occupy the energy wing of the investment dog house.

Plastic refuse

Bearish on a debt-financed roll-up of roll-ups that stands at the intersection of minuscule interest rates and money-burning-a-hole-in-the-deal-doers’-pockets.

Not so stimulating

As the overclass gathers in Davos, Switzerland, the United States and Europe have at last found common ground.

January 10, 2020, Vol. 38, No. 1

Pennies in the fiscal fuse box

The history of the growth of the public debt is also the history of the failed attempts to control it.

Personal preference

You have cash and a problem: How to earn income with an acceptable level of risk?

State of denial

A long overdue demotion for the home of American high finance.

No smoke here

Buried under a curious choice of nomenclature.

Bull-market archetype

Bearish on a Midwest dividend aristocrat and wary on what its valuation and vulnerability may signify for the stock market as a whole.

Slow boat gains speed

It’s not hard to see the investment attraction. Yet, speculators betting on reflation may be disappointed.

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