There seems to be an overdose of cricket in my blogs but I cannot help that.All the strong favourites are no more bankable. Australia have crashed out. England lost a … Continue Reading Emerging markets may be better.
England had a successful weekend of sports.However the markets fell and by a bigger margin that Australia. Does this mean my theory about the relationship between sport and the markets … Continue Reading Cricket
(Originally posted on June 6th 2009) I hate discussing finance over the weekend.However I am still reeling under the shock that Netherlands beat the English cricket team. The minnows have … Continue Reading Relationships between sports and markets
(Originally posted on June 3rd 2009) Last evening to this morning has been busy with meetings I have been in meetings, conferences and seminars before where it mostly was useless … Continue Reading A long sermon on a pretty Sunday
(Originally posted on June 2nd 2009) Emotions play an important role in the world of finance.Clinical data rose 7.1% because their flagship antidepressant will not reduce a person’s sex drive. … Continue Reading Emotional Market
(Originally posted on June 1st 2009) A new month and the sun is shining brightly. The markets have been boosted by the news that the Chinese manufacturing markets have grown.However … Continue Reading June Market Outlook
(Originally posted on June 5th 2009) I am at the world polo event and was invited by one of the hedge funds that I know. Like others in the industry … Continue Reading The fall of a hedge fund
(Originally posted on June 4th 2009) The chances of the Australian cricket team doing well in the T20 have taken a big beating by the disciplinary actions enforced on Andrew … Continue Reading Index investing