When I was a student, I had the chance to visit a large bank and step onto a trading floor. It felt a bit like an oversized classroom with rows and rows of people, many screens, telephones, and of course the yelling. I thought it a horrible place to work and I pitied t...

In the world of investments and finance, time really is money. If you do nothing, then there is an opportunity cost, but if you can act fast there are potential gains (in liquidity), and if you lend to someone for longer, you can get back more with interest. This all m...

I think we can all agree that markets can go up and down. The trick is to buy things when they are at the bottom and sell them when they are at the top – which seems an entirely plausible thing to do. After all, we have so many wonderful tools to help us assess where w...

Investing in companies that are privately owned has never been more popular. Last year alone, more than $453 billion (Reuters) was raised by private equity funds and even much more was invested through direct transactions. People often cite the higher returns when aske...

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