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Elliott Morss | August 26th, 2016

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Global Economics

Can Anything Save the Eurozone?

August 24th, 2016 |

The article attempts to explain why the Eurozone is unworkable by highlighting differences between its members and states in the US. In addition, the issue of whether the European Union will survive is discussedRead More

Xinyuan Real Estate: Positive News in a Risky Business

August 17th, 2016 |

Introduction

The second quarter results from Xinyuan (XIN) sound good. Table 1 summarizes data from CFO Liu’s statement at the earnings call. Sales are up. Area sales are up but not by as much (possibly because a greater portion of … Read More

The American Public Has Been Fooled – Life is Good in the US

July 20th, 2016 |

Political candidates say things are bad now. And media ratings jump whenever they can find a disaster to feature. The reality is quite different.Read More

The Brexit Vote and Aftermath – Facts to Keep in Mind

June 29th, 2016 |

Uncertainty surrounds the outcome of the non-binding Brexit vote. This piece lists the uncertainties and draws limited conclusions based on what we know to date.Read More

The Outrageous Income Differentials Allowed In the US – Time for a Change

June 16th, 2016 |

In the US corporate world, “managers” get paid too much. People running hedge funds/private equity firms get paid much more. Something should be done. See my proposal.Read More