Behavioural Finance Economics Markets
You may have noticed that the Greek issue has again risen to prominence in recent weeks.
As the Greek government seemingly attempts to honour the memory of John Nash by exploring exactly how game theory may work in practice, commentators have increasingly ‘explained’ price action in relation to Greece.… Read the article
The range of products available to investors has exploded over the last 50 years. Greater accessibility to different asset classes or instruments like commodities has played a part, but the rise of new strategies and vehicles has been the biggest factor.
Strategies differ from asset classes in that they represent… Read the article