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ICOs – Short Term Bubble, But Perhaps Long Term Innovation

ICOs – Short Term Bubble, But Perhaps Long Term Innovation Summary There is a new craze for the issuance by companies of crypto-currencies in the form of Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs). The result is most likely going to be a bubble in the short term, some large...

Asset Managers Through The Looking Glass

Asset Managers Through The Looking Glass Summary Is there concrete evidence that most asset managers create alpha, or are they just creating beta? Let’s propose a curious experiment based on events in Alice Through The Looking Glass that reverses the whole asset...

What Brexit Signals About the U.S. Economy, Markets and Politics

What Brexit Signals About the U.S. Economy, Markets and Politics first published in The Street | Jun 27, 2016 In reality, no one running for president has the solutions, just as there are few solutions being offered by the established parties in the U.K. The old-style...

The Retirement Car Crash

The Retirement Car Crash first published in Seeking Alpha | Mar. 23, 2017 Summary There’s a retirement “car crash” waiting to happen for not only those of modest incomes, but now for even fairly well paid six-figure executives. It is the consequence of multiple...

Inevitable Automation Of The Fund Management Industry Is Upon Us

Inevitable Automation Of The Fund Management Industry Is Upon Us  first published on Seeking Alpha Jan. 6.17 Why do human fund managers still exist? This might seem like an odd question, but in light of a range of critical factors, some old but many new, there is very...

Technology: Utopia, Dystopia or Both?

Technology: Utopia, Dystopia or Both? first published in The Street | Dec 5, 2016 It seems common knowledge that a growing sense of dystopia is rising every day in the Western world. A large block of seemingly alienated, angry voters are rebelling against the...

Growth of shadow banking spurs warnings of a new credit crisis

Growth of shadow banking spurs warnings of a new credit crisis first aired on | Friday, 14 Oct 2016 http://jeremyjosse.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/Growth-of-shadow-banking-spurs-warnings-of-a-new-credit-crisis.mp4 The substantial growth of shadow banking — the...

At the First Presidential Debate, Historic Economic Confusion

At the First Presidential Debate, Historic Economic Confusion first published in The Street |  Sep 27, 2016 There is a new phenomena rising in our economic ‎group think. Let’s call it “post-industrial economic confusion.” Never has this been so on...

Shadow Banking Provides Hot Opportunities in the Financial Sector

Shadow Banking Provides Hot Opportunities in the Financial Sector  first published in The Street | Jun 21, 2016 What is shadow banking? Well it isn’t that shadowy, for starters. All shadow lending refers to is lending by non-depositary institutions. And if...

Activist Investors Cannot Generate Significant, Long-Term Gains

Activist Investors Cannot Generate Significant, Long-Term Gains first published in The Street | May 18, 2016 Can activist investors deliver the outsized returns that their actions and rhetoric seem to promise? TheStreet recently published an interesting article about...

Key to Value in the Knowledge Economy: New Information Equations

Key to Value in the Knowledge Economy: New Information Equations first published in The Street | Apr 5, 2016 There is an ancient Jewish theological text written during Roman times that makes a curious statement having direct bearing on our modern information economy....

Update on the Oil Crisis: It Is Confusing but Not That Confusing

Update on the Oil Crisis: It Is Confusing but Not That Confusing  first published on The Street | Mar 28, 2016 The twists and turns in this oil crisis are fascinating and show why long-term economic prediction is so hard. Pontification on oil prices is at its high,...

Explaining the Rise of Radicals Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders

Explaining the Rise of Radicals Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders first published on The Street | Feb 10, 2016 Surprised at the results of the New Hampshire primaries? Radicals Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders handily defeated all comers in the Republican and Democratic...

Will the Stock Market Diverge From the Underlying Economy in 2016?

Will the Stock Market Diverge From the Underlying Economy in 2016? published first in The Street | Jan 26, 2016 Many are contemplating what will happen to financial markets and the economy in what appears to be a challenging 2016. The fog has still not cleared, but...

What’s Going on in This Crazy Market? Nobody Knows

What’s Going on in This Crazy Market? Nobody Knows first published in The Street | Nov 2, 2015 The market went into what seemed like a material tailspin in mid August, a fall of over 10% in the S&P 500 in less than 10 days, starting on Aug 17. Pundits and...

AUTHOR INTERVIEWS Jeremy Josse

AUTHOR INTERVIEWS Jeremy Josse first aired on Eat the Bankers.com | May 15, 2015 Audio interview by Sinclair Noe with Jeremy Josse, author of “Dinosaur Derivatives and Other Trades”

Do you have to be a psychopath to work in finance?

Do you have to be a psychopath to work in finance? first aired on EUROPEAN CEO | 03 Mar 2015 http://jeremyjosse.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/Do-you-have-to-be-a-psychopath-to-work-in-finance-European-CEO-Videos.mp4 European CEO speaks to Jeremy Josse, author of...

Will CSR take you to heaven?

Will CSR take you to heaven? first aired on World Finance: The Voice of the Market | March 3, 2015 http://jeremyjosse.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/Will-CSR-take-you-to-heaven-World-Finance-Videos.mp4 Risk analysts have traditionally used historic trends and data to...

The Philosophy of Finance

The Philosophy of Finance first published in Chicago Tonight | January 15, 2015 Jeremy Josse has worked in the financial services sector for more than 20 years and has always looked to explore the philosophical paradoxes within the industry. At first glance, many...

MI interview with Michael Cohen about markets and regulation

MI interview with Michael Cohen about markets and regulation first aired on the Michael Cohen Show WILS AM | Jan 7, 2015 Dinosaur Derivatives and Other Trades is an entertaining and compelling tour de force highlighting the paradoxes inherent to the modern financial...

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