Lachlan Hughes

Originally published in 1955, The Great Crash 1929, provides a timeless reminder of the economic consequences of financial speculation, excess leverage, and herding. Many parallels can be drawn between The Great Crash of 1929 and the Global Financial Crisis of 2008. There are moments in this book where you may... Show More

Michael Haddad

Recently we’ve been researching Austrian firetruck manufacturer Rosenbauer International. If you study the associated changes in broker price targets, you’ll find a clear pattern of human psychology that you can exploit over and over again. Show More