Posts Tagged ‘financial crisis’

Business is repetitive and pessimistic, especially in these times of crisis. Everyone talks about the crisis, everyone is surrounded by uncertainty, musing upon the good times, the lessons from the past that apparently have been used to some extent. I don’t have the patience anymore to read the same stories on what should be done, […]


An article in the Economist from last week, mentions the interplay between state and big financial institutions, that keeps or strives to keep the global capital markets in a logical rythm. International finance is vastly a fancy way of dealing at subconscious level with crisis. Everyone has nevertheless noticed that the subconscious of international markets […]


“A simple rule dictates my buying: be fearful when others are greedy, and be greedy when others are fearful,” proclaimed Warren Buffet.” (Bear market, FT.com, November 2008) It might make sense to buy for the long term, but at this time the bottom might still not have been reached. “When markets experience dislocations as extreme […]


Indian investors seem to be choosing suicide over a life in shame after having lost a lot of money in the markets crisis. This might seem atrocious. It might be related to the “losing of face” culture.. Lamont, J. (Nov 7, 2008), Sharp rise in Indian investors suicides, FT.com