By Devon Shire : (Editors' Note: This article covers a micro-cap stock. Please be aware of the risks associated with these stocks.) A lot of people like to talk about being contrarian investors. Actually practicing a contrarian investing style is much more difficult than talking about it. Ask ...
in a listen-only mode. Later, we will conduct a question-and-answer session. And I will turn the call over to Mr. James Grant , Vice President of Investor Relations. Sir, you may begin. Good morning and welcome to our first quarter fiscal 2014 earnings
joined by significant capital gains. Jim Grant argues that the only thing going for bonds ..... associated with muscle training comes not from Jim Grant , but from Wayne Gretsky, one of the greatest hockey ..... affects a number of investment categories. Jim Grant covered the bond market for us. So let’s explore
"I could see a very quick and violent - and tradable - upward move in rates," says Jim Grant , who is currently short the iShares IG Corporate Bond ETF ( LQD ). Not having an idea of when this might happen, Grant says
There is no yield in high yield ( HYG , JNK ), there is only junk, says Jim Grant , speaking at IU's Inside ETFs conference.The recovery has brought forgetfulness, he says, and we are as uninhibited in lending and borrowing now as we were in 2007. 6 comments!
Yield starved investors are not without hope, says Jim Grant , suggesting ( the 9 min. mark ) two BDCs - Ares Capital ( ARCC ) and Golub Capital ( GBDC ) - both of whom had very good credit
Jim Grant turns bullish on MetLife ( MET ), an outstanding, well-managed franchise currently weighed down by nearly invisible interest
week's QE∞ policy. "There are only a handful of us (4) who have worked as bankers or in the financial markets." As Jim Grant is fond of saying, the U.S. has swapped central banking for central planning, and the gold standard for the PhD standard
Cooking By now it has made the rounds that both Super Mario and Thomas Jordan, chairman of the "Zimbabwe of the Alps" (h/t Jim Grant ) suddenly have found out they are either too busy with urgent work or have prior engagements that keep them from appearing
The SNB (the "Zimbabwe of the Alps" according to Jim Grant , now speaking on Bloomberg ) finds itself with a lot of cash to invest after reserves rose 50% in 4 months to $380B. The surge