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The Japanese Banking Crisis of the 1990’s: Are We Facing a Similar Stagnation?

Saturday, 7 March 2009, 3:53 | Economics, Investing, Risk Management | 0 Comment
by Numan

What can we learn from the 1990’s Japanese banking crisis and the long slump in the Japanese stock market? Are we facing a similar scenario? Price levels in stock markets worldwide are increasingly becoming attractive with each day brining yet another slump. The time of the long term investors has come. Still, a relentless doubt […]

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The Role of Information in Stock and Capital Market Efficiency

Sunday, 10 February 2008, 16:08 | Economics, Investing | 0 Comment
by Numan

Market efficiency is a concept describing market behavior. The assumption about market efficiency is a basic assumption in many economic and financial models and is required in order to build fundamentals. At the basis of market efficiency are three assumptions: 1. There is a multitude of sellers and buyers with no one dominant enough to […]

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The Economist: “Sooner or later the world’s hottest market will burn up”

Saturday, 12 January 2008, 5:39 | Economics, Investing | 0 Comment
by Numan

I read this very enlightening and interesting article in The Economist which strengths my resolve to avoid the Chinese stock market for the short run. I believe the Chinese market is a great long term opportunity but it seems to lack maturity required for competitive capital markets. The Economist lists the following as reasons for […]

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