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Brenda Jubin

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Brenda Jubin's Opinion & Analysis
A complete archive of Brenda Jubin's articles, including current analysis & opinion.

Everybody, except perhaps the CEOs themselves and their compensation committees, know that CEO pay in the U.S. is out of control. At large firms the CEO-to-worker compensation ratio, 20 to 1 in 1965 ...
Wendy L. Pirie’s Derivatives and its companion Workbook (Wiley, 2017) are part of the CFA [Chartered Financial Analyst] Institute Investment Series, books “geared toward industry ...
Michael W. Covel’s Trend Following first appeared in the spring of 2004 and went on to sell over 100,000 copies, with translations into German, Korean, Japanese, Chinese, Arabic, French, ...
If you’re new to value investing and want a fast-reading primer, Charlie Tian’s Invest Like a Guru: How to Generate Higher Returns at Reduced Risk with Value Investing (Wiley, 2017) is ...
“As we embrace complexity we come to the end of theory.” So writes Richard Bookstaber, author of A Demon of Our Own Design, in his new book, subtitled Financial Crises, the Failure of ...
Traders and investors know how potentially devastating high volatility can be for all but the most nimble. In The Financial Diaries: How American Families Cope in a World of Uncertainty (Princeton ...
The 2017 SBBI Yearbook: Stocks, Bonds, Bills, and Inflation: U.S. Capital Markets Performance by Asset Class 1926-2016 by Roger G. Ibbotson and contributors from Duff & Phelps (Wiley, 2017) is the...
Investors, we know, are inclined to cut their profits short and hold on to their losers. In The Second Leg Down: Strategies for Profiting after a Market Sell-Off (Wiley, 2017) Hari P. Krishnan ...
A couple of years ago I audited a fascinating EdX course offered by Cornell on the history of American capitalism. It’s now archived. Benjamin C. Waterhouse’s book The Land of Enterprise: ...
The Libor scandal, which broke in 2012, confirmed people’s worst suspicions about big banks and a system “in which manipulation was not just possible but inevitable.” In The Fix: How...