Bubble, Bubble, Toil and Trouble

July, 11  2019 // Bradford Cornell

In April of 2018, Rob Arnott, Shane Sheppard and I published an article entitled, Yes, It’s a Bubble, So What?.  Given the turbulence of the intervening fifteen months, and to hold our feet to the fire, we felt a follow-up was in order (Bubble, Bubble, Toil and Trouble).


Economic Growth in an Era of Climate Change

The way economic growth is reported in the media can be misleading. The number that gets all the attention, is real GDP growth. But what determines the standard of living…

Understanding Stock Price Movements : Tesla and Stephen Ross

The late Stephen Ross, one of the titans of academic financial economics, observed that finance had a problem with regard to the stock market.  The problem is not the inability...

Electric Cars and TSLA Earnings

Two facts regarding a transition to renewable energy are indisputable.  First, unlike fossil fuels renewables can rarely be used directly.  You can’t power your car from the sun or cook…

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Is the Market Obscenely Overvalued?

March 20, 2019 // Shaun Cornell

In his recent letter to investors, fund manager John Hussman stated, “This is an obscenely overvalued market.”  


Bubble Stocks 2.0

July 17, 2019 // Bradford Cornell

In Bubble, Bubble, Toil and Trouble, Rob Arnott, Shane Sheppard and I offered a real time definition of a bubble.  We stated,