After a lengthy summer break, students' reasoning skills may be a little rusty. So a logical analysis of some commonplace sayings may be just the thing to exercise those mental muscles.
Recently, news of negative interest rates on government bonds from various countries like Germany, Switzerland, Japan, and New Zealand has caused a buzz in the financial press. Even the possibility that U.S. Treasuries could in the near future have a less than zero yield has been raised. How has this seemingly paradoxical phenomenon come to be?
A brief history of everything that's happened so far:
Recently, news sources revealed that the Ohio State University had filed paperwork with the federal government to trademark the word “the”. Although this bombastic brainchild of the Buckeyes was widely ridiculed online, it is not without precedent. You see, long before there was the Ohio State University, there was the Protactical from Executive Wealth Management
Executive Wealth Management Director and Private Wealth Advisor Adam Kulesza officially welcomed a new member into his family last Thursday. The whole Kulesza clan showed up in court to celebrate the adoption of Elijah Adam Kulesza (he is the little fella in the pictures below).
One staple of financial news is the wistful “If only you had...” article about the tremendous gains an individual could have obtained if they had invested in some famous company at its initial public offering (IPO).