13D Research

The latest from Kiril Sokoloff and the global 13D Research team — publishers of “What I Learned This Week.”

13D Research

Navigating complexity in a rapidly-changing world. For more from What I Learned This Week, go to: http://www.13d.com/

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The risks grow that the passive and algorithmic transformation of equity markets could lead to a…

The following article was originally published in “What I Learned This Week” on August 15, 2019. To learn more about 13D’s investment…

The growing threat of a corporate bond market meltdown.

“These things don’t happen overnight for companies. They happen overnight only for investors.”

Why ESG (environment, social, and governance) investing is a megatrend no asset manager can ignore.

Sustainability will emerge a key factor for algorithmically-determined market moves.

Where to invest in the next 10 years, 20 years and 30 years?

In our view, the answer unequivocally is emerging markets.

Is the paradigm that has defined investment returns for a decade coming to an end?

The cycle is turning from consolidation to diffusion.

As Baby Boomers downsize, an unprecedented generational unloading of houses looms on the horizon.

Is this one more sign the cycle of wealth accumulation is turning?

The ETF liquidity question: Can the passive universe hold up in the event of a market crisis?

Markets so dominated by ETFs have not been truly tested by a post-QE world.

Has the “Everything Bubble” begun to deflate everything?

What “Red October” tells us about key threats still lurking in equity and bond markets.

Why has the cost of college in the U.S. skyrocketed?

On a personal level, political and macroeconomic level, there are few questions with more significant implications for Americans.

We were recently reminded of an old brain teaser.

The riddle is a reminder that, like it or not, humans are unconscious inegalitarians.


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