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Wall Street's 'Short-Termism' Has It on the Wrong Side of the Trade

Fri Sep 28th, 2012

Conor Sen

At a time when society is more long-term oriented than it's been in d

Wall Street's 'Short-Termism' Has It on the Wrong Side of the Trade

Fri Sep 28th, 2012

Conor Sen

Society has become more long-term oriented than it's been in decades. Wall Street must adapt or be left behind.

The NFL Fiasco Is a Sign That Our Virtual Worlds Are Overtaking the Real One

Wed Sep 26th, 2012

Conor Sen

That's the conclusion fans, media pundits, and presumably, owners, ha

The NFL Fiasco Is a Sign That Our Virtual Worlds Are Overtaking the Real One

Wed Sep 26th, 2012

Conor Sen

As the build-out of the virtual world continues, televised sports may join horse-racing and soap operas in the dustbin of the past.

Wall Street's 'Short-Termism' Has It on the Wrong Side of the Trade

Tue Sep 18th, 2012

Conor Sen

Society has become more long-term oriented than it's been in decades. Wall Street must adapt or be left behind.

Eurocrisis Thoughts After a Week in Berlin and Paris

Mon Sep 17th, 2012

Conor Sen

Studying European's complicated cultural history is a better path to understanding the eurocrisis than studying sovereign spreads and financial ties.

The 2009-2012 Recovery Is Over

Tue Aug 21st, 2012

Conor Sen

It's time to abandon any tops-down framework based on trends in the economy and asset prices since 2009.

Facebook Flop Shows Market Favors Structural Dynamics Over Fundamentals

Tue Jul 31st, 2012

Conor Sen

Following a week where Facebook (FB) and Zynga (ZNGA) both disappoint

Facebook Flop Shows Market Favors Structural Dynamics Over Fundamentals

Mon Jul 30th, 2012

Conor Sen

Public markets have no mercy for short-term hiccups in newly-listed companies, especially once insiders begin to sell.

The Social Economy Is the Only Answer to Our Crisis of Trust

Mon Jul 23rd, 2012

Conor Sen

The stock market recovered, but trust in our institutions never did. T
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