Volatility in precious metals as well as other commodities isn’t going to disappear anytime soon, but for gold, the major trend still points upward.
Archive for August, 2011
Markets are dysfunctional because they mirror dysfunctional political systems and political players and dysfunctional monetary policies.
In order for ethical programs to have an impact on customers, they must work and be seen to work.
It has been a wild ride this summer. As we try to put these markets swings into context, I can’t help but think that the “New Normal” has actually arrived.
Statistics on Customer Effort Score (CES) strongly suggest it has the ability to detect loyalty at the operational level.
The Bond market response was not just giving us a sort of “who cares message” but rather “forget about ratings agencies altogether.”
The Graziadio School of Business & Management will host three visiting faculty from the Warsaw School of Economics-SGH in Poland.
Every now and then, the markets leave you speechless. This was one of those weeks. There was hardly any place to hide except for Treasuries and Gold.