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  • Bank Credit Analyst: Real Returns Will Stay Around 2% For The Next Decade - Jun 2, 2017
    By Forbes

    Today, I’ll tell you about one of the speakers from John Mauldin’s Strategic Investment Conference and what I learned from him. Slow Growth Ahead That speaker is Martin Barnes who edited the very expensive Bank Credit Analyst for many years…..

  • Central banks risk messy 'market melt-up' - May 26, 2017
    By Financial Times

    Dhaval Joshi at BCA Research says investors appear to mistakenly believe low volatility justifies higher share prices, but that they are missing a bigger point: slumbering volatility is not a signal that the riskiness of owning equities is lower. Instead, as money flows into eurozone equities, Mr Joshi notes that the uptrend in the Stoxx Europe 600 index — a benchmark for eurozone equities — has reached a key technical limit based on a statistical measure across six months.

  • Investors focus on challenge for Macron to guide euro and shares - May 8, 2017
    By Financial Times

    Joshi Dhaval, strategist for BCA Research, said “now the potential 'tail risk' impact of France has been removed, as a driver of the world markets the French legislative election is not going to be that important”.

  • Byron Wien: The Scary Signal of the Bond Market - Apr 28, 2017
    By Barron's

    This increase has roughly tracked the performance of the stock market since 1980. At the same time, according to the Bank Credit Analyst, the real income of the top 1% of the U.S. population has increased 54%, but is flat for the 90th percentile and below.

  • European banks rally on French election relief but set for a tough week ahead - Apr 24, 2017
    By CNBC

    ... "European banks face three long-term headwinds that have impacted their performance over a period of time. These include the Banking Resolution and Recovery Directive, negative interest rates and non-performing loans," Dhaval Joshi, senior vice-president at BCA Research, told CNBC earlier.

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