Something Good for the Month

June 2022

interesting links

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Advisor Channel | Visualizing the Three Different Types of Inflation

While the price of everyday goods, including food and energy, is the most widely cited type of inflation, other forms exist across the broader economic system.

Oaktree Capital | Conversation at Panmure House

An interview between Howard Marks and Patrick Schotanus of Edinburgh Business School on the subject of cognitive economics.

Odd Lots | Odd Lots with Jim Chanos

Jim Chanos on Why Some of the Worst Hit Parts of the Market Still Have More Pain Ahead

Statista | The State of Global Peace

The 2022 edition of the Global Peace Index released by The Institute for Economics and Peace has found that global peacefulness has declined for the eleventh time in the last 14 years.

Visual Capitalist | Interest Rate Hikes vs. Inflation Rate, by Country

Inflation rates are hitting multi-decade highs in some countries. In response, central banks are raising interest rates in an effort to curb spending and tame inflation.

Financial Times | Why We Trust Fraudsters

From Enron to Wirecard, elaborate scams can remain undetected long after the warning signs appear. What are investors missing?

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