Executive Compensation Driving Share Buybacks

Executive Compensation Driving Share Buybacks

Editor: Vladimir Bajic | Tactical Investor

Before we get to the main article we would like to present you with a small video and a brief excerpt of  an article that we think makes for a compelling read:

” There is simply too much emphasis placed on trying to time the top or a bottom of a given market. This is the most stupid endeavour ever and a waste of time. Why try to do something that is not even necessary, let alone successful.  The entire premise is wrong and hence, the result will be flawed. The emphasis should be on identifying the trend; once you know the trend the rest is history. Who cares if Gold bottoms tomorrow or not if you know the direction?   Would it really matter if you got in early or slightly late if you identified the long-term trend? The answer should be; no it does not matter at all. ”  Where is Gold headed in 2016; Up, down or sideways?

 

 

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  • Robert Fox

    One way to deal with faulty distribution of wealth would be to tax the excessive “golden parachute” compensation of company executives at 95% rate. But this would be very difficult to achieve. Defining what is excessive would be tricky, but when we consider which party would be totally against such a thing we know it would definitely be the Republicans. They would scream “socialism” until their voices could be heard on the far side of the moon.