Women and Investing

The Women and investing section is about how women fare in the investment world. Studies indicate that women are generally better investors than men.

Greek Sex Scene: Starving Greek students trade sex for food

Greek Sex Scene: Financial Crisis Forces Greek Students to Sell Themselves The Greek financial crisis has sent thousands of teenage girls to the streets, not to protest, but to earn a living; however, their hourly earnings are barely enough to buy them a cheese sandwich, according to one researcher. Eastern Europe, a former leader in … Read more

Syrian War Profiteers: 15 Companies that benefit

The Downing of the Russian SU-24  by Turkey was an act of complete idiocy on the part of Erdogan has set the stage up for a new war.  Putin is said to be so mad that he is hell bent on making Turkey pay.  The speed at which Russia moved to cut ties with Turkey … Read more

Chinese Stock Market Short Term Mess But Long Term Buy?

Chinese Stock Market, Short Term Pain But….. In the short term, China is still a mess, and the reason is all but obvious.  Greed and stupidity fuelled the bubble that popped back in July of this year.  Some estimates put the number of individuals opening new accounts without high school diplomas at over 60%. Secondly, … Read more

Psychological Assessment of Share buyback Programs

Psychological Assessment; Share buybacks mostly done for Nefarious reasons The “safe harbour” rule passed in 1982, allowed the corporate world to perpetuate the biggest scam on the unsuspecting American populace.  The Harvard Business Review seems to concur with this assessment Five years after the official end of the Great Recession, corporate profits are high, and … Read more

Sexual Immorality on the rise: Tactical Investors Adult Index

Sexual Immorality On The Rise From 2005 to 2006, the index moved from 201-330, a tiny bump compared to the current reading which is in excess of 9000.  This massive surge suggests that what was considered immoral in the late ’90s to early 2000s, is today seen by the majority as almost normal behaviour.  This … Read more