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Magazine articles on active trading strategies, hedge funds, futures, options, and other derivatives.
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U.S. Banker
March 2002
Man Yin Li
Transfer That Risk! With more and more bankruptcies and defaults, many banks can protect themselves with credit derivatives. There are dangers in using them, but if used intelligently, they can be a boon to many banks... mark for My Articles 350 similar articles
February 5, 2002
Damien Cave
Risky business How did Enron break into the elite Wall Street world of credit derivatives? mark for My Articles 521 similar articles
January 2002
Rachel Alembakis
Free Money French Prime Minister Lionel Jospin, a likely presidential candidate in his country's 2002 elections, has thrown his support behind a plan to tax all currency speculation transfers originating in Europe... mark for My Articles 66 similar articles
U.S. Banker
August 2001
John Hackett
Credit Derivatives Hit a Snag After years of booming growth, the market in these hedging tools dropped in the first quarter, but the consensus is that they're too good to keep down. Includes statistics on the biggest bank participants. mark for My Articles 675 similar articles
IDB America
July 2001
Ann Moline
How to navigate in financial storms New book offers a practical approach to financial risk management in emerging markets... mark for My Articles 298 similar articles
April 1, 2001
Lee Pender
Trading Up After 75 years, a fixture of Chicago's markets wants to do more than settle corn bushels futures. Its leaders want to be the premier B2B marketplace backbone... mark for My Articles 173 similar articles
November 12, 2000
Luis Rodrigues
Trading Tips For Moneymakers Rules for overcoming greed to take profits when doing speculative trading. mark for My Articles 25 similar articles
August 9, 2000
Barrie Walsh
Fool's gold The Gold Anti-Trust Action (GATA), a lobbying group in Dallas, believes the gold market is being manipulated. I do, too. How I bought into a sucker's scheme. mark for My Articles 811 similar articles
April 2000
Joey Anuff & Gary Wolf
The Dumbass, The Daytrader, and the New Democracy Anthony Elgindy, the Mad Max of Wall Street, has seen the revolution: thousands upon thousands flooding into the electronically liberated stock market. "The public is there for one reason and one reason only," Anthony says. "They are there to absorb the risk." And guess who will drive you to maximum absorption? mark for My Articles 40 similar articles
Fast Company
April 2000
Joseph Hooper
Hardball Softball When the closing bell sounds at the New York Stock Exchange, hard-charging brokers and clerks trade their wing tips for spikes and head for the playing fields of Jersey City. Welcome to Wall Street softball, where only the ball is soft. mark for My Articles 23 similar articles
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