This article was written with Paul Andrews and published by Barron’s. At the time of publication he was managing director for research, advocacy, and standards for CFA Institute. It was one of several articles we worked on with CFA Institute regarding market integrity and regulation.
This article was written with Louis Navellier, founder and chief investment officer of asset manager Navellier & Associates. It was part of a series of articles developed under an agreement with Kiplinger negotiated by me to designate Mr. Navellier as a contributor and to deliver original articles for them on a regular basis.
We often hear that the United States is a wealthy nation. But how wealthy, and amid the current turmoil and self-inflicted wounds, can it remain so? Wealth In Ideas To our credit, we believe in discovery and the ability of intellectual property to generate growth in the economy. Right now, U.S. investment in research and
This op-ed was published by Barron’s on March 17, 2021 Critics of minimum wage increases suggest they will raise costs, kill jobs, and put companies out of business. Are they right? To find out, I looked for a company that employs a lot of minimum wage workers to see what impact a $ 15-an-hour wage would
This op-ed was published by Barron’s on March 8, 2023 The finance budget the White House will propose this week may not stand a chance of passing a divided Congress, but it raises a question that’s worth considering. Is raising taxes on the richest among us a good idea? To avoid burying the lead, the answer is yes, taxing