Speed and Efficiency Becoming False Goals in Financial Markets

Jay Owen Articles by Hazel Henderson

Speed and Efficiency Becoming False Goals in Financial Markets Wall Street’s high-frequency trading (HFT) controversies reveal the damage it does to longer-term values essential to all markets. But reform is in the works. Submitted by: Hazel Henderson By Hazel HendersonMisgivings were raised in 2012 by Sal Arnuk and Joe Saluzzi …

Capitalism’s greatest crash now likely within a few years

Jay Owen Resource Efficiency, Earth Systems Science

Embargoed for 00:01 hours, 26 September 2013   Capitalism’s greatest crash now likely within a few years   Energy industry set to follow in footsteps of financial industry   Big Energy is guilty of enculturated risk blindness that, unless action is taken, will lead to an inevitable global crash according to Jeremy …

CROWDFUNDING INVESTING FOR DUMMIES by Sherwood Neiss, Jason W. Best and Zak Cassady-Dorion, John Wiley & Sons, 2013

Jay Owen Books and Reviews, The Power of Yin, Conferences

CROWDFUNDING INVESTING FOR DUMMIES by Sherwood Neiss, Jason W. Best and Zak Cassady-Dorion, John Wiley & Sons, 2013 All you need to know about crowdfunding investing by three of its leading pioneers! Sherwood Neiss, Jason W. Best and Zak Cassady-Dorion, all MBAs from the International Thunderbird Global School of Management, …

Press advisory — Specialist fund manager appointed to prestigious UN role

Jay Owen Green Prosperity, SRI/ESG News

We at Ethical Markets  congratulate   Matthew J. Kiernan ,PhD.  for this  well -deserved   appointment   and  congratulate UNEP-FI for this brilliant choice .     Dr  Kiernan is a member of our Advisory Board  – Hazel Henderson, Editor-in-Chief   PRESS ADVISORY For Immediate Release Specialist Fund Manager Appointed to Prestigious United Nations Role …

The End of Money

Jay Owen Reforming Global Finance, Advisors' Forum

  News from our  Advisory Board member ,Stuart Valentine  – Hazel  Henderson, Editor-in-chief Wednesday, Apr. 10, 2013 The End of Money by Justice Litle, Editor, Strategic Wealth Report The world’s monetary system stands on a precipice… It may not feel like it. But we are fast approaching what I call …

Time to Rethink a Broken Market

kristy Reforming Global Finance

Time to Rethink a Broken Market Posted: 30 Aug 2012 10:15 PM PDT Yves here. Readers are likely to assume that the “broken market” of the headline is US housing related, say the private mortgage securitization market, but the subject is what once was the gold standard of trading markets, …

The £46bn cost of “too-big-to-fail”

Ethical Markets Reforming Global Finance

British banks are getting an effective taxpayer subsidy of £46bn a year because they are extraordinarily large and have a unique status in the economy, according to new research from nef. The market believes that the government will always step in and rescue banks when they are in crisis. After the crash of 2008, some …