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  • Klaus Meitinger & Moritz Eckes

The Minsky moment.

The US scientist Hyman P. Minsky, who died in 1996, became known for his theses on the sudden crisis despite a booming economy. The idea: the longer the economy runs, the more likely it is that banks, companies, consumers and investors will lose their sense of risk. They change their investment strategy and plunge into ever more daring financing. The financial markets are running hot, optimistic statements are making the rounds: "There is no longer any economic cycle. Interest rates will never rise again." The end of the party is then triggered by an incidental event. In view of the high level of debt, even small price losses are forcing the first investors to sell. Banks are now beginning to reclaim their loans. The hunt for returns becomes the hunt for cash. That's the Minsky moment.

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  • Klaus Meitinger & Moritz Eckes

Ten years of private wealth.

Dear Readers,

After the New Economy disaster at the beginning of this millennium, we often talked in family circles about how helpful it would be if there was an information medium that explains intelligent investment strategies in a comprehensible way. That warns us in time if there is a real threat on the markets. And that enables us to learn from the best entrepreneurs. It was about inspiration and orientation. Alone - this medium did not exist. So we decided to do it ourselves.

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  • Klaus Meitinger & Moritz Eckes

On the fag end.

With every weaker growth figure and every negative news from the corporate sector, more and more investors are beginning to think the seemingly unthinkable. Can it really be that the world is facing another recession?

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  • Klaus Meitinger und Moritz Eckes

The justice debate.

Germany is in the middle of a boom. Corporate profits, wages and incomes are on the rise. Nevertheless, negative headlines dominate. Only wealthy people would benefit from the upswing. That was unfair and had to be changed.

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  • Klaus Meeting und Moritz Eckes

The situation is getting worse.

the biggest economic policy experiment of all time is entering the next round. In phase one, more than 700 interest rate cuts and billions of bond purchases have pushed yields in all asset classes and pushed their prices up, but one aspect has been overlooked by investors.

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  • Klaus Meitinger und Moritz Eckes

It comes to an oath.

Germany has a choice. And thanks to Big Data, the parties now know exactly what promises they can make to their target customers. It is disappointing that the most important questions in the long term do not play a major role.

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