“So what’s this site all about, you ask? In short, it’s about finance. The sort that’s both glamorised and demonised in the media, coveted by eager young minds in selective campuses across the globe, subject to intense competition amongst careerists and discussed over a glass of Chateau Margaux in a private jet en route to Luxembourg. High flying finance.”
QFINANCE is a unique collaboration of more than 300 of the world’s leading practitioners and visionaries in finance and financial management, providing an unparalleled range of cross-referenced resources, which are sure to satisfy the hungriest of minds.
Truthout works to broaden and diversify the political discussion by introducing independent voices and focusing on under-covered issues and unconventional thinking. Harnessing the expanding power of the Internet, we work to spread reliable information, critical thought and progressive ideas.
Simon Ward is Henderson’s chief economist. He has worked as an economist in financial markets for over 20 years and believes that changes in monetary conditions are a key driver of both the economic cycle and movements in financial markets; accordingly, a forecasting approach emphasising monetary analysis has a better chance of success.
Edward is a macro economist, who specializes in growth and productivity theory, demographic processes and their impact on macro performance, and the underlying dynamics of migration flows. Edward is based in Barcelona.
As the global economy changes, the pressure is on for the US to reverse years of economic folly. Dantes Outlook uses research and analysis to solve these complex problems, while crafting a market based financial game plan to aid in sustainable decision making. One region at a time.
The author of this blog believes that financial markets are a living breathing microcosm of many moving parts, and that each part is connected, and influences each other. Energy Burrito is a way of taking all these market ingredients – equities, currencies, bonds, commodities, economic data – and dicing them up to see how they effect what is most relevant to Summit’s core business: energy. The goal of Energy Burrito is to serve you with something appetizing, and also enjoyable; so get stuck in (= ‘indulge yourself’ in Brit lingo) and enjoy.
Hello. I am Peter Pappas. I’m a CPA and Tax Attorney and the founder of the Orlando/Tampa based tax law firm of Pappas & Associates, P.A.
You will find here in the form of direct, original posts or links to other sites, new developments in the area of federal and state taxation, tips and tricks for legally minimizing your tax liabilities, and detailed advice on how to handle IRS and State tax problems.
Since 2005, Kay has been contributing editor and principal tax reporter for Bankrate.com, a preeminent personal finance website.
The Bankrate job, in which she writes copy, edits and helps manage the site’s annual tax guide, is a natural for Kay who, for five-plus years, was in-house tax writer/reporter/editor for Bankrate.
Minimizing your tax liability and maximizing your net worth at the same time by providing you with professional consulting, accounting and tax preparation services with a personal dedication, going beyond my own expertise and
using the resources of my professional network to meet your needs. Translating your passion into a successful business!
Open Markets provides a forum for the discussion of a broad range of topics and trends that pertain to global financial markets. As a leader in the financial services industry, CME Group actively promotes the discussion of innovative ideas that create opportunities, as well as solutions to the challenges that we face. This is an opportunity to hear our views – and those of others.
The Managed Futures Blog is a compilation of thoughts, research, stats, and more from the team at Attain Capital Management (“Attain”). Attain is a specialized asset management firm built upon the belief that an investment portfolio with exposure to alternative investments such as technical based trading systems and managed futures programs can consistently outperform traditional stock, bond, and real estate portfolios.
I worked on Wall Street for twenty five years. This blog is my take on the financial issues of the day. I was an FX trader during the early days of the ‘snake’ and the EMS. Derivatives on currencies were new then. I was part of that. That was with Citi. Later I worked for Drexel and got to understand a bit about balance sheet structure and corporate bonds from Mike Milken.
This blog is a one stop center for information and insight pertaining to pension funds and financial markets. It is intended for a wide audience, including plan sponsors, pension fund managers, board of directors, government supervisors, financial reporters, individual investors and most importantly pension plan beneficiaries who want to understand where their contributions are being invested and how their pension plans are being managed.
Dunn Carney is one of the oldest and most respected law firms in Portland, Oregon, and has been providing exceptional legal services and results in the Western United States since 1930. David Rossmiller is part of Dunn Carney’s insurance coverage and insurance recovery department, as well as a member of the commercial litigation division and the head of the firm’s commercial litigation marketing group.
Stauffer & Nathan provide their clients with excellent quality legal services at a reasonable price. The firm litigates and tries insurance coverage issues, complex personal injury cases, including class actions, first and third party claims, bad faith claims, and products liability claims. Personal, professional service is the key to our success, and we prove it every day by winning our clients’ cases.
Our Insurance and Reinsurance Department is one of the leading insurance practices in the world. Drawing on the expertise of almost 75 lawyers, our group provides a full range of legal services to the global insurance and reinsurance industry. Our lawyers enjoy national and international reputations and the Firm is regularly ranked among the top international insurance and reinsurance firms in industry surveys.
rein4ce’s team of enthusiastic and creative professionals really understand the insurance and reinsurance markets. Using our network of great media contacts, rein4ce can create high-impact public relations campaigns using traditional and social media to build your reputation within the market.
rein4ce works with global insurance and reinsurance companies – and the businesses that serve them. Our friendly team is easy to work with and our can-do attitude helps businesses of all sizes to reach their strategic PR goals.
Knowledge is power. And in today’s turbulent marketplace, having timely and informed insights is fundamental to making successful decisions. GCCapitalIdeas.com is your newest tool for keeping pace with the changing nature of risk so you can stay in the know.
Launched in 1999, Artemis is the longest running website devoted to the alternative risk transfer, catastrophe bond and insurance linked security and weather risk management markets. Artemis also covers longevity risk transfer, weather index microinsurance and any other alternative risk financing and transfer methodologies we think our readers will be interested in. Artemis is independently owned by Steve Evans, an e-business expert with years of experience dedicated to the reinsurance and capital markets and a passion for the more exotic areas of risk transfer, who helped launch the website in 1999.
This blog will try to dissect distressed debt investing, up and down the capital structure. We will look at current distressed debt situations, try to explain the ins and outs of how decisions are made in the distressed debt world, probably rant a few times about positions that are working against me, and hopefully enlighten some readers.
So before you jump on the SharePlanner bandwagon, you probably feel it necessary to know the people whose behind the whole operation right? There are far to many financial websites that never reveal a name or an identity behind their commentary or their stock picks – in fact there is a pesky site out there that says a “robot” runs their website and stock picks – definitely not our cup of tea.
No MBA. No PhD. Not an engineer. I eat, breathe, and sleep markets.
The Value Perspective is the definitive resource on ‘value investing’ in UK equities. Value investing is a proven, long-term approach which focuses on exploiting swings in stockmarket sentiment, targeting companies which are valued at less than their true worth and waiting for a correction. This site aims to share the thoughts, opinions and passions of three experts in this field, along with independent commentators, providing greater insight into this often poorly understood area of UK equity investing.
Although I am an active trader, I have always taken a broad perspective when approaching the markets. I respect the big picture and attempt to place each piece of information within its appropriate context and timeframe. I have found that without this approach, there is very little understanding of ones expectations in the market and an endless potential for risk.
Shaun Richards is a freelance economist who studied originally at the LSE. “My speciality is monetary economics and I use it to analyse current economic trends. I started my career in the City of London in 1985 and bring my trading experience in bond, currency and derivative markets to my analysis of today’s economic events.”
This blog discusses the UK economy, how it relates to the rest of the world, and how it affects us all. Stephanie has been a reporter at the New York Times (2001); a speech writer and senior advisor to the US Treasury Secretary (1997-2001); a Financial Times leader-writer and columnist (1993-7); and an economist at the Institute for Fiscal Studies and London Business School.
Associate Professor of Management Stern School of Business, NYU
An Immigrant’s View Of Australia’s Life, Liberty And Pursuit Of Happiness
Peter Gallagher is a leading Australian consultant on trade and public policy. I can help you with strategies for, and analysis of, international markets, law and regulations, trade agreements, export policies, import restrictions… I also offer reports,conferences and master-classes for government officials and industry associations on international trade research.
Social liberal, economic conservative, feminist, mother of two boys and an Australian republican. I love analysing statistics about stuff, but don’t get to do it as much at work these days. Trying to figure out my own work life balance, so I blog about it often. I work in the financial services industry in Sydney. Antony Green is my favourite political commentator.
News and analysis of the North Korean economy. This site is intended as a resource for business persons, policy makers, academics, journalists and others interested in the North Korean economy (broadly speaking).
“Macromouse” is an active research site anyone can use to find the deepest ideas of global change, now taking place. It includes ideas of major macro-economics, cutting edge philosophical ideas, new mathematical and scientific ideas, published over the last six years. The links and articles are often up-to-date, but more often are serious articles culled from the web and my own materials, of the most important and pertinent ideas to global economic change, from all eras of history. Her sister site “The American Mind” is linked at the top right corner of “Macromouse”.
Commentary on Australian & world events from a social-democratic perspective
The aim of this website is to provide commentary and information about the Irish economy. The opinions expressed on the site are personal to the individual contributors; the website per se does not institutionally endorse any of the opinions expressed on the site, nor do the employers of the contributors. You may contact the site owner at philiprichardlane at me.com.
Welcome to Global Economy Matters. Posts on Global Economy Matters are written by macro economists and policy analysts who have a common interest in global macro and economic policy.
Economic Analysis Of Events In The United Arab Emirates And The Gulf
tutor2u is the leading publisher of e-learning resources for Economics, Business, Politics, Enterprise, Law, Sociology, History, Religious Studies and related subjects. Our materials are used by over 3,500 schools and colleges in the UK and in educational institutions in over 85 other countries.
This blog is for discussing issues in our complex global economy.
The Center for Global Development works to reduce global poverty and inequality through rigorous research and active engagement with the policy community to make the world a more prosperous, just, and safe place for us all. A nimble, independent, nonpartisan, and nonprofit think tank, CGD combines world-class research with policy analysis and innovative communications to turn ideas into action.
Globally regarded as experts in Business Insurance, Hiscox provide cover for Professional Indemnity Insurance, Public Liability Insurance and Employers Liability Insurance
TraderMike.net was originally launched in 2003 by Michael Seneadza. In January of 2011 the site was acquired by Reink Media Group. Reink Media, run by Blain Reinkensmeyer, also owns and operates StockTradingToGo.com andStockBrokers.com.
Quint Tatro is President and Owner of Tatro Capital, LLC, a fee-based investment advisory firm located in Central Kentucky. Tatro Capital manages both individual accounts and a multi-strategy hedge fund. Quint is regarded as one of the ‘street’s’ foremost technicians and has frequently made quest appearances on such shows as CNBC’s Fast Money and Fox Business’ Happy Hour.
This website was founded to provide investors with a totally unbiased professional perspective on Wall Street. We provide research, indicators, and news that the mainstream media leaves largely unnoticed. We have just one agenda at Pragmatic Capitalism: helping investors decipher information in a way that helps them create an investment plan that produces superior market returns. We don’t care for the bull side or the bear side – only the right side.
This is a stock market blog about portfolio management,foreign stocks, exchange traded funds and the occasional musing about my wildland firefighting experiences. The point here is to share process.
Assessing Market Action With Indicators And History
This blog helps explain the changes and opportunities in online finance to investors, advisors and investor relations professionals.
I am the world’s foremost financial shaman and a visionary blogger.
An insider’s look into The World of Wall Street in all its glory, and anything else that strikes our fancy…and be sure to read the new Warren Buffett book, “Secrets in Plain Sight: Business and Investing Secrets of Warren Buffett,” the first updatable Warren Buffett book
Welcome to Investing Caffeine, a blog written by professional money manager Wade W. Slome, CFA, CFP®. Investing Caffeine will wake up your investment brain by tackling the complex issues of investing and financial planning, with the goal of educating and entertaining your mind.
As of April 1, 2010, I have raised a modest amount of external seed capital for my maiden fund, Eyquem Global Value (“Eyquem” is Michel de Montaigne’s last name). The fund pursues a systematic deep value investment strategy with a focus on capital preservation. This means the fund is predominantly invested in special situations like liquidations, turnarounds and activist and private equity targets, but it is not limited to that universe. The fund will invest anywhere I can find overwhelming value at a good price.
As I make new personal finance discoveries, I’ll be sharing them here with you. My biggest discovery has been Warren Buffett’s writings, and I’ll be borrowing heavily from his incredible insight.
I will share my journey with you on my quest for achieving an increasing dividend income stream from stocks with above average dividend growth, which consistently increase their distributions over time.
Objective research and reviews to aid investing decisions
I was born and raised in Murmansk, Russia (the home for Russia’s northern navy fleet, think Tom Clancy’s Red October). I immigrated to the US from Russia in 1991 with all my family – my three brothers, my father, and my stepmother.
Bill Cara invites all students of the market to freely read and discuss capital markets and social equity. Participants must register a user name or nickname, password and valid e-mail address, which will be kept confidential.
Investing, Asset Allocation, Economics & the Search for the Bottom Line
Eric Jackson’s Blog About Longs, Shorts, Hedge Funds, Corporate Governance, And China
Helping Institutions and Ordinary People Invest Better by Focusing on Risk Control
We used to have fun commenting about the bond market, including Treasuries, Mortgages, Municipals, and Corporates. But that was before the dark times. Before deleveraging.
These are my observations and musings about the markets (mostly equities), hedge funds and investments in general.My experience has been a quantitative equity manager in US, Canada, EAFE and Emerging Markets and commentator on hedge funds and their returns patterns.
According to the Webalizer traffic program, the RRBDLaw.com and BrokeAndBroker.com websites and blog have approximately 24,000 visits and 56,000 page views per month. Engage our valuable demographic of Wall Street professionals and serious public investors through multiple placement options including premium display, buttons and links, email and newsletters, RSS feeds, sponsorships, and other creative advertising solutions.
Broke and Broker
At Long or Short Capital LLC, we leverage our superior intellect and extensive investing experience to recommend explicit Long or Shortpositions and related abstract trades, which may or may not be possible with real world financial derivatives. We use science to improve the lives of the rich.
I am David Blair, a.k.a The Crosshairs Trader. I am humbled by, and appreciative of, your interest in my site. I won’t bore you with any trivial niceties about my past or my trading record because none of this really has anything to do with your success, but suffice it to say I am a full time trader and enjoy sharing my experience with others via my blog articles and my educational training. I share these experiences here and over at Traders’ Library, where I am a weekly guest contributor.
Random thoughts on investing, trading, stocks, bonds, ETFs, commodities, inflation, corporate governance, economics, politics, societal ills and whatever else I feel like thinking about. Somehow this blog has been quoted and linked to by the WSJ and the FT at various times: just more reasons to question its contents and do your own work.
EvilSpeculator is dedicated to identifying trends in the financial markets. To that end, we post short term market updates several times a week and engage in pertinent discussions. This is an open forum and everyone is invited to participate. We only ask that you keep it civil – even if you disagree with our outlandish predictions. Evil or not – we don’t enjoy foul language (unless it’s funny).
A puzzle is that which perplexes, but which holds out the promise that with persistence and skill (and perhaps a little luck or serendipity) a solution can be found. Puzzles may be made of numbers or words or wood or any number of animate or inanimate things, or of social or psychological constructs that spring from our human condition.
The Guru Investor was created with the belief that investors give themselves the best chance to profit in the stock market by learning from those who succeeded in the past. Investing greats like Peter Lynch, Warren Buffett, Benjamin Graham, John Neff, Martin Zweig, and others have all shared their wisdom, and as an investor you can benefit greatly from their thoughts and strategies. Powered by the team at Validea and led by John P. Reese, The Guru Investor’s goal is to act as a digest of sorts by continuously bringing you ideas and insights from top money managers, financial columnists, academics, and other leading minds in the investment world.
My name is Ivan Hoff. I began trading in 2003 lured by the boom in the Bulgarian stock market. I had just graduated high school and had no idea what I was doing. Luck was on my side as everything went up, every day. The only thing I disliked about the local market was the lack of transparency and the illiquidity, which caused wild ranges and huge bid/ask spreads.
MEBANE T. FABER, CAIA, CMT, is the portfolio manager at Cambria Investment Management where he manages equity and global tactical asset allocation portfolios. He is a frequent speaker and writer on investment strategies and has been featured in Barron’s, The New York Times, and The New Yorker. Faber is also the co-founder of AlphaClone, an investing research website. He graduated from the University of Virginia with a double major in engineering science and biology.
My name is Sean McLaughlin. I am the Editor at StockTwits and I trade my own account from my home office on the Northside of Chicago, IL. I’ve worked at prop firms, started and ran a small hedge fund, was a member of the Chicago Board of Trade, and have learned – the hard way – to seek simpler ways of trading, investing, and living.
Michael Bigger is an investor and a trader who has been involved with trading technologies for more than twenty years. In 1992, Michael joined Citibank as head trader of U.S. single-stock derivatives, where he managed a $5 billion portfolio of equity derivatives. In 1998, he joined D.E. Shaw & Co., L.P. to trade the U.S. equity derivatives portfolio.
Derek launched Integrative Capital, LLC as a Registered Investment Adviser in 2009. After 17 years as a broker, prop desk manager, and private trader, he felt it was time to apply his passion for risk management into managing client portfolios. He applies a mix of art and science in positioning clients in the direction of change, combining raw market data with a true respect for the behavioral tendencies of investors.
Gregory W. Harmon, CMT, CFA, founded Dragonfly Capital Management, LLC to provide daily technical analysis of securities markets and consulting services to the marketplace. Prior to that he had worked in the Securities markets since 1986. He has held senior positions including Head of Global Trading, Head of Product Development, Head of Strategy and Director of Equity and Portfolio Swaps Trading at Chase Manhattan, State Street Corporation and BNP Paribas.
I started this Web site to help individual investors. I have to admit that I love the stock market. I think I must be an addict. In my opinion, the stock market is one of the greatest inventions in history. The stock market is simply the most consistently successful way to make money over the long term. Even after the financial crisis, stocks have still beaten every asset category over the long haul—bonds, commodities and real estate.
Within this environment, Themis works closely to understand our clients’ needs and trading styles. Our veteran traders help them stay abreast of the latest market changes, develop the most effective trading strategies, and obtain the best possible prices. The Themis team has an unusually high level of expertise. Our three partners have more than 45 years of combined experience on Wall Street. Two of them have more than 14 years each as no-conflict, agency traders. approach is never affected by the conflicts inherent in the traditional broker model.
Leigh Drogen is the founder and CIO of Surfview Capital, a New York based investment management firm. Along with running Surfview Capital, Leigh is the co-founder and CEO ofEstimize, a platform which enables social finance users to share their earnings and economic estimates and discover a more representative consensus. Estimize is First Call for the social media age.
Based in Boston, MA, Joseph Fahmy has over 15 years of trading experience during which he developed his investment strategy. Joe worked in New York City for Quantech Research Group, Inc., as an Institutional Account Representative. During his tenure at Quantech, Joe gained extensive knowledge of the technical analysis of stocks, market forecasting, and risk management.
My name is Corey Rosenbloom, CMT (Chartered Market Technician) trader, educator, analyst, and I am excited to share with you my experiences studying and trading the markets and to hear from you regarding your experiences, challenges, and frustrations, and successes. My goal is to create a community dedicated to reaching out to those who have been burned by the market or are anxious about risking their money to make money in the stock, options, or futures markets. Together, we can share strategies and learn how to overcome crippling fears that keep us from achieving our highest potential.
Steven Place is a professional trader specializing in swing trading equity options. He focuses on structuring trades to exploit quantitative models and technical analysis while minimizing risk through portfolio hedging. He has been consistently profitable in both bullish and bearish environments.
Todd Sullivan is a Massachusetts-based value investor and a General Partner in Rand Strategic Partners. He looks for investments he believes are selling for a discount to their intrinsic value given their current situation and future prospects. He holds them until that value is realized or the fundamentals change in a way that no longer support his thesis.
footnoted was launched in August 2003 (here’s the very first post) to coincide with the publication of the book, Financial Fine Print. Each day, the site takes a closer look at the things that companies try to bury in their routine SEC filings. Some posts are simply quirky little factoids (like the fact that Warren Buffett’s son relies on ConAgra for his health insurance) while others tend to focus on more serious issues, like aggressive accounting, excessive compensation or the type of questionable self dealing that can often be indicative of more serious problems at a company.
My #1 goal for The Kirk Report is to teach and inform the little guy investor and trader by sharing what I’ve learned, what I’m currently learning, and my thoughts and analysis about the markets. For over seven years, I have helped thousands of people to make more informed, intelligent and unemotional decisions about their investments.
Joe was on Wall St, for twenty five years and his career took him to the retail, institutional and capital markets. Joe was also the co-founder of a very successful fund that managed over $500 million in assets. He is currently trades full time and manages some private accounts with a long and short strategy.
In the past 15 years I’ve been professionally involved with many different styles of investing: futures trading, daytrading, value investing, arbitrage, private equity investing, etc. One common thread from every style of investing is the ever-present worry that pervades my consciousness whenever I part with money to make an investment.
Brian Shannon is a full time trader (with 17 years of experience), educator and author of the highly regarded book Technical Analysis Using Multiple Timeframes. Brian is best known for his technical analysis videos which are the #1 most subscribed financial videos on Youtube. Brian is an investor, senior contributor and advisor of stocktwits.com.
Howard Lindzon is co-founder and CEO of StockTwits® – a social network for traders and investors to share real-time ideas and information. StockTwits was recently named “one of the top 10 most innovative companies in web” by FastCompany and one of the “50 best websites” by Time magazine.
The Angry Bear Half a dozen professionals, including a tax law expert, a historian, PhDs in economics, business consultants and financial professionals provide perspectives on the financial world. Despite their expansive coverage of economic issues, their articles are as deep as their coverage is extensive. Topics include world trade, industrial production, U.S. Government programs, and major regulatory issues.
The Tax Policy Blog is the official weblog of the Tax Foundation, a non-partisan, non-profit research organization that has monitored tax policy at the federal, state and local levels since 1937.
Roth & Company emphasizes the use of experienced professionals in its practice. Some business owners find high turnover among their professional service providers disturbing. Roth & Company uses a personnel structure built around experienced professionals to develop long-term professional relationships with its clients.
True Cost is a blog on American policy, economics, and social issues, as examined through the concept of “true cost”. By analyzing the true cost-benefit of any action, we can improve decision-making in our society, and reach better outcomes. Too often it seems that policy decisions are influenced by special interest groups who are able to influence policy to their benefit, while society as a whole loses.
Blogging the new green economy. Scott Edward Anderson is founder of VerdeStrategy and The Green Skeptic. A cleantech investor and entrepreneur, he has held management positions with Ashoka and The Nature Conservancy and is co-founder of the Cleantech Alliance Mid-Atlantic.
An expert in economics. One who studies economic statistical data, extracting higher-level information for proposed ‘sound’ theories. A one-handed economist is said to tweak or nudge a little on every theory lever
Ecology and economics share a common root: the Greek word oikos, meaning “home” or “a place to live”. Oikos is an Australian environmental policy blog focussing on the connections between the environment and the economy. David works as a lawyer in a government environmental agency and is studying a Masters in Environmental Economics, currently writing a thesis on the application of prediction markets to climate change.
A place to find news, research and discussion on economic issues related to the impact of globalisation on the environment
Supporting Rational Evaluation over Preconception by Facilitating Comprehensive Quantification
Thoughts on environmental and urban issues from an economics perspective. I like economics. I am a Professor at UCLA. You should read my 2006 book titled “Green Cities” (Brookings Institution Press). You should also read my 2008 book titled “Heroes and Cowards” (Princeton University Press joint with Dora L. Costa).
Thoughts on environmental and energy economics and policy
This is an independent web site developed by Robert Kaulfuss, Professor of Economics at Middlesex Community College in Bedford, Massachusetts. A major contributor to the site is Bob Searle, an economics and finance major at UMass Lowell. Our goal is to look beyond the perspectives and interests of the mainstream business, political, and media establishment. Our newest contributors are Green Group Boston.
The Baseline Scenario is dedicated to explaining some of the key issues in the global economy and developing concrete policy proposals. Since it was launched in September 2008, this blog has been cited by virtually every major newspaper, Internet site, and blog covering economic and financial issues. It has been cited as one of the best economics blogs multiple times, including twice by The Wall Street Journal.
Gregor Macdonald believes the world has entered another, historic energy transition. He has written for the Financial Times of London, The Oil Drum, and had his work republished in the English edition of Pravda.ru. He has appeared on MSNBC in the United States, BNN in Toronto, and the Keiser Report out of Paris. His writings and views have been cited in the New York Times, The Financial Times, The Los Angeles Times, The San Francisco Chronicle, WIRED, The Toronto Globe and Mail, Foreign Policy, MoneyWeek UK, and the Oil And Gas Journal.
It began when New York journalist and author Stephen J. Dubner went to Chicago to write about award-winning economist Steven D. Levitt for The New York Times Magazine. Dubner had been reluctant to take the assignment (he was in the middle of writing a book about the psychology of money). Levitt was reluctant to be shadowed by a journalist (but his mother loved the Times Magazine, so he gave in).
A Fistful of Euros is a Webzine and Weblog. Its purpose – as well as that of the other afoe-family blogs – is to provide a venue for informed commentary on European politics and culture from a pan-European perspective. We are writing about important developments from NATO to UEFA, from the EU to Eurovision. The “tagged” version of the last sentence might read like this – European politics, economics, culture, and current events, demography, literature, sports.