Linus Wilson is a tenured associate professor of finance at the University of Louisiana. He earned a D.Phil. in financial economics from Oxford University in 2007. His valuations and analysis have appeared in hundreds of news stories in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Marketwatch, TheStreet and the Financial Times, among other top publications. He has been blogging on Seeking Alpha for the past 5 years. In 2013, he began managing the market-timing hedge fund Oxriver Capital.
Recent Articles By The Author
Is the Fed Using a 1937 Monetary Debacle to Keep Rates Low?
The Fed appears to be backing away from raising the benchmark federal funds rate for the first time in six years. And its reason may be suspect.
GOP Senate? It’s Really the Doves and Hawks Who Move Markets
Here's a look at possible Fed voting during the next few years and its impact on interest rates, and thus on stock and bonds.
Don't Expect 0% Rates to Last When Fed Sees the Strong Job Market
Bond traders may believe we will never ever see a rate hike, but all the macro data says the Fed will hike rates early in 2015.
How to Profit From the Impending Bond Crash: The Dot Plot Bubble
The Federal Reserve says it will blow up bonds next year, but the market isn't listening. Former Fed Chairman Bernanke is protecting himself from higher rates. So should investors.
What the Carmen Segarra Tapes Reveal About 'Spineless' Regulators
Secret tapes reveal that the Fed supervisors are Goldman Sachs' lapdogs. The worst part is that this is not an isolated incident.
What Calpers Should Have Known Before Dumping Its Big Hedge Funds
Size matters in hedge fund investing. Mega funds are usually beat by younger and smaller start ups.
The Bond Bubble Will Pop, It's Just a Matter of Time
Why does a stock bull like David Tepper care about the direction of the bond market?
Draghi Drags S&P 500 Over 2000; Potential ECB Easing Boosts Dollar
Move over, Fed. The most important central bank in U.S. markets right now is the ECB.