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Stephen Gandel

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Past articles by Stephen:

Even Jamie Dimon Should Answer to Someone

JPMorgan’s failure to disclose a six-year ban on expanding branches shows shareholders need more representation. → Read More

Fears Are Overtaking Facts In Market Sell-Off

(Bloomberg Opinion) -- Putting your finger on what’s spooking the market in the past week or so has been difficult. The recent sell-off appeared to be launched by fears of rising interest rates. When rates stopped rising, trade tensions were the new No. 1 concern. → Read More

This Small Bank Could Signal Trouble for the Biggest Ones

Investors are punishing Bank OZK, which could be a canary in the coal mine when it comes to commercial real estate. → Read More

Big Bank Earnings Are Less Than Meets the Eye

Strip out one-time gains and benefits from the tax cut, and profit growth in the third quarter was just 5 percent. → Read More

JPMorgan Chase Defies the Market’s Nervousness

Third-quarter earnings were better than expected, but the trend lines are starting to move in the wrong direction. → Read More

Solomon Kicks Up the Tempo on Goldman’s Remix

Playing down Marcus could cause the bank to skip a few beats. → Read More

Investors Can Chill About Marijuana Stock Highs

The wider market isn’t getting a contact high. → Read More

SEC Shouldn’t Open Up Unicorn Hunting to Mom and Pop Investors

Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Jay Clayton says he’s looking at ways to open up the private market to mom-and-pop investors, allowing them the chance to get in on fast-growing companies like Uber Technologies Inc. and Airbnb Inc. Instead, he should be looking for a quicker way for companies to move from private to public markets, and back. → Read More

SEC Shouldn’t Open Up Unicorn Hunting to Mom and Pop

The private market’s ability to limit hype and investment is a feature, not a bug. → Read More

CLOs Are the New Hedge Funds. Plan Accordingly.

The latest hot investment won’t be foolproof. → Read More

New Tax-Credit Investigation May Trip Up Wells Fargo

Add low-income housing to the list of legal woes.  → Read More

Elon Musk Is Terrible at Being Public, Not Tesla

Shareholders have been forgiving and generous. → Read More

Who Are You Going to Trust, Adjusted Earnings or Your Lying Eyes?

A new study suggests tailoring results is veering into manipulation. → Read More

Guess Who’s Getting Richer From Higher Rates? (Probably Not You)

Large lenders scoop up the biggest benefit of higher interest rates. → Read More

Wall Street Turns Mr. Grumpy Pants on Earnings

Investors are harsher than usual on companies that come up short. → Read More

Is the Facebook Flop a Sign of Market Trouble to Come?

Big tech stocks rule the S&P 500, but they drive much of the economy, too. → Read More

Is the Facebook Flop a Sign of Market Trouble to Come?

It’s not new to say that we see the world through Facebook Inc.’s eyes. That’s increasingly true for the market as well.Last week, a trade truce between the U.S. and the European Union, expectations of a strong number for gross domestic product growth, which only slightly underdelivered, and corporate earnings likely to top 20 percent growth should have pushed stocks steadily higher. → Read More

GDP Isn’t Growing Fast Enough for Markets

Stock and bond investors have been expecting more. → Read More

This Might Be the Worst Time for a Trump Trade War

Tariffs would halt gains for those who have waited the longest. → Read More

This Might Be the Worst Time for a Trump Trade War

Tariffs would halt gains for those who have waited the longest. → Read More