Jared Dillian, Bloomberg

Jared Dillian


Myrtle Beach, SC, United States

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Past articles by Jared:

The CME Is Becoming the DraftKings of Exchanges

One of the world’s largest marketplaces for derivatives wants more retail traffic, but at what cost? → Read More

It's a Housing Slump, Not a Crisis

What distinguishes the current slump from the subprime mortgage collapse is that there’s much less leverage in the financial system. → Read More

Free Trading Isn't Free, But We're Still Better Off

A new study estimates that “hidden” execution fees costs retail investors $34 billion a year. It sounds like a lot, but it’s actually very little. → Read More

This Economy Is Proving Too Hard for Economists

The data isn’t fitting Wall Street’s longstanding models very well, but that’s no reason to dismiss the data as outliers. → Read More

The 1% Tax on Stock Buybacks Is Just the Start

Although small now, the levy will surely increase over time until it becomes too costly for companies to repurchase their shares. → Read More

Wall Street Bonuses Are Too Small for Many

The pay divide at big banks has only gotten wider, leaving many disgruntled and prone to mistakes. → Read More

Single-Bond ETFs Solve Some Key Investing Problems

Sure there are risks, but taking a benchmark US Treasury security and putting it into an exchange-traded fund wrapper is a revolutionary idea. → Read More

Latest Meme-Stock War Is Hedge Fund Versus Hedge Fund

The latest spike has all the making of a short squeeze orchestrated by big investors, not a loose legion of lightweight day traders. → Read More

Crypto's Limp BlackRock Response Is a Clear Tell

If not even a vote of confidence from the world’s largest asset manager can spark a rally, then the bear market is far from over. → Read More

Team Soft Landing Is Starting to Pull Ahead

It’s starting to look as if the US economy might avoid a deep and painful recession as the Federal Reserve battles to bring down inflation. → Read More

Uber Embodies the Post-Covid Inflationary Economy

The ride-sharing company is finally enjoying some pricing power, which may be the turning point investors have long waited for. → Read More

Presidents Don’t Move Prices. So Why All the Tweets?

For Biden it’s gasoline; for Trump it was stocks. Taking credit on social media for market swings will always backfire eventually. → Read More

Junior Bankers Deserve Their Bonuses. Really.

Cutting payouts when inflation is already eroding their value will only hurt the morale of those lowest on the ladder. → Read More

The Dollar Bulls Are Looking Increasingly Like a Cult

It’s hard to boil the $6.6 trillion foreign-exchange market down into a simple narrative. But that hasn’t stopped people from trying. → Read More

Single-Stock Levered ETFs Are Financial Mutants

The SEC has approved a product that is sure to increase volatility and benefit few investors. → Read More

Are We in a Recession Now? Just Look at Discount Retailers

The shares of companies that operate so-called dollar stores have soared in one of the rare bright spots for markets. → Read More

Americans Are Talking Themselves Into a Recession

If not even one of the hottest job markets in history can cheer up consumers, then an economic downturn looks inevitable. → Read More

The Redditors Should Know When They Are Conquered

The more meme stock investors lose, the more strident they become. → Read More

California’s $17 Billion Rebate Plan Is Economic Illiteracy

The last thing the US economy needs is more inflation, but the state’s bid to send checks to its citizens will only bolster prices. → Read More

Average Investors Should Try and Time Markets

It doesn’t mean going all in or out but rather tweaking allocations in response to telltale signals. → Read More