“A couple of weeks ago, I visited Mexico City—one of my favorite cities in the world. It’s a remarkable place, not least because of the food, the museums, and the culture, but also because of the incredible economic changes taking place in Mexico right now—both in the capital and all around the country. Every time I visit, I think the same thing: if I were starting my career, especially if I lived in a nation where I couldn’t explore my full potential, I’d try my luck in Mexico. Why? Because Mexico is finally beginning to unlock its true potential as an economic powerhouse.” [BI]

  • 09 Aug 2011 at 12:12 PM

Dick Bové Was Offended By The Bank Of America Sell-Off

Sometimes he doesn’t get you people. It’s like you’re speaking another language or something. Needless to say, you sicken him. Read more »

  • 19 Feb 2010 at 10:43 AM

Dick Bove’s Spring Break Reading List

And now, we present you Dick Bove, book reviewer. In a note yesterday, Dick tells us about a great new read he recommends (“great” mostly because someone, finally, is agreeing with what he’s been saying forever). It’s called This Time is Different: Eight Centuries of Financial Folly and he wants you to pick up a copy today. Yes, it’s “not an easy read,” but fear not people, Dick broke it down for us: “I recommend that readers buy the book and just read chapters 10, 13, and 16 to get at the thrust of this massive effort. In fact, just read pages 270 to 273 to get at the core of this work.” Or you know, just read Dick’s notes. “They reach the same conclusion that I have. A flood of unregulated money that pours into a national economy creates the base for a financial collapse.”

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