• 00:00    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:10    |    
    Introduction by Marshall Stocker
  • Investor in economic freedom
  • 02:34    |    
    • Liberalization is what matters
    • Richer problems requires greater intellectual rigor
  • 06:02    |    
    • Egypt economic freedom
    • Quote, , Marshall Stocker (2013)
  • 07:53    |    
    Chapter 1 - Countries
  • Country selection is the most important choice for investors
  • 10:03    |    
    Chapter 2 - Equities and economic freedom
    • Economic freedom countries and how they perform
    • Results
  • 14:16    |    
    Chapter 3 - Currencies and economic freedom
    • Price of freedom
    • Probably of devaluation
  • 17:47    |    
    Chapter 4 - Crises and economic freedom
  • Relationship between both
  • 21:47    |    
    Question and answer period
    • What other factors are important when investing?
    • Is economic freedom the factor more important?
    • What kind of regression can be used?
    • Can you elaborate more about investor behavior and efficiency of markets?
    • Can you distinguish between economic freedom as a concept and in data?
    • Is ROE the same in all the countries with economic freedom?
    • Where does the effect of corporate governance comes from, discount rates or cash flow?
    • Is important the quality of corporate governance?
    • Is Japan a good place to invest?
    • What is the situation in India?
    • Can you explain more about your empirical approach?
    • Can you define the variables that affect investment?
    • What other index can be used to measure the political context?
    • What to do when you are exposed to a risk factor?
    • Why is negative the correlation in one segment?
    • Is the economic freedom a market anomaly?
    • What is the relationship between the interest rates and the currency level?
    • Why are factories not investable?
  • 01:32:05    |    
    Final credits

Prices of Freedom: Capital Markets and Economic Freedom

New Media  | 19 de enero de 2016  | Vistas: 23

Marshall Stocker shares his experience as an investor that travels around the world to find countries that are increasing in economic freedom and invest in them. This freedom is related to many social economic outputs that improves life quality. He realizes how inestable is economic freedom. in his book "Don't stand under a tree when it rains" he explores why economic freedom declines over time in all countries. During this conference, he briefly explains each chapter of his book. He analyses why economic freedom occurs and the price of freedom in macroeconomic levels and how it affects on inversions on the long end. Legislation on dividents, developed over undeveloped countries, these factors come into play when you are an investor looking for a good place to invest your money.