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Vedran Vuk

Vedran Vuk

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

Biography

Vedran Vuk graduated with a BBA in Economics from Loyola University of New Orleans. Currently, he is pursuing a M.S. in Finance at Johns Hopkins University. He also spent time on a PhD. economics program.

His publications include academic journal articles, book chapter contributions, newspaper columns, and online articles. Prior to Casey Research, he worked in think tanks, government affairs, and corporate governance. Utilizing his experiences with academics, Washington politics, and financial knowledge, Vedran's analysis often seeks to find the mid-point between these different areas.

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    Published 28 February 2013 | viewed 0 times

    With gold dropping nearly 3% on February 20, we at Casey Research had to look closely at the FOMC minutes, which were partially responsible for…

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    Published 16 August 2012 | viewed 0 times

    How far is the Fed from reaching the bottom of its ammunition box? Well, both Mario Draghi and Ben Bernanke said no to yet more…

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    Exchange-traded funds have been all the rage in recent years - they are easy to buy, easy to sell, and often have lower expense ratios…

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    Published 27 March 2012 | viewed 0 times

    In the infamous case of the Goldman Sachs Abacus 2007 AC-1 fund, it doesn't take a whole lot to figure out the wrongdoing. Paulson &…

  • Is a House Ever a Good Investment?

    Published 07 March 2012 | viewed 0 times

    Recently, my parents were considering purchasing some real estate. As the financial professional in the family, they asked me, "What do you think? Will it…

  • Compromise, D.C.-Style

    Published 05 August 2011 | viewed 0 times

    With a last-minute debt deal reached, I'm reminded of two holy words in Washington: "compromise" and "bipartisanship." It's amazing that the political elite have so…

  • The Tax Window of Opportunity

    Published 16 April 2010 | viewed 0 times

    The biggest danger to your wealth isn't a bubble in China or Europe - it's the IRS. Since 1987, top earners have been taxed between…

  • When Soda Was a Nickel and Social Security Wasn't Much More

    Published 06 April 2010 | viewed 1,045 times

    Every generation scolds the next one down the line and blames society's ills on the guy up at bat. Considering past policy decisions, this common…

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    Published 30 March 2010 | viewed 523 times

    The Census aims to be every man's hero. It promises an economic stimulus, a reduction in unemployment, and greater funds for every community. Of course,…

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    Published 26 February 2010 | viewed 950 times

    There is a silver lining to every snowstorm - getting to know your neighbors both good and bad. With forty inches on my block this…

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    Published 23 February 2010 | viewed 1,471 times

    Ben Bernanke has got to be laughing it up after being reappointed to another term as Federal Reserve chairman. What else could we expect from…