“I tend to think of bitcoin as an experiment,” Robert Shiller said at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
Shiller, sterling professor of economics at Yale University, discusses the current state of the U.S. market, with comment on political risk.
Shiller, sterling professor of economics at Yale University, discusses the psychology and behavior behind market movements.
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NEW YORK, Jan 5- U.S. fund managers are ramping up efforts to tap into the fever surrounding digital assets, and the latest planned bitcoin products could deliver some head-turning and stomach-churning price movements if they come to market. Direxion Asset Management LLC plans to list such products on Intercontinental Exchange Inc's NYSE Arca exchange if U.S....
Bitcoin has "aspects of a bubble" but it's almost impossible to know whether it's gone too far, Yale's Robert Shiller said.
CNBC's Diana Olick speaks to Robert Shiller, Yale University professor, about the effect of tax reform and interest rates on the housing market.
Robert Shiller shares his views on the Republican tax plan.
Robert Shiller, Yale University economics professor and Case-Shiller Index co-founder, discusses investors' confidence in market valuations and the overall sentiment shift.
On the 30th anniversary of the Black Monday crash on Wall Street in 1987, Robert Shiller, Yale University economics professor, discusses whether current market levels could signal another large crash.
Robert Shiller, Yale University economics professor, gives his views on bitcoin.
The Yale professor of economics and Nobel laureate added that "I'm thinking about" investing in Russia "when [the ratio] is this low."
Yale economics professor Robert Shiller explains his theory on why cryptocurrency bitcoin's popularity is a bubble.
Low supply, high demand and increased prices cast a long shadow over the housing market — and it could get worse.
What's driving real estate "is our sense of where we're going and the uncertainty" with the new administration, Robert Shiller said.
Fear of robotics and artificial intelligence is “substantially driving the market,” according to the famed economist.
Investors need to tread carefully right now because market valuations are at "unusual highs," Nobel Prize-winning economist Robert Shiller said.
Robert Shiller, Nobel laureate and Yale University professor, discusses his views on stock valuations at the moment and where the markets may be heading. He says people should be cautious, but don't avoid the market altogether.
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If a multidecade chart of the U.S. 10-year Treasury yield is any indication, a bottom for the 10-year Treasury note yield may be in store.