While China has been struggling to regain its former luster as the top growth region in the world, we are seeing some dynamic growth in the technology space, namely the Internet and mobile areas, where the country is tops.
While still somewhat early in its infancy as a technology basin, China does offer the single largest market in the world, … Read More
The money printing presses may be dry in the U.S., but they are just being inked up across the Atlantic in the eurozone, where they’re beginning to print easy money in the form of euros. While there are both pros and cons to this move, there is the potential for American investors to profit.
Recall how the Federal Reserve’s three … Read More
Not too long ago, the European Central Bank (ECB), to fight the economic slowdown in the eurozone, lowered its benchmark interest rates. The hope with this move was the same as it was in the U.S., England, Japan, or other countries that are facing economic scrutiny: lowering interest rates will eventually increase lending and eventually bring in economic growth. In … Read More
“What should you do when the house isn’t in order?”
A good friend of mine … Read More
Are the long-term retirement plans of working Americans being held hostage by the Federal Reserve?… Read More
One of the basic rules that investors should follow when it comes to portfolio management … Read More
Your 401(k) is supposed to be a retirement account with a long investing horizon—not a … Read More