Sep 20, 2011
European leaders have been meeting with Chinese officials, as well as with other BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India and China) leaders. With the eurozone debt crisis dominating the news, French banks being downgraded and the euro currency at a low against the dollar and other...


Sep 13, 2011
The recent World Economic Forum s Global Competitiveness Report, which ranks countries factors as varied as education, health, and labor efficiency, technological readiness and innovation, positioned the United States in fifth place. For the past three years, the United...


Sep 6, 2011
The recent halt in trading of the shares of Sino Forest, the Toronto listed Chinese forestry company that is fighting allegations of fraud, has scared many investors in the world s second largest economy. In addition to this negative event, investors have also been...


Aug 30, 2011
A recent Newsmax article by former House Intelligence Committee Chairman Peter Hoekstra points out the dismal policy of the Obama administration of not taking more aggressive action in Libya. Unlike the assertive action in Afghanistan and Iraq, where the United States had...


Aug 23, 2011
The recent plunge of stock markets around the globe of some 10 percent in August only makes the need of rebalancing investment portfolios pressing. Traditional portfolio theory stresses the need to rebalance once a year after thinking carefully of exposure and basic...


Aug 16, 2011
In recent months, the dollar and the euro have dropped sharply against the Swiss franc. I was recently visiting Switzerland with my family and cut the trip short as we calculated that a Starbucks Venti Latte with hazelnut syrup costs a whopping $10.86 (8 Swiss francs)....


Aug 9, 2011
The recent IPOs (initial public offerings) of social networks have created a surge of interest by individual investors rushing to subscribe and hopefully make a quick profit. But is this the case? If one looks at all the IPOs listed on the NASDAQ and NYSE in 2011, there is...


Aug 2, 2011
Recent reports suggest that U.S. companies are hoarding $1 trillion in cash. What is amazing is that about one-quarter of those funds are held overseas by companies due to tax considerations. At current taxation levels, if a company repatriated its cash hoards held in...

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