It was a shock last year when the Morandi Bridge collapsed. It highlighted a big problem for Italy: the need to invest in aging infrastructure in an indebted nation.
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The truth is there are a number of things happening in the world now to be worried about. But you can’t let it get you too down. What’s easy to forget is the wonderful opportunities…
Show us the politician who wins the White House by promising to cut the voters’ benefits, raise their taxes, and end military boondoggles all over the planet? He doesn’t exist.
Sorry Donald. Angela is not listening. Instead of bowing to pressure, Germany’s Angela Merkel is not blocking Huawei equipment from their 5G rollout.
Still no visible crack in the stock market. But the economy may be breaking down. First, there is growing recognition that the Obama/Trump recovery has been a flop.
Taxes, tariffs, regulations – they’re all ways to transfer wealth and power from the common man to the elite who control the government.
This was our land. We had heard that there were people living up here. But we doubted it. It was too barren, too bleak, and too dry.
I started investing in the NZX at 17. That’s the best time to begin investing. Young people are fearless, and time is on their side.
Proponents typically look to Europe for guidance. They see Denmark, Sweden, and Norway and believe ‘soft socialism’ isn’t so bad.
We never expected the president to go Full Retard on his trade war. Instead, we thought he would settle the issue…as he did the trade war with Canada and Mexico…in some ongoing, negotiated mush.
In Argentina, as in America, there is an elaborate system of social insurance designed to protect the working class.
Amongst my finance colleagues, I was one of the few that thought Brexit was a good idea. The EU has been a dead zone for growth. Last year, the US grew more than twice as…
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I like to invest in businesses with real tangible asset backing. Slow and steady investment in quality assets will win the race in the end. That’s why Walmart has something Amazon can’t catch.