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April 2013

Mr. Emerging Markets Is Bullish on the US

By Dan Weil, From Money News, Antoine van Agtmael, the investment pro who came up with the term “emerging markets” […]

Home prices rise, seen helping economic recovery

By Jason Lange WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Home prices rose in February at their fastest rate in almost seven years, a […]

Waistline Index Grows as Emerging Markets Eat Fast Food

Even as McDonald’s Corp. (MCD), Yum! Brands Inc (YUM) and Domino’s Pizza Inc. (DPZ) work to placate anti-obesity advocates at […]

The Clear Signs of a Global Inflationary Tsunami Are Already Visible Around the World

Since the Financial Crisis erupted in 2007, the US Federal Reserve has engaged in dozens of interventions/ bailouts to try […]

Singapore Will Replace Switzerland as Wealth Capital

By: Robert Frank, From CNBC, Thanks in part to its generous tax regime, Singapore has been a millionaire haven for […]

High Yield H2O Stocks

How many uses of water are there? Let me count the ways. drinking agricultural irrigation washing as a solvent as […]

Return and Ridicule

By Fred Wilson, Union Square Ventures, From http://www.avc.com/a_vc/2013/04/return-and-ridicule.html I am going down to Princeton today to talk to Ed Zschau’s […]

Bubble or No, This Virtual Currency Is a Lot of Coin in Any Realm

WHEN he was a Yale Law School student, Reuben Grinberg wrote one of the first academic papers about Bitcoin, a […]

Modern Portfolio Theory vs. Behavioral Finance

Modern portfolio theory and behavioral finance represent differing schools of thought that attempt to explain investor behavior. Perhaps the easiest […]

Citigroup Looking More Like A Normal Big Bank These Days

With its first full quarter with new CEO Michael Corbat in charge now in the books, Citigroup (NYSE:C) continues to […]

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