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March 2017

U.S. and China on Collision Course

north america, asia, big picture, food for thought   By Jim Rickards, The Daily Reckoning China’s capital and currency markets are on […]

50 Cheapest Countries to Live In

Whether you are close to retirement and want to see the world or are young and simply itch to live […]

The Broken Bond Market

By Macromon, Global Macro Monitor, The Fed tightens on Wednesday and bonds rally.  What the heck? GaveKal, Jeff Gundlach,  and […]

A Place in the City and a House by the Beach…Having it All in Panama

By Jessica Ramesch Imagine having easy access to an exciting, cosmopolitan city…and equally easy access to a string of uncrowded, […]

Why You Want To Invest In Trends — Not Asset Managers

The vast majority of individual investors have no idea how to pick stocks. So they often let someone else invest […]

Which Assets Are Most Likely to Survive the Inevitable “System Reset”?

By Charles Hugh Smith, The Daily Reckoning Your skills, knowledge and social capital will emerge unscathed on the other side of the […]

Maintain Your Lifestyle for $1,200 a Month in David, Panama

By Nanette Witmer, International Living, One of the biggest reasons expats move to Panama is the cost of living. I […]

Homeownership Rate in 2016 Was Lowest in 50 Years

63.4% Homeownership Rate in 2016 Was Lowest Since 1966 The erosion of homeownership has been one legacy of the housing […]

EM Equities Outperformed DMs 3/4 Times During Fed Hikes

 From Calamos Investments, Browse our chart archives on calamos.com/ourway for additional downloadable, embeddable emerging markets charts and commentary 0

CML Subdued Over Outlook for UK Home Buying Activity in 2017

The Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) publishes its year-ahead outlook each December. The report for 2017 is among the most […]

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