Jim Chanos, bad news bear, urges market prudence

By Jennifer Ablan, Reuters, Prominent short-seller Jim Chanos is probably one of the last true “bad news bears” you will [...]

United States: The Problem of Aging Infrastructure on Inland Waterways

Summary The United States continues to face the problem of aging infrastructure on major water-based transport routes. A new waterways bill [...]

Majority of China’s Proposed Coal-Fired Power Plants Located in Water-Stressed Regions

by Tianyi Luo, Betsy Otto and Andrew Maddocks,World Resources Institute, To maintain its economic growth and provide for its massive [...]

Russia’s Trans-Siberian Railway

From Stratfor site,   Rail-based transport between Asia and Europe is considerably cheaper than seaborne transit, and Russia’s infrastructure investments [...]

Frontier Markets: Now’s Your Chance To Bank A Fortune

by Chris Mayer, From Daily Reckoning site, From Tbilisi and Vladivostok to Rio and the gold souks of Dubai, opportunities [...]

James Passin, the American Who Bought Mongolia

By Brett Forrest, From Bloomberg, Photograph by Max Sher for Bloomberg Businessweek The Mongolian Stock Exchange occupies a single room [...]

Oil and Gas 2013 Outlook: Big Winners and Losers Ahead

Looking back on 2012, it is hard to discern the biggest story in the oil and gas sector. The reshuffling [...]

2012 Election Winners and Losers: Coal, Dividends, Health Care, Utilities, Oil and More

Election Day has come and gone. President Obama won a second term. The current electoral vote was by a margin [...]

Oxstones Food For Thought – August 2012 – Core Europe, Emerging Europe – One Door Closes, Another Door Opens!

By Liu-Yue (Louie) Lam, Co-Founder, Chief Investment Strategist, Oxstones Investment Club A long time ago, as an idealistic NYU student [...]

The World’s Most Resource-Rich Countries

From 24/7 Wall St site, By -Michael B. Sauter, Charles B. Stockdale, Paul Ausick 24/7 Wall St. performed a detailed [...]

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