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 […]

Are we turning Japanese?

After the Great Crisis and Recession of 2008 there were a lot of economic and market commentators arguing that the […]

The Most Educated Countries in the World

Between 2010 and 2011, the percentage of adults with a college degree in the United States remained unchanged at 42%. […]

Country of Origin Effect and Participation of the National Governments

The purpose of this article is to communicate about necessity of the national governments to contribute to advancement of economic […]

Recognizing the End of the Chinese Economic Miracle

By George Friedman Major shifts underway in the Chinese economy that Stratfor has forecast and discussed for years have now drawn the attention of […]

Croatia Trades Bombs for Cafe Culture as EU Entry Nears

By Jasmina Kuzmanovic – May 14, 2013 Under shellfire on Christmas Eve 1991, 13-year-old Maja Biloglav fled Zadar by boat […]

Vanguard: Fundamentals Useless for Predicting Stock Returns

Fundamentals — corporate earnings, profit margins and gross domestic productFundamentals (GDP) growth — are supposed to be the ultimate guide […]

Canada Losing Debt Halo as Property Peaks Under Carney

Herbert Crockett called Cairo, Geneva and New Delhi home in his four decades as a human resources executive with the […]

How Big Should Government Be?

There are a couple of fundamental questions at the bottom of Washington’s ongoing battles over deficits and debt: (1) How […]

Emerging Market Plays: Indonesia’s Domestic-Driven Economy

by Ari Charney In contrast to its export-driven peers, Indonesia is one of the rare emerging market nations to boast […]