The Big Picture

By John Mauldin, By Neil Howe, I’ve been a bit slow in bringing good friend Neil Howe’s predictions for 2016 […]

Once Forbidden Frontiers

Investing in frontier markets can come with a higher degree of volatility than more established markets, but to my team […]

Africa’s Failure to Industrialize: Bad Luck or Bad Policy?

On Thursday, November 20 the United Nations celebrated the 25th Africa Industrialization Day. But perhaps “celebrate” is not exactly the […]

9 most affordable retirement spots in the world

These cities boast a low cost of living, a foreigner-friendly vibe and plenty of retirement amenities. By Kathleen Peddicord, U.S. […]

Mid-Year Emerging Markets Update: ‘Recovery Phase’

By Mark Mobius, Franklin Templeton, As I’ve often said, investing in emerging markets requires patience, long-term perspective, and selective stock-picking. […]

Raising the bar: Vietnam’s luxury chocolate pioneers

Ho Chi Minh City (AFP) – Deep in the Mekong Delta, two Frenchmen have their heads buried in a sack […]

6 savings accounts that beat stocks

In these countries, a simple bank account can earn you upwards of 10 percent interest — way better than US […]

Is the Pump Primed for Emerging Markets Investors?

By Mark Mobius, Franklin Templeton, The vulnerabilities—or rather, perceived vulnerabilities—of emerging markets ­have been the focus of heightened discussions over […]

Eleven Countries with Soaring Inflation

By Jon C. Ogg, From 247WallSt, While inflation has been relatively tame in the United States and Europe, several large […]

The World’s Most Affordable Places to Retire

Americans who dream of a retirement filled with sandy beaches, temperate weather and colorful local life may have another thing coming. That’s […]

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