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Food for Thought. Thoughtful debate and insightful observations/ commentary on actions/events in financial markets, investments, societies, and governments around the world that impact our lives. Also Oxstone Team’s Global Investment Commentary and Best Investment Ideas.

Old-world charm in Europe? Cereal cafes serving Lucky Charms

BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — Travelers wandering the streets of European capitals in search of old-world charm might just as likely […]

Crisis Investing: How 14 Different Asset Classes Performed in Times of Distress

By Jeff Desjardins, Visual Capitalist,   History does not repeat itself, but it often rhymes. This could not be truer […]

Ways an online service desk can help your Business

What is an online service desk, anyway? An online service desk, or a help desk, is a web-based software program […]

5 cryptocurrencies you should know about besides bitcoin

After years of being seen as a nerdy collector’s item for programmers and computer geeks, bitcoin has recently gained the attention of mainstream investors, […]

Einhorn: ‘We wonder if the market has adopted an alternative paradigm’

By Julia La Roche, Yahoo Finance, Hedge fund billionaire David Einhorn is struggling to make sense of the stock market. […]

‘Co-borrowing’ to afford a home is gaining popularity. Who’s doing it and why?

Home buyers are increasingly taking on co-borrowers to help gain an edge, defray costs and shoulder the burden in a […]

China Consumes Mind-Boggling Amounts of Raw Materials [Chart]

By Jeff Desjardins, Over the last 20 years, the world economy has relied on the Chinese economic growth engine more […]

How This Family of 9 Can Afford to Travel the World Year-Round

With their fourth child on the way, Greg and Rachel Denning were living the American dream. They had a nice […]

For Struggling Consumers, a Cheaper Way to File for Bankruptcy

By Katy Stech Ferek A nonprofit startup is tackling what consumer advocates say is the biggest barrier that financially struggling […]

This dad used to be a forklift driver—now his blog brings in $17 million a year

At 36, he lives in Los Angeles and runs a digital media company that he expects to make $30 million […]

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