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What Does Sam Zell Know That Wall St. Doesn’t?

As part of our ongoing “Cash is a Liability” series (available here), we’ll present a fairly well-known investor and billionaire […]

Places around the world running out of water

With surging populations, the world is coping with the increased demand for water. A rapidly urbanizing population further strains the […]

Five key trends in disruptive technology – No4: Uberisation

From HedgeWeek, Sat here writing this article in one of London’s many coffee shops there are at least half a […]

200 years of US interest rates in one chart

By Amanda Diaz, CNBC, History shows the only place for interest rates to go from here is higher — according […]

The Fed’s Legacy: Asset Bubbles and Lost Confidence

By Jim Rickards For most experts, failure is a learning experience that leads to a search for new methods. That’s […]

Sam Zell Sees Limited Investment Opportunities in the Future

By Diana Bell, nreionline, The search for attractive investment opportunities was the main theme at EisnerAmper’s fourth Private Equity Summit, […]

CASH: The Most Hated Asset Class On The Planet

By Jesse Felder, I regularly like to ask myself, “what the most hated asset class on the planet?” simply because […]

27 charts that will change how you think about the American economy

By Timothy B. Lee, Vox, The US economy is changing — and not always in the ways people expect. Fewer […]

How department of law and enforcement does predicts?

The department of law and enforcement is considered as the most concerning department of any country. This department provides all […]

Post-Sept. 11 Wars Have Cost $4.79 Trillion

On Sept. 14, 2001, President George W. Bush visited the still-smoldering ruins of the World Trade Center and addressed first […]

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