February 2016

A Bear Market for Most Global Indexes

By Doug Short, Advisor Perspectives, The traditional definitions of a “market correction” and a “bear market” are 10% and 20% […]

Sports Teams Running Out of Fans

By Michael B. Sauter and Sam Stebbins This week, the Rams franchise of the National Football League (NFL) announced it would end more […]

Should You Hire A Lobbying Firm?

Lobbying is commonly practiced by big industrialists who want to influence the business or government so that they could pass […]

Collateral Damage

By Rebecca McReynolds, Chazen Global Insights, How legal systems block access to credit in emerging market countries It’s been well […]

The cheapest countries to live in 2016

THRIFTY LIVING       Want to know where you can get cheap groceries, eat out for less and rent […]


Hong Kong is famous for its status as a financial hub and for the industriousness of its people, but now […]

Chinese medicinal herbs provide niche market for US farmers

DELMAR, N.Y. — Expanding interest in traditional Chinese medicine in the United States is fostering a potentially lucrative new niche […]

David Rubenstein of Carlyle Group; Mensch

By Jeffrey Carter, Last night I had the opportunity to listen to David Rubenstein of Carlyle Group.  I enjoy listening […]

Leasehold or freehold? Commercial property ownership options explained

If you are a business owner thinking about buying your own premises, click here to learn the difference between freehold […]

Is OneMain the Next Non-Prime Lending Winner?

By Jon C. Ogg The world of lending has become quite different since the recession. There are now websites and financial services companies […]