Is the U.S. consumer in trouble?
The American consumer is the engine of U.S. economic growth. Personal consumption expenditure makes up nearly 70 percent of gross domestic product (GDP). That’s> READ MORE
“America First” and China – and what’s next
Last month, the U.S. government released a national security strategy document – the first of the Trump White House – that labelled China, Iran Russia, North> READ MORE
Are these real estate stocks actually a good deal?
Right now, there’s an anomaly in certain real estate stocks in Asia… The anomaly is the share prices of these companies in relation to their underlying net> READ MORE
These are the cheapest markets right now…
When it comes to investing, buying the cheapest markets is almost always better than buying expensive ones. For one thing, cheaper markets have far more upside> READ MORE
This is why the crypto correction is a good thing
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Here’s the proof: How cheap beats expensive
Buying the most expensive stock markets can be a recipe for disaster for your portfolio. Buying the cheapest markets is a far better idea, as I’ll show you. But> READ MORE
This quiet trend could have profound consequences
Cornelius Vanderbilt was one of the most successful capitalists in history, parlaying a US$100 loan from his mother in 1810 at the age of 16, into a fortune> READ MORE
One of my favourite property markets is coming back to life
It's one of the greatest transformations the world has ever seen... In 1965, the small island nation of Singapore was in bad shape. It had few natural resources,> READ MORE