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Archive for November, 2014


Economic Effects of Immigration Reform

There is a lot of controversy regarding President Obama’s executive order for immigration reform. The short version is that he bypassed a do nothing congress and put a hold on deportation for nearly 5 million people who came to and remain in the USA illegally. Our concern at this point is not if the parents […]

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Will the Chinese Economic Stimulus Help Chinese Stocks?

Shares on Asian markets rose on a broad front in response to expectations of economic stimulus measures by mainland China. An article in Reuters notes the cuts in interest rates in China and in the EU. Our focus is on Asian stocks, specifically Chinese stocks. Asian share markets were broadly higher on Monday as the […]

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How to Pick Stocks

The financial pages are commonly full of success stories, stocks that have done well. But, how to pick stocks is not to invest in expensive stocks that have already gone up in price but in inexpensive stocks that are likely to do well in the future. We are talking about intrinsic stock value and the […]

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Sell Stocks before the Next Recession

Is it time to sell stocks before the next recession? This might seem to be a strange question considering that the US stock market has had a great year. But, it appears as though simply adding a consumption tax in Japan was enough to send the country into recession. US manufacturing fell back a step […]

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When Are Stocks Too Expensive?

The US stock market has made double digit advances now for three years. This is its best performance since the 1990s before the dot com bubble. With previous rallies and crashes in mind, when are stocks too expensive? This question was posed in a CNN Money article, Are Stocks Too Expensive? They look at P/E […]

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Invest in the Trans-Pacific Trade Partnership

Will progress on the Transpacific Trade Partnership be announced at the APEC (Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation) summit in Beijing this week? The envisioned Trans-Pacific Trade Partnership currently would include the following:  Likely Members Likely members of the Trans-Pacific Trade Partnership are Australia, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, United States […]

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Is a Republican Victory Better for the Stock Market?

The Republicans won big in the midterm elections. They have reclaimed control of both houses of congress after an eight year hiatus. We pose the question, is a Republican victory better for the stock market? There has already been an unexpected yearlong rally in the market. Employment numbers are the best in seven years or […]

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Investment in Panama

As the Panama Canal expansion progresses we revisit offshore investment ideas that we published in 2012.  In that article we noted that: The Panama Canal Expansion will soon funnel much more trade through the old Panama Canal. The country never had a recession after 2008. When things were most bleak elsewhere Panama had a 3.5% […]

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