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China’s Desperately Fighting Its Stock Market From Crashing

Feeling panic in the air, stock market officials called on one of their own to turn the tide. They gave him a pocket full of cash and a directive –

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Greece and China: A Climactic End in Sight

This drama needs to end so that global markets can get over it and move on.

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Winners & Losers: Projected Annual Returns Don’t Favor the U.S.!

Several world markets are priced to deliver solid returns over the next eight years, but not the U.S.

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Beyond Greece: The Euro’s Fundamental Flaw

While the euro sorts out its problems, stay long the U.S. dollar!

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Crisis in Japan: What Happens When You Meddle With the Economy

The problem with taxes in most nations is that the people and the governing body must come to an agreement to impose and pay them. Sure, there might be an

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Terror in the Middle East: Scarcity, Poverty and Cultural Change

I always remember the early scene in the infamous film Lawrence of Arabia. Omar Sharif sees at a great distance, someone stealing water from his well. He shoots the person

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Look Out! Is China’s Real Estate Bubble Ready To Burst?

I’ve been warning that the greatest threat to the global economy is the bursting of China’s real estate bubble. It’s the largest and most extreme in the world. Prices for

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Iran’s Western Ideals: But Not For the Reasons You Think

Last week, I wrote about China’s pending mother shortage and what it means for China’s economy in the decades ahead. Along those same lines, today I’m going to turn a

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China’s Baby Bust

Shifting gears from money to love, here’s a little something to think about with Valentine’s Day on Saturday… Chinese couples will be making a lot fewer babies in the years

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China’s Economy Spells Trouble for Luxury Brands

As Harry says, the emerging world’s uber wealthy have driven high-end real estate prices higher. And the emerging world’s aspirational rich have driven the boom in luxury goods — from