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Euro Soon to End its Bullish Run

The euro has proven quite strong over the last 18 months, gaining nearly 13% on the U.S. dollar since July 2012. But that trend looks like it will soon reverse

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The Incredible, Shrinking… Powerhouse?

Over the past five years, Germany has done something amazing: It has maintained economic dominance in the face of daunting hurdles that have impeded the growth of surrounding countries. It’s

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Expect to See More Irish Bars

  I used to go to Jazz Fest in New Orleans every year with a group of old friends. We’d all gone to high school in the area, and then

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Say “Nein” to German Shares

Contrarians know well that commonly-held misconceptions can be the source of investment profits. Simply catch an overwhelming majority of investors leaning too far in one direction — and pinpoint the

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The German Paradox: Solid Citizens… Treacherous Demographics

Remember when the Japanese seemed to be so hard-working and thrifty… leading in manufacturing prowess, taking market share from us in older industries and buying a lot of our real

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Where the Best Incomes and Demographic Trends Are in Europe

Where are the best incomes and demographic trends in Europe? In two words: Scandinavian countries. We constantly hear that the Scandinavian countries are the most socialistic in the traditional part

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Puerto Rican Debt Creates an Opportunity

Rodney Johnson | Friday, November 01, 2013 >> I never understood Puerto Rico. The island-state is a U.S. territory, so we provide all security and handle all trade issues for