Who said you can’t make money in this market? If Avocados can demonstrate incredible growth, then I know there are other opportunities out there, too.
Africa and the Middle East
As the developed Western economies get mired in years of low growth thanks to high debts, ageing populations and deleveraging, emerging markets could prove a fruitful hunting ground for investment opportunities.
But not all markets are created equal. We’ll keep you ahead of the game as hot money flows in and out of these markets and make sure you’re in a position to profit from the best economies the world has to offer.
Brazil has recently seen an economic recuperation. Some investors believe the country has touched the deep end and is now bouncing back.
Brazil is in economic and political crisis. The president has lost popularity because of a corruption scandal and economic reform.
What matters when forecasting the long term performance of a stock market is debt, demography, and price.
Where this is heading is more businesses, tourists, transactions and trips. There are huge gains coming in Cuba. It will add to real estate values on both sides, too.
2030 is the year by which ‘energy disruption guru’ Tony Seba says that conventional energy production and transportation will be defunct.
For the time being, at least, China has abandoned its attempt to rebalance its economy. It’s targeting growth at any cost.
India has announced it aims to attract $25 billion dollars in oil and gas investment with the help of reforms to its licensing and production rules.
After investigating 93 economies, Bloomberg reckon that these five nations will see their economies contract over 2016.
Many emerging market economies borrowed heavily in US dollars. And many rely on commodities to generate revenues in their local currency.
The listing of Dongfang Modern was a special occasion. It’s the first privately-owned Chinese agriculture company to list on the ASX in over 20 years.
For better or worse, emerging markets have become roadkill in the currency wars. Perhaps ‘collateral damage’ is a better term for it.
How long will we be stuck here in no man’s land before markets bottom and rebound? I have done some calculations on the timing of a bottom.
There’s a boom happening right now. But not many people are paying attention. It’s called Chinese travel.
Markets may have bottomed last week, or we could see further falls ahead. All I know is that with both Aussie and US stocks in the formative stages of a downtrend, you need to be cautious.