Global Investing Blog

Our Global Investing Blog highlights opportunities in markets around the world. We look for opportunities in international stocks, real estate, commodities, and also bonds. The advice and recommendations are provided here are indicative of what we look for in our own investments

The Investing blog looks for the best investments around the world to counteract the continuing devaluation of the US Dollar and constant government intervention around the world. We look at the market from a global perspective and are also providing our expertise to a prominent private equity fund based in Calgary, Canada.

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Invest In The Mineral Wealth Of South Africa

by Jeffrey Hagenmeier on March 24, 2015

Making an investment in the mineral wealth of South Africa while precious metals are low in price globally, is one way to capitalize on the general decline in value for commodities at the present time. The country is a world leader and virtual treasure house of a number of valuable minerals. South Africa has become […]

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The Impact On Investment With The Reelection Of Netanyahu In Israel

by Jeffrey Hagenmeier on March 19, 2015

Elections have consequences and the reelection of Israeli Prime Minster Netanyahu will be no different. This stunning electoral upset will have an impact on investment, that will reach far beyond the borders of Israel. There were various factors that lead to a landslide victory for an unprecedented nonconsecutive 4th term for Netanyahu, who has been […]


What Will A Strong American Dollar Mean To The World Economy

by Jeffrey Hagenmeier on March 17, 2015

The American dollar is now hitting new 12 year highs. This has been the fastest rise in 40 years. The major currencies of the world continue to sink against the United States dollar (USD). As world commodities are priced in dollars, the rapid decent in their cost is creating new misery in developing nations. Many […]


Coming Soon Investments With Zero Returns

by Jeffrey Hagenmeier on March 12, 2015

It is increasingly difficult in this market to find an investment vehicle that will provide a good return. Where can an investor attempt to make money in this present economy? In the current world environment of increasing government regulation and taxes on economic activity, it is becoming ever more challenging to find an avenue to […]


A Return To Sustainable Global Economic Growth Is Unlikely

by Jeffrey Hagenmeier on March 10, 2015

Around the world central banks and governments attempt to bring the return of growth to their domestic economies. Ever lower interest rates and bouts of quantitative easing in various amounts, have become widespread across the globe. As each nation attempts to gain a competitive edge in exports by forcing the value of their national currency […]


Argentina: A Case Study In Economic Mismanagement

by Jeffrey Hagenmeier on March 5, 2015

An investor might wonder why would the 8th largest nation in the world with abundant natural resources and a well educated populace, continues to lurch from one economic crisis to the other. The nation of Argentina has been mismanaged since independence over 200 years ago. In keeping with that tradition, the country defaulted on its […]


The Disaster of American Foreign Policy Under President Barack Obama

by Jeffrey Hagenmeier on March 3, 2015

The foreign policy of the United States of America under President Barack Obama is a disaster and is only going to get worse. It is difficult to point to any real success and the policy of leading from behind has been totally discredited. Around the world the enemies of the United States and its allies […]

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The Coming International Financial Storm And Meltdown

by Jeffrey Hagenmeier on February 26, 2015

There is an international financial storm that is rapidly gaining strength. Where and when it makes landfall, it will topple an already unstable and overextended banking system. The amount of international debt has now surpassed $200 trillion USD (United States Dollar) and is rising fast. Instead of permitting the last global contagion in 2008 and […]


Sweden Enters The Race To The Bottom In Ongoing Currency War

by Jeffrey Hagenmeier on February 24, 2015

Sweden has entered the spreading currency war by cutting interest rates from 0% to -0.1% and launching its own version of quantitative easing (QE). As the central bank of the country the Riksbank was announcing the new monetary initiative, politicians inside the country cheered on the effort to stimulate new growth and investment in Sweden. […]


The End Of An Era In Venezuela

by Jeffrey Hagenmeier on February 19, 2015

The end is near for the Bolivarian Revolution in Venezuela after a disastrous 16 years. The country now faces bankruptcy, after destructive economic policies that have taken a resource rich nation to the edge of ruin. The government is finally running out of financial resources to simply paper over the nonsensical fiscal actions, taken by […]