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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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The Long Economic Turbulent Summer of 2015

by Jeffrey Hagenmeier on July 30, 2015

The world is now witnessing the limits to government manipulation of the markets and the economy at large. The meltdown in China’s Shanghai Composite Index with a single day loss on Monday of 8.5%, is the second largest in a decade. The Shenzhen lost 7% of it value as well. The fall is a direct […]

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The New Growth Industry of Cybersecurity

by Jeffrey Hagenmeier on July 23, 2015

The war in cybersecurity continues to escalate as more companies and governments fall prey to the onslaught of an invasion of information thieves. It is a worldwide phenomena that is costing companies billions of dollars in lost revenue as hackers make off with intellectual property, as well as personal information of employees and customers. Individual […]


The Bottom Line On Iran

by Jeffrey Hagenmeier on July 21, 2015

The debate has already begun on whether the deal struck between Iran and a number of other world powers including the United States will serve the international community well. There are short term considerations as well as the long term expected results. The discourse is about was this the best deal that could be expected,given […]


The Rise Of The Chinese Markets And Yuan Have Been Halted

by Jeffrey Hagenmeier on July 14, 2015

As China moved from one economic success to another, it looked like the triumph of having the Chinese yuan added as a reserve currency of the world was inevitable. Not only would it underline the rising strength of this economic superpower, but would signify the beginning of the end in the American dominance of international […]

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The Ongoing Crisis In Europe: Will The Euro Survive?

by Jeffrey Hagenmeier on July 9, 2015

In some ways the biggest problem with the European Economic Community (EEC) is the common currency known as the Euro. Although it is a global medium of exchange and presides over the largest economic zone in the world, there have been ongoing difficulties since its adoption in 1999. Only 19 out of 28 members of […]

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Nonsensical Monetary Policy Is Destroying World Currencies

by Jeffrey Hagenmeier on July 7, 2015

On a global scale the central banks of the world, continue nonsensical monetary policies that in the end will destroy all confidence in national currencies. Interest rates have been reduced to below zero in a number of countries and the monetizing of government debt continues apace. Nations continue to spend beyond their means, with no […]


The End Of Commodity Driven Economic Growth In Latin America

by Jeffrey Hagenmeier on July 2, 2015

Economic growth and investment in Latin America has been driven for decades by the exploitation and development of natural resources which allowed the region to become a major source for commodities. The general rise in price for trade goods including food stuffs, energy and minerals was caused by the rapid industrialization of China. This development […]


A Choice For The United States In 2016

by Jeffrey Hagenmeier on June 30, 2015

As the Obama Administration begins to wind down, Americans begin to look to what lies ahead. The United States is at a crossroads. The political vacation in foreign policy is coming to an end, with the violence and chaos creeping ever closer to American shores. Last week alone there were acts of terrorism in France, […]

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Growing Uncertainty Will Stunt Investment On The Borders Of Eastern Europe

by Jeffrey Hagenmeier on June 25, 2015

As the war in the Ukraine continues into a second year and the casualties mount, there is a growing fear among investors and the population at large, that the contagion of civil war will spread further to the west. The nations that border Russia in Eastern Europe, are growing increasingly apprehensive as that nation continues to flex […]

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Invest In Malaysia: A Paragon Of Economic And Political Stability

by Jeffrey Hagenmeier on June 23, 2015

Malaysia, as one of the economic tiger cubs of Southeast Asia has one of the best economic records in the world. The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) grew at an average rate of 6.5% for 48 years from 1957 to 2005. Although this rapid economic expansion has been based on the development of natural resources from the beginning, […]