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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Chinese Yuan To Be Added As A World Reserve Currency By IMF

by Jeffrey Hagenmeier on December 1, 2015

China is the world’s second largest economy and a leading global investor so the move on November 30th to include the Chinese yuan as a world reserve currency by the IMF (International Monetary Fund)was inevitable. As international demand for the yuan will now increase, the action also continues to undermine the present hegemony of the […]

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An Economic New Beginning In Argentina For Investors

by Jeffrey Hagenmeier on November 24, 2015

Argentinian voters have tired over the confrontational style and protectionist policies of President Cristina Fernandez, that in the end have impoverished the very people that she purports to want to help. As economic conditions worsened in Latin America’s third largest economy, the government began to fabricate and manipulate the numbers to the point that no […]


The Next Financial Crisis: Rising Debt In Emerging Markets

by Jeffrey Hagenmeier on November 19, 2015

Global growth in emerging markets continues to slow down for a number of reasons which include the collapse in demand for commodities and a rising level of debt that is becoming unmanageable. It is the third financial crisis that began with the collapse of the housing market in the United States, followed by the European […]


How Terrorism Will Impact The Economy Of Europe

by Jeffrey Hagenmeier on November 17, 2015

The acts of terrorism in Paris could not come at a worse time for not only France, but the economy of Europe at large. The GDP (Gross Domestic Product) of the European Union (EU) only grew 0.3% in the 3rd quarter, well below what many analysts had expected. Historical low rates of interest and a […]


Germany Leads The Race In Renewable Energy

by Jeffrey Hagenmeier on November 12, 2015

As a result of a unique set of circumstances, Germany the 4th ranking industrial power globally, has taken the lead in the race for renewable energy among the largest developed nations. It is estimated that the country was able to produce 27% of the domestic electrical demand in 2014 through renewables. These would include the […]


An Economic Recovery Is Increasingly Unlikely In Egypt

by Jeffrey Hagenmeier on November 10, 2015

As the evidence mounts that the recently downed airliner filled with Russian travelers is a result of a terrorist attack, a chill is permeating through the economically vital Egyptian tourist industry. This sector of the economy, provides 11% of the GDP (Gross Domestic Product). President Sisi of Egypt desperately needs the revenue from foreign visitors, […]


Turkey Votes For Security and Economic Stability

by Jeffrey Hagenmeier on November 3, 2015

The ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) just won back control of Parliament which had been lost in June of this year. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan had called for the election held on Sunday,when previous attempts to form a coalition government had failed. This summer,was the first time that AKP did not have a majority […]


Turning Of The Political Tide In South America Will Benefit Investors

by Jeffrey Hagenmeier on October 29, 2015

The tide is turning in South America among some of the most important countries on the continent. Elections in Argentina and political turmoil in Brazil, Chile and Venezuela will at last bring change to the benefit of investors. A presidential election in Peru is now just months away. The near collapse of demand for commodities,has […]


War With Iran Is Now All But Inevitable

by Jeffrey Hagenmeier on October 27, 2015

The ink has barely dried on the nuclear treaty with Iran when the country violates United Nations (UN) prohibitions on long range missile testing. The Iranian government denies that the launch made earlier this month violates Security Council Resolution 2231, because the new missile they are using is not designed to carry nuclear weapons. The […]


The American Democratic Party Veers Further To The Left

by Jeffrey Hagenmeier on October 22, 2015

As the presidency of Barack Obama winds down, Americans are faced with the choice of moving the country even further to the left. After spending seven years in transforming the United States economy and society to be more like Western Europe, resistance to this movement has been slowing growing in opposition. Voices of protest are […]