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Elliott Morss | April 1, 2015

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Xinyuan Real Estate: What to Look for Going Forward

February 22nd, 2015 |

There has been much speculation over how well the Xinyuan Real Estate Company (XIN) is really doing. More will be learned next Friday when the company reports on its 4th quarter of 2014. This article indicates what to look for.

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Argentina in the Post-Kirchner Era: There Is Hope

February 15th, 2015 |

The Kirchner years have not been good for Argentina. But there is hope: President Kirchner’s term is up this October, and she cannot run again. This article describes the economic destruction she has caused and what the new President should do to turn it around.

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Tiger Woods and Investment Gurus Lose Their “Touch” Question: Do They Ever Get It Back?

February 3rd, 2015 |

What do mutual funds, ETFs, and Tiger Woods have in common? The performance of all three are recorded. And over the years, the patterns of leading investment gurus and Woods have several features in common….

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The Eurozone Is Doomed: Why ECB Bond Purchases and the Greek Election Don’t Matter

January 24th, 2015 |

The Eurozone is doomed, with or without ECB debt purchases. Until Euro members face realities, severe economic problems and political unrest will continue.

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The Economic Impact of Lower Oil Prices on Leading Exporting Countries

January 8th, 2015 |

There is a lot of talk about how lower oil prices will benefit consumers. But there is also the question of how leading oil exporters will handle much lower oil revenues. This article examines this question.

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Wine Buyers, Sellers, and Grape Growers: What The Future Holds

December 29th, 2014 |

The global wine market is is growing rapidly as Asian and soon African growing middle classes acquire a “taste” for wine. This article considers this along with a number of other changes in coming years.

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