Since World War II, the U.S. has known no real competition from any other country. How much longer will that last?
It is the activities of investors that are beginning today which should be highlighted and studied.
As the end of the year approaches, far too many reflect with top 10 lists, headline highlight reels, and even pictorial flashbacks at what was the past 12 months.
The United States of America is at an impasse. For many years, this country has maneuvered quite a path relative to the booming gross domestic product (GDP).
In all our frenzy, we seem to have lost sight of and a hold on reality.
This morning I woke early to make my usual French-press coffee, turn on Beethoven, open every window possible to let in the crisp Michigan air, and watch the sunrise while catching up on the night’s events in international markets.
Investors fail to grasp the root of today’s volatility, incapable of determining a better strategy than the rote, myopic style they learned in years past.
The upcoming and much anticipated Facebook stock offering promises to live up to its hype. Analysts will pontificate, investors will gobble-up as many shares as possible, and the official listing of this Internet giant will mark a significant moment in finance — the most formal acceptance yet of social networking as a mainstay in our markets and economy.