Beyond China—Asian Investment Opportunities in India & Japan
China steals a lot of the limelight in Asia, but there are two other major economies in the region: India and Japan. This interactive webinar will going to take a look at the investment opportunities for these two, very different, but influential Asian markets with portfolio managers James Thom of The India Fund, Inc. (Ticker: IFN) and Kwok Chern-Yeh of The Aberdeen Japan Equity Fund (Ticker: JEQ). Join us and learn more about how exposure to India and Japan can help enhance a diversified investment portfolio.
Q3 2021 Market Perspectives: "A Global Shift"
After beginning the quarter on a relatively upbeat note, familiar themes returned as fears of inflation, ambiguity over the end of the pandemic, and uncertainty about the future of Chinese capitalism raised concerns for investors.
Fed To Taper, Inflation Rising, Retail Shortages Coming
We touch on several bases today as we often do. We begin with the Fed which decided to start reducing its monthly purchases of Treasury bonds and mortgage-backed securities in November. This was not a surprise.
Fed Policy is Driving Homelessness
In a society with a weak social safety net, homelessness is the inevitable result of exuberant real estate prices. Those living on the street are the indirect victims of loose monetary policy and low interest rates that foster high property and rental prices.
World Markets Update: October 18, 2021
Seven out of eight indexes on our world watch list posted gains through October 18, 2021. The top performer is India's BSE SENSEX with a gain of 29.35%, France's CAC 40 is in second is with a gain of 20.21%, and our own S&P 500 is in third with a gain of 19.45%. Coming in last is Hong Kong's Hang Seng with a loss of 6.69%.
What Is Shadow Inflation? It Could Be More Prevalent Than You Realize
We’re all familiar with inflation. But did you know there’s another form of inflation that’s just as corrosive on our purchasing power and yet is nearly impossible to measure? Read on to learn more.
Supply Chain Breakdown: Its Causes and Effects
Supply chains typically aren’t something the average person needs to think about too much. When they’re working, these high-tech, globalized networks of parts suppliers, assemblers, shippers, and distributors allow companies to make and move goods around the world so quickly and cheaply that it’s tempting to take them for granted.