The world is a large place and many more stock markets exist besides the US. Learn how events overseas impact your portfolio and how to invest in these overseas markets.
A Tale of Two Economies
The German economy is rebounding strongly, leaving the US economy in the dust.
Asia's Rising Middle Class
Asian economies, led by a growing middle class, are a great place to invest.
Diversifying With International Investing
You've probably heard lots of advice to invest internationally. What does that mean? International investing is investing in assets sold or issued by a company or country that is not your home country. Why would you do that?
Don't Be Afraid to Invest in Emerging Markets
Investing in Emerging Markets is a Must.
Global Turmoil and the Federal Reserve
The consequences of the Federal Reserve's policies are popping up all over the world. The results are not good for the US.
Google's Failure in China
Nearly six months after the Google-China controvery, here is a look at how Google blew it in China.
Higher Oil Prices Are in Our Future
The US military has issued a warning about future oil supplies.
Invest in Emerging Markets
Most investors continue to miss the golden opportunity to invest in fast growing emerging economies.
Investing Overseas is for Everyone
Every investor should be invested in foreign stocks. Easy ways to invest overseas include index-based stock funds, exchange traded funds, ADRs and picking a portfolio of foreign stocks.
Is China or the US the Better Capitalists?
While the US continues to try and protect Wall Street, China is rapidly preparing for the new economic order.
OPEC Needs Higher Oil Prices
Between food inflation (thanks to the Federal Reserve) and social turmoil, OPEC countries need higher oil prices.
Retail Investors Are Missing the Boat
Retail investors refuse to globalize their portfolios. This will lead to massive under-performance and slimmer retirement funds.
Saudi Arabia Needs High Oil Prices
Due to 'Arab Spring' and other factors, Saudi Arabia needs high oil prices.
Should You Invest in the Future of China?
The Olympics have put the world's spotlight on China. Should you put part of your portfolio into China?
The Middle East and Oil
In the years ahead, the Middle East will export much less oil to the rest of the world.
The New Global Consumers
American consumers are no longer the dominant economic force on the planet. They are being replaced by emerging markets consumers.
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Despite the current bear market, the case for investing overseas is still solid.
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