It shows you just how far Europe’s economy has come that even its sickest members are starting to revive. Can the good times continue? The data say yes.
A double top is in place in Russia. It looks a lot like the one that formed in 1998, when the crash in Russia caused a worldwide market sell-off.
The prospect of large-scale energy storage promises to disrupt the entire business of electricity distribution as we know it.
We spill a lot of ink in this country about the huge amounts of money that might be spent on improving our infrastructure — but we’re missing the bigger picture.
These days, when I say: “I like Brazil” … I find blank stares pretty much everywhere I go. However, I can understand the trepidation.
As you are aware, we are in the midst of the biggest stock bubble in American history. In all probability, it is the biggest stock bubble in human history.
Europe might seem like a poor place to invest. However, Europe’s economy is speeding up. Certainly, European stocks are already reflecting that reality…
Stocks soared after the U.S. election, but that pace of growth has slowed during 2017. So is the Trump rally over, or is there another run higher?