For months now, I’ve been beating the drum on “the next China” — India. The country has an important economic tailwind pushing it in the right direction.
A problem that often gets overlooked is food waste. But now, with the ever-growing popularity of apps, many have been created to help cut back.
In recent weeks, North Korea demonstrated new weapon capabilities. And right now, there is no way to forecast how this situation is resolved.
Back in mid-July, I recommended investors look at Brazil. And for the second quarter in a row, Brazil posted better-than-expected positive economic growth.
As the market begins to realize how undervalued the mining and metals industry has become, a clear standout investment has emerged.
Food prices are rising. And food producers — decimated by a lack of pricing power — might finally be getting their mojo back.
The U.S. now has more than 550 megawatts of “virtual power plants” hooked up. And the next country ready to join the energy storage parade may surprise you.
We all have a natural tendency to want to invest in our home countries. However, an investor in any number of international indexes has done much better.