• NOVEMBER 8, 2013

Why people are wrong about Germany?

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Are asset bubbles forming again?

A growing number of pessimists are asking whether the stock market is back into bubble territory. Some are even comparing it to 2007. They say stocks are being inflated by the cheap liquidity pumped in by central banks of developed economies. The disconnect between asset prices and economic fundamentals could result in an eventual crash. Could they be right? Read on to find out... Business Standard

Is falling inflation really bad?

A standard definition of inflation is the rate at which the general level of prices of goods and services is rising, and, subsequently, purchasing power is falling. Consumers generally view rising prices as a bad thing. That is not always true. In fact, deflation, which is falling prices, can be a more serious economic problem than inflation. The Economist

Why people are wrong about Germany?

The US recently accused Germany of taking advantage of its big brother status over the other Eurozone countries. They said that Germany's export surplus is adversely impacting Eurozone partners such as Greece and France. But the US could not be more wrong. Read on to find out why... Bloomberg

How investing in dividend companies reduces risk?

Those who are investing for income have numerous options outside of bonds, and the most traditional - and easiest to understand - choice is high-dividend stocks. Although investing in the stock market involves more risk than investing in bonds, dividend-paying stocks offer modest income and the potential for longer-term capital appreciation. In fact, dividend paying companies help reduce risk and earn higher return. Read on to find out more... Seeking Alpha

Why the US economy is not as strong as people think...

The US economy grew by 2.8% for the third quarter ended September, 2013. That marked the fastest growth in a year and was stronger than economists had anticipated. But the looks of this GDP report can be deceiving. Read on to find out why... CNN Money

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