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I wrote an article on FA Trader that discusses the economy and stock market of India. The article touches on one of the key weaknesses for the country and how to hedge against that weakness. India is a market that I think offers tremendous opportunity over the next 10-20+ years if bought during dips or dollar-cost averaged into over time. You … [Read more...]

Readers can now buy the 2019 Global Opportunities Investment Report: This report looks at 30 international markets, and compares their growth, debt, valuations, stability, and currency strength to give investors insight on where to allocate their money globally. 6 out of 30 countries scored a "strong" rating overall, meaning that they … [Read more...]