Tag: Economics

  The OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development) has empirically argued that those countries where women are attaining an equal voice in legislature are leading the charge in creating a higher quality of life and healthcare reformation. As the strongest economy on the globe, the United States is falling far behind in the war […]

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   If you think that Brexit outcomes will have little effect on small and/or mid-cap projects…consider this. Using Forex to forecast foreign currency behavior can keep managing costs of projects agile.  Coping with the unforeseen or getting to know currency market unknowable(s) in an age where the global paradigm rewards anticipators of currency shifts, is smart. But […]

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The growing phenomenon of global socialism and protectionism influences the paradigm paralysis or the failure to recognize how current models of thinking are dominating investor behavior. This has become an important component of how data models are failing at predicting asset price behavior across the globe. While age-old ideas centered on quantitative modeling, number crunching, […]

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There are few countries unaffected by the surprise win of President Elect Donald J Trump. His campaign spared no one the divisive proclamations meant to frighten, divide to conquer and gain attention. For millions of Progressives and Liberals of every faith and nationality there is a feeling that can only be described as a dis-ease. […]

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An argument for smart financial and economic regulation I offered this piece to Surface Earth on Saturday, July 21, 2012. The solutions then are the solutions now. Most important it is not whether we change our policies and reconstruct our economic protocols…it is how. So far…as we enter the era of President Elect Donald Trump’s […]

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Posted by Barbara Cerda This entry was posted on Sunday, November 27th, 2011 at 12:05 PM for Surface Earth An amazing turn of global events is happening in the Euro Zone that is threatening to infect the world. Germany and her first female Chancellor Angela Merkel, is leading the efforts in economic reform in Europe. […]

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  We are economies of unthinkable times. Global wealth is distributing and realigning itself.  Generations ago, we would think this an unthinkable Europe, an unthinkable United States, an unthinkable global economy. Our financial markets have morphed into macro economies that have become “impossibles”.  Never before has this event been written or told about. It bears […]

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    Is the Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, the “Sin Eater” of what has delivered his country into its current economic crisis? On the other hand, is he a pragmatic left leaning hawk seeking to ease Greece into its monetary and fiscal reformation? In truth, depending on the interested observer he is neither or […]

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  A national poll revealed that 64 percent of Americans understand that an ever expanding government is the biggest threat to the country. Just 26 percent believed that big business is the biggest threat. Yet investment bankers like Kolbert Kravis and Rogers are looking for bargains in Euroland. While deleveraging is the new vogue, American […]

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