The year is 2012 and it is time for you to get some Kenya in your portfolio. Kenya has one of the most rapidly-growing GDPs.
Over the weekend the World Bank sent out a tweet about Kenya’s “tipping point” – by 2020, Kenya will be a full-fledged middle-class country. Since 2001, many gains have been made [...]
Stock markets reopen this year on a Wednesday. Whenever Christmas Eve and Christmas Day fall on Friday and Saturday or Sunday, the usual holidays are already taken up by the weekend. This means that many Federal institutions and businesses will declare an extra two days of holiday right after the weekend.
These extra holidays have occurred in [...]
Tomorrow (Monday) is a holiday of sorts in both Canada and the U.S. In Canada, it’s Thanksgiving, and the TSX will not be open for trading.
In the U.S., it’s Columbus Day (to celebrate the “discovery” of the “New” World by Italian Christopher Columbus). But American stock exchanges (NASDAQ, NYSE) will be open as normal for [...]
Predicting where the stock market will go in February might be a lesson in futility more than futurity, but that doesn’t mean we can’t pay close attention to what the analysts are looking out for – and other key pieces of market news such as earnings, announcements from the Fed, levels of consumer credit card [...]
Have you ever thought about how investing will change over the next century? What will the investment landscape look like in 2110, or even in 2080?
I have to admit, I don’t think I’ve ever thought about this specific question before. But it occurred to me when I heard an analyst from London talking about what [...]