Amid Asian Turmoil, Japan Corporate Profits Shine
Japanese corporates were among the highest dividend payers globally, according to a recent report by Henderson Global Investors.
How Fear, Greed and Ego Create Value
Investors' biases create irregularities in the market, which in turn create value and momentum, says Robert Bridges of Sterling Capital.
China: Currency Regime Change Bodes Well for Longer Term
China has been undertaking a series of moves aimed not only at shoring up its domestic economy but at inviting greater foreign investment.
Investors Leery of Upcoming Iraqi Bond Despite New Credit Rating
This cash-strapped country is desperately in need of funds.
DMS: Index Funds Best to Optimize Long-Term EM Potential
Peter Kohli of DMS Funds believes single-country index funds provide clients with the best investment opportunities in the developing world.
Advisors Must Use a 'Gender Lens' to Better Serve Women Clients
The founder of Wealthrive says advisors must approach women's financial needs in a more nuanced manner if they expect to adequately serve them.
Experts Wary of Swiss Economy Over Central Bank’s Huge Loss, Franc’s Strength
What’s next for Switzerland after Swiss National Bank faltered and the Swiss franc strengthened?
Spain Gains Investors During Greek Drama, but Red Flags Remain
How exactly is Spain, and other European peripheral countries, placed to perform going forward? Here are some key points.
Analysts Are Victims of Behavioral Biases, Too
Like anyone else, analysts behave in a manner inconsistent with the workings of a completely efficient market, says John Riddle of BRC Investment Management.
Global Entrepreneurship Summit Highlights Growing African Business
Here are a few key points for investors looking at Africa.