- Corporate Taxation Gets Nasty
- A Chance for Mike Bloomberg
- Populist Majority Emerges
- Which Countries Can Investors Trust?
- Saudi/Iran Conflict Could Threaten Global Economy
- A Year of Great Political Risk
- The Consequences of Europe’s Nationalism Trend
- A Bonus Play on the U.S. Dollar’s Impending Downside
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- The Dollar Down Report Is Now Available
- Buy These Cheap Foreign Stocks With Your Overvalued Dollars
- 35 Million Americans Vanish Without a Trace?
- What Would Trigger a Doomsday Scenario?
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By Martin Hutchinson - Feb 9, 2016
Corporate tax havens are depleting governments of necessary tax revenue. Luckily, there are solutions that could help.
By Martin Hutchinson - Feb 8, 2016
Former New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg might run as an independent. What are his chances, and how would he would impact the economy?
By Martin Hutchinson - Jan 27, 2016
To see that the landscape of American politics is shifting, all you need to do is glance at the polls.
By Martin Hutchinson - Jan 20, 2016
With the meltdown in China and financial crisis in the United States, which countries do you trust with your investment money?
By Martin Hutchinson - Jan 18, 2016
Middle Eastern conflict could remove a significant source of oil from the market, spelling disaster for the global economy.
By Martin Hutchinson - Dec 30, 2015
2016 will be an interesting year for politics, due in no small part to the U.S. presidential election next fall.