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Sunday December 17 2017

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The Treasury Bubble: Is It Ready to Burst?

Frighteningly, like the rush into tech stocks, then the rush into real estate, and then the rush into commodities, the rush into U.S. government bonds has created a Treasury bubble. In a cruel twist of economic fate, passage of the aggressive Obama administration stimulus plan could further inflate that bubble - before popping it. The US is an...

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Opinion: Perception is Not Reality

Do you remember the past era (last year) when Wall Street research was the foundation for financial projections and investment decisions? Buy low. Sell high. Hold for retirement. Back then, it was widely accepted in certain financial circles that "Reality doesn't exist. Perception is Reality". Reality may or not exist, it may be just an illusi...

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The Year of the Buck

Those with cash on-hand can capitalize on the first buyer’s market that the Mexico has seen since 2003. Whether an economy is flourishing or failing, certain individuals will discover opportunities to capitalize on the current economic climate. In today’s tight lending market, it seems that all-cash buyers may be those individuals. As mos...

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Brown and the Global Recession

After being in denial for several months, the U.S. finally has officially entered into a recessionary period. Recessions are always announced well after they actually begin, and the U.S. isn’t alone - the Euro Zone and Hong Kong recently announced a recession, along with several other countries. This economic downturn is a global phenomenon and...

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Latin America: A Mixed Bag for Investors

Brazil and Chile are the best-positioned economies in Latin America for 2009 while others like Argentina and Colombia should have investors thinking twice before investing too much. The "right" Latin America will thrive in 2009, fueled by its own growth - with an assist from the continued hot growth from China - while the "wrong" Latin America ...

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LIBOR and the Credit Crisis: Cause and Cure

LIBOR — short for the London Interbank Offered Rate — was until recently a lesser known interest rate to U.S. investors, but it has had a large impact on the current credit crisis in Europe and around the world. Understanding it better may be one of the keys to restoring the world’s financial systems before they collapse. The largest fin...

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A Factura: The Official Tax Deductible Document

A factura is the legal receipt given for goods and services in Mexico that can be used for business expenses or for deductions in Mexico businesses. The receipts you receive from most vendors are not facturas but “Nota De Remission” (a simple receipt). You must generally ask for and or go to a special office, window (caja) or cashier to recei...

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Escaping and Working in Mexico

Of all the questions we get from our readers, currently the most common is: Can I move to Mexico and get a job? The answer to the first part of that question is easy. Yes, you can move to Mexico. The second part of that question is not as easy. We are hearing more and more from younger Americans who want to leave hearth and home behind and do...

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Investing in Global Real Estate

In the age of globalization, the world’s markets are becoming ever more available to foreign investors, and while real estate has traditionally been one of the tougher markets to enter and navigate in foreign countries, it is getting ever easier. Nearly 50 percent of all countries improved their real estate transparency, according to the Jones ...

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Differences Between Notaries in Mexico and the U.S.

There are many important differences between a "Notario Publico" in Mexico and a Notary in the United States. When you are told the Mexican Notario Publico will charge $3,000 dollars to make you the beneficiary of a trust on a Mexican beachfront condo, you certainly know things are different in Mexico. This article will clarify the misconcepti...

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