Why is sharing a good thing? China and India have benefited from trade with more advanced countries like the US. And as they become more advanced, the US will also enjoy the benefits.
Trump believes that China's rise is a zero-sum game. One country must lose in order for another to win. But is this true? Can economic success actually benefit both nations?
In the face of Trump's taxes and threats, China is vowing not to back down. That means that the trade war will get worse before it gets better.
US markets remain healthy, while markets in Asia aren’t. Does this mean that the threat of a trade war will hurt China more than the US? Or is there more to the story?
Everyone's feeling the heat from rising tariffs and higher interest rates. No one expects it to be pretty. It could end up being a long drawn out process that gets worse before it gets better.
The research and development (R&D) in cannabis is astonishing. And we’re now seeing more clinical trials. Companies testing the effects of cannabis on human patients in regulated trials. It’s legitimate medical research.
The massive investment into liquid natural gas (LNG) over the past decade has resulted in the development of a new export industry. It may finally start to pay off over the next few years.
I’m working on the assumption that the US economy will peak in 2018. In fact, the market may well have peaked in January 2018. What evidence do I have for that?
China wants to grow and America wants to continue the living standard they enjoy today. So rather than focus on this trade war, why not look at real opportunities to grow your money?
If you’re caught up wondering/hoping how much you’re going to get from the budget, you’re on the path to putting security over freedom. Because when you want the government to provide for you, it’s pretty much all over.