Tag Archives: Demographics

Changes in Geopolitical Perspectives: “A World That Will Fragment”

Geopolitical analyst Peter Zeihan foresees simultaneous political crises that will erode local state authorities, unleashing violence and terrorism. Capital flight, driven by geopolitical concerns, will surely follow. Read More

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Career Management: Adapting for the Future

If you knew with certainty that you would live to be 100, how would that impact how you think about your career? Tracey Wilen says you should plan with that eventuality in mind and offered several important pointers to consider as you go about preparing for it. Read More

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Fixed Income in Emerging Markets: 2016 Bill of Health

Jason Voss, CFA, assesses three factors to understand the current bill of health for emerging market fixed-income investments. Read More

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What Global Demographic Trends Mean for China and the Global Economy

Clint R. Laurent explains how shifting global demographics will affect consumer demand and the labor force over the next 10 years. Read More

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Fixed-Income Investing at the End of Time (or at Least at the End of the Business Cycle)

For bond managers, how artfully and delicately the US Federal Reserve handles the Taper is just one minor concern among many. Still, opportunities abound. Read More

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Clint Laurent Sees Empty Nesters as the Key to Global Growth

By 2032, China will be “the place to go to sell rather than to buy,” according to Global Demographics founder Clint Laurent. Read More

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