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By Real Estate Research Consultants, Inc.
Orlando Firm, Real Estate Research Consultants, Inc. Retained by City of Grandview, Missouri

By Real Estate Research Consultants, Inc.
City of Mission, Kansas retains Orlando firm, Real Estate Research Consultants, Inc.

By Real Estate Research Consultants, Inc.
Orlando, FL—Real Estate Research Consultants, Inc., A GAI Company (RERC) was retained by the City of Alpharetta, Georgia, as part of a consulting team, to advise the City on the economic and fiscal benefits of a proposed 300-room hotel and conference...

By John Howell & Co Ltd
The directors of JH&Co Ltd announce the sale of their interest in Country Insights Ltd to Roubini Global Economics

By Privilege Research
Privilege research provider of consultancy and market research services

By Business Monitor International
BMI remains far more optimistic on the outlook for the UK economy than many of their counterparts despite the poor Q112 growth figure. Aside from believing the figure is likely to be revised upwards, BMI anticipates a long-term Industrial renaissance

By Michael Lombardi
For about 50 years, the 10-year U.S. Treasury never traded below a yield of two percent. This past Thursday morning, the yield of the world’s most popular government bond hit 1.99% for the first time in more than 50 years.

By Mitchell Clark
A look at the current environment for stocking picking.

By Mitchell Clark
It's surprising that the stock market reacted so strongly to news of weaker gross domestic product (GDP) growth and consumer spending numbers.

By Michael Lombardi
Is the U.S. debt ceiling the least of our real problems. Michael delves into the truth behind the devaluation of the U.S. dollar.

By Mitchell Clark
It would be so wonderful if the sovereign debt crisis in Europe was not at hand. It never pays to live in a fantasy world, but corporate earnings are coming in so good that the market would be a lot higher .

By Michael Lombardi
Throw bad news at this stock market…it doesn’t matter…the assault on Dow Jones 13,000 continues its move ahead.

By George Leong
Europe is a financial mess—with four of its countries in or close to being in severe debt. What does this have to do with the U.S.? George explains.

By Michael Lombardi
Why consumer confidence amongst Americans is nose-diving.An important report just released by Thomson Reuters/University of Michiganknown as a preliminary index of consumer sentiment decreased in July to the lowest level since March 2009.

By George Leong
Why George's best investment advice to you is not to bet against China.

By George Leong
First it was Greece, then Ireland, followed by Portugal. These countries are suffering from severe debt loads (sound familiar?), are unable to pay the interest, and are potentially defaulting. And the trouble in the eurozone is far from over.

By George Leong
The world’s automakers know that, to grow, you need to have a presence in China’s auto sector, whether as a venture with a Chinese company or as a standalone manufacturer of vehicles.

By Michael Lombardi
I’ll try my best not to be sarcastic this morning… But what happened to all theU.S.jobs we were promised were headed our way?

By George Leong
China is continuing to roll along at a nice pace in spite of some slowing. The superlative GDP growth is great, but the problem is the associated inflation that often surfaces as consumers spend more.

By Mitchell Clark
Buy low and sell high or buy high and sell higher? Why some great stocks don’t give you a choice.

By Michael Lombardi
Governments in Europe, including non-euro currency members such as the U.K., have been experiencing rising inflation.

By George Leong
The hurdles we face in our economic recovery and what the Fed says, and plans to do, about them.

By Mitchell Clark
Why it would be ideal then to be a shareholder in large-cap, dividend-paying gold producer over the next several years.

By Michael Lombardi
In January of the year, the Federal Reserve predicted that the U.S. economy would grow between 3.4% and 3.9% in 2011. In April, the Fed said it predicted that the economy would grow less, at between 3.1% and 3.3% this year.

By George Leong
The country of Greece has produced some astounding mathematicians, scientists, philosophers, and other intellectuals in its long history, but managing finances does not appear to be a strong point for this country.

By Mitchell Clark
More proof that, in this market, the best-performing stocks are large-cap, dividend-paying stocks whose businesses have been around for a very long time.

By Mitchell Clark
Mitchell takes a look at the market action and tells you what the key indicator for this market is.

By Michael Lombardi
Michael explains why he thinks a stock market rally is imminent.

By Lee Stein
The Sacred Science Institute introduces a new author, Richard Scott who has written, “A Compendium of Astro-Economic Influences Practically Applied! A 110 Year Analysis Of The Dow Jones Industrial Averages (Volume I Text, Volume II Charts)".

By Mitchell Clark
Mitchell's view on how the stock market downgrade makes next quarter's earnings story that much more attractive, and how the more famous investors, hedge-fund managers, and financial analysts are dealing with investing in the current market.

By George Leong
Stocks are heading lower, the charts look ominous. While many of you may be looking to buy stocks right now, make sure you don't get pulled in by a sucker's rally.

By Michael Lombardi
We know this sounds crazy. But Michael believes the low-interest-rate environment that has prevailed for months is actually killing the economy. Read on to find out how.

By George Leong
The key to growing the economy is creating jobs to drive spending and economic growth. So far, the economic renewal has been decent with some encouraging developments in the critical jobs area.

By Michael Lombardi
Today, we’ll hear and read stories about how the May job numbers are worse than expected, that the U.S. economy is starting to show signs of weakness, and that we’ll never get the economy going.

By George Leong
George takes a look at current consumer confidence and the factors behind it, and explains why it's important to the economy and you, the investor.

By Mitchell Clark
Why Mitchell would be a new buyer of large-cap, dividend paying stocks right now.

By George Leong
Housing is now officially in a double-dip recession. George discusses what's going on with the U.S. real estate market at the moment.

By Mitchell Clark
If the economic data don’t start improving, then even the best-managed companies are going to have a difficult time growing their earnings in future quarters. It’s a fine line the economy is on right now and the future is rather unclear.

By Michael Lombardi
Two news items this morning I want my readers to be aware of as we start June… The New York-based Conference Board’s index of consumer confidence fell “unexpectedly” in May to a six-month low.

By George Leong
Over the last few months, there has been a backlash on small-cap Chinese stocks that has driven the valuation on many of these stocks down to extremely low levels. Find out why George likes these stocks.

By Mitchell Clark
As much as the economic analysis and news dominate the headlines, it’s important to follow what’s really happening at real companies in order to gauge the current state of things.

By George Leong
The reality is that if you are looking for that extra edge for your portfolio, you need to add foreign stocks. While stocks in the U.S. are doing fine so far in 2011, you need to also watch for stocks in the emerging markets.

By George Leong
It’s true the housing market is much improved from a year ago, but there continue to be problems. George gives you an update on the real estate situation.

By George Leong
The situation in Greece looks to be worsening. The country has already borrowed over $130 million to keep its operations going, but so far the situation appears not to have improved sufficiently to the point where the country can move forward.

By McKinsey Development
Economy should gain steam by early third quarter as companies add jobs more aggressively

By George Leong
The critical non-farm payrolls reading for April saw the creation of 244,000 new jobs. This was well above the estimate of 185,000 and the revised 221,000 in March. Great news! But it's not enough. Find out why.

By Wert-Berater, Inc.
Wert-Berater, Inc. is an international leading provider of highest and best use, feasibility, and market study reports in a broad range of industries, including alternative energy, minerals, aquaculture, and rural development, among many others.

By Michael Lombardi, MBA
Yesterday, President Obama said that he would cut $4.0 trillion from annual deficits over the next 12 years. He plans to raise taxes and cut government spending. The stock market hardly budged. The U.S. dollar and U.S. Treasuries hardly moved.

By George Leong, B.Comm.
China continues to face surging inflationary pressures despite higher interest rates and loan tightening. The country’s Consumer Price Index (CPI), excluding food, came in at 4.9% in February, which continues to be way too high.

By Mitchell Clark, B.Comm.
No doubt this is an equity market that wants to go higher. The market is due for a correction; it just experienced a small consolidation; but no matter what the economic analysis, institutional investors are buying.



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