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Research Note: SaaS

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ConAgra: Analysis

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Microsoft: Analysis

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Raymond James: Analysis

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The Economy in 2016

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As a young person, I have a great interest in understanding how the economy performs and what drives movements in the markets. Every year I outline my views on how the economy will pan out the following year.     As per tradition, below is my economic outlook for 2016. 2015 was certainly a lackluster […]

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Boeing: A Slow Growth Value Play

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Boeing (NYSE: N:BA) is a paragon of the prowess of American manufacturing. Ranked 27th on the list of the “World’s Most Admired Companies” with a market capitalization of $95.33 billion, Boeing serves as an example of proper management and solid expansion in a multinational corporation. Founded in 1916, the firm has since expanded and focuses […]

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FEATURED: 2014-2015 Outlook: Why a US stock market correction and European recession might be within proximity (with update)

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  I would like to excuse myself beforehand for the ominous premise of this article (this might ruin your summer). It is important to mention that a few weeks ago I was extremely bullish on markets, especially on equities, but many things changed in the months leading up to June, which have led me to […]

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US & EU: The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership

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  In the Global Economy, trade is one of the main pillars which allows countries to exchange resources and key factors of production to advance their own economic welfare and ensure high rates of development. The European Union and the United States, two of the largest economic superpowers, traded over $700 billion worth of merchandise […]

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Update on Greek Talks

Following the referendum on July 5th where the Greek people overwhelmingly voted against the bailout terms and austerity, special talks were held in both Brussels and in Strasbourg for a Eurosummit with EU leaders and a debate at the European Parliament, respectively. Within both talks, Tsipras appeared to be open and determined to keep Greece in […]

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The Current State of the Greek Economy and of the Eurozone

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  For the past couple of months, Greece has had to deal with austerity measures imposed on it by its creditors. Following the momentous decision by the Greek people to elect the leftward-leaning SYRIZA party which favoured a confrontational stance on the bailout conditions, uncertainty over the future of the country plagued stakeholders on a […]

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