Investment revolution

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  • To paraphrase a good friend of mine in the public relations business, “Why this book? Why now?” It’s a fair question to ask when you consider that there are so many investment-related books available, and some of them are quite good, even invaluable. So, yet another book about investing had better have something to contribute to the discussion. I believe this book does for several reasons.

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  • This book is a very hands-on companion to my best-selling first investing book, If It’s Raining in Brazil, Buy Starbucks. In that book, I introduced the revolution- ary concept of “macrowave investing”; and since the publication of that book, I have received countless requests from readers to illustrate, in a very hands-on way, just how to apply macrowave investing concepts to the day-to-day management of their individual portfolios.

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  • You have here a unique academic treatise on money and banking, a book which combines erudition, clarity of expression, economic theory, monetary theory, economic history, and an appropriate dose of conspiracy theory. Anyone who attempts to explain the mystery of banking—a deliberately contrived mystery in many ways—apart from all of these aspects has not done justice to the topic. But, then again, this is an area in which justice has always been regarded as a liability. The moral account of central banking has been overdrawn since 1694: “insufficient funds.” [footnote: P. G.

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  • If countries can specialise in certain goods they can benefit from economies of scale and lower average costs, this is especially true in industries with high fixed costs or that require high levels of investment. The benefits of economies of scale will ultimately lead to lower prices for consumers.

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  • The growth in the production of hardware and software for these sectors has been phenomenal, certainly equaling or exceeding anything in the Industrial Revolution. These industries have located to new sites, either in the suburbs in existing metropolitan areas or in rapidly growing, relatively new cities (Scott, 1993; Castells and Hall, 1994). Almost nowhere have they been significant as employment generators for older, inner cities. As growth generators, they are, at best, indirect.

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  • Like any revolution, the digital transformation of healthcare began almost imperceptibly many years ago. I witnessed one of its earliest events without having any special awareness of what was to come. The 400-bed hospital where I worked as a photographer installed its first computer in the late 1960s, and I was asked to take pictures for the press release announcing the hospital’s entry into the new world of electronic data processing. The computing machine was more noteworthy for its size than for its function.

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  • The stocks of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere (including carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxides and a number of gases that arise from industrial processes) are rising, as a result of human activity. The sources are summarised in Figure 1 below. The current level or stock of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere is equivalent to around 430 parts per million (ppm) CO2 1 , compared with only 280ppm before the Industrial Revolution. These concentrations have already caused the world to warm by more than half a degree Celsius and will lead to at least a further half...

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  • To assess the explanatory power of a trust-based explanation, we start by modeling the impact of trust on portfolio decisions. Not only does the model provide testable implications, but it also gives us a sense of the economic im- portance of this phenomenon. In the absence of any cost of participation, a low level of trust can explain why a large fraction of individuals do not invest in the stock market. In addition, the model shows that lack of trust amplifies the effect of costly participation.

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  • My name is Peter Navarro, I’m a business professor at the University of California—Irvine, and I’d like to welcome you to the world of the savvy macrowave investor. This book is a very hands-on companion to my best-selling first investing book, If It’s Raining in Brazil, Buy Starbucks. In that book, I introduced the revolution- ary concept of “macrowave investing”; and since the publication of that book, I have received countless requests from readers to illustrate, in a very hands-on way, just how...

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  • Today's international trade is radically more complex. The revolution in information and communication technologies fostered an internationalisation of supply chains which created a nexus between trade, investment, and services which is at the heart of so much of today's international commerce. Fundamental changes in recent decades have heightened the need for new and viable solutions to the problems of international trade.

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  • The utilisation of renewable energies is not at all new; in the history of mankind renewable energies have for a long time been the primary possibility of generating energy. This only changed with industrial revolution when lignite and hard coal became increasingly more important. Later on, also crude oil gained importance. Offering the advantages of easy transportation and processing also as a raw material, crude oil has become one of the prime energy carriers applied today.

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