By definition, fear and greed mark periods of irrationality. These evil twins of speculation signal a move away from investment and into a world in which rumors, gossip, and irrational behavior rule the landscape. In the current market, a whisper
Fall 2011 Issue
The financial services industry, after stealing the spotlight during the recession, is now making headlines once again. In response to recent regulatory legislation, banks nationwide have made the controversial decision to hand consumers a whole slew of new banking fees,
Ever since the 2008 global food crisis put agriculture back in the spotlight, the international development community seems to have zeroed in on three key themes—smallholder farmers, higher investment in agriculture, and increasing productivity.
Hardly is this approach more evident Continue reading…
There is no denying the growing interconnectedness between the Chinese and American financial markets. Like other global financial centers, upswings and downswings in either the Shanghai Stock Exchange or the New York Stock Exchange have often been preceded by similar
The People’s Republic of China cannot continue to enjoy the same economic prosperity it has enjoyed in the past through its manufacturing-export-driven economy in the next decade. Instead, it must focus its attention on improving domestic consumption of goods and
Walt Sosnowski is an economist at heart.
He’s a hedge fund manager whose fund beat the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index by more than fifty percentage points in 2008, while the rest of the investing world, still reeling from the Continue reading…
In August 2011 FarmPlate.com launched in Hanover, NH with the goal of creating an online sustainable foods community. Founder Kim Werner tells the Dartmouth Business Journal about the challenges and successes of starting a business to connect small town farmers, Continue reading…