“I know you got your own town …I know you got your own ways. I know you got your own life … I’m just sayin’ … come on down to my place.” — “In My City” by Priyanka Chopra
A fascinating graph came across my desk recently, one that depicted a circle surrounding about 25 countries between eastern
The circle actually encapsulated a very small portion of the world’s physical geographic area. And much of the region circled was water.
The caption below the graph, though, was staggering. It stated that inside this small circle live more than half of the world’s seven billion people. In other words, more people live inside the circle than outside it.
Companies that produce, market and sell products globally must consider distribution centers not only in
Companies that sell to emerging market nations which are friendly to the West and to Western culture enjoy another competitive, economic advantage.
When purchasing securities, American investors should consider their time horizon, their long range financial goals and their risk tolerance, among other things. But they should also consider whether the companies they invest in are participants in the global marketplace. American manufacturers no longer enjoy the luxury of marketing only to
Car companies must have marketing strategies that put drivers behind the wheel in
Margaret R. McDowell, ChFC, AIF, a syndicated economic columnist, chartered financial consultant and accredited investment fiduciary, is the founder of Arbor Wealth Management, LLC, (850-608-6121 — www.arborwealth.net), a fee-only registered investment advisory firm located near Sandestin.