More New Norms for US Real Estate Market

A macro look at the U.S. and global economies indicates the US real estate markets are remaining stable and should do the same for at least six months to two years. Or until an unforeseen major economic event occurs.

Tough Times Ahead for the Gulf States

In future the Gulf States will be forced to learn how to save, to be more economical. The citizens of these Arab states will also have to make adjustments to upcoming changes. The main reason for this is the slump in the oil prices. This and other factors will have a significant impact on the growth of these countries, and in turn, investments and profit or loss as well. The situation in the Middle East is a cautionary tale of a gold rush struggling not to go bust.

North… To North Dakota!

Boom towns are springing up all across the country as the term “fracking” almost becomes a household name. Few would argue that America needs to be more energy independent, and in that search for “black gold”, the mining companies have hit upon the Bakken Basin which covers a good deal of Montana and North Dakota, and extends into Canada.

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