May 18, 2013 Leave a comment
For Whom Wealth Matters
May 6, 2013 Leave a comment
The term “Dutch disease” originates from a crisis in the Netherlands in the 1960s that resulted from discoveries of vast natural gas deposits in the North Sea. The new found wealth caused the Dutch guilder to rise, making exports of all non-oil products less competitive on the world market.Today the term is used in the context of exchange rates,to refer to the negative consequences arising from large increases in a country’s foreign currency inflows including – foreign direct investment, foreign indirect investment,foreign aid etc in addition to the ill effects on non-resource industries a by the increase in wealth generated by the resource-based industries. Read more of this post
April 22, 2013 11 Comments
Many thanks to sharechair for the Super Sweet blogging award.If you have just bought an iPhone, iPad or Kindle and haven’t really got the hang of it, sharechair is the place to go. You will soon get over your awkwardness and start enjoying the capabilities of your device.
Here are my answers to the super sweet questions:
Cookies or Cake?
Chocolate or Vanilla?
Vanilla Read more of this post
April 21, 2013 4 Comments
This post is long overdue.In fact its pending since last August. This shows how making excuses once, just makes making excuses again so much easier and the tomorrows never come.My apologies to sharechair.
Here is the oldest reference to the rules of this award:Link .Today this award is mostly awarded to blogs with small readerships,200 subscribers or less, to help grow their readerships.Personally I will focus on finance blogs,simply because I think they are quite niche and not as popular as they could be with a general readership.And I will not be sticking to exact subscriber numbers, but pick blogs I believe should be more popular given the quality of their content.
To start with here are my answers to sharechair’s questions:
1.What is your favorite type of book to read? Historical romances on the one hand and business and finance,especially the biographies of industrialists on the other. Read more of this post