Allowing global news to impact your investing strategy is more common — and harmful — than you think.
The luxury real-estate market is attracting rich, stock-market wary buyers.
Stocks sold in mainland China are up over 80 percent since November. Revolutionary changes taking place in the Chinese market are the reason for the rally.
Billionaires around the world saw their wealth increase by double digits in 2014.
Locations affordable to the super-rich saw the fastest home price gains in 2013.
Jakarta and Miami are among the cities with double-digit growth since 2009.
Not all billionaires live in mansions, but they still live well.
The housing crash is not only slowing the economic recovery in the U.S., but helped spark global financial troubles …
The recent, devastating news out of Japan not only tests the limits of global humanitarian efforts, but of the global economy as well. Japan is the world’s third-largest economy, and fears are spreading around developed nations about how the disaster could impact a worldwide economy that has been recovering from the recession in fits and
By the end of next year, the Asia/Pacific region will surpass the United States as the world’s dominant wealth region.