The giant container ships that have come to all but define globalization can be as long as three-and-a-half soccer fields (and roughly that long in terms of football pitches if you’re reading this outside the United States).
High commodities’ costs have been much on the minds of almost all of the executives at this year’s Reuters Manufacturing Summit.
Turns out, they can!
Global industrial companies have talked for years about the soaring demand in China for energy, infrastructure, machinery, know-how — you name it. But who knew car crashes could be good for business?
Investors are always on the look-out for a peak.
In order to sock away some serious cash, the smart investor needs to identify a company’s and a businesses’ peaks and make their moves accordingly. Identifying a top (and a bottom, for that matter) allows stockholders clear entry and exit points.