Daily Archives: April 26, 2013

The Educational Opportunities of Online learning

There are some truly exciting initiatives in process today that are dramatically improving accessibility to higher learning. With student debt at epic highs, more affordable study options couldn’t be coming at a better time. A discussion on the future of … Continue reading

Posted in Main Page | Comments Off on The Educational Opportunities of Online learning

Austerity under review

Attitudes towards austerity are diverging across the globe. Some, like the UK, want to stay the course, others feel it is time to ease the pain. Here is a direct link.

Posted in Main Page | Comments Off on Austerity under review

Ireland’s soggy patch

Ireland was one of the first countries to fall into the abyss of the 2008 credit crisis, and has been a brave model for austerity efforts since. But the coast is far from clear for the Emerald Isle. Those who … Continue reading

Posted in Main Page | Comments Off on Ireland’s soggy patch

Contraction heading for US, over-priced stocks at risk

Edward Dempsey, CIO of Pension Partners, says investors are “caught in a hard place” as a “contraction is arriving in the U.S.” Here is a direct link. Copper and the cyclically sensitive Canadian TSX have been telling us this story … Continue reading

Posted in Main Page | Comments Off on Contraction heading for US, over-priced stocks at risk