Author Archives: stuerzele

The trigger of the crisis: Sloppy risk management?

“Risk management is a systematic process of identifying and assessing company risks and taking actions to protect a company against them.” (Reference for Business) In his previous blog post “Anticipating risks in 2011… but can we?” bravenewloock emphasized how important … Continue reading

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How the US economy could be harmed by their own efforts.

The nerve-racking fear for a global currency war determined most part of the second half of 2010. In his outlook on 2011 bravenewlook stated, that this topic is not covered extensively anymore, but is still very much there. Following up … Continue reading

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Bubble or Boom – Is Silicon Valley riding into another burst?

Silicon Valley – the largest and most influential high-tech center in the world. In this region the world’s largest technology companies are situated: Apple, Cisco, Google, Intel, Oracle and many others. Silicon Valley is also accounting for 1/3 of all … Continue reading

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Germany and the Euro –

– the next superpower?

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Is the renminbi really undervalued?

The Fed, the IMF and Governments all over the world say, that the Chinese Currency is undervalued. On the other side, there are people who don’t agree to that. What should we believe?

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Ring the bell for the next round…

… the currency war is not over yet.

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Keep the money coming

– “The Americans are lost”, says Mr. Schaeuble (Finance Minister of Germany).

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