We want to hear from you before we leave for Australia.
Agricultural commodities are in demand, and Australia has plenty.
Countries rich in commodities make investors rich.
The recent U.S. equity rally is more bluster than substance, but international markets are the real deal.
The country's water problems are fixable, if it acts quickly.
India's market may dip, but in the long term, privatization should be a big plus for the country.
U.S. specialty retailers are dead in the water, but Asian specialty retailers are growing, cheap, and eyeing China for expansion.
And health-care spending should soar.
Emerging markets, particularly China, are driving oil and natural gas consumption.
China is the most expensive stock market in the world, but there are still bargains to be had.
How a global player can benefit from competitor failures in the U.S.
They're cheaper, growing faster, and their problems are mostly cyclical, not structural.
In a global bear market, the opportunities are even greater.
It's like the old China growth story, only better.
Focus on the consumer's everyday needs.