From Forbes.com As the U.S. and Europe teeter on the edge of a devastating double-dip recession, India’s economic boom—once considered a bright spot in an otherwise bleak global financial landscape—is also showing signs of weakness. The International Monetary Fund recently cut its growth projection for India, warning that the country was perilously close to double-digit […]
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After the Debt Ceiling Debate and S & P’s Credit Downgrade, Picking an Investment Adviser in an Unruly Market: S.P. Kothari
From Dow Jones Marketwatch S.P. Kothari, deputy dean at the MIT Sloan School of Management and a former Barclays fund manager, talks about what investors should look for in choosing an investment adviser to steer them through these turbulent markets. What do you think?