Tag: china

  • Emerging Markets: Strong Dollar & The Path to Emerged Markets

    How do you value pieces of paper? What creates currency? What makes the dollar a reserve currency? There are several different models used to value currency, including Purchasing Power Parity and the BEER (Behavioral Equilibrium Exchange Rate) model, amongst others. There are several variables that go into those models, most notably conditional expectations, current rates, […]

  • The Contagion of Currency: The Podcast

    https://castbox.fm/vb/88765713 An analysis of how we value currency, what is going on with the lira, and how it affects all emerging market. Enjoy!

  • Starbucks & Growth: Embracing China’s Multi-Billion Dollar Market

    Starbucks created the “coffee experience” which was their economic moat in the beginning and has deteriorated over time for numerous reasons Howard Schultz (Founder and Former CEO) & Scott Maw (CFO) leaving will create temporary headwinds and investor concern Success in China is necessary for the success of the company SBUX is America’s favorite drink […]

  • Dollar vs Yuan: Podcast Version

    Click here for the link to my FIRST podcast EVER. Expanding the blog into a new territory. I learn by reading (hence, the blog). Some people learn by listening. Some by seeing. Some learn through kinesthetics (I’ll have to brainstorm some ideas on that one). I want information to be accessible to everyone. That’s why […]