7 global hot spots for investors

World markets are beginning to follow the US stock rally after a rough run that turned investors off. Here are some experts are betting on.

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Mar 26, 2012 8:03AM
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I personally will never invest either globally or in America again. I have gone to cash only basis, getting rid of the credit cards, and if more people at the bottom did this, then it would eventually catch up to the top and an uproar will happen, and maybe there will be accountability to the thieves that created this mess.  I will not give someone the chance ever again to steal the hard earned money I've made. And the banks only giving you ten cents for every one thousand dollars you have in your account. Have fun losing more of your money, because it's definitely going to happen, and you'll be working until your 80.
Mar 26, 2012 9:23AM
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the market may have rebound ,for a little but if the gas prices & oil go up any more it will have  spooked investors altogether & the house of cards will fall & put us in the worst economy we have ever seen in anyone's life time . you can take that to the bank . DO YOUR HOME WORK. people are still having a hard time.some just went back to work but make less then they did before & prices they have to pay for gas,oil, food ,etc. went up ,NOT DOWN like ther pay did. so ,,,,,,you do the math,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Mar 21, 2012 10:56AM
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Michael Brush, seriously, can you post an article that does not include Apple?  Are you trying to pump and dump?
Mar 26, 2012 3:50AM
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Apple is starting to have issues of dealing with anti-trust investigations combined with the usual problems of most electronic manufacturers of dealing with inferior parts quality issues from Chinese components used in their products.

Just as with Harley-Davidson, any corporation can play the easy game of maximizing profits by importing low quality sub-components, using offshore labor and continue to play an economic war against its' own employees, but the balance of quality control will erode future sales.
Mar 26, 2012 5:16AM
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I hate this picure format.  I just want to read the article.
Mar 26, 2012 10:54AM
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So what your saying is to invest in places that are basically sweatshops?
Mar 26, 2012 11:57AM
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I have invested in Brazil in the form of real estate ...... a high rise condo complex on the beach in Forteleza and a hotel there as well. Both have been terrific investments.
Mar 26, 2012 11:11AM
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Yeah it's the greatest time to invest when markets are over sold!  The greatest and best time! You'll maximize your losses! Heray! Give me a break.   Let's push the stupid markets which have no barring on reality.   Never really did.
Mar 26, 2012 7:59AM
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Come to the Bahamas and Freeport , Grand-Bahama at that too.

Apr 29, 2012 12:50PM
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How about the political risks involved in investing in these foreign countries?.
Apr 30, 2012 4:18AM
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It all boils down to greed. Everyone from the numerous U.S. big business companies to our totally corrupt political leaders, who have sold us out in the name of profit. Have also sold their souls,not realizing that their irresponsible decisions'  would eventually bite them in the ****.

My suggestion to them is wake up and smell the roses, make our Country the speak softly and carry a big stick Country that we all can be proud of.

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Mar 26, 2012 12:51PM
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Chicago ILL is the best City to invest and  Scaramento Ca. comes on second,  top city where i would personaly invest time and money ...

Mar 26, 2012 7:33AM
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I'm starting to look at real estate stocks and small cap banking  etf's right now, it seems like they could do better, and  I think ebay could go up!
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