U.S. versus the World: Global Recovery

September 16, 2009

For all their problems, U.S. firms still enjoy important regulatory advantages over places like Brazil and China.

With

  • Hilary Kramer, Chief Investment Officer of A&G Capital Research;

  • Dr. Kenneth Shubin Stein, MD, CFA, is the founder of Spencer Capital Management, LLC; and 

  • Bill Singer, Shareholder in the Securities Practice Group of the law firm Stark & Stark and Publisher of http://BrokeAndBroker.com and http://RRBDLaw.com

    Bill Singer: [W]e are a civilized, advanced economy. I think as a country, we can do better for our people, we should do better. And for me, one of the basic human rights is to know that when you're sick or somebody in your family is sick, that there will be affordable health care. And I think this country can reach that goal. It obviously will help small businesses because one of the crushing debt burdens today for any small business is health care cost, corruption and taxes. And if you could eliminate some or all of those, we'd be far more competitive. . .

To read the entire Intelligent Investing Panel interview, visit:

http://www.forbes.com/2009/09/15/usa-international-stocks-intelligent-investing-indexes.html

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