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Carl Delfeld
Carl Delfeld is the Managing Director of Alquimista and Chief Emerging Markets Analyst with Cabot Wealth. He was a columnist with Forbes Asia, and has authored four books on global investing. Carl has been an international banker in London and Boston and a vice president and director of Asia-Pacific for Robert W. Baird & Company. After serving as a consultant on Asian emerging markets with the U.S. Treasury and U.S. Congress, he was appointed to be a U.S. Representative to the Asian Development Bank in Manila. He is currently publisher of Strategic Wealth.
Articles: 18
Why Invest in Rare Earths Now
America’s rare earths and tech metal supply chain fragility is both dangerous and puzzling.
How to Protect Your Stock Portfolio From Increasing Inflation & Geopolitical Conflict
There is a compelling reason for gold, commodities and other strategies to protect your portfolio.
Why You Should Consider Investing in Nuclear Energy Immediately to Combat Climate Change
If the top risks to the world right now are climate change and geo-political conflict, the growth of nuclear energy in both America and China is essential.
Understanding the US-China Rivalry and What This Means for Your Stock Portfolio
America’s rivalry with China in the coming decade is of great consequence. It will determine whether America’s leading role on the world stage will be confirmed or upended.
The Final Frontier: The SPAC Capital Market Revolution Is Set to Flourish
SPACS are all the rage on Wall Street right now for a number of reasons, and all indications are that they will be around for a while.
How to Profit from the Tech Cold War With These 3 Semiconductor Stocks
As the U.S.–China intense techno-rivalry moves forward into overdrive, both countries want to protect and promote their national technology champions while still selling to each other...
The Best Way to Hedge Instability and the U.S. Dollar During COVID-19
In the postwar period through 2019, the federal government borrowed an average of 2.1% of GDP each year. With the $1.1 trillion deficit projected...
Could Inflation Be the Next Virus? Does Franco-Nevada and VanEck Merk Gold Provide a Win?
As encouraging as the recent market gains have been for investors with the S&P 500 up 30% from lows on March 23 as of today, big dramatic moves both up and down are a hallmark of stressed markets.
Is the COVID-19 Coronavirus a Stock Market Black Swan Event?
Alibaba CEO Daniel Zhang described the epidemic and resulting widespread quarantine as a Black Swan event. Is he right?
Australia May Be the Smartest Way to Capitalize on China’s Growth
Now that America and China have declared a truce, is it time to jump into Chinese stocks? And will concerns over Chinese growth slowing...