1 out of 3 – Europe’s Trilemma
Low interest rates and record corporate profits should be enthusing investors, Bob Landaas says. But for the last couple of years, debt crises in the euro zone have been sucking momentum from stock rallies and mucking up forecasts for global economic growth.
In this video, based on a recent Money Talk podcast, the president of Landaas & Company explains how lack of monetary and currency controls may doom prospects for the euro zone in the long run. Meanwhile, though, other regions of the world continue to emerge – offering further opportunities for corporations and their investors.
initially posted June 27, 2012