Emerging markets should impose capital controls on foreigners


Before the alternative investment community goes into collective apoplexy over the title of this article, it is important to look closely at the repercussions now facing both the emerging markets (EM) and the West as the Fed’s money printing spigot begins to slow down.  Almost immediately after the central bank’s taper was implemented in January,…

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Ken Schortgen Jr. is a finance writer with a deep background in economics, history, and geo politics. His work has been featured by various national sources and is key individual at the Examiner.com

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