In this piece written for Investment & Wealth Institute (formerly IMCA) in January 2017, Michael Underhill discusses the impact of globalization and populism on investing.
Today - trade wars, tariffs, history and geopolitics have come to the economic forefront, and may be more inter-related than what was initially understood, as explained in this paper.
"[the] British election, Brexit, and the U.S. election of Donald Trump. At first glance, these events may seem independent, but they may actually not be independent; they may be indicative of larger forces at work in the global economy driving us toward an era of neonationalism."
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