COMPELLING OPPORTUNITIES Covered Interest Arbitrage strategies present the risk averse investor with stable opportunities to earn near riskless returns on the interest rate discrepancy between two countries by using a forward/futures contract to hedge exchange rate risk. Such compelling opportunities emerge … Continue reading
ISA’s trade execution instructions are carried out through Interactive Brokers, a world class trading partner, which currently holds over $4 billion in equity capital and executes nearly 1,000,000 trades per day. Interactive Brokers provides electronic access to stocks, options, futures, … Continue reading
By James McDonald | December 20th, 2011 02:12 PM EST | posted in BRICS, Currencies, Latin America
Agriculture plays a critical role in the Brazilian economy, as reflected by its contribution to national gross domestic product (GDP) and employment. Brazil is the world’s largest exporter of coffee, sugar, iron ore chicken, beef and orange juice, and the … Continue reading
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