Talk about Recovery at the G-8 Meeting

June 14, 2009 at 7:29 pm Leave a comment

The mood at the G-8 meeting that took place last week in Italy was decidedly more upbeat.  Measures to stimulate world economies were no longer topics for the discussion.  Instead, the group acknowledged that the worst of the crisis has passed and started considering ways to back out of the dramatic rescue steps taken last year. Monetary policies have to be brought to normal levels to contain inflation.

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Leon Shirman's long-term investment philosophy is summarized in his book, “42 Rules for Sensible Investing”, also available from Amazon.


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