Why the aging developed country population affects your portfolio
3 big-picture shifts you should pay ... be better off investing in developing nations like Brazil (EWZ), India (EPI), and China (FXI) instead of developed markets (VEA). Japan (EWJ), with 25% of its population already above 65 years of age in 2013 ...
The Kugel Family: Big in Brazil
And in a Brazilian state where a census report listed 73.6 percent of the population as nonwhite (and where 0.0 percent of the population wear winter coats), why us ... he added. There are two coexisting spheres in Brazil, the official and unofficial.
From Brazil to Japan: gun laws around the world
Though its gun ownership rates are tiny compared to the United States, Japan has more than 120,000 registered gun owners and more than 400,000 registered firearms. So why is there so little gun violence? Recommended: Key world markets to see big changes.
Japan’s Better Hafu
The hafu population ... be allowing the Japanese diaspora, such as the community in Brazil, to return to Japan without relinquishing their current citizenship. This would also help Japan globalize. Without Japanese citizenship, there are larger hurdles ...
Japan Warns of Crime in Brazil Before World Cup
According to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, Brazil in 2011 had a 23.4 intentional homicide rate, meaning there were more ... which is one of the big Japanese travel agencies offering packages to the World Cup, said that the company is ...