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Hotels oder Hotelketten für bestimmte Religionsgruppen. Für die Christen gibt es in Europa schon diverse Hotelvereinigungen, die sich nur durch diese Spezialiät von anderen Anbietern abheben und einen grossen Zulauf aus christlichen Kreisen haben. Gleiches könnte man auch für Juden, Moslems, Hindus oder Buddhisten lancieren. Speziell in der Schweiz, die einen grossen Zulauf von asiatischen Touristen hat. Essen, Einrichtung, Kleidung des Personals, Feiertage usw. komplett auf die Religion der Zielgruppe ausrichten.

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Samialagiri (11. Oktober 2015)
Great point- the Euro will deconstruct which will cause a flhgit to safety in gold and partially the US dollar. The northern Europeans will then establish stronger currencies either individually or as a smaller version of the Euro. This will provide an alternative to the US dollar for safety and trade.This will be the last gasp of the US Dollar supremacy. Once an alternative is available and the US fails to fix their debt problems we will see the fall of the mighty greenback!

Velavan (12. Oktober 2015)
What better way for<a href=""> seonome</a> to make a lot of money than by starting an exclusive “in-the know” club with limited membership where only the rich get to play. To me it sounds mostly like a cash grab for the organizers. Think of it as organized Venture Capitalists. Of course, the opportunity to do so is created by the current state of the financial industry. I have to believe that ultimately, the cost of capital could be substantially higher than would be the case in the public markets. I see it as a niche market rather than an alternative market.

Maik (12. Oktober 2015)
Good point Mich. You can see that kind of effect maeitializrng in these numbers already with the TSX underperforming the S P by quite a margin. To me, this signals QE enthusiasts exiting their reflation trade and taking profits as growth slows globally in spite of central bank intervention.Having said that, I don't think it would take much more than a whisper of more QE for markets to experience another positive Pavlovian whipsaw and kill the shorts again.The key question for me is: How many times will this reflation-deflation scenario play out before either a) it works or b) traders realize it will never work?Thanks for your comments! [url=]exbnkbih[/url] [link=]rfpxcn[/link]

Martha (13. Oktober 2015)
StagflationUltimately the gov can steer the ship in any direction it wants, and <a href="">infotailn</a> is the only politically easy way to defuse the debt bomb.IMO fed is likely to cut 25 bp Sept 18. This is a freebie because FF is already trading at 5% anyway. Any cut that's bigger or sooner sends the wrong signal. I mean, all the passengers on the plane can look out the window and see the engines are on fire. 25 bp on Sept. 18 will feel like the pilot is still trying to fly the aircraft in for some kind of landing. 50 bp prior to Sept. 18 will feel like you see him setting the autopilot while strapping on a chute.I'm looking for some major non-Fed action to try to reduce the bleeding. Conforming limit bump would help improve liquidity and is OK with me provided credit standards are still high. That will help creditworthy current owners refi and creditworthy borrowers buy RE if they want to. I expect some sort of giant patch for the rest. Gov will go to the lenders and triage the FBs - there are some who could and would keep servicing the debt despite being upside-down, if only they could get a fixed-rate mortgage at a rate that is not usurous. Some sort of loan guarantee program will be rolled out to make it happen. Gov doesn't even need to hold a gun to the lender's head, because they are already holding guns to their own heads and begging someone to stop them from pulling the trigger.The observation about the likely effect of declining rates on bank deposits is one I had not considered but rings true. I was burned when Easy Al took rates down to 1%, heck even at 5% I'm losing money to <a href="">infotailn</a> after taxes. For damned sure I'm not going to just lie back and take it again - I'll buy stocks, gold, even RE if I have to. So, like, yeah, cuts down to Japanese interest rates don't seem to be in the cards this time around.Gov needs to do something to encourage savers, instead we will likely have a Democrat anxious to "soak the rich" with even higher taxes eating into the already-negative real returns on bank deposits. I really feel like a chump when I think about it.

Ahmed (13. Oktober 2015)
that countries duinrg a trade deficit should do everything in it's power to resolve that deficit. Which is balancing trade, INCREASING INVESTMENTS TO GROW VALUE and combining currencies with the country that one is in a trade deficit with. The concept behind the latter is to match interest rates which would eliminate carry trade incentives to put too many investments in one area over another.This is exactly what the U.S. should be doing with OPEC and China.If you want a robust economy, look at the countries with legitimate and stable governments. Look at Iceland, Sweeden, Germany and Australia.Australia exports raw materials to Asia when neocons said that Asia would buy them from us. Germany proved that quality sells exports more than price, Germany increased the demand for quality goods.Which brings us to the next point. Monetary policy only brings about MARGINABLE effects on market and economic policy. Like I mentioned, the quality of German goods created so much demand that they don't need to devalue their currency for exports. The Arabs, OPEC and China buy luxury imports from Germany; like BMWs and China's favorite-the Mercedes.IN the same way tech stock demands overrode Greenspan's interest rate hike back in 2001-2002. People told me that they wanted 5000 shares of JNPR at $300/each.The Chinese American POA of 15-20 different accounts made over 50 buy orders in a call, bringing the firm over $3000 in commission. The Asians are incredible opportunity for investments, more than they are as a movie audience. And companies do offer A shares, proxies and the like where shareholders yield more democracy than the taxpayers and government bond holders of the U.S.A much better policy for economic recovery would be low or no capital gains tax rates. Carlos Slim made a killing in Mexico, which has 0% capital gains tax rates. We could also bring back the Glass Stegall Act.America has a bunch of young aspiring Zuckerbergs ready to go after tech. There's much more talent, I personally would like to see LEGAL immigration made easier and AFFORDABLE for greencard holders while the US comes up with business friendly and encouraging protocols.Unfortunately, the lobbyists and the delegates of the United States don't see it that way. And the one with the gold makes the rules- not the ones who can make value and retain it unfortunately.And if we are going to even think about attracting international investments, we need serious transparancy and ethics.The CFTC corrupted the courts duinrg the subprime scandal. Not one of the bankers or public officials affiliated with the CFTC was even tried for that massive, greatest financial scandal in the history of the world.Ethics is often synonymous with value growth, protection and retention. There's absolutely no way we could build volume back up in our markets without the application of ethics. [url=]ydajuvcovh[/url] [link=]cfzpwl[/link]

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