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04 July, 2019

Foreign Investment in Mexico is Rising to New Highs in 2019

Foreign investment in Mexico has continued to grow in 2019 despite continued uncertainty surrounding USMCA, the renegotiated NAFTA deal, which has yet to be ratified by the U.S. Congress. Mexico received more than $10.6 billion in foreign direct investment dollars during the first quarter of this year, which is up 7 percent from the same period in 2018. According to lead Economic Advisor to the President, Larry Kudlow, investors are still betting on infrastructure, solid financials and the consumer in Mexico, where positive consumer sentiment and consumption remains strong and is expected to drive economic growth slowly but steadily.

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25 April, 2019

US Dollar to Mexican Peso Trend Remains Strong for Investment

Choosing how and where to invest your hard-earned money can be a difficult decision when you’re looking to maximize return on investment and secure a solid financial future, but when you factor in countries like Mexico where the US dollar is strongest, the right decision is just as crystal clear as the turquoise waters of the Mexican Caribbean Sea! Read on to learn more about how the US dollar enjoys a favorable exchange rate in Mexico and why this ongoing trend is important for much more than just your travel budget.

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07 February, 2018

The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) suffered its largest one-day drop in history Monday when it fell 1,175 points (-4.6%) and opened lower again on Tuesday, leading to losses of at least -10.8% and decimating the massive return on investment we’ve gotten used to seeing over the last couple of years. This is exactly the kind of volatility we’ve been warning investors about and should serve as a sharp reminder of how unstable the stock market really is, especially for investors who need retirement income they can rely on, or who don’t have huge amounts of money to gamble with. 

Read on to learn why this happened and what investors should do about it now.

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06 February, 2018

Betting on the Stock Market? Recent 4.6% Drop Should Be a Red Flag

If you still think the stock market is doing great and provides one of the best ways to invest money for ongoing retirement income, it’s officially time for a serious reality check! The most recent rapid decline, which just passed -1,900 points as I write this, only proves what investors have experienced time and time again over the years: The stock market is volatile and is not a reliable way to invest money when you’re looking for stable ongoing investment income – especially for retirement.

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06 April, 2017

Mexico’s Economy Growing Despite Trump Threats

Mexico’s economy appears to be on a roll in 2017, with a trade surplus in February and more economic growth that analysts had predicted in January, according to new data released last week by Bloomberg. At this point all signs point to Trump having little or no effect on economic growth in Mexico this year.

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02 March, 2017


Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Mexico rose 17% - nearly one third – to hit $5.73 billion during the last quarter of 2016, compared to the same period in 2015, reported Morningstar. The rise comes despite the inflammatory political rhetoric of newly elected U.S. President Trump, who has made a series of threats that seem aimed at undermining the continued growth of Mexico’s economy

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11 February, 2017


Although the current administration’s inflammatory rhetoric might have some people assuming that the United States doesn’t really need to have a good relationship with Mexico, reality couldn’t be farther from the truth. In fact, according to an article by Latin America Economic Growth Initiative Director Jason Marczak that was published on the Huffington Post, Mexico is the second largest export destination for the U.S. and is directly responsible for creating upwards of six million U.S. jobs. Read More
26 January, 2017

Low Peso Drives Real Estate Investments in Mexico

The exchange rate reached 20 pesos to every U.S. dollar last summer and has remained close to that number ever since, prompting a wave of new interest in Mexico real estate among international buyers, especially Americans. The reason is simple: Every U.S. dollar goes further than ever, buying around 43% more pesos than it did only two short years ago. Although prices in Mexico have risen a bit in response, there is still an enormous increase in the purchasing power of expats, and that includes buying real estate in some of the world’s most popular vacation destinations. 

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