Research for the 1%

Research for the 1%

If you are among or hoping to be among the 1%, this guide is for you!

I just returned by private jet early this morning from a week of snow polo and high powered meetings at this year’s World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

For those who weren’t able to cover the $71,000 entrance fee, I recommend visiting the Forum website for highlights, interviews and reports.

For those who were there, met with Angela Merkel and Christine Lagarde, and are still bearish on the Euro, then I recommend following economic commentary on Roubini Global Economics (RGE).

RGE provides research, analysis, data and other information on global economic, macroeconomic and geostrategic issues. (Off-campus access is controlled by HLS Me Account.)

Finally, if you know the best economic way forward is to empower corporations, then I recommend connecting with legislative advocates, like Business Roundtable, American Business Conference and Better Markets.

To find additional advocates, check out the names of those who actively comment to Dodd-Frank proscribed SEC rules.

About: Lisa Junghahn

business & corporate law: corporations, securities regulations, capital markets, financial institutions, bankruptcy courts, tax laws, M&A transactions, antitrust laws and small companies