Editor and Publisher,
- Founder and Editor of Global Investing
- Graduated Magna Cum Laude from Harvard
- Lived Abroad for 18 Years and Speaks 6 Languages
Author Vivian Lewis is editor and founder of Global Investing, the monthly newsletter for Americans seeking to internationalize their portfolios. She brings unique experience and competences to the business of picking foreign stocks. After graduating from Harvard magna cum laude (and being elected to Phi Beta Kappa), she lived in Europe for 18 years where she worked as a financial journalist. Back in the US again in 1989, she decided that the retail investor managing his or her own investments deserved the kind of information she had been digging up for mutual fund and pension fund managers, so she started Global Investing. Nearly six years ago, Ms. Lewis started Minutewoman.com, an Internet-only newsletter for more sophisticated, risk-tolerant investors able to purchase stocks directly on open foreign markets. She brings to her readers her familiarity with foreign markets, a full rolodex of contacts garnered during 18 years of living abroad, and the ability to speak a half-dozen languages.
One stock I would consider a "best idea" for the coming year is also a way to beat inflation with gold. My pick is Kirkland Lake Gold (KL), a Canadian mid-cap trading on the New York exchange, suggests international investing expert Vivian Lewis, editor of Global Investing.
My favorite investment idea for 2020 is a Canadian firm that reports under US GAAP accounting, making it a safe retirement holding, explains international investing expert Vivian Lewis, editor of Global Investing.
Barrick Gold (GOLD) — based in Toronto, Canada — just reported its latest results; the company produced 27% more gold in its second quarter, asserts international investing specialist Vivian Lewis, editor of Global Investing.
Vivian Lewis selected Algonquin Power & Utilities (AQN) as her top conservative idea for 2019 and Azure Power (AZRE) as a favorite speculative play. Here's the latest update on these "green" ideas from the editor of Global Investing.