New York, NY (PRWEB) July 01, 2012
In a recent Investment Contrarians article, editor Sasha Cekerevac points out that an investor knows when an economic system is starting to crumble under the weight of a financial crisis when people give up and leave the country. Cekerevac believes cofounder of Facebook Eduardo Saverin renouncing his citizenship and permanently living in Singapore is yet another sign of the U.S. losing its dominance.
“Part of the reason Saverin left was tax-related, sure. However, there is more to this than meets the eye,” believes Cekerevac. “He also mentions more business opportunities in Asia. This lack of investor confidence in the growth of the U.S. economy is a sign that the financial crisis continues to spread, as more people are worried about the future of our economy and are losing faith in the U.S. dollar.”
The financial crisis is hollowing out the core of the U.S. economy, in Cekerevac’s opinion. As investor confidence weakens, the number of opportunities looks bleaker to international investors. With the financial crisis erupting, the next few years will set the tone for the next several decades.
The citizens renouncing citizenship are exactly the types of people we don’t want to leave. This is because they have the money and intelligence needed to help grow this economy, notes Cekerevac. Investor confidence in the U.S. economy needs to be regained.
“The men and women who should be investing in this economy, building new companies, hiring more people and driving our nation to the top of the world are leaving. This is not just one person; this is a sign that worldwide investor confidence is leaving the U.S.,” stresses Cekerevac. “If a ship springs a leak, eventually the ship will sink unless something is done about it.”
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