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Harnessing the power of emerging Chinese markets with strategic money management

Coastwise Capital Group | Scott Kyle

As the U.S. struggles to get its economy back on track, China is undergoing an economic surge – and while that may not sound like good news for local investors on the surface, there is in fact plenty to be learned (and earned) by blending smart investment strategies with the burgeoning power of emerging global markets.

Expert money management yields potentially recession-proof gain for wealthy investors

Coastwise Capital Group | Scott Kyle

Turn to any news outlet these days and you’ll likely hear talk of a troubled global economy. Jobs are down, unemployment is up, and investments seem riskier than ever; yet for a certain sliver of society – namely, the very rich – steady and even increased revenue is still a viable reality. In a struggling market, smart management can help these investors make the most of sophisticated options unavailable to small-scale players – yielding greater returns, heightened security and the potential to do good for those less fortunate throughout the greater San Diego community.

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  • Surf Soccer Club Academy GU9 team tops in division at 2014 Albion Cup July 25, 2014
    The Surf Soccer Club Academy GU9 team took first place in the 2014 Albion Cup (Girls U9 Cup) on July 18-21. They beat Carlsbad United’s top GU9 team in the semi-finals and went on to shut out Strikers FC in the finals, 4-0. Awesome tournament play by the entire team! […]
  • Surf Academy Select BU9 win it all at Albion Cup July 25, 2014
    San Diego Surf Academy Select BU9 won it all at the Albion Cup July 19-21! After winning their Showcase division by going unbeaten all weekend, they defeated Legends FC 4-1 in the finals on Monday. This is the second year in a row this team has won the Albion Cup. […]
  • Pushing boundaries July 24, 2014
    Few issues cause parents more distress than changes in school boundaries. Who can forget the tumult when in 2002 the Del Mar Union School District moved hundreds of families from one attendance area to another? Resentment still lingers, 12 years later. The San Dieguito Union High School District created its system of boundaries nearly 18 years ago that has w […]