George Leong wrote - In somewhat of a surprise move, the Canadian government allowed the $15.1-billion takeover of Canada-based Nexen Inc. (NYSE/NXY) by CNOOC Limited (NYSE/CEO) to go through. Initially, it was thought that Canadian regulators and the government would axe the deal, citing the security concerns of a takeover of oil reserves by the Chinese government-controlled CNOOC. Canada has rejected takeover bids from Chinese companies in the past, citing the need to safeguard its mineral and energy resources.
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My name is George Leong, and I’m writing to you today about a threat to the United States that is bigger than any threat I’ve ever witnessed.
This threat is so big; it could quickly bring the United States to its knees and transform this once-mighty nation into a third-world country.
Just how big is this threat?
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Happy New Year to our Profit Confidential readers!
George Leong wrote - In 2012, small-cap stocks were the second-best performing group, following the technology sector. The Russell 2000 was the top performer in December and has been since the end of the first quarter. How the small-caps fare this year will, again, depend on the global economy.