Neil George

Neil George is a former editor-in-chief of select financial advisory publications including Lifetime income Report, Income On Demand, The Pay Me Strategy, Personal Finance, The Partnership, Bond Desk, Inner Circle and others published by Agora Financial, Newsletter Holdings and other publishers in the US and Europe. He has also served as chief economist for divisions of US Bank, Investec PLC and other public and private firms having worked in banking, fund management and trading on six continents. Educated in the US and Europe he is also an adjunct professor and board member of the Walker School of Business at Webster University.

Recent Articles By The Author

Own the Cloud Without the Hard Cost of Hardware

Own the Cloud Without the Hard Cost of Hardware

Companies can cash in on faster servers and all of the hardware to fly their businesses in the cloud without the capital costs thanks to an innovative alternative company.

Time for Twitter to Tweet: We're Not in It for the Money

Time for Twitter to Tweet: We're Not in It for the Money

Twitter should embrace the novel idea of becoming a non-profit, for whether or not it knows it--it already is a non-profit.

Bringing Jobs Back to the U.S.--For Robots, but Still Jobs

Bringing Jobs Back to the U.S.--For Robots, but Still Jobs

From manufacturing to finance, U.S. businesses are embracing automation and here are prime examples and some of the companies making it happen.

Banks Aren't Ready To Perform

Banks Aren't Ready To Perform

Bank stocks have soared on wild speculation over regulatory change and better business. But hold the hype and only buy on facts.

Time Is Catching Up With Coca-Cola

Time Is Catching Up With Coca-Cola

The time may not be right to buy Coca-Cola shares.

Strikes at Chile's Leading Copper Mine Won't Likely Spike Prices

Strikes at Chile's Leading Copper Mine Won't Likely Spike Prices

Labor stoppages fan the headlines of supply cut-offs, but there is more to the story, for better or worse.

What Valentine's Day and the Strong Dollar Can Tell You About Investing

What Valentine's Day and the Strong Dollar Can Tell You About Investing

The dollar is gaining against the euro and other currencies, driving down the costs of chocolate, roses, and champagne. What's not to love?

Kors Faces Big Challenges as It Tries to Return to Its Roots

Kors Faces Big Challenges as It Tries to Return to Its Roots

The clothing manufacturer and retailer has vowed to improve the quality of its products.

Commodities Companies' GMO Products Likely to Save Lives and Benefit Investors

Commodities Companies' GMO Products Likely to Save Lives and Benefit Investors

A crop crisis in southern Africa is fast-tracking the acceptance of GMO seeds. Here's how you can profit from this life-saving trend.

These 2 Companies Help Restaurants Cut Costs as Labor Costs Rise

These 2 Companies Help Restaurants Cut Costs as Labor Costs Rise

This sector faces pressure as wages increase. But investing in these two stocks could pad investors' pockets.