Evan writes, "So not only was performance strong for stocks held in the shekel, but the shekel itself maintained its strength while investors’ cash and investments in other local currencies eroded in value."
Wise Money Israel Founder Evan Liberman, and Business Development Manager Stefan Silver will be holding several important “Invest in Israel” seminars in Pennsylvania, New York, and Ontario, Canada to educate the Messianic community on the Biblical and economic foundation for investing in Israel. Check for the dates of the seminars.
Can a tiny startup-nation less than 70 years old, with less than 8 million residents, change the world? Israel is clearly saying “yes”. An enormous number of inventions and innovations have come out of Israel in recent decades, more than from many larger, established nations combined.
In a recent interview given by the Vice Chairman of NASDAQ, Mr. Proctor describes the strengthening of cooperation between the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE) and the U.S. NASDAQ stock exchange.
Evan explains: "Investing in Israeli stocks and bonds is done on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE), Israel’s single national exchange, through accounts at Israeli brokerages and banks. This is where Israeli corporations raise capital to finance investments and activities, and where the government brings the public into its companies as they are privatized. "
Mazor Robotics, an Israeli medical device company and manufacturer of robotic guidance systems is positioned to fundamentally alter the paradigm of complex spinal surgery through an integrated, robotic platform called “Renaissance”.
Now, modern-day Israeli scientists are taking the little water we have – together with some Jewish ingenuity and the favor of God – and causing Scripture to come true. How can an investor profit from Israel’s prowess in water technology?
Evan Liberman of Wise Money Israel reports on Israel's military capability. There are four Israeli companies among the largest defense companies globally in 2015.
From Evan Liberman of Wise Money Israel, Microsoft is expected to purchase Israeli cyber security company Islands for approximately $150 million.
Is there a safe place in the world to invest today? Let’s look at the numbers comparing Wall Street stocks with Tel Aviv stocks.