Stefan writes, "Fitch Ratings, one of the “Big Three” international credit rating agencies alongside Moody’s and Standard & Poor’s, has upgraded Israel’s long-term foreign currency sovereign credit ratings by one notch to A+ from A, with a stable outlook."
Stefan writes, "Israeli real estate is seen by many as a solid and long term investment, and there are may around the world, especially in Messianic / Christian circles who would like to both support and benefit from the growth of the Israeli real estate market."
Stefan writes, "Once again Israel is innovating, even through hardships, and introducing the world to technologies and solutions that can benefit many other than itself."
Stefan writes, "With over 40% of world Jewry living in Israel, it is no wonder that Israel is revolutionizing the world with a vast array of innovations and breakthroughs that are quickly changing our lives as we know them."
The quest has just begun for one Israeli startup that has created an innovative online community for shoppers seeking fashion, beauty and home products.
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.
Chinese investors in B2B, technology to attend conference; Over 500 Israeli hi-tech companies to participate; Ben Gurion University hosts successful Global Entrepreneurship and Innovation Conference following creation of joint-center with Jilin University in April.
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. "