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YHOO Yahoo! Inc. 46.74 -0.04 -0.09% 1797073
GOOG Alphabet Inc. 830.29 -1.12 -0.13% 581751
AAPL Apple Inc. 143.6063 -0.5137 -0.3564% 3865456
MON Monsanto Company Common Stock 113.55 -0.35 -0.31% 843526
BAC Bank of America Corporation Com 23.75 +0.40 +1.71% 40445540
HD Home Depot, Inc. (The) Common S 146.52 -0.52 -0.35% 1177097

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After a steady decline since the beginning of the year, the price of coffee stocks has been on the upward trend over  the last three months or so. AronismartInvest in Action™ has flagged the trend based on the stock price movement for the companies heavily influenced by the coffee beans' performance. Among the stocks to watch are:  

Many economic indicators  appear to confirm the trend:

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b2ap3_thumbnail_GuyScottPresidentZambia.jpgOn Wednesday, October 29, 2014, Zambia’s Vice President, Guy Scott, has been appointed President of Zambia, hence becoming the first post independence African white head of state. He has replaced the late Zambian President Michael Chilufya Sata, following the death of the latter in London on October 28, 2018.

Although his appointment is temporary, the fact that he is white in an African democratic independent country make him a first. The only other white heads of state were either under apartheid in South Africa or during colonial times.

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The United States economy grew faster than previously thought in the second quarter of 2014, the Commerce Department said on Thursday, August 28, 2014. The latest numbers confirm the signs of a sustainable growth and the continued positive outlook of the US economy. Reacting to the news, President Obama expressed his satisfaction and said that “companies are investing, consumers are spending...There are reasons to feel good about the direction that we are headed"

The growth was fueled by several factors including manufacturing, increased investment by businesses, and foreign trade.

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b2ap3_thumbnail_US_AfricaSummit_Aug2-6-2014.jpegThe end of an era is here: after spending the last two decades trying to expand their businesses  and make money in BRIC nations (Brazil, Russia, India, and China),  the World, rather the American, international investors appear to have shifted their focus: the motto may now be "It is Africa Stupid!".   In fact, Africa is where the money is to be made. The point was hightlighted during the US-Africa Leaders Summit in Washington. The Summit, attended by 50 African heads of states, was unprecedented: in its attendance, in setting a new tone for US-Africa relations and its expectations.

President Obama put it clearly in his speech on Tuesday, August 5, 2014:"I want Africans buying more American products. I want Americans buying more African products."

Why, this change after two decades of absence?

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b2ap3_thumbnail_JoseEduardoandIsabel-doSantos.jpgAlso featured at AroniSoft in MONEY by William

Angolan President Jose Eduardo Dos Santos is one of the longest serving African leaders. The 71 years old leader, in power since 1979, has said that this is his last term in office. Rights groups and independent observers have accused him of personalized and autocratic rule and sometimes of corruption. His daughter, the businesswoman and investor Isabel Dos Santos considered by Forbes to be the richest woman in Africa and the most powerful and richest woman in her country. She owns several businesses in Angola, Portugal, and the Netherlands.

But although she appears to have benefited from being the first daughter of Angola, those close to her  do not question her business acumen and her entrepreneurial spirit since she graduated from the UK elite school of King's College.

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