Joel Rosenberg: A poll in September found that 3-in-4 Americans believe their country is heading into a recession.
I pray that’s not the case, but there have been few positive economic indicators in the States in 2022.
By contrast, Israel’s economy – and stock market – is dramatically outperforming the U.S., and most other Western, industrialized nations.
“Pray for the peace of Jerusalem: “May they prosper who love you.” Psalm 122:6
These are just some of the reasons that Evangelicals should consider investing in the Jewish state.
On Oct. 4, I wrote the first in a series of columns on “Investing In The Abraham Accords.”
Specifically, I looked at the significant growth in trade between Israel and the Arab nations that have recently normalized relations with us – the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, and Morocco – as well as our two previous peace partners, Egypt and Jordan.
“Arab and Israeli business leaders, entrepreneurs, CEO, investors and venture capitalists that I have spoken to throughout the region believe a new gold rush is being set into motion,” I noted, adding that, “That is extraordinary, and something to which Evangelical investors – among others – should pay close attention.”
For this column, I wanted to get the views of an Israeli investment professional to better understand how the Israeli economy and investment climate compares to other nations around the world.
ISRAEL’S STOCK MARKET IS DOING FAR BETTER THAN THE U.S. THIS YEAR
Evan Liberman is the CEO of Wise Money Israel – an Israeli wealth management firm, securities-licensed firm – staffed by Israeli investment professionals who are also believers in Jesus.
The firm assists and encourages investors around the world to open investment accounts in Israel to gain exposure to Israel’s growing economy, innovation, stock market and currency.
Their tailored portfolios incorporate “Biblically Responsible” screening.
Read More @ All Israel HERE