The Israelis have made great products and I am very glad that doing well.
Yes It is good news. Not investment advice but, Investment in Israel and other allies ( Australia, India, Canada, NZ to name some) can be purchased in bread basket form via “ETF’s”. Compare this to dong the International Mutual Fund route where you pickup on the Soro’s /Iran leaners like Brazil and debt ridden Europe to name some where many here may have some problems with.....
Gilder lays out in his opening paragraph exactly what he is going to be concerned with: The central issue in international politics, dividing the world into two fractious armies, is the tiny state of Israel.
He states his thesis very quickly and directly, saying the issue is not that of a global war of civilization between the West and Islam nor any division between Arabs and Jews. He does not deny the validity of these conflicts, but rather sees the issue as being between creative excellence and covetous fairness, between admiration of achievement versus envy and resentment of it.
And how did the many universities and other anti-Semitic institutions that refused to invest in the Holy Land but instead poured their endowment funds into Fannie, Freddie, Wall Street banks, and other unholy enterprises that went bankrupt fare over the past decade?
Another episode in Jewish history, short version: They fought us, we won, let’s eat.