• How Will the EU Deal With Brexit?

    25.05.2017 • Great Britain

    The Union’s supposed aims of cooperation and openness will now be tested. What’s more important: the EU’s integrity or its values? Will the EU allow Britain to leave in a way that continues cooperation and openness, or will it punish us and turn its back on what it supposedly stands for?

  • Robot Pets Expected to Reap Record Returns

    25.05.2017 • Great Britain

    The craze for Tamagotchi showed that this surprising market may have real potential. The coming artificial intelligence revolution means that such experiences are likely to become far more rewarding in future.

  • Which Timeless Asset Just Outperformed Buffett?

    25.05.2017 • United States

    Guess what beat BOTH long-term Treasuries and Buffett… with zero management fees… and near-zero risk...in a period where every major central bank was pushing up bond prices directly AND the Dow tripled…Can you guess what beat stocks and bonds?

  • A French Perspective on Market Health

    24.05.2017 • United States

    If ever our shares on the stock market go down, we will see the intervention of the authorities in Europe ...We will probably see a new economic stimulus program by the ECB, which is already buying bonds from private companies, and debts from the states...

  • Politics, Polls, and the Parasitocracy

    24.05.2017 • France

    Financial systems allow the Parasitocracy to feed itself through complicated tax codes, allocations, subsidies and wealth redistribution. While bankruptcy-proof bankers lend to incompetent governments and manipulable taxpayers, central banks remain silent...

Which Timeless Asset Just Outperformed Buffett?

25.05.2017

Guess what beat BOTH long-term Treasuries and Buffett… with zero management fees… and near-zero risk...in a period where every major central bank was

Vern’s Guide to Making a Budget Surplus a Reality

22.05.2017

The Treasury has a problem. Revenue is (highly) variable. Spending is fixed and escalating. A buffer needs to be built…lower spending. Here’s my solution

How Will the EU Deal With Brexit?

25.05.2017

The Union’s supposed aims of cooperation and openness will now be tested. What’s more important: the EU’s integrity or its values? Will the EU allow

Argentines Are Being Robbed (and They Don’t Even Know It)

19.04.2017

The first week of April saw many protests, demonstrations, and strikes. Of all the complaints we heard, we were surprised that no one mentioned the heaviest

French Election Masks German Crisis

05.05.2017

The recession in Germany is about to begin. It will lead to the collapse of several investment banks and numerous private equity firms, and equity markets will

Bad Debt Rears Its Ugly Head

23.05.2017

Banks give out most loans against a collateral. Hence, to that extent the loans are secured and in case of a default from a borrower, the collateral can be

Reading the Market in a Father’s Cigarettes

13.04.2017

 By Felipe Miranda – Daily Pro (Brazil) – Mom hated the Stock Market. You really couldn’t expect anything else after everything that

Market Volatility Pushes Up Gold Prices

12.04.2017

 By Sean Corrigan – Wealthy Nations (Hong Kong) – Inevitably, the confrontational foreign policy which the new Trump regime has suddenly

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