• Thanks to Credit, Who Cares About Debt?

    27.04.2018 • France

    If the big banks have difficulties because they have imprudently lent, the States (the taxpayers) steal to their rescue. This is possible because they have hostage deposits. In these conditions, without sanction by bankruptcy, no need to be looking at the quality of the lender. Conversely, when the state begs a loan, how can it be denied to the same state that has granted the banking license? That's right crediting.

  • Maybe We Don’t Have to Work, After All

    27.04.2018 • United States

    So it was that Finland provided a “basic income” to those in need. Similar experiments are underway in San Francisco, Toronto, Kenya, and the Netherlands. The idea was to give people money without conditions attached. If you were jobless, the program entitled you to $685 a month. And now, after only a few months, Finland has given its judgment; it has dropped the program.

  • Russia’s Hidden Relationship with Cryptos Revealed

    27.04.2018 • United Kingdom

    Given that Russians have a flair for manipulation and technology, it should come as no surprise the Russian state has taken a big interest in crypto. And so today, with all the above in mind, that’s what we’re going to look into.

  • The Pros and Cons of Trump’s Global To-Do List

    27.04.2018 • United Kingdom

    If Trump can continue to improve global trade relations and balances, de-risk geopolitics and let the US economy roar, people might actually like him, secretly. But I suspect the key to his success is being disliked.

  • “Haters Gonna Hate”

    26.04.2018 • United Kingdom

    When people say it, they mean that hateful people will always find a way to criticise you, no matter what you do. So don’t let the haters bring you down. And crypto has a lot of haters. Cryptos are a disruptor; current industry leaders and gatekeepers do not like to be disrupted.

Maybe We Don’t Have to Work, After All

27.04.2018

So it was that Finland provided a “basic income” to those in need. Similar experiments are underway in San Francisco, Toronto, Kenya, and the Netherlands.

Complacency Breeds Stupidity

05.03.2018

The good times — credit funded lifestyles we cannot afford — have gone on for so long that we consider this as normal. I can assure you that it is not. One

The Pros and Cons of Trump’s Global To-Do List

27.04.2018

If Trump can continue to improve global trade relations and balances, de-risk geopolitics and let the US economy roar, people might actually like him,

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

India’s Short on Cash… Again

20.04.2018

There is a currency shortage in large parts of the country with the ATMs running dry, even before the wells could run dry this summer. Various reasons have

This is the Last Issue of Market in 5 Minutes

05.07.2017

The end of our newsletter marks the beginning of a new phase of our company: bigger and completely restructured. And we want you to be a part of it.

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 adopted

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