Showing results for tag "geopolitics"
The US government is actively at war in about half a dozen countries. It’s eyeing new conflicts all the time.
The average bum on the street is more worthy of a Nobel Peace Prize than all the presidents put together.
Joel Bowman, writing today from La Condesa, Mexico City… “I’m going to talk about why bitcoin and the crypto revolution is actually going to be very good for gold…” Leave it to Doug Casey to ruffle the feathers of both camps. Recommended LinkAmerica’s Third Power ShiftThe last two power shifts created millions for investors who […]
An Interview with Doug Casey and Joel Bowman Joel Bowman: When we left off last, I think you and I were talking about burning one’s passport, which seems like a natural enough subject for a couple of anti-statists to address. While we’re on the topic, I can’t help but notice that the number of U.S. […]
At first blush, Wall Street Journal technology writer Andy Kessler makes a compelling case for why bitcoin’s 2017 meteoric 1,368% rise was not “real.” In an article published on Sunday, July 1, Kessler cites a University of Texas study that argues manipulation was behind half of bitcoin’s 2017 move upwards. The study pins the blame […]
Big Middle East wars are often catastrophic for global oil supplies. This makes sense. The Middle East accounts for more than 40% of global oil exports. So, a big conflict in the Middle East often triggers a big spike in the price of oil. Take the 1973 “oil shock,” for example. Oil prices suddenly spiked… […]
“Anything that can be militarized, will be militarized in today’s world.”
“No government should be in the money business… especially Argentina, which has about the worst track record of any government.”
“Even nuclear weapons are becoming dinosaurs.”
“People are neither always good nor always bad… but always subject to influence.”
War’s evolving in several ways…
The economic and political world is turning upside down…
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