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Devastating mudslides, damaged homes, and forced evacuations were triggered by storms in California. Hillsides that had been destroyed by fires and droughts and had no vegetation to absorb the rain were vulnerable to landslides and...
Happy days are here again as stock markets staged a Christmas rally declaring victory on winning the war on inflation, after Fed Chair Jerome Powell’s monetary pivot raised hopes that the Fed might cut rates by 0.75% in 2024. Falling...
Why does the world seem falling apart? Wars, pandemics, anti-semitism, polarization, and it goes on. What happened to civility? How did it come to this? To revive the world economy following the 2008 crisis, governments embarked on a...
In many ways investors should look to the past for lessons. The eighties, seventies or fifties? No, they should look to the “biblical past”. First came wars, followed by food shortages, then a pandemic, then fires and floods. What’s next?...
It has been a jittery few months for investors as an ill wind not Canadian wildfire smoke, US heatwaves, or flash floods swept through financial market here, there and everywhere. The failure of a “too-big-to-fail” global bank and a few US...
As the world transitions from a bi-polar to a multi-polar one, Europe is experiencing a brutal crossborder conflict, the financial markets are in disarray, and the two superpowers are engaged in a new cold war. Fracturing the world’s...
Would Mr. Putin or a floating white balloon start World War III? The global economic system has changed to a multi-polar order as a result of the epidemic and the conflict in Ukraine, and America is now facing a number of difficulties....
Markets fell 20% last year, in its worst yearly performance since the 2008 financial crisis. However rising market optimism on signs of cooling activity is perversely based on the belief that the increase in rates would tame inflation and...
This month a cooling CPI number sparked a mammoth rally on Wall Street on hopes that the Federal Reserve may be ready for a pivot (aka capitulation) in its battle against inflation. The gains are premature and won’t change the trajectory...
It was good while it lasted. But now the golden age of near-zero inflation and interest rates is over, and we are paying the price for living in a fool’s paradise since money is no longer free. All this is now changing.

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