When geopolitical events create crises in the world, volatility usually follows in world markets. The results of this volatility is important to note and I will discuss this below....
The dollar’s strength or weakness can have an enormous impact on global markets.
Emerging-market debt crises are as predictable as spring rain. They happen every 15–20 years, with a few variations and exceptions.
Each crisis is bigger than the one before.
My readers know I’m not a bitcoin proponent. I don’t deny that it’s made some people a lot of money. But even with the recent pullback, I believe bitcoin...
There is no blockchain and there is no such thing as cryptocurrency.”
Remember US$100 per barrel oil?
Investors can be forgiven for thinking they hit the trifecta last Friday.
My models predict a long-term rise in energy demand and energy prices.
We’re all familiar with the so-called “run on the bank.” It usually begins quietly with just a few depositors getting nervous about the solvency of the bank.