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Global Funds in FAANGs Today, BANNGs Tomorrow?
The world is familiar with FANG (Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, and Google), then came FAANG, Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix, and Google. But are you familiar with BANNG? We would like to introduce to the world a countercyclical group of stocks that could be the biggest winners if FAANGs lose.Read More
How Serious is the World’s Water Scarcity Crisis?
With the possible exception of air, water is the most valuable resource we currently have on our planet. Without water, sustaining human life—or any type of life on Earth—would become fundamentally impossible. Naturally, because water is something we simply cannot live without, making sure that the world’s water supply isRead More
Turkey and Erdogan under Pressure as the Turkish Economy Crumbles
Double-digit inflation, foreign currency debt, a surge in the cost of imports that Turkey depends upon for any goods that it delivers overseas and Erdogan’s unwillingness to allow the Turkish central bank to raise borrowing costs are a combination that paints a bleak picture and these are all before aRead More
Is a Strong Dollar Good for the US Economy?
The demand for the dollar provoked by fears of new US sanctions against a number of countries and expanding trade conflict with China. Those concerns pushed the American currency close to the upper edge of the trading range since April.Read More
Is There a Silver Lining for Argentina’s Economy?
At the turn of the 20th Century, many economists once believed that Argentina was in a position to eventually outperform the United States. However, Argentina’s economic history is one that has been marked by numerous incredible periods of growth followed by severe periods of economic recession. What will the futureRead More
Cryptocurrencies Criminal Activities – A Multi Billion Industry
Criminal activities tied to cryptocurrencies are on the rise. According to CipherTrace, a developer of forensic tools and services for blockchain, the amount of money laundering through illegal cryptocurrency trading activity could hit the $1.5 billion mark before the end of the year.Read More
The Trump – Putin Helsinki Show
Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin meeting in Helsinki was more of a show than a political event. Yet, there were a number of key takeaways that the two managed to achieve.Read More
Trump’s Trade War: The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly
A proper analysis of Trump’s trade war will undoubtedly require a nuanced examination of all possible future outcomes. This article will briefly examine the core components of these new trade policies as well as the best and worst case scenarios that may come as a result.Read More
Erdogan’s Biggest War is Inflation: The Turkish Lira in a Free Fall
Of all the factors plaguing the economy and the currency, inflation is the biggest problem. The economy is now in a self-perpetuating circle, with the weakening currency leading to higher inflation, and higher inflation further hurting the currency.Read More
UK Politics in Turmoil, What’s Next?
It’s been a very lively and busy few days in the UK. There are many scenarios and opinions flying about at the moment, but what do we make of the current situation? Let’s take a step back and look at the facts.Read More
Bitcoin (BTC) To Be Worth $100 Million Per Coin By 2030?
Hyperbitcoinization is a state in which bitcoin is expected to become the world’s dominant form of money. The fact that the digital currency is socially wired should work to its advantage when it comes to exponential adoption.Read More
Mexico – The Year of Political Shocks Rolls On
Mexico voted on Sunday and the polls going into Sunday’s vote were not wrong. The current vote count shows that a majority 53% voted for Obrador’s left-wing Monero. Can Obrador make a real change in Mexico?Read More
A Golden Opportunity for Climate Change…
The precious metals industry is not immune to criticism – and has been looking into new methods of exploration which do not involve racking environments which ultimately glean no result.Read More
This Is What The Bank For International Settlements Thinks About Bitcoin
The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) released a 24-page publication on Sunday, through which it pointed out that Bitcoin has had some major faults that have prevented it from reaching expected heights.Read More
How US Tariffs Will Affect Canada and Australia?
With the US now imposing steel tariffs on Canada, Mexico, and the European Union, while exempting Australia, South Korea, Brazil, and Argentina – what does this mean for the Canadian stock markets, and what will happen to the Australian markets, if Australia gets hit with the steel tariffs?Read More
5 Upcoming ICOs to look at
The ICO phenomenon is spreading widely around the world. ICOs have become very accessible thanks to the ERC-20 tokens, which run on Ethereum blockchain. But there are so many ICOs, how do you pick which to invest in? That’s a tough question. In the following article, we chose five upcomingRead More
Ethereum (ETH) vs EOS (EOS) – Which One Will Win In The End?
One of the obvious differences between Ethereum (ETH) and EOS (EOS) is age. While EOS came into being in 2017, Ethereum has been around since 2014 and that is significant in the cryptocurrency space. Being the newer blockchain, EOS was meant to be an improvement on Ethereum.Read More
Three Reasons Not to Panic When the Crypto Market is Down
From bear markets, to bull markets, to HODLing and shorting, it seems there are countless terms to describe both the volatility in the crypto world as well as the strategies for navigating around it.Read More
What Happens if Italy Leaves the Euro?
Though there still remains a significant amount of uncertainty, recent populist movements in Italy have created the possibility of ending the national use of the Euro. Naturally, as a nation of over 60 million and the third largest nation in the Eurozone (after Germany and France), Italy’s abandonment of theRead More