Category: Financial Markets

Risk, Loss, And The Butcher Of Prague

In this line of work I have been fortunate to meet some of the most interesting and intelligent folks to walk this planet. One such gent I’ve more recently had the pleasure of speaking with on a regular basis is the extraordinarily eloquent mind of Tim Price of Price Value

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Financial Markets
Chris MacIntosh

One More Reason To Go East

Thousands of listed companies are being told to get woke, or else. Nasdaq is yet another player in an ever growing list of Western Corporates to cave to the new religion… increasing the appetite for capital to go East, where it is treated better.

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Agriculture
Chris MacIntosh

A Giant Bubble in Nonsense

That’s what Eric Weinstein calls it. To be more accurate: “We are in the middle of a giant bubble of nonsense that is 50 years in the making in my estimation” Speaking of nonsense I’ve previously discussed the ESG movement on this site. ESG stands for Environmental, Social and Governance.

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Financial Markets
Chris MacIntosh

When Trust Evaporates

I thought I’d compare the current Wuhan zombie apocalypse bat virus to that of SARS and see what is similar this time around…and what is not. Now, I’m not going to get into which virus wins the “I killed more faster”, (thus far, it was SARS with a fatality rate

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