“Fascism should more properly be called corporatism since it is the merger of the state and corporate power.” – Benito Mussolini Let’s go through insurers. This is important because it provides us with some means to understand a potential road map of how we’re likely to see all of this play
GiveSendGo CEO Sends Gateway Pundit Exclusive Statement: Fundraising Platform Sees MASSIVE Surge in Traffic and One Million in Donations to Canadian Truckers in 12 Hours! – Relentless DDOS Bot Attacks But it didn’t end there: Trudeau vows to freeze anti-mandate protesters’ bank accounts – BBC News The gloves are now
We argued before in these missives that magazine covers are one of the best contrarian indicators out there. This time around, we take our cues from last weekend’s Super Bowl, namely the myriad of crypto ads. The fact that it was called “the Crypto Bowl” in the popular press speaks
Russia produces roughly two-thirds of the world’s ammonia nitrate. Russia introduces export ban on ammonium nitrate for two months — government – Business & Economy – TASS Russia imposed a ban on ammonium nitrate export for two months, until April 2, the government’s press service said on Tuesday. “The two-month
Here’s a fun EV fact. To match the 2,000 cars that a typical filling station can service in 12 hours, an EV charging station requires 600 50-kW chargers at an estimated cost of $24 million and a supply of 30 megawatts of power from the grid. For. Each. Filling. Station.
We’ve got our fair share of risk at the moment. More than our fair share, really. In private conversations with Glenorchy Capital clients, one topic that often comes up is how to manage currency and banking risks. Say, for example, you’re banking in Germany, and you’re worried about the euro
PUTTING THE DOT IN DOT-COM If you’ve been around during the dot-com craze, you’ll remember market darling Sun Microsystems. “We put the dot in dot-com” was their marketing slogan. As it turned out, they really did put the dot in dot-com (though not in the way they’d probably hoped). This