I’ve spent a lot of time discussing the state of affairs in our global financial system. The problems are significant to say the least, and understanding them is the first step towards protecting ourselves from the consequences and naturally profiting from them. What we cannot and must not lose sight
It was my daughter’s 10th birthday on the weekend and, aside from a raft of giggling girls high on sugar, there was a standout gift from Mum and Dad that featured. A pair of soccer boots? Yeah, I know. She’s a girl and soccer is a boys’ sport, but this
Prosthetic eyeballs go for anywhere from $2,000 to $9,000 at an ocularist. You’ll be thanking me for this information, as the US election ramps into high gear and the deluge of political propaganda, I mean advertising, puts sane people everywhere at severe risk of stabbing their own eyes out with knitting
Paris. Beirut. Egypt. San Bernardino. These are just a few of the terrorist attacks that happened over the past few weeks. Terrorism is making headlines again while ISIL makes for a great conversation starter. The threat today seems more real than ever, despite more than $1.7 trillion spent on fighting terrorism over the
Years ago I had the misfortune of sitting adjacent a colleague who was a pretentious moron. We were both young and of no real importance at the investment bank which had hired us. This particular guy became so entranced with the absurd things that rich people with more money than
Recently I read how Uber is blitzing London’s black cabbies. God, it couldn’t have come sooner! I spent my 20s living in London and whenever I landed up taking a black cab in London it was usually after I’d had too many drinks and my cognitive powers had gone kaput.