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Trump Brings Best Christmas In U.S. History – $800 Billion Sales By MasterCard

You may not like his big mouth. You may not like his provocative tweets. You may not like his funny hairstyle. Heck, you may not even like that he has a gorgeous wife. But by now, it’s hard to deny that Donald Trump is good for business. For close to a year, the U.S. president […]

... written on Dec 27 2017

Robert Kuok – How Chinese Become Amazing Economic Ants Despite Poverty & Discrimination

China is today the world’s biggest economy. But the Middle Kingdom didn’t transform itself into a wealthy nation overnight without lifting a finger. It had been invaded and colonised by various empires – from Mongolia to Manchuria, Russia, United States, Britain, France, Italy, Germany and Japan. Amazingly, the Chinese didn’t perish but emerge stronger over […]

... written on Nov 27 2017

Mugabe Granted Immunity – It Pays To Become A Ruthless, Brutal & Corrupt Dictator

What does Malaysian Mahathir Mohamad, Filipino Ferdinand Marcos, Egyptian Hosni Mubarak, Indonesian Suharto and now Zimbabwean Robert Mugabe has in common? They were all once dictators who ruled with iron fist without regards to basic human rights. More importantly they were highly corrupted dictators who get to retire – fabulously rich.   Mahathir retired after […]

... written on Nov 24 2017

Fails To Form Government – Merkel’s 4th Term As Germany Chancellor In Jeopardy

Angela Merkel was a very unhappy woman on Sunday, and who could blame her. In spite of winning the federal elections on September 2017, her chance to become the German Chancellor for the fourth term has hit the wall, for now. While it was a victory, her CDU-CSU (Christian Democratic Union-Christian Social Union) alliance received […]

... written on Nov 20 2017

These 2 Signals Have Flashed – Could Be The End Of Bull Stock Market

U.S. stocks closed lower Wednesday – both Dow and S&P 500 – suffered their biggest one-day percentage drops since September. The Dow fell 138.19 points while the S&P 500 lost 14.25 points. That wasn’t too bad considering both plunges were less than 1%. But the issue here is they crashed primarily due to a sudden […]

... written on Nov 16 2017

Here’s How Oil Could Crash To $10 – In 6 To 8 Years

Russia’s Finance Minister Anton Siluanov has revealed that after the global crude oil meltdown, Kremlin is ready for reality. As one of the world’s largest producers of crude oil, Russia was badly hit when the oil prices plunged in 2014. Russian ruble lost more than 120% against the American dollar in July 2014 alone. And […]

... written on Oct 16 2017

Congrats Merkel, You Drove Your Alliance To Their Worst Result Since 1949

As anticipated, Angela Merkel’s CDU-CSU (Christian Democratic Union-Christian Social Union) alliance won the German election on Sunday. Although she is set to be re-elected as German chancellor for a 4th term in office, the woman who was blamed for welcoming over 1-million refugees – mostly Muslims – into the country has very little to celebrate. […]

... written on Sep 25 2017

North Korea’s 10 Clever Tactics To Evade Economic Sanctions

Something is terribly wrong with the way economic sanctions are being slapped on North Korea. When it comes to dealing with North Korea’s nuclear weapons program, international community especially the United Nations and the United States hope sanctions are a useful tool to bring Kim Jong-un to his knees. However, the reverse is true and now the world is […]

... written on Sep 19 2017

Invasion Of China Empire – They’re Now Targeting European, Especially Financial Powerhouse

Over the centuries, the Empire of China has risen only to be invaded, humiliated, disintegrated and demolished, before rising again. And like many past – and ancient – dynasties and kingdoms, China today is experiencing the same cycle all over again – the rise after the humiliating fall of its dominance in the world economy. […]

... written on Sep 12 2017

U.S. Household Debt Hits Record $12.84 Trillion – China Top Owner Of I.O.U. Papers

Throughout the first 10 months of fiscal 2017 (Oct 2016 to July 2017), the U.S. federal government collected record amounts of taxes – both individual income taxes and payroll taxes – to the tune of US$2.288 trillion. They collected US$1,312,691,000,000 in individual income taxes and US$976,278,000,000 in Social Security and other payroll taxes.   However, […]

... written on Aug 16 2017









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