We are still early in this carnival of wild speculation.
Pandemics have a way of shifting the course of history, and not always in a manner immediately evident. We’ve crossed some chasm by directly giving money to people.
Investors should be on guard for a more volatile and disruptive phase ahead.
American civilization like any other is a transitory thing. But the effort to meet the challenge of the rising East may yet reinvigorate it.
Even after 50 years, the ICT revolution is far from complete. As we look ahead, a green socially sustainable golden age is technologically possible.
It will take years, rather than months, of a dismaying cycle in which cases subside and surge before we achieve global immunity, even after inoculation.
We continue the conversation daily in our members-only Slack group. Here’s a summary of the most helpful insights gained from the community last month.
“One of the leading causes of the shift of American values and the destruction of the American dream was the rise of corporations.”
Contrary to popular belief, inflation will not be a defining issue for the coming year. The Fed won’t hike interest rates.
A 1.5 percent yield on the 10-year Treasury in a time of rapidly accelerating inflation. Is there anything more perplexing?