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Technology Gets to Work

Technology Gets to Work

Technology is changing our relationship with work at ever faster rates. This creates structural dislocations in the labour market which show up in GDP numbers. As investors, our challenge is to understand this change, try and forecast it if we can, and then profit from it with some tactical risk taking.
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The European Union’s Unstated Ambitions

What are the real motives of the European Union today? It may have started as a peace project. But it’s turned into a power project. To oppose the EU is not to be ‘Eurosceptic.’ It’s to be a realist about the nature of centralised power.
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72% Less Income for Savers and a Right to be Angry

In 2008 a saver was receiving $7,250 for every $100,000 invested. Today the same $100,000 gives our poor (and getting poorer) savers a measly $2,000.
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The Latest (and Dumbest) Central Bank Fraud

When the price of new money — as set by the Fed to its best customers — is almost zero, who knows what other things are worth?
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When it Comes to Interest Rates, Economists are Stupid

Calling for an immediate interest rate cut is more bank economist insanity. Has anyone stopped to ask what got us into this hole in the first place? Low interest rates! They encouraged the accumulation of massive amounts of debt, and a huge misallocation of capital.
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