Thus far, the ups and downs of global financial markets have been playing out fairly closely to my predictions during the perfect financial storm that has materialized to begin this year, so let’s summarize my thoughts over the past several weeks before discussing my thoughts about the future (by the way, you can always read … Continue reading skwealthacademy’s Perfect Financial Storm Predictions and What’s Ahead
The progression of reporting about coronavirus in Asia went from underreported to hysteria to finally a balance between the hysteria and the dismissal of it as a serious threat. Currently, I believe that Westerners are in the first stage of reporting that occurred in Asia regarding Covid-19 in which they are underestimating the threat of … Continue reading Are Westerners Underestimating the Threat of Coronavirus? A Look at Facts v. Myth on the Ground in Asia
We all know that Henry Kissinger famously stated in an interview, shortly after Barack Obama was elected President of the United States in 2009, that a crisis should be viewed as a “great opportunity” to implement massive changes that otherwise would not be accepted under normal societal conditions. Author Naomi Klein also discussed this subject … Continue reading Could Central Bankers Scapegoat Coronavirus for the Next Imminent Global Economic Crisis?
It is highly likely that the economic consequences of the Wuhan coronavirus is being vastly underreported. The effects of the Wuhan coronavirus has hit the Shanghai Stock Exchange, with worries about the virus stymying growth in China dropping the SSE by more than 14% earlier this month before rebounding slightly recently. Companies that will likely … Continue reading The Underreported Economic Consequences of the Wuhan Coronavirus