Global Dominance Via Stocks

Global Dominance Via Stocks, Not War

Dear fellow investors,

In the 1960’s, the slogan “Make Love, Not War” became a rally cry for anti-war protestors, but also typified their free love expression. They used the slogan to explain the harshness of the situation in Vietnam and to be countercultural to the capitalist and traditional way of life they saw in American society. While this was countercultural for its time, a recent Goldman Sachs piece titled “Why Technology is not a bubble” shows how today’s circumstances are contrary to rationale.1 Their work shows a contrast between the pricing of stocks to the economic . . .


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