Manufacturing PMI Tanking Across The Globe

More than a year ago, we reported that the United States had unilaterally withdrawn from a nuclear agreement with Iran. Q2 hedge fund letters, conference, scoops etc Shortly after this decision, Americans began to impose sanctions on Iran. As a consequence, trade with this country has been prohibited. More important countries of [...]

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Tesla On The Edge Of A Precipice

Media often talk about topics related to Elon Musk. Many of these mentions, however, have little to do with Tesla. One of the most famous was the situation in which Musk lit up marijuana during the interview. However, we would like to focus on the company itself. Especially, because [...]

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When Will The Gold Raise Beyond 1500 USD?

Over the last year, dollar was doing very well, which limited increases in gold prices. However, temporary weakness of the American currency was enough for that metal to immediately rise to its 6-year high. Q2 hedge fund letters, conference, scoops etc Resistance defeated As a reminder: after soaring to all time high [...]

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Central Banks Want To Control Cryptocurrencies

Crypto market has again started raising strong emotions among investors. It is worth noting, however, that ongoing works on the digital currencies implementation into financial system look equally interesting. Q1 hedge fund letters, conference, scoops etc What's next with cryptocurrencies? Previous year brought falling prices among vast majority of cryptocurrencies. The most [...]

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ECB or Fed – who will print more?

Over the last week, markets have been moving mainly due to messages of the European Central Bank and the Federal Reserve. However, single decision of one or the other bank regarding interest rates does not really matter. Much more important are plans and announcements for the following months. Q1 hedge [...]

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Will China And Russia Create SWIFT Equivalent?

Will China and Russia create SWIFT equivalent? SWIFT is an international settlement system, controlled by the United States. It is a kind of economic weapon that allows Americans to blackmail most countries. If cutting off from the system may force country to, for example, trade based on commodities. Q1 hedge fund [...]

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China Crushed By Debt

Over the recent days, financial markets again has been dominated by the ongoing trade war between U.S. and China. However, prolonged negotiations are just one of many unsolved problems in Beijing. Q1 hedge fund letters, conference, scoops etc Donald Trump raises tariffs on Chinese products On Sunday, May 5, President of the [...]

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The ECB Plans Banks Rescue From Reckless Loans

It has been more than four months since the European Central Bank has officially finished currency printing. It would seem that it was a short period of time, and yet bankers were able to prepare themselves for several important changes. Interestingly, the ECB's plans primarily concern the banks rescue. [...]

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US Now At Russia, China Levels Of income Inequality

"The purchase of shares and bonds by central banks is no more than monetary policy for rich people." Steve Eisman Q4 hedge fund letters, conference, scoops etc geralt / Pixabay The last financial crisis lasted roughly 1.5 years. Since March 2009, markets have started to recover substantially. That was the moment when the [...]

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Central Banks: Currency printing is in a full swing

  Q4 hedge fund letters, conference, scoops etc Central Banks: Currency printing is in a full swing Representatives of the central banks over several months have been feeding investors with speeches about normalization of monetary policy and departure from the currency printing. However, reality has shown that limited activity of central banks [...]

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Have Central Banks Lost Credibility?

The beginning of 2019 supposed to be a period of "normalization" in terms of the central banks activities. However, nothing has changed and in reality we are still dealing with the persistent currency printing which is often hidden from the citizens. Q4 hedge fund letters, conference, scoops etc Does the currency [...]

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How Bankers Secured The Impunity

At the end of 2012, the U.S. Department of Justice imposed a fine of 1.9 billion dollars on HSBC, almost 10% of the bank's earnings. That was a cost for supporting drug cartels with money laundering and breaking the sanctions imposed on Iran and Libya. It became clear then, [...]

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Insiders run off the market

Insiders run off the market During the last decade we have experienced many market manipulations in order to inflate share prices of mostly large companies. One of these suspicious activities are buybacks which volume rises year by year, starting from 2009. Within last 12 months the so called share repurchases [...]

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