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AP claims that China denies halting of U.S. Treasury purchases, citing “fake news” — but that doesn’t change anything

Yesterday, I posted an article from Bloomberg that made a haste claim that economic advisors in China were recommending halting the purchase of U.S. treasuries.

On the same day, an Associated Press article claims it was fake news.

Clearly, between the two news outlets, one of them is lying (a persistent problem lately, it appears).  The mainstream media h… Read more

China makes their move on the world chess board. What will be the U.S. and Federal Reserve’s response?

With U.S. markets and arrogance at record highs, China thinks now is the right time to go for a king side attack and checkmate.

On the world chess board, Trump and his administration have went all-in on their persuasive strategy to attract as many investors to the U.S., verbally claiming full ownership of the economy realistically propped up by decades of Key… Read more

Looking ahead to 2018: a continuation of the Gilded age in North America

Particularly in the U.S., whose markets have thrived under a psychological uptick from Trump and the current administration, I fully expect to witness the historical pattern that accompanies my “psychology in the short term, fundamentals in the long” economic mantra.

While people are spending like no tomorrow with the hope of future earni… Read more

“Lose Bigly” later: facts in a world where only persuasion matters

Scott Adams, author of Dilbert and self-proclaimed hypnotist, believes that persuasion is the dictating force in a world where facts don’t matter.

I largely believe he is right. However, I believe that psychology is what influences the short-term future. In the long term, the trend is dictated by facts and fundamentals.

We are talking about the tre… Read more