Not sure what the name of this post should be, but when you really think about it, money is being printed at all times (across the globe) which is removing capitalism. In a normal capitalistic country, failed companies would go bankrupt. These failed companies would then be purchased (the assets) and run by someone else. […]
With the economy practically shut down, we think it’s the best time in history to get ahead. Most people are getting fat and watching television re-runs all day. If that is the decision making tree for the majority, you couldn’t ask for a better set up. Sadly, we’ve found that most people enjoy memorizing random […]
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We try to do these once or twice a year and its a good time for an update. Noticing these types of things can help you save time, meet the right people and avoid arguments. During the pandemic, people are forced to communicate remotely and the word choices that people make will highlight how they […]
Feel free to ignore this post at your own risk. We won’t argue with you. You’ll see why in the post. If you’ve lived long enough to see hundreds of irrational and illogical decisions made by people, you’ll build a new framework for how they tick. If you want the summary, everything you learned about […]
For one reason or another, we’re getting a lot of questions about decentralized finance. Typically when a new industry is created, it is quite difficult to explain as most people are not involved. For example, the number of people who know the difference between bitcoin and ethereum is likely small. For fun we’ll go ahead […]
For our astute readers, we’ve been missing in action for a couple of weeks as we were finalizing research into the great depression of the 1930s along with the impact of money printing. Some of the things we’re seeing today are eerily similar. In addition to that, a strange dynamic has occurred where parts of […]