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💸 Value and it’s problems

22 Mar 2021 2 minute read 0 comments Stuart Hollinger

Inquiring into value — Stuart Value in monetary terms is required for society’s to operate because it is a measure of the benefits that are produced. Therefore, we have the ability to measure the worth of the cash in terms of what it can produce. O...

♻️ The Future of Ownerless Liquidity

20 Mar 2021 4 minute read 0 comments Stuart Hollinger

Refining The Community Reinvestment Act — Stuart Ownerless liquidity is the ultimate arbitrator in a world of infinite potential. It is a natural law in its own right. It is not a consequence of the lack of regulation. Ownerless liquidity can provide...

Financial Aid from China and the United States

18 Mar 2021 3 minute read 0 comments Juan Molina

The year 2010. With its rising economy and state-owned corporations seeking to expand globally, China set its sights on geographic area, a locality starved for capital however wealthy in natural resources that the Asian large lacked. The result: a re...

UK Exports to EU Drops 40.7% in January 2021

12 Mar 2021 1 minute read 0 comments AverageVancouverite

According to the Office for National Statistics (ONS), goods exports from the United Kingdom to the European Union dropped by 40.7% in January while imports fell by 28.8%, marking the largest drop since records began in 1997. The ONS says that the dr...

Markets fall at the behest of Powell`s comment.

23 Feb 2021 3 minute read 2 comments elpis

Markets have started fearing inflation. Inflation should have made a visible impact 6 months ago had Fed & ECB did not resort to more printing of bills. Let us remind ourselves why we are in this situation we are in?  There is a virus that apparently...

Covid and post-Covid: a personal reflection

21 Feb 2021 1 minute read 4 comments lemming

These reflections arise from the observation that more and more people (politicians, economists, administrators, ordinary people, ...) on television, in newspapers, or even on the street are increasingly referring to or asking themselves when the eme...

Bitcoin as a hedge

19 Feb 2021 2 minute read 0 comments krillAF

Retail adoption of Bitcoin has never been higher.  Investors all over the world are directing their capital towards Bitcoin, however, for most of these new investors, Bitcoin is not the only asset in their portfolio. Many hold some combination of sto...

From Bioeconomics to Degrowth (Mauro Bonaiuti)

19 Feb 2021 11 minute read 0 comments rhyzom

Link to full paper here: Mauro Bonaiuti The first conclusion is that the basic objective of the economic process, i.e. the unlimited growth of production and consumption, in being founded on the use of non-renewable sources of matter/energy, contra...

Can inequality be good?

17 Feb 2021 1 minute read 1 comment Retaliator

Inequality Lately, I've been taking a look at Inequality and what creates it, now we'll explore what in what ways can Inequality actually be a good thing. Inequality is natural Inequality is to be expected, no matter the way we structure our society....

Profit or Wealth maximization?

8 Feb 2021 3 minute read 1 comment niallon11

When learning about financial management for any entity the end goal is always assumed to be maximizing the stakeholders wealth. If that entity is a shareholder, company or individual the assumption is that profit is the desired goal.   I know t...