Author: Capitalist Exploits

It’s BIN A Rough Week

It’s BIN A Rough Week

…and it’s only getting worse. Bin, by the way, means “son of” in Arabic. This is why there are “Bins” here, there, and everywhere scattered across the Middle East. And some of them are having a rough week. In particular: […]

The Year Was 1989…

The Year Was 1989…

These folks were probably worth more than Justin Bieber. This industry is projected to double in size from $22 billion to an estimated $44 billion And this guy was still alive… and even though dressed like a peacock, amazingly popular. […]

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Jamie Dimon Should Learn About Lemons

A tale of two James’. What does this guy: Captain James Cook …have in common with this guy: Two things: Same first name, and similar opportunities. Let me explain. Captain James was probably just another ruffian salty with poor hygiene […]

What Would You Do In This Situation?

What Would You Do In This Situation?

Kyrgyzstan: Does this place become Venezuela or Hong Kong? Or something in between? My buddy Kuppy was just there on his way through to look for opportunities in Greece. What he found was pretty interesting… not least because to a certain […]

We Have Met The Enemy… And He Is Us

We Have Met The Enemy… And He Is Us

Warning: I’m going to jump all over the show today. Live with it. When your umbilical cord was severed, and you’d only just entered this world, you had approximately 100 billion brain cells. At some point in the future (hopefully very […]

SDR: The New Global Currency

SDR: The New Global Currency

Bollocks! Hi there, I’ve been hearing a lot from private bankers lately (they’re always trying to flog you product), though the topic being discussed amongst themselves is that of the SDR going mainstream, and they’ve been asking my opinion. [REITs] […]

Warning: Danger Lurks Here

Warning: Danger Lurks Here

Take a look at the volume of stocks listed vs. indexes listed going all the way back to the days of bellbottoms, loud hair, and orange wallpaper. Since 1995, the supply of stocks, particularly in the US, has been shrinking […]