Archives for January, 2014

Thoughts from the Frontline: Forecast 2014 The Human Transformation Revolution

  It is that time of the year when we peer into our darkened crystal balls in hopes of seeing portents of the future in the shadowy mists. This year I see three distinct wisps of vapor coalescing in the coming years. Each deserves its own treatment, so this year the annual forecast issue will […]

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Thoughts from the Frontline: Forecast 2014: The Human Transformation Revolution

  It is that time of the year when we peer into our darkened crystal balls in hopes of seeing portents of the future in the shadowy mists. This year I see three distinct wisps of vapor coalescing in the coming years. Each deserves its own treatment, so this year the annual forecast issue will […]

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New Trend Guarantees Higher Gold Prices

If you’re like me, you’ve bought gold due to the money printing policies of most developed countries and the effect those policies will have on the future purchasing power of our paper money. Probably also because there’s no viable way for governments to escape the consequences of all the debt they’ve piled up. And maybe […]

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The Ultimate Layer of Financial Protection

From international real estate to international government regulation to international business, Nick Giambruno, the senior editor of International Man is the go-to guy. While my passport is good for another eight years, I’m sure he has to replace his annually. Nick has recently been traveling with legendary investor, Doug Casey, and I had the opportunity […]

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Things That Make You Go Hmmm: That Was The Weak That Worked: Part I

  By Grant Williams   |   December 30, 2013 2013 saw the passing of many beloved celebrities, but one who perhaps seemed to receive less attention than merited was Sir David Paradine Frost, who died of a heart attack, aged 74, whilst aboard the MS Queen Elizabeth, where he had been due to give a speech […]

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