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Nick Giambruno

Editor, International Man Nick has a long-held passion for internationalization. He has lived in Europe and worked in the Middle East. Most recently in Beirut and Dubai, where he worked as a research analyst covering Middle East and North Africa equities for an investment bank. Nick is a CFA charterholder and holds a Bachelor's Degree in Finance, summa cum laude. He is a contributor to and investment analyst for The Casey Report and editor at International Man.

Homepage: http://www.caseyresearch.com/go/bwtCP/NIT

I Need to Tell You the Strangest Thing Doug Casey and I Learned in Ukraine

This is not fiction… It’s not a conspiracy theory… It’s a plausible explanation for a mysterious event that actually happened. On the evening of May 28, 1993, an enormous blast rocked the Australian Outback. It measured 3.9 on the Richter scale and sent shock waves out hundreds of miles. Truck drivers and gold prospectors in […]

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This Sector Is Set to Deliver 20-to-1 Returns… and That’s Just From the “Bad” Companies

“It was the single most important financial event of my career.” That’s what my friend Rick Rule of Sprott Global recently told me of his experience in the uranium market. Rick was referring to Paladin Energy, a uranium company that leaped from one penny to $10 per share during uranium’s last bull market. That’s a […]

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How to Find the Best Offshore Banks

It’s hard to think of a topic where following conventional wisdom is more dangerous. That topic is banking. The general public and most financial experts accept as absolute truth that putting your money in a domestic bank is safe and responsible. After all, the government insures your deposits, so if anything were to go wrong… […]

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Donald Trump, Saudi Arabia, and the Petrodollar

Obama pulled out his veto pen 12 times during his presidency. Congress only overrode him once… In late 2016, Obama vetoed the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA). The bill would allow 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia in US courts. With only months left in office, Obama wasn’t worried about the political price […]

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The War on Some Drugs

Drugs are a charged subject everywhere. Longtime readers know that although I personally abstain from drugs and generally eschew the company of users, I think they should be 100% legal. Few people consider how arbitrary the current prohibition is; up until the 1920s, heroin and cocaine were both perfectly legal and easily obtainable over the […]

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Trump Left Saudi Arabia Off His Immigration Ban… Here’s the Shocking Reason Why

On August 15, 1971, President Nixon killed the last remnants of the gold standard. It was one of the most significant events in US history—on par with the 1929 stock market crash, JFK’s assassination, or the 9/11 attacks. Yet most people know nothing about it. Here’s what happened… After World War 2, the US had […]

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Will Donald Trump Reverse the War on Cash?

I recently sat down with my friend Jason Burack from Wall St for Main St. Jason and I had an in-depth discussion on the decline of globalism, the War on Cash, and more. I think you’ll enjoy our conversation. Until next time, Nick Giambruno Senior Editor International Man   Jason Burack: It seems that globalism […]

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Is It Time to Escape to Your Personal Alamo?

Doug Casey, Jeff Thomas, and Nick Giambruno recently discussed a topic they all think about often—pulling the trigger and leaving your home country to sit out an economic or political crisis. Nick Giambruno: It seems like each week there’s a new attack or mass shooting. Racial tensions are on the rise. Europe is experiencing a […]

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The 2017 “Davos Consensus”—More Welfare and Warfare

“It’s a big club and you ain’t in it!” I often think of these words, spoken by the great comedian George Carlin, when I read about the World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, Switzerland. Every year, global elites descend on Davos to discuss the big issues of the day in a Bilderberg-like conclave. This year, […]

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Trump and a New Gold-Backed Dollar

On August 15, 1971, President Nixon killed the last remnants of the gold standard. Since then, the dollar has been a pure fiat currency, allowing the Fed to print as many dollars as it pleases. Removing the US dollar’s last link to gold eliminated the main motivation for foreign countries to store large dollar reserves […]

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