Its Goodbye Jamaica National Commercial Bank …or is it?

After several months of trying to reactivate a dormant account in person at a branch where I still had two active existing accounts I decided to write this letter to them. “I think it may be in the best interest of all parties if I just completely close down all three accounts at your bankContinue reading “Its Goodbye Jamaica National Commercial Bank …or is it?”

The Case against (… and for) Basic Universal Income

I always love listening to the stunningly beautiful Sorelle Amore via her YouTube channel where she proves beyond any shadow of a doubt that she is way more than a pretty face. An extremely successful investor and entrepreneur and one of the few remaining fearless journalists exposing the flaws, threats and dangers of the worldContinue reading “The Case against (… and for) Basic Universal Income”

Where to put that bit of money that you could afford to lose

Trudeau spilt the beans about where the whole financial banking system seems to be heading, absolute financial control, where the banks via our governments get to decide not only whether you can access and spend your hard earned money or not but also exactly how you can spend it. The silence of Western governments toContinue reading “Where to put that bit of money that you could afford to lose”

A Raoul Pal take on the Metaverse

Sidetracked once again with his personal take on what the Metaverse is and will become in our imminent future. Something a that is way more than a,  ‘ready player one world, a Dystopia.’ The whole interview is a must watch for the serious crypto investor.  According to Raoul, it is a world where everyone automaticallyContinue reading “A Raoul Pal take on the Metaverse”

The greatest risk is not to take one.

When large members of the general population think about Crypto and Bitcoin they think about ‘get rich quick’ schemes, leveraged trading where incredible gains are made on coins that have absolutely no intrinsic value and stories of traders getting completely wrecked by ‘longing’ Bitcoin. “Way too many risks”,”This is not the place for mature, responsibleContinue reading “The greatest risk is not to take one.”

What is Bitcoin today according to Lyn Alden

I know I am still infatuated with this woman’s incredible macroeconomic knowledge and her very analytical dissection of both current economic issues and strategies being used to control it.  One of the things I have always noted about Lyn is her absolute political neutrality and seeming refusal to get emotionally charged or excited about anyContinue reading “What is Bitcoin today according to Lyn Alden”

Everything you need to know about Fractional Reserve Banking.

All credits: Genesis Mining on the Medium platform.  Why should this subject even interest you? Well unless you have absolutely no savings in a bank, it should because it explains how much of your money actually still (or was) stored there. The only addition I can add to this very well written 12 November 2019Continue reading “Everything you need to know about Fractional Reserve Banking.”

Risk free return investment strategy is a guaranteed lost on investment return

A year ago the world went into lockdown and investors anxiously watched how the stock market price index seemed to be falling off a cliff’s edge. A large majority of shares and indices lost 40% of their value within a few weeks and seriously questioned the continued existence of complete industries in our world economy.Continue reading “Risk free return investment strategy is a guaranteed lost on investment return”

Profits, ownership, taxes and lawsuits

You made a killing on the stock market or your new online business last year, great but don’t forget about those taxes. And if anyone knows about taxes and lawsuits it’s Robert Kowasaki but actually he doesn’t its his advisors that know everything. Living true to his philosophy of surrounding himself with people who areContinue reading “Profits, ownership, taxes and lawsuits”