Archive | December 23, 2020


Rheinmetall Gets Ten Year Contract For Bundeswehr Tank Munitions

I want to be very clear that I do NOT give financial advice. However, one of the companies I have noted to watch is Rheinmetall because of her relationship with the German government, and given the current trends toward militarism, there is a chance that she might become the prime company involved in driving a […]

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“Vidya” Now Replaces Movies, Sports As A Bigger Market

Earlier in 2020, I commented on an article of how sports events are becoming a thing of the past, with a disproportionately Boomer-heavy market, and getting weaker with each generation after. This has put sports marketers into a crisis position, wondering what to do with the billions of dollars that go through the industry each […]

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Where’s My MAGA Money?

Trump recently declared, as reported by many news outlets, such as CNBC, that he is not satisfied with the Democrat-supported bill giving $600 to qualifying Americans. Instead, Trump has declared he wants it to be $2000 per person. President Donald Trump is demanding lawmakers raise the second round of stimulus checks to $2,000 per person, […]

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Congress Will Approve Another Round Of “Helicopter Money”

After the TARP bailouts of 2007 and 2008, some financial commentators said that the government might as well throw money out of a helicopter, because the profuse amounts of printing was pointing, as a joke but also with a serious note, in that direction. One cannot print one’s way to wealth- unless by wealth one […]

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