The Oil That Sparked The Fire

In this article, we will discuss recent worldwide events, primarily in the Middle East, where oil is a huge commodity, their impact on demand and supply of oil, expected stock prices in the future, and how to make some money.

The Proliferation of Political Polarity

Written by Benjamin Landes. Edited by Christopher Nash.   Two populist candidates are rising in opposite corners of America’s political spectrum.  Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders both promise a major change from politics as usual, but can either of them deliver if elected?  What’s more, do we want them to deliver? What Were We Promised?…

The World’s Conflicts and Wars: A Year in Review

Written by Christopher Putvinski and originally published on The Outsider. Edited by Christopher Nash.   As another year draws to a close, it appears that conflict is only becoming more widespread, not less. The good news is that this is somewhat of an erroneous view of things; as Steven Pinker shows in his book The Better Angels…

Why I’m Swoon For Solar

Written by Christopher Nash.   In this article, I will briefly discuss the Paris Agreement, its possible and probable effect on the Clean Energy Industry, with emphasis on Solar and I will end with a possible business and investment opportunity, which I believe will HIT IT BIG (opinion of course). Remember, energy is usually a long term investment.   The Paris…

Can We Trust China’s Market Analysts?

Written by Christopher Nash.   Read on for more recent statistics. It’s a commonly known fact that China is one of the world’s greatest superpowers; in fact, they are the largest market driver in the world which could explain the recent volatility in the market. Misrepresentation or Lies? China claims their growth rate is ~7%,…

Islamic Militarism: An Economy for Life

Written by Christopher Putvinski and edited by Christopher Nash. It has been almost 13 years to the day since the West, led by the US, invaded Afghanistan to overthrow the Taliban and obliterate al-Qaeda and Islamic terrorism. Even after over a decade of war, the enemy sought all those years ago still pervades throughout the…

Playing By China’s Rules

Written by Christopher Putvinski and originally published on The Outsider.  Edited and co-authored by Christopher Nash.   When traveling to China, one is immediately confronted with the government’s authoritarian reach. The plane lands and you turn on your phone, only to find that your favorite websites–Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Twitter, even Google–are inaccessible, blocked by China’s so-called…