via mises: The current boom is heavily built on credit. This is because in today’s fiat money regime central banks, in close cooperation with commercial banks, increase the quantity of money … Read more
by visualcapitalist As of 2018, there is a grand total of 198,342 ultra high net worth individuals (UHNWIs) globally with assets over US$30 million, according to the most recent edition of … Read more
by Geoffrey Grider It’s no surprise that International Holocaust Remembrance Day came and went this year with nary a peep from the Democratic Party, although it was recognized by President Trump. … Read more
by Michael Snyder If you add together all of the money owned by the poorest 3.8 billion people living on this planet, it would roughly equal the wealth controlled by … Read more
by: Vicki Batts (Natural News) As the dawn of the next generation of the internet, 5G, approaches, proponents of the new technology can’t seem to stop singing its praises. Faster … Read more
75% of the ultra-rich forecast a US recession in the next two years, survey finds from CNBC. Of those expecting an economic downturn in the U.S., a fifth of … Read more
by Michael Snyder If you could live forever, would you do it? Throughout history, money has allowed the elite to buy just about anything they want – except an escape … Read more
www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oq4OA8O16rE Alex Jones exposes the ultra-rich elites’ tax scheme that exploits the poorest members of American society and demonizes moderately ‘rich’ people to cover their own tax breaks.
Keeping children cocooned in ultra-clean homes away from other youngsters could trigger childhood leukaemia, a landmark study suggests. A major new analysis by Britain’s leading leukaemia expert has concluded a deadly … Read more
www.youtube.com/watch?v=c4iETzjKOTA Matt Bracken breaks down the Iran Deal and much more on the Alex Jones Show.
by visualcapitalist We’ve recently broken down data on the global population of millionaires by city, and even the residences of the world’s top 50 billionaires. But still, there’s something extremely interesting about dissecting … Read more