The word ‘peak’ has been a favorite to place in front of commodities as oil, gold and more. There are plenty things written about peak oil, peak gold and many more. Peak oil or peak gold is suggesting scarcity by a destruction or serious shrinking of supply of a particular commodity. Now comes the irony: … Continue reading How peak government shaped the renewable energy day dream
I came across an interview of Art Berman, an oil expert by George Gammon worth listening. Some important insights are discussed about oil that you won’t hear via highly politicalized mainstream media touting solar, wind and electric cars as ultimate longer term solutions. First I share some of my own thoughts. Energy supply and … Continue reading Insights on renewable energy and oil that you won’t hear on mainstream media.
Ongoing government and central bank interventions has transitioned the economy and financial markets into zero sum games. It means that profits are private but losses and risks are transferred to the public. Profits are made at a high cost, by putting society in a position of disadvantage. These are no longer markets based on exchange … Continue reading The madness of ‘zero sum game’ world
If there was still any doubt that western socialist governments are not in a bubble yet, well I can say that there’s no reason left over to keep that doubt alive. They are into a big bubble! In socialist paradise they usually sell you that education, health care, and other welfare programs are free. Even … Continue reading The ultimate Socialist Paradise of Free money
For years I’ve been listening to deflationists, a narrative that is especially popular under dollar bulls. The deflation narrative makes little to no sense to me. In this blog I’ll explain why deflationist Dollar bulls could be wrong. Deflationists do think that there will be a 1929 - 1933 type of deflationary crisis again some … Continue reading The Dollar deflation myth unraveled; a big picture view
My real education started were it starts probably for everyone who leaves college or university; at the job. At he job I learned that it was hard, if not impossible to act as an independent scientific researcher doing a job in a political context. In the real world, science is not the centre of the … Continue reading How government really works
Last week I came across this comment on the December 2019 Federal Reserve meeting: “The bar for lower interest rates and monetary inflation via repo and assets purchases is exceedingly low while bar for future rate increases and monetary restraint very high”. This is an interesting statement. First, it shows that expansion is easy. It’s … Continue reading Why it’s hard to escape the vicious circle of failing organizational and monetary reforms.
“The mind, once stretched by a new idea, never returns to its original dimensions" ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson The aim of this blog is to give insights on big picture thinking and will be broad scoped. It are views that are just my take, nothing more, nothing less and certainty not a complete and whole … Continue reading Why this blog? An Introduction