Australian Economic Slowdown – A Pile of Debt and Frugal Consumers

Despite what the Treasurer might say, Australia’s economy has slowed to its slowest pace since the year 2000. GDP expanded by 0.5% over the June quarter and 1.4% over the year, which is equal to the worst annual growth rate since the aftermath of the global financial crisis in the September quarter of 2009. To […]

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Real Estate & Shadow Banking – India’s looming crisis | Ep.90 #TheDeshBhakt with Akash Banerjee

With a heavy heart and tears in their eyes, these people have only one question. Will they get their homes or not? In Delhi NCR’s Noida you can often see such protests No. No. No. Don’t mistake these people for JNU’s tukde tukde gang. They are neither student protestors, nor political party workers. Probably, that’s […]

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The Impending Jobs Crisis, Debt Crisis, Big Tech’s Future, & Active Management (w/ John Mauldin)

Grant Williams: All right, John Mauldin, it’s that time of year again. We’re back for the Strategic Investment Conference. John Mauldin: That was last week. I know, right? Was that a year? It’s crazy. God. It’s crazy. You and I seem to find ourselves in the same ZIP code so often around the world. And […]

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