Economic realities can help us understand the war in Ukraine and what happens next [🔒]
The EU is leading efforts to destroy the Russian economy. This does not help Ukrainians and will likely accelerate the events Superbubble anticipates: the transition to a new monetary order.
Putin's war in Ukraine dominates the news. Western politicians respond by intervening in financial systems they don't understand. [🔒]
A quick note on a 'golden jubilee'. August 15th 1971 was day the US government refused to pay its debts, fixed the world monetary system in its favour, and blew the US dollar Superbubble we inhabit today.
Purchases, repatriations, audits … The world's central banks are increasingly interested in owning—and demonstrating ownership—of physical gold.
This post is not about football. It’s about the recent ‘peasant revolt’ – yet another anti-elite uprising that reflects the extremely shaky state of the global currency system.
There are serious problems in the plumbing of the US financial system. This short overview shows a system getting closer to failure.
The most interesting economic question of 2020 involves Donald J. Trump (as usual)
This was a Twitter thread [https://twitter.com/TheSuperbubble/status/1099448820784599041]. It offers great wisdom and some things to think about as we warm up for the next global debt crisis. After reading you will see that the English-speaking, and Eurasian nations are on very different economic paths. And that
Are the world's major producers of natural resources and manufactured goods plotting an alternative to the US dollar? Here's the evidence …