Daily Archives: August 25, 2016

WSJ: Years of Fed missteps have fueled disillusion

Adoration and confidence in central banks, finance and politicians as they enabled and rode the debt bubble up was misplaced and undeserved.  Now buried under the debt weight of our past consumption, rock bottom rates and yields are serving to … Continue reading

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Ted: how block chain is changing finance and business

What is the blockchain? If you don’t know, you should; if you do, chances are you still need some clarification on how it actually works. Don Tapscott is here to help, demystifying this world-changing, trust-building technology which, he says, represents … Continue reading

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Ney: climate change will continue to devalue coastal real estate

The most highly valued realty in the world is built along continental coasts, and climate change will continue to devalue and erode it;  believe it or not. The Science Guy himself Bill Nye was brought in to CNN’s New Day … Continue reading

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Ecology trumps human constructs

At the age of 80, David Suzuki admits we’ve won some battles in the fight against climate change, but so far, we’ve lost the war. Still, the Canadian scientist and environmental activist says it’s not too late. In an interview … Continue reading

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Big oil going down in a blaze of debt

The world’s largest fossil fuel companies, Exxon Shell, BP and Chevron have more than doubled their debt levels since oil prices turned down in 2014. Unfortunately they have not borrowed to proactively reinvent themselves into cutting edge energy companies focused … Continue reading

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