Author Archives: Danielle Park

Casino cash and the Wall Street billionaires running America

There is no question that Wall Street has been running fiscal and monetary policy for decades, regardless of which party or President has been in power. Some of the more recent big picture connections are discussed in this clip. One … Continue reading

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Introducing Tesla to Grandpa

May we all keep open minds as we age. A commercial real estate broker in Toronto, Canada introduces his 97 Year-Old Grandfather to “the future”. Here is a direct video link.

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Weekend reading: The S&P 500: Just Say No

GMO’s James Mortimer and Matt Kadnar have written a great piece breaking down and comparing ‘relative’ value opportunities in risk assets today. Well worth the time for anyone with savings to shepherd through the world’s presently precarious financial markets. See: … Continue reading

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Fact-checking the Trump business conflicts saga

The trouble with pathologically dishonest behavior and actors is that they have a way of making rational people feel like the rational people are crazy or the problem. As a lawyer and analyst I have always found that a focus … Continue reading

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Cautionary tale in Venezuela’s demise: after the debt-fueled oil rush

Political and economic crisis have erupted in what was once Latin America’s richest country. Daily protests and an increasingly authoritarian leader threaten to transform Venezuela into a failed state. Here is a direct video link.

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The math of paying too much

This past spring Canadian realty prices leapt to a fevered peak that was far beyond historical norms of affordability or investment valuations in many areas.  Since then prices have weakened pretty much all over and many are in shock.  See:  … Continue reading

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