Crashes, Crypto & Money Disasters

Full Disclosure: The Author [Richard Ronc] has no cryptocurrency holdings.

The last week in the markets have been … interesting to say the least. Volatility is not merely a word that should be used to tell people that something is going bad.  Volatility can also send things the other way … violently, with bone snapping force. We saw that on Thursday – finely enough the Core Price inflation report came in ‘better than expected’ along with unemployment claims showing a potential sign of economic slowdown and as a result … the markets took off.

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Markets, Inflation, Recession & What Comes Next

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Despite what some may believe, there are few things more divisive or as important as money. After all it is the very lifeblood of entire economies, businesses, livelihoods and for many their personal dreams, goals and ambitions.

Its pretty safe to say that when it comes to money, and the markets, things seem to be in a pretty big mess at the moment. Fear and greed are rife, Supply and demand are out of balance, policy makers are … at the core of every major market and economic move, and some of the decisions just simply don’t even seem to make the smallest bit of sense.

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Why is it so hard to start a business?

Time and time again, I see questions pop up, either in my mail box from various forums or other sources from the public asking things along the lines of, ‘I want to start a business, what should I do?’ or ‘I’m thinking of wanting to start a business, what is something good to start?’

At this point aside from being perfectly legitimate questions, in my opinion, there is simply no good, simple or clear answer to them.

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Quantitative Easing

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It’s pretty safe to say that most people could describe 2020 in a single word. In many ways 2021 might not be all that different. Uncertainty, global tensions between economic superpowers and the odd COVID-19 variant breakout here and there are keeping us well and truly on our toes … inflation is coming … the lunatics are running the asylums …

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Why Open Source [Crypto] is Going Nowhere … Yet

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Full Disclosure: The Author [Richard Ronc] has no cryptocurrency holdings.

With Bitcoin [BTC] recently surpassing the $1 Trillion dollar market cap, it’s pretty safe to say that Crypto is here to stay. I mean if cryptocurrencies were truly worth nothing then surely the whole idea of a decentralized currency, that no one owns, controls, or backs would have fizzled out by now … right?

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