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Why Soros is Betting Against Trump’s Recovery Plan

The US economy is by no means facing a “doomsday,” so says Wall Street analyst Charles Ortel, commenting on the reports about the steadily increasing US national debt and trade deficit. According to the analyst, the system could be fixed and President Donald Trump knows how to do it. Continue reading Why Soros is Betting Against Trump’s Recovery Plan

Change for the Better is Coming, If You Fight for It

There is an ongoing transformational shift underway in the world, as the era of geopolitics, with its destruction of nations through financial manipulations and wars, is being challenged by the emergence of a new era of “win-win” policies of mutual benefit, spearheaded by China’s Belt and Road Initiative. Developments in Asia, with the Trump-Kim summit in Singapore and the Shanghai Cooperation Organization summit in Qingdao, China, provide examples which show that peaceful economic cooperation is not only possible, but is already underway. Continue reading Change for the Better is Coming, If You Fight for It