Tag: Japan

Buy Bitcoin Instantly It’s Not In a Bubble

30/05/2017

My favorite way to buy bitcoin instantly is in OTCBB ticker GBTC and I hold it in my personal trading account. I’ve probably responded to at least a dozen questions recently on if I think bitcoin is in a bubble. My answer is no, bitcoin is not in a bubble. Just today we have more Read More »

How High Bitcoin Go 2017 Many Say $10,000

How High Bitcoin Go 2017, Many Say $10,000

28/05/2017

Everyone wants to know how high can bitcoin will go in 2017 after the internet bubble like appreciation over the last few months. The search phrase how high bitcoin go 2017 has exploded higher over the last week. So many people are still bashing bitcoin (BTC) today. I use to be a basher. I was Read More »

3D Printing Stocks For Playing Trump Trade War With China

27/11/2016

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Rising Wages and Rise of the Machines

9/10/2016

As wages rise, more and more business owners are turning to machines instead of human labor. President Obama and Democrats have spent the last 8 years replacing high-paying jobs in the manufacturing sector with low-paying jobs in the services and health care sectors. But in all fairness, both Republicans and Democrats are to blame for Read More »

That Is Not a Good Thing: US Unemployment Rate Falling

31/08/2016

The main rug on which perma-bulls stand is the falling unemployment rate in the U.S. A falling unemployment rate seems like a good thing for markets but is it? Japan Unemployment Rate We all know that Japan’s economy has been in trouble for decades as its central bank scrambles to prop up the economy. The Read More »

Countries Dump U.S. Debt At Record Pace

16/08/2016

In 2016, foreign countries have dumped a shocking $192 billion worth of U.S. Treasury bonds. This dumping of bonds is the biggest selloff of U.S. debt since 1978. China, Japan, France, Brazil and Colombia are the leading countries that are dumping U.S. debt. U.S. Treasury bonds are the safest investments in the world. Countries often Read More »