Today’s edition of Worth a Look covers Taxes in the United States, a Socialist Country in default, the United States Air Force seeking to weaponize space and gold.
GOP Tax Plan Increases the Most Insidious Tax – by Ron Paul
The Strange Behavior of Gold Investors from Monday to Thursday – by Dimitri Speck
Venezuela Officially Declared In Default – This is what happens to Socialist Countries – from ZeroHedge
‘Increasing lethality in all areas’: US Air Force declares space a new ‘warfighting domain’ – from RT
Because Theft Avoidance is a Bad Thing – from LewRockwell.com – by Karen De Coster
What Could Pop The Everything Bubble? – A crisis that can’t be solved by just printing more dollars – by Charles Hugh Smith
A World of Lies But Gold Will Reveal the Truth – by Egon von Greyerz
The Majesty of Calmness – by Brett & Kate McKay
Northern Italy votes for more autonomy – from the Economist
Disney’s Robin Hood: Early Tea Party Activist – by Gary North (video preview below!)
Had the first frost in my neck of the woods and it’s sweater weather. Here is the second edition of Worth a Look.
Puerto Rico could face 6 months without power
Russia stockpiles gold in continued push away from US dollar
Goldman Sachs considers trading bitcoin & other cryptocurrencies
The man who built his own toll road
Foreign Capital Investment: The Antidote to Global Inequality
It’s hard to believe that October is here again. October is the month where I finally begin to accept that summer is over and autumn has arrived (I’m in the northern hemisphere).
I’ve decided to do a semi-regular series of posts where I share some of the articles and videos outside of HowIGrowMyWealth.com that are worth a peruse. Here is the first edition of “Worth a Look”:
David Stockman: Trump tax reform overhaul is a pipe dream, stocks are heading for 40-70% plunge
Contrarian extraordinaire? Jim Rogers says there’s upside in this Indonesian coal miner
Pyongyang threatens ‘old psychopath’ Trump with turning ‘America into a sea of flames’
Hard Assets In an Age of Negative Interest Rates