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December 31, 2020 | The View from the Castle in the Clouds

Becoming a successful investor relies on more than just understanding the best strategies. It also requires knowledge … and wisdom. Today, I want to offer you a historic and interesting look at an important early businessman. It’s a good reminder that the idea of wealth and success often hinges on your “view.” And today, the […]

December 31, 2020 | Princely Finance and Taxation

One would have hoped that financial rip-offs committed by medieval princes would have been permanently shelved when liberal enlightenment ended the divine right of kings. Instead, some kind of divine right of bureaucrats has forced too much in-your-face and in-your-wallet government. Today’s version of greedy royalty. And the remedy lies in popular uprisings against bullying […]

December 31, 2020 | Yes, We Do Need Those Pipelines

Canada Energy Regulator: The TMX pipeline will help Canada meet global demand for crude oil, despite misinformation campaign.   With 2021 just around the corner, Resource works looks back on a tumultuous year for Canadian energy. As November came to a close, Canada’s Energy Regulator (CER) presented a theoretical future scenario on energy use, while […]

December 31, 2020 | HNY

In twenty-twenty this pathetic blog posted 364 columns (missed one last week – suck it up) containing about over 290,000 words, of which far too many were ‘Covid’, ‘virus’, ‘pathogen’, or ‘pandemic’. There are now 703,200 comments published here. Four irritating posters were banned, one was suspended pending a note from his mom while anti-maskers […]

December 31, 2020 | Give Me Liberty or Give Me a Face Diaper

One month ago I wrote an article – Silent Obedient Consent – about our day in Cape May Lighthouse State Park and my disappointment in seeing so many perfectly healthy young people obediently wearing their face muzzles, as dictated by government bureaucrats,  on a bright crisp autumn day in a 244 acre state wild preserve. […]

December 30, 2020 | Price Amplitude Arcs/Gann Suggest A Major Peak in Early April 2021 – Part II

In the first part of this research article, we highlighted some of W.D. Gann’s research, particularly the theory of price vibrations, angles, slopes, and how they relate to future price projections/targets.  We also showed how important it was to understand what price does when it reaches these critical inflection points.  In this second part of […]

December 30, 2020 | Of Lust and Virus

Call him Jake. Seems he lives in BC. On the island, maybe. Perhaps you noticed the comment that he left here yesterday: Just wanted to say I collected CERB. I’m not proud of it but it was necessary. I also deferred my mortgage for 6 months back in April. I renewed my mortgage 2 weeks […]

December 30, 2020 | Island Communities Left Behind as 19 Fish-Farms Shut Down

“Scientists have spoken but the government prefers to listen to activists and not to the people who live and work here,” says Port Hardy Mayor Dennis Dugas. Phasing out open-net salmon farming would mean more costs on industry, less benefit to communities.   The headline on the federal news release says it all: “Government of Canada moves […]

December 30, 2020 | Who is Behind it Central Bankers & Can the Dollar Survive?

QUESTION: Are the central bankers really behind this digital currency? Will that end the dollar as the reserve currency? Thank you for sharing your experience. HV ANSWER: No the central bankers are NOT the instigators. It was Christine Lagarde who when at the IMF was threatening counties they would be blocked from Swift if they did not […]

December 30, 2020 | Fear of Global Cooling and Falling Iguanas

A tweet from the National Weather Service in Miami: “Brrr! Much colder temps expected for Christmas. Falling iguanas are possible”. On Christmas Day, the Associated Press reported: “With unexpectedly cold weather in the forecast and pandemic-related curfews. Florida is about to have a Christmas unlike any other in recent memory, and it may involve falling […]

December 30, 2020 | Gold, Silver, US Dollar, S&P 500, VIX

Record Margin Lending, 2000 Dot Com Bubble

December 30, 2020 | US Recovery Worst Since Stats Were Kept

What is the outlook for Gold in 2021?

December 29, 2020 | Politicians Besieged at Gun Point over Corrupt Elections in 1946

  One reader pointed out that this would not be the first election that led to violence because of corrupt politicians counting votes in their favor. The corruption in politics was just in your face. In Athens, Tennessee, the Cantrell-Mansfield government was not only rigging their election to stay in power, but they were also […]

December 29, 2020 | Twenty-One Years Later: Starting 2021 with 2000 Style Return Prospects

“After ’99, many tech and growth companies lost 50% to 100%. We’re thinking in 2020, everything happens much faster. So, if it took 12 months for the end to begin, now it’s going to take six months.”  Here is a direct video link. Another familiar accelerant of price correction cycles: margin debt has exploded again. Further […]

December 29, 2020 | Seasonal Rally Nipping at Bears’ Heels

The broad averages have been lapping at some long-term rally targets this week, although not so voraciously that bears should dive for cover quite yet. A 304.07 target for DIA has been exceeded so far by 1.63 points; a 312.29 target in QQQ by 2.35 points; and 12,829 target in the E-Mini Nasdaq by 89 […]

December 29, 2020 | Are We Really Going to Build Back Better After a Dark Winter? (PART THREE)

In Part 1 of this article I laid out the case the “dark winter” narrative and how an experimental vaccine marketed like a tech product by Big Pharma and their cronies are part of a globalist scheme to reset the world and force us into subservience. In Part 2 of the article I revealed how […]

December 29, 2020 | Canadian Housing’s Year End Round Up

Great Opportunity in the Future Real Estate Market

December 29, 2020 | Gold, Silver, Bitcoin, Oil and Gas

Robinhooders, no commission trades costly

December 28, 2020 | Is there Hope?

QUESTION: Hey Martin – I love the insights you have and Socrates seems to be spot on about most things. It’s just hard to read your blog posts. It seems like we all will have no choice but to submit to Communism 3.0. How do we fight this? You say they will lose in the […]

December 28, 2020 | When It Comes To The New Carbon Tax, Sustainability is a Double Edged Sword

As the federal government drives towards its Paris Agreement goals, concerns abound regarding economic sustainability. On the fifth anniversary of the Paris Agreement on climate change this December, forty-five nations announced their latest climate plans, aiming to further cut their greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. Forty-five world leaders announced new 2030 climate plans during the […]

December 28, 2020 | Bitcoin Rampage 2.0 Has Eclipsed the Earlier Mania

  With the post-Christmas resumption of trading Sunday morning, bitcoin tacked on an insane $3,000 in the blink of an eye. Even more preposterous is that a correction one might have expected to last for at least three to five days appears to have run its course in mere hours. This has raised the prospect […]

December 28, 2020 | Fighting Illness With a Healthy Gut

The connection between what we eat and our physical and mental health has never been more evident, and yet, most people, including doctors, do not focus on this fundamental connection.  Dr. Will Bulsiewicz’s new book Fiber Fueled, written before the pandemic and released in May, is perfectly timed.  It’s also incredibly accessible and easy to read.  […]

December 28, 2020 | Are We Really Going To Build Back Better After A Dark Winter? (PART TWO)

In Part One of this article I laid out the case the “dark winter”  narrative and how an experimental vaccine marketed like a tech product by Big Pharma and their cronies are part of a globalist scheme to reset the world and force us into subservience. Now we get to Biden’s campaign slogan, which began […]

December 28, 2020 | The Most Splendid Housing Bubbles in America: December Update on House Price Inflation Gone Wild

Prices of single-family houses jumped 8.4% in the US, the biggest year-over-year jump since March 2014, according to the Case-Shiller Home Price Index for October, released today. The index is based on the “sales pairs” method, comparing the price of a house that sold in the current month to the price of the same house […]

December 27, 2020 | Are We Really Going to Build Back Better Arter a Dark Winter?

“It’s like in the great stories, Mr. Frodo. The ones that really mattered. Full of darkness and danger they were. And sometimes you didn’t want to know the end. Because how could the end be happy? How could the world go back to the way it was when so much bad had happened? But in […]

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