This compilation of financial-related insights includes videos from Kinesis Money, Gregory Mannarino, Tech Revolution, and WTFinance.
Rob Kientz joins Kinesis Money to discuss what’s coming is going to be worse than the great depression. Gregory Mannarino reports on leading economic indicators pointing to a meltdown of the economy and stock market. Tech Revolution brings shocking news from Africa about denouncing the West. Ted Oakley joins WTFinance to discuss how an inflation and recession squeeze will initiate market turmoil.
Aug 18, 2023
In this week’s episode of Live from the Vault, Andrew Maguire is joined by Rob Kientz of GoldSilverPros.com to evaluate the immediacy of another major US banking crisis and the ricochet effect this could have on people’s bank deposits.
The two precious metals experts examine whether spiralling debts – now in the trillions – are designed to break the system and usher in a ‘build back better’ financial period even darker than the great depression.
Aug 18, 2023
Alert! Leading Economic Indicators Point To A MELTDOWN OF THE ECONOMY AND STOCK MARKET. Mannarino
Aug 18, 2023
In a critical shift on the global stage, the geopolitical landscape is witnessing a seismic transformation as Africa takes a bold step in redefining its alliances. Amidst a growing narrative of exploitation and historical imbalances, Africa has resolutely denounced its traditional Western partnerships, suspending vital supplies and embracing an unexpected new ally, Russia.
In a region rich with history and complexities, the dynamics are rapidly evolving. In this video, we will delve into the recent developments that have sent shockwaves through diplomatic corridors and captivated international attention.
We’ll also explore the driving forces behind Africa’s decision to distance itself from the West while delving into the intricate web of geopolitical interests that have fueled the dialogue of exploitation across the continent.
So, the recent coup in Niger shook things up pretty nicely. It turns out, Niger had been the last country in the “coup belt” of Africa to lean towards the West.This military takeover has raised concerns about regional stability and the impact on ongoing counterterrorism efforts.
But what’s caught everyone’s eye is the sight of Nigeriens holding up signs supporting Putin and waving Russian flags. And that’s making leaders in the West a bit uneasy. Now, let’s talk about the bigger picture. Lately, there’s been this whole “new scramble for Africa” thing going on.
Significant players like Russia and China, along with rising regional powers like the United Arab Emirates, have been making big moves in terms of diplomacy and business deals on the continent.
The idea is that these new players are giving a bit of a push to traditional colonial powers like Britain and France. Speaking of which, back in the day, France was the big shot in nine out of 16 countries in West Africa.
But now, that number has dropped to just three, according to our trusty team’s Formal Bilateral Influence Capacity Index. While we’re chatting about Russia’s Africa adventure, let’s remember that this isn’t exactly a new gig for them.
Way back when, the Soviet Union, which is the ancestor of modern Russia, played a pretty strong role in Africa. Countries like Ghana, Guinea, and Mali still have memories of the Soviet Union being anti-colonial and fighting to free Africans from the grip of European and American powers.
The Soviets weren’t shy about giving a helping hand, they dished out economic aid and military support to governments and groups fighting for liberation. And guess what? Russia has been keeping up its diplomatic game in Africa for decades.
So, in the past few years, Russia has been sending support over to Africa. They’ve been responsible for about 40% of the arms that African countries have brought in since 2018. But here’s where it gets intriguing: there’s this Wagner mercenary group that’s all connected to the government, and they’ve been getting super involved in countries like the Central African Republic and Sudan.
They’re not just offering military training, but they’re also handling security for places like gold mines, and in return, they’re getting a cut of the profits. Now, even though Russia’s trade with Africa isn’t as big as China’s, it’s still got quite a bit of influence there.
And get this, it’s not just about weapons. Russia’s also got its eyes on the agricultural scene, which is a pretty big deal because a lot of countries in Africa depend on a ton of imported food.
Russia’s in this particular spot where it can fill a gap that other big players like China can’t easily step into. They’ve been spreading these anti-colonial ideas, and it’s translating into real action on the streets of places like Chad and Mali.
It’s like they’re using the information as a tool to make some moves. Oh, and let’s not forget the U.N. scene. Russia’s been making some strategic moves there too. In those significant votes at the U.N. General Assembly, where they discuss stuff like global issues.
Several African countries have either said “no” or just stayed quiet when it comes to criticizing Russia for what’s been happening in Ukraine. Russia in West out. Going back to West Africa.
So, after a coup in Burkina Faso, people were waving Russian flags in protest.
Aug 18, 2023
Interview recorded – 17th of August, 2023
On this episode of the WTFinance podcast I had the pleasure of welcoming back Ted Oakley – Managing Partner and Founder of @OxbowAdvisors.
During our conversation we spoke about what Ted is currently seeing, whether the market has peaked, how higher interest rates has struggled and what sectors Ted is looking to rotate into. I hope you enjoy!
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