This compilation of financial-related insights includes videos from Tech Revolution, The Market Sniper, Sean Foo, and Gregory Mannarino.
Tech Revolution shares news of Russia’s new secret trade routes that will disrupt global trade. Francis Hunt on The Market Sniper talks about today’s game changing inflection day. Sean Foo says China’s treasury dump is nothing compared to the America’s tsunami of debt. Gregory Mannarino says to expect an economic war between the US and BRICS.
Aug 31, 2023
In a world where geopolitical dynamics shape the flow of international trade, a new chapter is unfolding on the global stage. From the heart of Europe to the vast expanses of Central Asia, these routes are redefining the balance of power, all while evading the restrictions imposed by Western powers.
Join us as we unravel the hidden art of geopolitical strategy, economic innovation, and environmental change. This is a journey into the heart of Russia’s secret trade routes, where tradition meets transformation and new possibilities emerge against all odds.
So, President Vladimir Putin had some interesting things to say at a recent get-together with other important countries known as BRICS. These countries include Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa, and together, they make up more than 40% of the world’s population!
Now, Putin couldn’t be there in person because of some legal stuff. But, Putin was all about how BRICS work together.
He talked about playing fair, being friends, and respecting each other’s interests. He even mentioned that this way of doing things matches what a lot of people around the world want, the “global majority,” as he put it.
They’re also thinking about changing the way they do trade. Instead of always using the U.S. dollar, they want to use their own money. You know, like the Russian ruble, Indian rupee, and so on.
They’ve got this cool thing called the BRICS New Development Bank that’s going to help them with that. Putin mentioned that this change is slowly happening and getting more important.
So, even though Putin couldn’t be there in person, he still made sure to share his thoughts on how these countries are teaming up and shaking things up in the world of international relations and trade.
So, Putin spilled the beans on some exciting plans. They’re working on two major projects. First, a special sea route up north with new ports, fuel stations, and more icebreakers to navigate those chilly waters. Second, they’re cooking up a north-south corridor that links Russian ports with those in the Gulf and the Indian Ocean.
Oh, and get this, Russia is making a big promise to African countries. They’re all about supplying food reliably, and they’re even in talks to give free grain to some African nations. This comes after the conflict with Ukraine and grain exports. Long story short, Russia pulled out of an agreement and caused a bit of a ruckus.
Now, let’s talk geopolitics for a second. The whole situation with Ukraine has been shaking things up, making Russia feel a bit isolated from the West.
But guess what? Russia and China are becoming buddies, teaming up because of national security concerns. The U.S. and its pals are getting cautious about trade with China, making sure they keep a close eye on technology and important supplies.
And hold onto your hats, there’s something like a new “Cold War” vibe going on. The competition between Western democracies and the Russia-China combo is heating up. They’re all racing to control technology standards, economic rules, and political norms of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
And even the Arctic is getting in on the action. The melting ice is opening up new waters for ships to sail through, but it’s also causing some tensions in the region. Over the last 40 years, scientists from Finland and Norway discovered that the Arctic has been heating up way faster than the rest of the world. Like, four times faster.
Now, they’re saying that by around 2035, certain parts of the Arctic might not have ice during the summer months. That’s a big deal because it means ships could sail through there, making shipping between the U.S., Europe, and Asia way faster. Imagine cutting transit time by like 14 to 20 days.
But it’s not just about shipping. There are a lot more industries that can thrive in this part of the world. These new routes could also be a hit with cruise ships and adventure seekers. And here’s where things get even more interesting. The Arctic isn’t just a frozen wasteland, it’s got some serious goodies hidden away.
Think fossil fuels, super important minerals, and a whole bunch of marine life. If industries play their cards right, they could tap into untapped resources worth billions of dollars. But unlike Antarctica, which has some special treaties protecting it from too much development, the Arctic doesn’t have that kind of protection.
The Market Sniper
Streamed live Sep 1, 2023
Market Shakeup: Today’s Game-Changing Inflection Day
Sep 1, 2023
China’s treasury dump has hit a 14-year low with $11 billion more bonds sold, but this is nothing compared to the tsunami of debt coming from America itself. Yellen is going to flood the economy with nearly $2 trillion dollars worth of treasuries which is putting enormous pressure on bond yields. While this might push the economy towards a recession, the real risk is accelerating towards a fiscal cliff which is unthinkable!
Sep 1, 2023
(Alert!) EXPECT WAR BETWEEN THE U.S. AND THE BRICS MUCH SOONER THAN LATER… HERES WHY. Mannarino
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